Easter Brunch Recipe Round Up

snickerdoodle scones

If your family is anything like mine, we like to gather for a super-sized brunch of delicious and indulgent breakfast foods. While the star of our brunch- an Italian sausage (one spicy, one sweet) omelet is a family secret recipe (I don’t even know it!) I wanted to share several recipes that I love or think look fantastic. Here’s a round up of eight great brunch options to serve on Easter morning (or any morning, let’s be honest)!


overnight french toast

Damn Delicious brings this incredibly easy and tasty french toast casserole. Anything classified as ‘make ahead’ is a winner in my book.


chocolate croissants

Sally’s Baking Addiction shares this recipe for a 20 minute chocolate croissant that is decadent and indulgent. Great for a crowd!


hash brown cups

Play. Party. Pin. has a fantastic recipe for individual sized hash brown cups. A great make ahead side!


biscuits and gravy casseroles

A great play on the traditional biscuit and gravy side dish, Lemon Sugar shares this creative casserole to add some southern charm to a traditional brunch.


yogurt parfait

In true fashion, Martha Stewart shares a beautifully elegant yet simple to create yogurt parfait. Very impressive for your guests!


baked oatmeal casserole

You’ve possibly seen this one around before- I know I have! All in Good Taste created this easy brunch option that’s very easy to customize to your personal tastes. A great gluten-free option, and an easy way to feed a large group!


snickerdoodle scones

You have to have something sweet to serve at a brunch, right? Here’s an impressive snickerdoodle scone option from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen for your guests!


bloody mary

What’s a brunch without the most perfect morning cocktail? I love a good bloody mary- and this recipe from Garnish with Lemon is one of the best I’ve had at home.

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Tom and Lauren Tate met each other in college and fell in love (there may or may not have been alcohol involved). Years later, they got married, had a baby and now live happily in Southeastern PA with their little boy. Lauren manages the home, while Tom manages projects at a software company. While their interests range from cooking and working out (her) and playing guitar and video games (him), together they manage to maintain a blog, Little Old Home (www.littleoldhome.com).


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