Easter Breakfast and Brunch
Welcome spring with a delicious Easter brunch. From showstopper hams to French toast, frittatas, quiches, casseroles, and more, our Easter recipes will give you plenty of great brunch ideas.
Maltaise sauce is simply hollandaise sauce with a bit of orange zest and juice added, making it a fresher take on the classic egg dish.
Mock Hollandaise sauce saves time and stress of starting from scratch. This breakfast or brunch special can be made ahead.
Refrigerated breadsticks make these sweet rolls super easy to prepare.
If your holidays do not bring an entire tribe to the table, make it easy on yourself by making this luscious ham loaf glazed with Dijon-spiked apricots and pineapple juice. It is perfect for a dinner for two during the holidays or any time of the year -- and leftovers make sensational sandwiches.
Mini chocolate chips are a delightful addition to this sour cream coffee cake recipe. Serve for dessert or brunch.
Buttermilk, butter, and shortening ensure the richest, flakiest biscuit recipe. Serve with dinner or as a treat to energize a morning egg hunt.
Take your pick of champagne cocktails with these pineapple or cranberry variations.
Chocolate chips and bread pudding go hand-in-hand at the holidays in this dessert, which is topped with a brown-sugar sauce.
Slice into this sour cream coffee cake and you'll find a swirl of brown sugar, cinnamon, and pecans right in the center.
Sweet and sensational, the strawberries in one serving of this luscious breakfast supply 75 percent of your vitamin C needs for the day.
Hard-boiled eggs are stirred into a creamy white sauce and served over flaky biscuits in this breakfast recipe.
Cinnamon, sugar, milk, and eggs are mixed with oatmeal to create this hearty breakfast casserole.
The bread crumbs create a crisp coating for the asparagus as it bakes. Serve with honey mustard dip for a quick snack or appetizer.
Sometimes the simple things can seem the most indulgent. Such is the case with French toast--delectably battered and lightly fried slices of bread, dripping in maple syrup, served with a side of fresh fruit and a warm mug of coffee. It's the kind of meal that could just as well come from a fancy restaurant brunch, but can seem like even more of a treat when enjoyed in your own fuzzy slippers. Lucky for you, it's easy to learn how to make French toast.