Let's make planning easy this year with this collection of Easter Breakfast Ideas. Included are fancy recipes, overnight recipes and even a few beverages to serve for your family and friends. You'll find something for everyone with these delicious Easter Brunch Ideas.
Make sure you grab the free printable Easter Menu and Checklist below to help you with all the preparation.
They are so many ways you can decorate cupcakes. There are fun pre-cut toppers you can add to a plain frosted cupcake or you can go all out and use frosting, sprinkles and candy to make the cupcakes cute.
Make sure you check out these other Breakfast Ideas to help you plan the perfect brunch:
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What do you serve for Easter Breakfast?
Easter breakfast should be special. Afterall, it is a holiday and all holidays should be celebrated. Offer a variety of foods and give your guests and family a few different choices.
Breakfast casseroles are always a great choice. Here are a few on the blog you might enjoy:
- Overnight French Toast Casserole
- Breakfast Casserole with Hashbrowns
- Cinnamon Casserole with No Eggs - for guests who can't have eggs.
A fun idea for Easter breakfast ideas would be to set up a waffle or pancake bar with homemade fluffy waffles, fruit, whipped cream, chocolate chips are just a few fun toppings.
Although I love scrambled eggs, if you're hosting a crowd, you'll want to serve egg dishes that don't require you to be standing over a stove while company is arriving. Try making mini quiche or even my Spinach Bacon Frittata would be great.
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Tips for Setting up a Breakfast Buffet
When serving brunch to a group of people, you should definitely consider serving the food buffet style. This will help you not have to be constantly waiting on people and allowing you to enjoy the festivities.
When serving buffet style meals, I like to set the food up in my kitchen. Line up the food on the table and have the plates, utensils and napkins on one end so people can easily help and serve themselves.
Hot and Cold Easter Drinks
Plan to have coffee and beverages set up in a different area away from the hot food. That way you don't have people juggling plates and drinks at the same time. They can help themselves to the food and then stop over at the beverage station and get something hot or cold to drink.
Here are a few cold beverages to serve along with hot coffee and tea:
Serving Tip: Try freezing grapes the night before to use as ice for the cold beverages. You can also freeze lemon and lime slices in ice cube trays filled with pineapple juice, orange juice or plain water.
Remember the reason your family and friends are coming over...to spend time with you! Yes, you want to serve delicious food and have a beautiful table setting, but remember to relax and enjoy your guests.
Try not to get so caught up in making everything perfect that you forget to have fun!
You should have at least one egg dish, a breakfast casserole or sweet breakfast casserole. Cooked bacon or sliced ham would also be nice. Try to serve something sweet like fresh fruit or pastries.
Tried any of my recipes? Let me know in the comments!