When it come to Easter, I’m always looking for easy recipes that are kid friendly too. With so much excitement (and candy) surrounding this special day, its important to make sure your brunch has something for everyone to enjoy. In our house, cooking this special holiday meal with my children is as much about sharing memories and traditions as it is enjoying the delicious outcome of our hard work.The Easter holiday is almost here and if its Easter recipes you are looking for, thanks to the wonderful folks at Disney’s Spoonful.com we’ve got some great ideas to share! Check out our selection to get you through this very special day.
Pictured above these Scrambled Egg Nests just beg to be enjoyed at breakfast or brunch. Shredded potatoes make the perfect nest to fill with scrambled eggs and any additional ingredients your family will love.
Because every good brunch includes offee and baked goods, I couldn’t resist including these delicious Glazed Lemon Scones. I’m a huge fan all year long and for those who prefer a baked good and fruit, this is a perfect offering to please your guests.
When it comes to brunch, fruit is a must have and this gorgeous yet simple Citrus Salad is sure to hit the spot. Fresh grapefuit with ripe oranges are a perfect addition to your plate and its a breeze to prepare the night before.
These are simply too clever not to make! We love asparagus all year long and find it most affordable in the spring. Asparagus blankets that are made with bread and cheese will be a home run even for your most picky vegetable eaters if for no other reason than their undeniable cuteness.
A fresh twist on what to do with all those Easter eggs, these Bacon and Egg Stuffed Tomatoes take the traditional egg salad to an entirely new level. I love the presentation, filing a ripe and bright tomato full of fresh egg salad, and it gives your guests a wonderful option for a different main dish.
Give your guests options by offering this simple Easter Spinach and Ham Quiche as an additional protein based dish. A classic Easter brunch offering, this recipe has your hostess back by being crust free as well as perfect for assembling the night before and simply popping in the oven the morning before your guests arrive.
Every great party deserves a signature drink and this smoothie recipe could not be more fitting for an easy Easter brunch. Made it with raspberries and a secret splash of ginger ale, this Berry Dairy Dream smoothie makes your brunch both surprising and delightful all in one gulp.
It wouldn’t be Easter without a signature Carrot Cake recipe to wind down your meal. Easily made into cupcakes too, the delicate mix of carrots, pineapple, and a cream cheese frosting is full of tradition your family will adore for years to come.
Finding Easter recipes that fit your taste while offering your guests a beautiful and delicious dinner can be a real challenge. I love these recipes for their casual flair, making it easy for family and friends of all ages to enjoy a fresh, fun Easter Sunday. Tell me…
What are your favorite Easter Brunch recipes ?
We’ve got a great Easter Pinterest Board full of fun ideas from around the web so stop by and take a peek. Thanks so much for stopping by ~ we’ll see you next time!
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post. Spoonful.com does a great job providing creative crafts and delicious recipes and thanks to their very wonderful outreach team, granted me permission to share them with you here.