Easter Brunch Menu Ideas

Planning the perfect menu for your Easter brunch? You’ll love these delicious and savory ideas that are not only easy to make, but are also filling enough to keep guests satisfied while light enough to avoid leaving them feeling over satiated.

Appetizer: Deviled Eggs

Eggs are commonly served at Easter as they commonly symbolize rebirth. Whether you prefer yours spicy or simple, Celebrations.com has a selection of recipes for Deviled Eggs sure to satisfy.


Sides: Stuffed Tomatoes

Your sides should be savory yet simple to pair with your main course (we’ll get to that shortly). One of our favorite Easter brunch sides are these Goat Cheese and Chive Stuffed Cherry tomatoes. The tomatoes add a touch of freshness to the spread and the cheese-chive filling takes the flavor to the next level.


Main Course: Easter Ham

Make sure the star of the show is as stunning as the rest of the spread. While ham or lamb is a popular choice for Easter, we recommend Easter ham specifically for brunch, like our irresistibly juicy Applewood Smoked ham.


Cocktails: Grapefruit Bellinis & Easter Egg Punch

Serve up a drink that’s equal parts subtle, sweet and tart like these Grapefruit Bellinis. If you are serving a brunch with children in attendance, try this Easter egg punch which resembles a sunrise.


Dessert: Chocolate Covered Strawberries

The final dish in your Easter brunch should wow just as much as your entrée did! End on a fresh note with plump, juicy strawberries covered in decadent chocolate. Celebrations.com put a festive spin on these DIY Chocolate Strawberries for Easter by making them resemble carrots. How simple and sweet! easter-brunch-menu--ideas-strawberries


Looking for Easter menu inspiration for an Easter Dinner? Be sure to check out our Ham Vs. Lamb Easter Menu ideas.

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