A time honored tradition in many homes is Easter brunch. Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, and church services followed by a hearty brunch make up many family’s routines at Easter. If you are looking to jazz things up a bit this Easter and change the menu, we have several wonderful recipes for you to consider. Try one of these delicious twists on Easter brunch.
This scrumptious dish takes traditional breakfast items like eggs, cheese, and meat, and takes them up a notch. Wow your guests at Easter brunch with this delicious twist that was cooked up by the team at Saveur. This brunch burger gets a lovely spicy flavor from a chorizo and ground beef mix, then it’s topped with melted cheese, avocado, and an egg.
You love the calzone for lunch, and now it has been re-imagined as a delicious brunch dish. Think of this bacon, egg, and cheese calzone as the Italian inspired riff of the southwestern breakfast taco. A flaky pastry dough cradles and nestles traditional breakfast items to create a sensational new brunch item that fits in your hands.
This spicy twist on the traditional flatbread recipe will add some heat to your Easter brunch. The fried egg flatbread with Nduja and mustard greens recipe is available at Bon Appetit. Nduja is a spreadable, spicy pork salami that pairs beautifully with the mustard greens. This is a bold dish that is as savory as it is unexpected.
Leeks are blackened and blistered to turn the crunchy vegetable into a soft and smoky dish. The blackened leeks are paired with asparagus and boiled eggs in this easy to make recipe. Add some green to your Easter brunch with this tasty side dish.
Use snow or snap peas in this wonderfully light and refreshing salad. The pea and prosciutto salad uses fresh peas with arugula and tender prosciutto to create a wonderful twist on the brunch buffet.
Add an unexpected international twist to your Easter brunch menu with this traditional bread from the Republic of Georgia. This Georgian cheese and egg bread is best served hot. Tear off a piece of the fluffy crust and dunk it into the cheesy well in the center of the bread. This savory pastry is made in Georgia with a mixture of imeruli and sulguni cheeses, but this recipe provides a suitable substitute of mozzarella and tart feta cheese.
Hot Italian sausage and broccoli rabe are an expected second course in many Italian homes. Pair these two items with eggs to create a sweet and savory Easter brunch dish. For the prettiest presentation, let the frittata cool for a few minutes in the skillet before removing it. As the sausage and broccoli rabe frittata cools, the top will deflate and the edges will release from the sides of the skillet.
This dish may be called comfort food. There is something about the combination of bread, eggs, and bacon that has cross cultural appeal and is immediately associated with breakfast. This New Zealand dish is a wonderful twist to add to your Easter brunch. The combination of the flaky pastry with the yellow yolks and salty bacon is displayed beautifully in this mouth watering bacon and egg pie.
Is your mouth watering yet? Which of these recipes are you eager to try first? For more wonderful brunch ideas, visit our compilation of cocktail recipes.