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Easter Brunch: 4 Recipes That are Sure to Please

SheSpeaksTeam By SheSpeaksTeam 03.27.12
Easter Brunch: 4 Recipes That are Sure to Please
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It’s once again nearing a holiday season for many of us as Spring break is here and stores stock their shelves with Easter candy, plastic eggs and baskets. This is a great time to get together with family and have some fun with the kids. Will you be dying Easter eggs, making cards or  having Easter egg hunts?  If you’re looking for some new and creative ideas for Easter egg hunts that are sure to please the kids, one of our members has provided a great list of ideas.

For those of us past the egg-citement of an Egg hunt there is often something else to look forward to, a traditional Easter brunch! Whether you’re planning on cooking for a big group of family and friends, or just a select few, these recipe ideas are sure to please even the pickiest of eaters!
To be entered to win one of our giveaway prizes this week, simply submit a favorite brunch recipe or submit a comment below sharing your favorite Easter tradition. Better yet, do BOTH and get two chances to win!
Asparagus Parmesan Omelet: asparagus omeletThis brunch recipe is delicious and easy to make, featuring a vegetable that is perfectly in season at this time of year. You can experiment and add an assortment of vegetables, meats, and cheeses to suit any craving you may be having!
Raspberry Monte Cristo: monte cristoThis is a perfect recipe to serve to your family because it’s one that everyone is sure to enjoy. It only takes a few minutes to make and you can add different fruit options for the topping to wow your guests taste buds.
Peach Pancakes and Chai Syrup: peach pancakesHere’s a meal that the kids are sure to love, and everyone else for that matter. Classic breakfast pancakes get a fruity twist and the spiced chai syrup is a great substitute for regular maple. Try experimenting with different fillings and toppings. Maybe add some chocolate chips to the top to please the kids.
Cranberry Scones: cranberry sconesThese crumbly pastry wedges are always a good option for your Easter brunch. You can substitute the cranberries for dried cherries, raisins, or even chocolate, to provide a variety of tasty options that everyone will love!
Now we’d like to hear from you! What Easter brunch dishes does your family love to make and eat? Do you have any fun family traditions? To be entered to win one of our giveaway prizes this week simply submit a recipe for a brunch dish or submit your Easter traditions to the comments section below. Better yet, do BOTH and have two chances to win! Recipes and comments must be submitted by 6pm EST on April 2nd, 2012.
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  • dreampeddler By dreampeddler

    Oh my family loves Easter! We all go to church and then come home to Easter basket searches. Even for the adults. :)

  • maple4trees By maple4trees

    Even though my "kids" are older or grown, I still enjoy doing Easter baskets for them with a small something special with each one in mind. Together, we dye eggs and make "tomb" rolls to remind us of Christ's empty tomb.


    I have yet to make the Italian Easter Egg bread but have made a ricotta filled "easter Pizza". I usually make a lot of treats for the easter kids table. HEre is a direct link to some no bake ones: most include chocolate discs, and chocolate.

  • babsywabs By babsywabs

    I have long loved to bake homemade bread, and many years ago found a recipe for Easter doves. The recipe is not difficult, and forming the small balls of dough into dove shapes is very easy. Slivered almonds are inserted just before baking to give the look of a beak. The doves have a slight honey butter glaze, and are a bit sweet. For the past 10 or 15 years I have made these doves on Easter weekend and given them to neighbors or friends. One year, I made several batches and had them delivered to the local women's shelter. They are my tradition, and my gesture of spreading the peace and promise of Easter.

  • metbn8421 By metbn8421

    Our family goes as a family to church service and then everyone goes to my mother in laws house and we have big family meal and enjoy each others company.

  • okiegirl03 By okiegirl03

    Every Easter my family has a tradition of hiding Easter eggs after our Easter lunch. The eggs contain candy and toys. I always put money in one egg as the big prize egg. The kids have a blast looking for the prize egg and just seeing what's in each egg. We also color eggs and open Easter baskets that are filled with goodies.

  • Atiyya1 By Atiyya1

    Our family Easter (Resurrection Day) tradition is always church with all the family and then brunch. After then is the big easter egg hunt. Indoors if it's too cold. We hide 50-75 eggs for the young and the teens. A lot of the eggs have money as well as candy. It's just great to see everyones happy faces just having a great time and enjoying being together. And yes as Jackie said always count the eggs. One year my sister found one egg one month later as she was planting flowers. Enjoy and be blessed!

  • orangetulipgarden By orangetulipgarden

    One thing we do year after year when having Easter at my Aunt's house is we take a photo of all of us on her little, decorative bridge in her garden. Some years, we're freezing, while in other years it's beautiful outside. No matter the weather, we always try to get our photo each year!

  • Jackie9641 By Jackie9641

    Granted, before I even had my own house, I learned from everyone to NOT hide "real" eggs. But here's our tip; count the number of eggs you hide so that you know how many are missing at the end of the hunt!

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