10 Inspiringly Quick and Easy Easter Brunch Ideas

Jill Holtz

February 26, 2021

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If you’re planning on a special treat for Easter, then check out these 10 inspiringly quick and easy Easter brunch ideas – they are guaranteed to make everyone’s tummies rumble and have them scrambling to get their seat at the table!

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Before the egg hunt begins and all the chocolate is scoffed, start your day with a hearty, healthy choice. These Easter brunch ideas are perfect for kids and adults, making it a fun breakfast to have together.

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Delicious Easter Brunch Ideas

#1. Make Ahead Brunch Cups

easter brunch ideasSometimes the simplest ideas are the best. Betty Crocker suggests mixing up hash browns, eggs, cheddar cheese and bacon the night before for tasty brunch bites ready to bake next morning.

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#2. Bunny Head Fresh Fruit Platter

hacks for easterWe love this idea for a healthy brunch fruit platter. Follow Worth Pinning’s idea and create a bunny head with chopped fruit, or perhaps choose your own Easter-themed idea?

#3. Bacon and Egg Cheese Wreath

easter brunch ideasUsing croissant dough, bacon, egg and grated cheese, this cool recipe from Cakes Cottage is easy to make and a real statement piece for Easter brunch.

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#4. Scrambled Egg Easter Bunnies

easter brunch ideasIsn’t this scrambled egg Easter Bunny from Worth Pinning just the cutest? With bacon strip ears, string cheese whiskers, blueberry eyes and a raspberry nose – everyone will gobble it up!

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#5. Easter Bunny Pancakes

easter brunch recipesLook at the fluffy little tail! For these Easter bunny pancakes, make pancakes of different sized circles and two ear shapes, then all you need is some whipped cream, banana slices, some chocolate drops and some strawberries for decoration.

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#6. Mini Frittatas

Mini frittatas for Easter brunch ideas - MykidstimeThese mini frittatas in a jar from Homecooking Memories were made with asparagus and pancetta, but you could add any flavours you like. Wouldn’t they look delicious on your Easter table?

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#7. Spinach and Herb Torta

easter brunch recipesThis spinach and herb torta from Grown to Cook is a bit different because it uses potato slices for its crust instead of pastry.

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#8. Egg Tarts

easter brunch ideasThese egg tarts from Wholesome Ireland can be made ahead and reheated gently in the oven (they are also perfect for lunchboxes!). Serve with a fresh green salad and more sweet tomatoes.

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#9. Overnight French Toast

Overnight French toast for Easter brunch ideas - MykidstimeThis French toast recipe from The Girl Who Ate Everything is simple and elegant. The best part is that it can be prepared the night before and then just popped in the oven in the morning.

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#10. Peach and Blueberry Smoothies

blueberry smoothieWhizz up these peach and blueberry smoothies in no time for a delicious drink to accompany your Easter brunch food.

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Do you have any inspiring and easy Easter brunch ideas? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!

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