8 Easy Recipes for Easter Brunch

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Just as we recover from one holiday, the next one is right around the corner waiting to be celebrated. That’s right—Easter is days away and we’ve got just the recipes to help you hop into planning mode. Whether you’re in charge of the main course or bringing a side dish to share, we gathered eight must-try recipes to create a mix-and-match menu for Easter morning. And true to form, several of these dishes can be prepared ahead of time or require minimal effort, leaving your more time to enjoy the day and less time scrambling (unless it’s eggs, of course).

 

Brunch Bruschetta

Brunch Bruschetta

With only three ingredients required, it’s the perfect appetizer to fend off hungry appetites, while you wait for the main dishes to finish cooking.

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French Toast Casserole

French Toast Casserole

Enjoy the same taste of French toast without all the prep work and cleanup. Make it the night before, refrigerate and cook the next morning. This has quickly become one of our go-to recipes for hosting.

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Asparagus with Egg Garnish

Asparagus with Egg Garnish

Add a little springtime flair to your asparagus with a crowd-pleasing egg garnish.

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Holiday Ham

Holiday Ham

Ham is the ultimate holiday entrée in our book. It can serve a large crowd, can be served at various temperatures and it makes for great leftovers. And since it usually comes fully cooked, all you have to worry about is the glaze. Not bad, right?

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Arugula Salad

Arugula Salad

Impress your guests by upgrading your basic arugula salad with sweet and spicy pralines and sprinkling of aged Gouda. Offer separate plates for sides and salads, like Chinet® Cut Crystal® 7’’ dessert plates, so guests are able to try a little of everything in case they run out of room on their dinner plates.

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Spicy Deviled Eggs

Spicy Deviled Eggs

So spicy, so good. If your guests enjoy a little heat in their favorite hard-boiled snack we highly recommend you try our delicious filling.

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Butter Tarts

Butter Tarts

End Easter brunch with a flaky, buttery pastry your gusts will be sure to love. And we’ll let you in on a little secret—most grocers carry pre-made frozen shells, which will make this recipe even easier.

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Pomegranate Lemonade

Pomegranate Lemonade

Pair two fresh flavors for a sweet beverage you can make in a snap and serve in a 9 oz. Cut Crystal cup. If you’re looking for something a little bit stronger, our pomegranate champagne cocktail is sure to fit the bill.

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