Looking for something to make or bring for Easter brunch? Wait until you see these SUPER easy and delicious brunch menu ideas for Easter!
I love a good brunch menu, don’t you?
Brunches are much easier to cook for (and host) when celebrating Easter Sunday.
Now maybe that’s just me because I love brunch, but it’s fun to enjoy the food you can pick at while catching up with family and friends.
Brunches tend to be a little less formal than a holiday sit-down meal too.
But I digress.
Anyway, for this month’s supper club, the group and I are sharing an Easter brunch menu, table decor, entertaining ideas.
So far the table decor and entertaining were amazing!
Did you see them? If not you can catch up HERE.
Wait until you see what we’re making for Easter Brunch!
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The Best Brunch Menu Ideas for Easter
When hosting Easter brunch, there has to be an amazing menu with lots of great beverages, appetizers, sides, main dishes, and desserts.
So today, I’m sharing lots of yummy ideas for the big day with my supper club group.
And have we prepared a menu for this one!
Easter Brunch Menu Cocktails
When you think of Easter brunch, what types of cocktails do you think of?
Mimosas tend to come to mind.
My good friend Rachel from the Ponds Farmhouse shared an AMAZING recipe for grapefruit mimosas.
And while mimosas are a quick and easy go-to brunch beverage, there are lots of other tasty options to choose from as well.
Like THIS delicious strawberry lemonade.
It’s light, fruity, and so refreshing.
You can serve it with or without alcohol, so it’s perfect for kids and adults alike.
But if you are looking for a great alternative to a mimosa, you’ve got to try this bellini recipe.
Have you ever tried a bellini before?
It’s light, refreshing peachy goodness.
HERE is my favorite recipe.
Oh and if you want something like a sangria?
You’ve got to try THIS peach version.
Wait Until You See These Appetizers for Easter Brunch Menu Ideas
Although there is typical fare for Easter, I love serving or bringing some yummy finger food appetizers.
Wait until you try some of these favorites!
Lately, I’ve been into making this caramelized pear flatbread recipe for meals but I’ve decided to make it as an appetizer for Easter brunch this year.
It’s so fresh, easy to make, and OH SO GOOD!
CLICK HERE to get the recipe.
Both pair really well with Easter brunch dishes and are super simple to make.
The bruschetta dish is straight from my grandmother’s vault of Italian recipes.
Either could be a meal idea too.
Side Dish Ideas for Easter Brunch
When you host or attend Easter, do you have a favorite side dish?
Some love mac ‘n cheese.
Others love a delicious vegetable option.
I’m all about both?
My good friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style shared a yummy no fail cheesy hashbrown recipe that looks really good and sounds easy to make.
And my good friend Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill shared this OMG bacon, egg and asparagus croissants.
I am a HUGE fan of croissants so this one is happening at my Easter brunch this year.
If you want a fun side dish for Easter, you’ve got to try these refreshing cucumber sandwiches.
They are so light and delicious.
Perfect for Easter brunch or a tea party.
Main Course Easter Brunch Menu Ideas
While there are traditional dishes like ham for Easter, I love a good quiche for brunch.
My good friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs shared this super delicious veggie quiche that I need to try!
Doesn’t it look amazing?
When I make quiche, I love ones that are melt-in-your-mouth creamy and delicious at the same time.
THIS zucchini quiche recipe does not disappoint.
It’s easy to make and a perfect way to use all that zucchini from the vegetable garden.
Easter Dessert Ideas
Are you more of an appetizer or dessert person?
I tend to fill up on the apps and never get to the dessert, but when I do I am totally making these that my good friends Anne and AnnMarie from Simply 2 Moms made.
I mean wow!
One of my go-to desserts is THIS super moist and delicious coffee cake recipe.
It’s light, fluffy, and so easy to make too.
If you are looking for a fun dessert for brunch, try this one. There’s a secret ingredient that makes it extra moist!
And THESE cupcakes are so good too!
You’ve got to try them.
And that’s it!
I hope you got some great Easter brunch menu ideas from this post.
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