10 Springtime Brunch Recipes to Use All Those Easter Eggs
Not sure what to do with all those Easter eggs? Look no further. We’ve got you covered with 10 springtime brunch recipes. If you’re looking to host a post-Easter brunch for your friends, or just try making something new, these egg dishes are a must try. Click the links below to check out our favorite recipes!
A hot cheesy biscuit with an egg baked right in the center of it… yes please. This recipe takes a total of 40 minutes and feeds 6 people, so it’s perfect for a small get together with your friends.
This dish is the perfect family-friendly brunch meal. A waffle topped with bacon and an egg, it really has something for everyone. Plus – it’s cook time is only 12 minutes!
Puffy whipped egg whites with a sunshine yolk center is just as good as it sounds. Serve it on your favorite bread and you’re good to go. With minimal ingredients and a speedy cook time, this is a great dish if you’re looking to whip something up last minute.
This one not only tastes good… but it looks pretty too! Perfect for a warm spring day, this new take on avocado toast is the way to go. Grab a fresh avocado, make a quick blender hollandaise, and there it is.
All you need for this dish is potatoes and eggs. Yes, it’s that easy! This muffin-tin recipe is a great way to start your morning with a quick bite before heading out for the day.
Haven’t perfected your grilled cheese yet? This one will do it. A combo of cheese and bacon with a touch of sweet maple is the sandwich you never knew you needed.
A leek, bacon, and cheesy egg mixture… sign us up. This savory dish is the perfect brunch option when hosting, as it serves 6 people.
Who doesn’t love some French toast on a Sunday afternoon? This French toast is sprinkled with spiced sugar and served with an easy to make white chocolate-orange ganache.
Another French toast dish… because you can’t ever go wrong with it. This cinnamon sugar French-style Texas toast is not only delicious, but also simple, made with just five ingredients.
Whip up a buttery hollandaise sauce, drizzle it over soft baked eggs, toasty English muffins, and smoky Canadian bacon… and you have the perfect eggs benedict casserole. This dish serves 8 people and is great to make when you are having friends or family over.