Easter Brunch Ideas
Easter Brunch is a wonderful way to celebrate the holiday with loved ones while enjoying delicious food combining both breakfast and lunch. Light and bright is the theme of our Easter Brunch ideas to get us excited for Spring!
For kids, Easter is associated with little plastic eggs filled with all sorts of sugary delights. For adults, Easter usually is a time of reflection and family. We always get together and have a meal with family – either dinner or brunch. We have found that if we fill your kids with delicious and healthy food earlier in the day, then they are less likely to stuff themselves with candy later. These Easter Brunch ideas are delicious, healthy and filling.
Sweet Easter Brunch Foods
Blueberry French Toast Casserole
This Blueberry French Toast Casserole has the perfect mix of sweet cinnamon and juicy blueberry all wrapped in a creamy custard that is amazingly delicious with every bite.
Mini Cinnamon Rolls: Step By Step Instructions
These Mini Cinnamon Rolls are a bite-sized version of a classic cinnamon roll with a soft, pillowy interior and a golden brown exterior that's slightly crispy drizzled with a sweet glaze. These bites are made with half the sugar of other cinnamon roll recipes and are just as delicious!
Parfait might sound like a decadent dessert, but with a few small tweaks you can serve this treat for a nutritious breakfast or an after-school snack. Scroll to learn all the tips and tricks, plus the best ingredients for the most delectable yogurt parfait.
These strawberry crepes are thin and delicate, with a slightly crispy exterior and a soft, slightly chewy interior. Filled with a delicious creamy filling and fresh strawberries, the flavors will melt in your mouth!
Raspberry Whole Wheat Sweet Rolls
These Raspberry Whole Wheat Sweet Rolls are ooey gooey perfection and honestly taste just as good or better than sweet rolls made with only white flour!
Carrot Cake Muffins
These carrot cake muffins have the amazing flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger like traditional carrot cake with the addition of healthy ingredients and much less sugar!
Savory Easter Brunch Ideas
This savory Spinach Quiche is a delicious recipe that is not only impressive, but easy to make too! It's a versatile dish that is perfect for brunch, holiday breakfasts, or weeknight dinners.
The BEST Healthier Hashbrown Breakfast Casserole
Meet our new favorite breakfast casserole. This healthier hashbrown breakfast casserole has it all: it’s easy to make, absolutely delicious, AND it contains veggies! A great breakfast for a crowd or a family brunch.
Skillet Potatoes with Sweet Peppers
Learn how to make Skillet Potatoes that are crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside with sweet peppers and onions for a delicious and healthy breakfast or side dish.
Breakfast Frittata with Asparagus Recipe
This fluffy and savory frittata has tender and flavorful asparagus that adds a touch of freshness to the dish.
Veggie Deviled Eggs
Try this healthy twist on classic Deviled Eggs with colorful vegetable purees in the mix Veggie Deviled Eggs boost flavor, nutrition and color!
Zucchini Mushroom Frittata
This delicious high protein Zucchini Mushroom Frittata breakfast is a great way to use up your summer veggies with a super satisfying meal.
Easter Brunch Drink Ideas
Orange Julius Recipe
Serve up a fresh glass of vitamin C, protein, and real fruit with this healthy Orange Julius recipe made from simple whole food ingredients.
3-Ingredient Frozen Raspberry Lemonade
Ring in summer with a healthy frozen raspberry lemonade, made with whole fruits and fruit juice instead of sugar.
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Yummy brunch! What kind of pan is that?
Joyce – It is just a Calphalon standard saute pan.
Thank you for this! My in-laws are coming over for Easter brunch and I’m trying to convert them to healthy eaters so that my daughter will have all positive food role models in her life but they are a hard sell, hope this helps! Now if I can just catch their basket at the door to dispose of all the candy that my daughter “needs and I’m depriving her of”! Yes these are my in-laws, YAY 🙁
I’m loving both of these breakfasts! They look absolutely delicious!
Kendra – good luck – and way to be a healthy influence!
Do you have a suggestion for a replacement for the almond butter? We have a nut allergy in our family…
You can probably just leave the almond butter out and add in a little extra butter.
You can use soy butter (Like WOW Butter) or sunflower seed butter
I love the Raspberry Tart. I did cheat and didn’t make the crust, I used store bought graham crust which worked perfectly with the filling. A definite crowd pleaser!