Join me for brunch, won’t you?
Or at least a slice of strawberries ‘n’ cream crumb cake.
While I have loads of brand spankin’ new recipes to share with you, I wanted to quickly give you some recommendations and inspiration for your Easter menu this Sunday! Do you already know what you’re making? If not, let me help.
My mom usually hosts and she always makes a fabulous pineapple glazed ham. But this year, we’re switching things up. Still at my parents’ house, but we’re making pecan-crusted chicken, spring veggies, deviled eggs, this carrot cake business and obviously a pineapple upside-down cake. Thinking I’ll make it in a skillet this year. This is all followed by mouthfuls of jelly beans and a sugar-rush inducing amount of cadury creme eggs.
I’m full just thinking of it all. Let’s feast!
The soaking syrup is everything.
Quiche always impresses at brunch. And these flavors are INCREDIBLE. Garlic spinach, savory sun-dried tomatoes, creamy goat cheese. It’s all so, so good.
Time and time again! The best honey, buttery, fluffy, and soft homemade dinner rolls. They steal all the attention on the table. Seriously!
Start these the night before to save yourself some time on Easter morning!
Start this the night before too! Everyone always raves about this one.
See also: baked cream cheese french toast casserole!!
Cheesecake filling. I repeat: cheesecake filling.
Perfect side dish next to that ham! The flavors are out of this world. I just made it again this past week.
Show up with this and wow the crowd. The homemade sugar cookie crust is the best part! Plus, decorating it gets the whole family involved. Unless you’re a complete perfectionist and need to do it all yourself. Guilty.
Gluten free? I have you covered with this healthy gluten free version! I make this for breakfast, actually. 2 ingredient crust, Greek yogurt, and fruit. Wholesome and easy.
I have to include Kevin’s ultimate favorite here. Perfect for brunch. It’s all completely from scratch– no cans!
TRUST ME on these!!!
See also: my favorite homemade cornbread.
The best of both worlds. In one indulgently glorious slice. ♥
All about these right now! They’re always gobbled up in seconds.
See also: strawberry lemon poppy seed scones.
Can’t leave this popular number off the list, right?
Does it get any more fun?!?! And easier? 2 ingredients + your favorite Easter candy. That’s about it. And the recipe makes a pound of candy. Love this stuff.
What’s brunch without crumb cake?
Tradition. My all-time favorite!
It’s Easter perfection.
Q: Have you tried any of these recipes? Tell me about it!
Q: Tell me your Easter brunch/dinner menu!