30+ Easy and Delicious Easter Brunch Ideas

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These Easter Brunch Ideas are perfect for Easter Sunday Brunch! From breakfast classics, to simple breads, or even easy recipes for a crowd, this guide is filled with the best Easter Brunch recipes to try out this holiday.

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Easter Brunch Ideas

If you’re serving breakfast or brunch this Easter Sunday, these easy recipes need to be on your menu!

Easter Brunch is a DELICIOUS way to celebrate the holiday. It’s pretty common to gather family for Easter Sunday in the late mornings or early afternoon. So instead of making a traditional Easter Dinner, try serving everyone’s favorite brunch and breakfast foods instead!

These fun and easy Easter Brunch Ideas include all of the usual breakfast favorites (eggs, pancakes, bacon), breads and pastries, and some simple recipes for a crowd (think casseroles and sheet pan meals). Whether you prefer a sweet or savory breakfast, there’s something for you right here.

So gather up these tasty recipes and get ready to prepare the best Sunday Brunch ever!

Have an awesome Easter Breakfast or Brunch this year with these easy recipes!

eggs benedict casserole topped with hollandaise sauce
Eggs Benedict Casserole with Hollandaise Sauce
a stack of blueberry pancakes
Blueberry Pancakes with Lemon Sauce

What do you serve for Easter brunch?

If you’re hosting brunch on Easter Sunday and you’re not sure what to make…well, you’re in the right place because that’s exactly what this guide is all about!

You can serve traditional breakfast foods, like pancakes, toast, eggs, fruit, yogurt, etc. Or you can make one of the amazing Easter Brunch ideas I’ve shared below. Keep it simple or make something special, it’s up to you!

Instead of just serving breakfast foods, you could also do a mix and have nice savory lunch options. Try serving salads, breads, soup, even a ham with options to create sandwiches or plates with a few side dishes.

There’s no right or wrong way to do this. As long as you’ve got good food, everyone will be happy!

a plate of chocolate croissants
Sheet Pan Chocolate Croissants

What can I make for brunch for a lot of people?

Getting a big family together on the holidays is great, but it does require more food! If you’ve got a crowd of people to feed for Easter Sunday brunch, there are plenty of recipes that will make a lot of food without a lot of hassle.

I have a few breakfast recipes that are perfect for these occasions. Try my Sheet Pan Chocolate Croissants, Sheet Pan Breakfast Pizza, Eggs Benedict Casserole, or French Toast Casserole. They’re easy to make and so delicious. Keep reading for more brunch ideas and recipes for a crowd!

croissant casserole with berries
Croissant French Toast Casserole with Berries

30+ Easy Easter Brunch Ideas

Easter Brunch Favorites

Breakfast is always a good idea! These breakfast classics (pancakes, eggs, bacon, etc.) are perfect for a fun Easter Brunch.

Easter Breads and Pastries

Brunch isn’t complete without some delectable pastries and breads to fill out the table. Croissants, biscuits, and fresh breads are all welcome!

Easter Brunch Recipes for a Crowd

Holidays always draw a crowd, so make sure you have enough food for the whole family! These recipes are perfect for feeding a lot of people, without a lot of hassle.

a plate with a slice of quiche and grapes

Easter Brunch Drinks

Don’t forget a few beverages for your Easter Sunday brunch! It always makes sense to serve juice, coffee, and tea, but you can add some fun drink recipes into the mix too.

a plate of biscuits and gravy

Enjoy these amazing Easter Brunch ideas and recipes this holiday! And don’t forget to check out our ideas for Easter Dinner and Easter Desserts too. There are so many great recipes to share this holiday!

25 Easter Sunday Brunch Recipes to please the entire family! So many great and comforting Easter recipes from sweet to savory and everything in between!
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