If you are looking for Easter breakfast ideas to break out for the holiday (or any spring weekend!), these tasty recipes are always a favorite. From sweet to savory, these recipes are meant to gather everyone around the table for breakfast or brunch!
Blueberry Cream Cheese French Toast Casserole
Blueberry Cream Cheese French Toast Casserole is an overnight must-have for busy weekends when you just don’t want to have to cook. The sweet spiced custard with a crispy topping and creamy pockets of sweetened cream cheese make this a feast to remember.
Turkish Eggs Platter
This Turkish Eggs Platter, also known as Çılbır, is a simple hearty meal that features beautifully poached eggs with a base of garlic yogurt and a drizzle of chile butter. With a fresh sprinkle of dill, serve with plenty of toasted bread.
Nutella Rhubarb Puff Pastry Croissants
Yes, you can treat yourself to delicious homemade pastries and not take hours to do it! Nutella Rhubarb Puff Pastry Croissants are about to become your new favorite breakfast.
Breakfast Croissant Sandwich
A Breakfast Croissant Sandwich brings a ton of flavor to a tasty handheld way to start the day! It’s packed with prosciutto, cheese, fig jam and mustard. Simple and ready in less than 20 minutes!
Easy Lemon Sugar Buns
With a burst of lemon zest, these bright and light sugar buns are the best way to start the day. Only 5 ingredients and a few steps are required!
BLAT Eggs Benedict
A plate full of BLAT Eggs Benedict is the one wake up call no one is going to want to miss. Bacon, lettuce, avocado and tomato are sandwiched between a perfectly poached egg and toasted English muffin for a breakfast version of the classic sandwich.
Raspberry Chocolate Croissant French Toast Bake
This Raspberry Chocolate Croissant French Toast Bake is how I bring a little bit of Parisian pastry into my breakfast routine. Using croissants makes for a flakier French toast casserole, and the pops of fruit and chocolate send it over the top!
Smoked Salmon Avocado Cream Cheese Bagels
A Smoked Salmon Avocado Cream Cheese Bagel is a new way to do breakfast or brunch. Instead of the default lox and bagel routine, switch to flavorful smoked salmon paired with creamy avocado, rich cream cheese, red onion and capers.
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast
Easy Chocolate Covered Strawberry Mascarpone Stuffed French Toast is sweet, tart, and downright sultry. The stuffed French toast makes you feel like you are eating a chocolate covered strawberry… but for breakfast!
Savory Dutch Baby
An airy, light, and savory breakfast dish that is incredibly easy to make. The batter comes together in the blender!
Blueberry Lemon Streusel Coffee Cake
Blueberry Lemon Streusel Coffee Cake is moist, fluffy, and ideal for spring brunch! Topped with a cinnamon streusel and a lemon cream cheese glaze, this decadent breakfast cake is a surefire win for everyone.
Southwestern Ham Hash
This one-pan meal is simple to make and is a killer way to use up any leftover ham you might have from your holiday gathering.
some additional ideas…
If you want some add-ons for your next spring brunch gathering, I have a few simple recipes that will both make your life easier and bring some extra flavor to your table!
First? A sauce. Something simple like strawberry coulis or simple smashed raspberry compote can really elevate a spring breakfast. You can drizzle it over a french toast casserole like the ones I’ve linked above. You can also simply use it on top of fluffy pancakes or your favorite waffles.
My second secret weapon for brunch? Instant Pot poached eggs! Whether you are making eggs benedict, Turkish eggs, or just love to eat poached eggs on avocado toast, this how-to makes making poached eggs a breeze. They come out perfectly every single time!
just one more thing for easter breakfast ideas…
Of course, in my world, no brunch or breakfast gathering would be complete without a signature cocktail to go alongside the spread!
Here’s some of my favorite simple cocktails that are light and breezy. They are ideal for serving in the morning with your favorite recipes.
Lavender lemonade cocktail is a refreshing, floral sipper that’s easy to make in a big batch and only requires four ingredients!
Mimosas are fantastic, but a spring spin is always much better! Try out a bubbly strawberry mimosa or raspberry mimosa to change things up.
If you are looking for more inspiration for breakfast or brunch, check out my breakfast recipes page!
Finally, if you are wondering what’s in season in April, I’ve got a whole guide to seasonal produce with favorite recipes for you to read.
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