Easter Brunch Ideas

Easter Brunch Ideas

This post  was updated on April 2022.

I’m sharing some great Easter brunch ideas for hosting brunch. If you are not up for cooking and the only thing you plan on making is reservations then check this post on where to go for Easter brunch in north Dallas. However, if you are planning on staying in and hosting brunch at home, then you’ve come to the right place.

Decorations for Easter Brunch

Let’s set the scene for Easter brunch by decorating our table. Using spring colors like pastels are a great way to bring an Easter theme together. My favorite stores for inexpensive seasonal décor are Dollar Tree, Target, and Home Goods.

Easter Brunch Ideas

I found decorative Easter eggs that I added to my floral arrangements, and to apothecary vases. How cute are these little milk bottles that I used as drinking glasses.  These purple and white floral cloth kitchen towels were the Dollar section at Target. I used them as napkins.

Easter Brunch Ideas

Easter Brunch Ideas

Easter Brunch Ideas

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Easter Brunch Ideas

What do you eat for Easter Brunch

Dishes like lamb, deviled eggs, and ham are popular on Easter brunch menus. However, you can do whatever you like. I enjoy mixing in traditional items as well as a few items  that are just great for Spring brunch.

Berries are in season this time of year, so a mixed berry French toast.  or black berry pancakes would be great. Set-up a bagel board with flavored cream cheese so guests can help themselves.

Easter Brunch make ahead

My brunch menu was a mix of Caribbean and traditional American brunch foods. Many of the items were made the day before, which saved time the day of. Some items that are great for making ahead are: spinach quiche and deviled eggs.

I also got mini cupcakes from the grocery store. How cute are these mini desserts?! I think they are the perfect serving size for kids—and adults (still trying to get snatched for Summer).  Most of these items can be prepared the day before and reheated or put out at room temperature when you are ready to serve.

You can find many more recipes in my brunch eBook, including roasted lamb. 



Easter Brunch Cocktail

I’m a true believer that you should have a signature drink when hosting brunch at home. This frose garnished with a Peep, is beyond adorable. Another option for a cocktail or mocktail is cherry limeade.

I hope these Easter brunch ideas inspire you to host an Easter brunch at home. By the way, if you are not following me on Pinterest please do me a favor and follow me.

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