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5 incredible Easter brunch recipes to try this year

Easter brunch

Deciding what to make for Easter is always a joy. There are so many delicious flavors to choose from and meals to celebrate with – from late afternoon brunch, to a big family dinner, and of course amazing sweet treats.

Easter is celebrated world-wide and in many places it is viewed as a deeply meaningful religious holiday. The food traditions for the holiday are just as steeped in religious symbolism as the cultural event they are created and shared for. Typically symbolism for the holiday revolves around rebirth and renewal, which is where we get symbols such as the bunny and egg.

One of the most iconic Easter symbols is the simple egg. Most people immediately think of hard boiled and dyed eggs, deviled eggs, stuffed eggs, or chocolate eggs in treat baskets. Eggs have become a decoration, toy, treat, and featured ingredient in a wide variety of Easter dishes.

Celebrating Easter over brunch? Here are a few delicious brunch dishes you may want to try this year.

1.) Quiche Lorraine

Quiche LorraineClassic savory quiche with a flaky pastry crust and stuffed with bacon, cheese, and shallots. Yum!  

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2.) Prosciutto Egg Cups

Prosciutto Egg CupsSimple to make yet elegant and incredibly flavorful. This recipe might find its way into your normal breakfast rotation.  

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3.) Ham and Veggie Breakfast Casserole

Ham and Veggie Breakfast CasseroleBreakfast casseroles are easy to make, hearty, filling, and delicious! This recipe features ham and cheese, along with a variety of your favorite veggies.  

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4.) Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross BunsDelicious spiced and iced soft fresh buns. An Easter “must have!” for any meal.  

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5.) Gluten-Free Hot Cross Scones

Gluten-Free Hot Cross SconesThese scones are a fun and tasty twist on the Easter staple hot cross buns. They are lightly sweet and packed with dried fruit.  

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Happy Easter everyone!

Have you made any of these delicious recipes? What are your favorite Easter foods?

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