18 Easter Brunch Recipes

From hot cross buns and quiche to cinnamon rolls and coconut cream pie, find inspiration below with these favorite Easter brunch recipes.

Hot cross buns in baking pan

Easter brunch is traditional meal to celebrate the glorious day. We’ve been gathering Easter brunch recipe ideas all week and below are 18 of our favorites.

Favorite Easter Brunch Recipes

collage of Easter brunch recipes including lemon poppy seed cake, quiche, hot cross buns, and strawberry sweet rolls

1. Lemon Poppy Seed Cake

This lemon poppy seed Bundt cake is flavorful, moist, and always loved on a spring day.

2. Goat Cheese Spinach & Sun-Dried Tomato Quiche

Quiche is a brunch classic and this goat cheese spinach and sun-dried tomato quiche is one of our favorites.

3. Hot Cross Buns

Learn how to make perfect hot cross buns with brown sugar and raisins or currants. Each bun is marked with a traditional cross.

4. Strawberry Rolls with Sweet Lemon Glaze

These strawberry rolls with lemon glaze are fluffy, soft, and packed with fresh fruit flavors. Always so special this time of year!

collage of Easter brunch recipes including blueberry french toast casserole, biscuit breakfast casserole, kale, orange, and quinoa salad, and easy cinnamon rolls

5. Blueberry French Toast Casserole

This blueberry French toast casserole can be prepped the night before so there’s less work on your holiday morning.

6. Biscuit Breakfast Casserole

This biscuit breakfast casserole is basically a sausage & egg biscuit sandwich as a casserole. It’s been a favorite for years!

7. Blood Orange Avocado Quinoa & Kale Salad

This orange avocado quinoa & kale salad is delicious alongside your Easter ham. If you need another salad recommendation, this berry quinoa salad has a lot of texture and plenty of fresh flavor.

8. Easy Cinnamon Rolls

We cut 1 rise in this easy cinnamon rolls recipe so you can enjoy them in half the time.

9. Fruit Pizza

This fruit pizza sits on a homemade sugar cookie crust. Have fun decorating!

fruit pizza

collage of Easter brunch recipes including creamy green bean casserole, cornbread, carrot cake, and lemon blueberry scones

10. Creamy Green Bean Casserole

This green bean casserole is creamy, rich, and full of fresh green beans. It’s a family favorite and made from scratch.

11. Cornbread

Enjoy our favorite recipe for sweet cornbread. It’s always welcome on the brunch table.

12. Carrot Cake

Our favorite recipe for this classic! This carrot cake recipe sets the standard for carrot cakes everywhere. It’s deeply moist and made with brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and carrots. Or try pineapple carrot cake or even this carrot cake loaf.

13. Lemon Blueberry Scones

Make a double batch because these lemon blueberry scones disappear FAST. Or you can build-your-own flavor with this base scone recipe.

collage of Easter brunch recipes including lemon blueberry layer cake, biscuits, sour cream crumb cake, and coconut cake

14. Lemon Blueberry Layer Cake

Consistently the most popular cake recipe on this website, lemon blueberry layer cake is a springtime must-make. Or try this lemon coconut cake.

15. Buttermilk Biscuits

Flaky homemade biscuits require just 6 ingredients and 35 minutes of your time. They’re always a quick and simple, yet totally impressive side dish.

16. Sour Cream Crumb Cake

This sour cream crumb cake is soft and moist with two layers of cinnamon swirl.

17. Coconut Cake

This perfect coconut cake is supremely moist with a soft fluffy crumb and intense coconut flavor. A total reader favorite!

18. Coconut Cream Pie

Nothing compares to from-scratch coconut cream pie piled with whipped cream.

slice of coconut cream pie on a plate


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5 Comments

  1. Hi Sally! We made the Unbelievable Blueberry French Toast Casserole for Christmas Morning and it was UNBELIEVABLE! So delicious! I love blueberries. 🙂 For Easter, we are trying out your Fruit Pizza for dessert. It looks so light, delicious and fun!

  2. Happy Easter Sally! Making your goat cheese quiche today and the lemon blueberry scones on Easter morning! 

  3. I’m made several of these before and LOVE the lemon blueberry combos! I am a huge fan of your carrot cake and can’t wait to get home to do this new variation with the cheesecake ribbon. {Swoon}. That fruit tart might be calling my name tomorrow morning.

  4. Easter’s come and passed now. It was a (small) feast for 3 at my house! Although I didn’t make those blueberry scones for the occasion, I HAVE made them before and they are divine. We had a simple Guiness beef stew, followed by tons of mini eggs and brownies for dessert. Had big gathering for St. Patrick’s day, so wanted something small. Hope you had a great Easter, Sally! 

  5. Austria Azaceta says:

    Hi Sally,
    Just wanted to let you know that I made the strawberries & cream coffee cake for Easter at my in-laws yesterday.  It took the full 55 min bake time & turned out beautifully!! Possibly my new favorite dessert!!  So so yummy!!  Everyone enjoyed!! Thanks so much for yet another fantastic recipe!! 🙂

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