So you’re keeping the Easter egg hunt uber-local (ahem, in your house or backyard) this year, which means you’re probably looking for recipes and ideas for an Easter breakfast or bunch, too. Lucky for you, we love easy recipes for great food, so we went ahead and rounded up a few awesome ideas that are easy to whip up at home. From french toast and pancake recipes to how to make a perfect omelet and even a casserole that you can make in the Crock Pot, here are our favorite Easter breakfast and brunch recipes.
Strawberry Stuffed French Toast
For Easter Sunday, it's never a bad idea to up the ante on a breakfast and brunch classic. Think French toast sandwiches filled with a cream cheese-strawberry jam mix, topped with fresh strawberries and syrup. Get the recipe from Boulder Locavore.
The Perfect Omelet
Making the perfect omelet is no easy feat, but when you consider how easy it is to make one exactly how everyone at home like it made, it's worth the effort. Luckily, popular food blog Weelicious has an easy tutorial video to help you make it happen. See it here.
Who doesn't love pancakes? Lucky for you, we've got a great selection of pancake recipes, so you can choose the one that your family will love best. See them here.
Bacon Puff Pinwheels
Cheese, pastry dough, bacon? What else is there in life? These bacon pinwheel apps are the perfect addition to your main sweet breakfast recipe. Get the recipe from Eat Well 101.
Ham and Leek Quiche
A quiche sounds fancy, but it's one of the easiest brunch recipes around. We especially love this ham and leek version that even picky eaters will enjoy. Check out this kid-friendly recipe from chef Jacques Pépin, and be prepared to add it to your regular brunch recipe rotation.
Waffle Breakfast Board
How gorgeous is this waffle board? From the berries to the yogurt and homemade granola, our mouths are watering now! Find out what you need to know to pull this off over at Sandra's Easy Cooking.
Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole
Even those of you who claim to avoid the kitchen at all costs can pull off this Crock Pot Breakfast Casserole. Filled with kid-friendly ingredients like tater tots, sausage and eggs, the hardest part will be to remember to get this ready to go and turned on the night before, as it takes up to 10 hours to cook. Get the recipe here.
Easy Banana Bread
This tried and true recipe for banana bread is a favorite with our entire team. Pair it with bacon, eggs, a casserole or pretty much whatever your family likes for brunch and call it a day. Grab the recipe here.
Make-Ahead Croissant Breakfast Sandwiches
If the thought of whipping up a full breakfast or brunch for the family sounds exhausting, how about an easy make-ahead recipe for croissant breakfast sandwiches? From Damn Delicious, these yummy concoctions can be popped into the freezer and pulled out why the kids are on the hunt. Get the recipe here.
Simple Deviled Eggs
If you've decided to go more lunch instead of breakfast for Easter Sunday, then your meal won't be complete without a dish of the ever-iconic deviled eggs. We've got the perfect recipe for you, click here to see what you'll need.
Spring Salmon Salad Platter
This salmon salad platter from The View from Great Island almost looks too good to eat! What we really love though, is that the options for what you add to your salad platter is endless. Use what veggies you have on hand, what you've gotten from your produce box, or what the Farmer's Market has on special. See how it's done over at The View from Great Island.
Strawberry Apple Crisp
A warm crisp right out of the oven is the perfect complement for a savory brunch menu. We love this strawberry-apple version. Get the recipe here.
Chiles Rellenos Strata
Fancy up your go-to strata by whipping up this Chiles Rellenos version from Kitchen Treaty. Filled with yummy ingredients like eggs, jack and cheddar cheese, and of course, green chiles, if you've got picky eaters at home, be sure to check out the option without spicy chorizo. Get the recipe here.
Scrambled Egg Brunch Bread
We just can imagine our kids tearing into this yummy egg bread! From start to finish, it'll be done in under an hour, and there's an option to swap the ham for bacon. Here's a meal-prep tip: Assemble your bread the night before, so it's ready to pop in the oven on Easter morning. Get the recipe from It's a Keeper.
Challah French Toast with Berries
We are drooling over this Challah French Toast with berries from Boulder Locavore. The Challah bread makes this dish light and airy, and, since Passover occurs nearly at the same time as Easter, it's easier to find this bread. Don't want to bother hunting it down? Try the overnight french toast casserole instead.