Tried and Tested: Easter Brunch

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For the past couple of years my dad’s side of the family has been doing an Easter brunch. Then my mom’s side gets together for the traditional Easter dinner fare. Yes, this makes for a looooooooong day. However, there are few things I like more than brunch. It gives me another reason to eat breakfast food in large quantities.

Would it surprise you to know that I usually eat boring things like cold cereal or yogurt and berries for breakfast. Maybe this is why I enjoy and appreciate all the more traditional breakfast brunch items like French toast bake.

Here are a few of my favorites.

Sleepin’ in Omelette – The Pioneer Woman
I made this for my in-laws recently. They key is in the onion rolls and the cream cheese. My kids fought over the leftovers.


Apple Fritters for Breakfast? – No Fear Entertaining originally from The Picky Apple
Easy peasy and worth it. I usually don’t have the time (or the patience) for donuts, but these are quick and delicious.


Egg, Ham, and Cheese Cups – Coco Bean
The color contrast is amazing, and there are no special tools or baking dishes required, just your rusty cupcake pan. (Yours isn’t rusty?) These are definitely impressive when set out for a group, and you can make as many or as few as you need easily.


How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs – Simply Recipes
What’s Easter without a colored egg or two?



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French toast bake

photo by woodleywonderworks

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