These Easter brunch recipes, with everything from egg casseroles and frittatas to baked goods and savory sides, will have your holiday off to a delicious start!
My family didn’t have a strong Easter meal tradition growing up. Not like around Thanksgiving or Christmas.
At least, not one that I remember very clearly. (I’m notorious in my family for my seriously horrible memory. 😬)
And in adulthood, until this year, we’ve been traveling around Easter for the kids’ spring break, so we didn’t do much.
Their break is earlier now so we had planned to spend Easter with my parents at the beach this year, but of course we're all home-bound right now.
I'm really hopeful we can get ahold of some honey baked ham (though I kinda want to try a homemade version with this brown sugar glazed ham) and I'll definitely make deviled eggs. Other than that, honestly, I don’t really care.
So instead, I’m focusing on Easter morning, which I can definitely get excited about.
I am a breakfast and brunch recipes girl through and through.
And today, I thought I’d share some of our family favorite that are perfect for Easter morning!
These Easter brunch recipes are perfect for sharing with family around the table after all the Easter basket goodies are opened and there’s fake grass everywhere.
We’ve got some main dish egg recipes (frittatas, casseroles, etc.), some baked goods (such as muffins and baked oatmeal), some savory options (brunch salads and pasta mixes), as well as some fun additions straight from my family recipe vault. Namely the overnight grits casserole and overnight French toast casserole.
And any brunch or breakfast is made more special with homemade biscuits. They are super easy to make and also great with leftover ham later in the week.
And of course, our family’s classic Southern deviled eggs. A must at Easter, whatever time of day you want to serve them.
Pick a few items from the below list and you are guaranteed a delicious start to Easter Sunday.
Don’t forget the treats on Easter either!
I didn’t include these below since the focus is on Easter brunch, but they should definitely be part of your holiday.
Happy browsing below. I hope you find some new favorites to add to your Easter morning!