Spring is here and Easter is right around the corner. If you have children, they may be anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Easter Bunny – and, of course, the candy.
Luckily, the grownups are allowed to have just as much fun as the kids on Easter. As well, it’s a great time of year for entertaining guests before the hot temperatures set in. With any luck, the rain will let up long enough to host an outdoor event!
Here are some crowd-pleasing recipe ideas for a spectacular spring or Easter brunch that everyone will enjoy:
Classic Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are perfect for Easter Brunch or an appetizer. You may even have boiled eggs on hand already from dying them! Although there are many variations on deviled egg recipes, the simple, traditional recipe always tastes fantastic.
Click here for the recipe via Dessert Now Dinner Later
Springtime Pasta Salad
There’s nothing much better than a light, refreshing salad on a warm spring afternoon. Complete with plenty of fresh veggies and a simple vinaigrette dressing, this pasta salad recipe is sure to satisfy.
Click here for the recipe via The Fed Up Foodie
Brown Sugar and Bacon Green Beans
You may not even have to beg the kids to eat their veggies when you’re serving these green beans! A perfect blend of sweet, savory and (kind of) healthy. What’s not to love?
Click here for the recipe via My Recipe Magic
Best-Ever Buttermilk Biscuits
Is any proper southern brunch complete without warm, fluffy, melt-in-your-mouth biscuits? Of course not! They’re also perfect for making ham sandwiches.
Click here for the recipe via Good Housekeeping
Glazed Easter Ham
For many of us in the south, ham is a staple for Easter brunch. Plus, it’s great to have ham sandwiches for lunch the next day or so – if you happen to have any ham left over, that is.
Click here for a recipe via The Pioneer Woman
Lemon Cheesecake with Strawberry Crust
Even if the Easter Bunny has brought loads of chocolates and jelly beans, you may still like something sweet to wrap up your Easter Brunch menu. This light and creamy cheesecake will make a perfect dessert for the grownups!
Click here for the recipe via Back for Seconds