Easter Sunday Brunch Ideas and Recipes

Even though we dont celebrate for religious reasons I know how important it is to make Easter Sunday special. After all, it’s an ideal opportunity spend quality time with family and friends. Not everyone can get together for a traditional Easter Roast dinner so why not consider an Easter Sunday Brunch instead? You can make the day memorable with other top easter treats too. Why not consider adding some healthy food options as well to help to combat all of the chocolate that will be eaten over this weekend.

Planning the Perfect Easter Sunday Brunch

When it comes to planning the perfect Easter Sunday brunch, there are a few things to consider. First, decide on a menu. You want to make sure you have something for everyone, so it’s important to include a variety of dishes. Second, consider the timing. You don’t want to start too early or too late, so plan accordingly. Finally, think about decorations. Easter is a festive holiday, so it’s nice to add a few decorations to make the brunch more special.

Easter Sunday Brunch Menu Ideas

When it comes to creating the perfect Easter Sunday brunch menu, there are a few dishes that are sure to please. Here are some of my favourite Easter brunch recipes:

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict is a classic brunch dish that is sure to please. To make it, you’ll need English muffins, Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce. Start by toasting the English muffins and then top them with Canadian bacon. Next, poach the eggs and place them on top of the bacon. Finally, top with hollandaise sauce and serve.

French Toast Casserole

This French toast casserole is a great way to feed a crowd. To make it, you’ll need French bread, eggs, milk, sugar, cinnamon, and butter. Start by cutting the French bread into cubes and placing them in a greased baking dish. In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, sugar, and cinnamon. Pour the mixture over the bread cubes and top with butter. Bake for 45 minutes and serve.

Fruit Salad

Fruit salad is a great way to add a healthy option to your Easter brunch menu. To make it, you’ll need a variety of fresh fruit such as strawberries, blueberries, apples, oranges, and grapes. Start by washing and cutting the fruit into bite-sized pieces. Place the fruit in a large bowl and mix together. Serve chilled.

Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs are a classic Easter brunch dish. To make them, you’ll need hard-boiled eggs, mayonnaise, mustard, and paprika. Start by cutting the eggs in half and removing the yolks. Place the yolks in a bowl and mash them with a fork. Add the mayonnaise, mustard, and paprika and mix together. Fill the egg whites with the mixture and serve.

Easter Sunday Brunch Decorations

Decorations are a great way to make your Easter Sunday brunch extra special. Here are some of my favorite ideas:

Easter Baskets

Easter baskets are a great way to add a festive touch to your brunch. You can fill them with candy, small toys, and other treats. Place them around the table or hang them from the ceiling for a fun and festive look.

Easter Eggs

Easter eggs are a classic decoration for any Easter celebration. You can use real eggs or plastic eggs filled with candy or small toys. Place them around the table or hang them from the ceiling for a festive look.


Flowers are a great way to add a touch of spring to your Easter brunch. Choose bright and cheerful colors such as yellow, pink, and purple. Place them in vases around the table or hang them from the ceiling for a festive look.

Easter Sunday for many is a special time to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ but for us its a change to spend quality time with family and friends. With these tips in mind, you’ll be sure to have a memorable Easter Sunday brunch.