8 Easter Brunch Recipes That Don’t Revolve Around Eggs
If you’re experiencing egg overload this Easter, try these recipes instead.
Published Apr 2, 2017 6:00 AM
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Easter brunch can be one of the most decadent meals of the year. And while there are thousands of Easter recipes out there, if you don’t enjoy eggs, you may have a hard time finding the right dishes. Start by focusing on fresh, seasonal ingredients and flavors, and you’ll be able to craft a spectacular brunch that’s sure to please your palette.
Green Spring Toast
This bruschetta recipe is just right for the season. Start by making the spread with feta cheese, lemon juice, and olive oil. You can use any bread you want, but they suggest a crusty sourdough. After your feta spread is on the toast, add shelled fresh peas along with drizzled olive oil, and it’s ready to be served.
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Waffles
Everyone loves waffles, and this oatmeal chocolate chip recipe is a guaranteed hit. Oat flour, mashed banana, and almond milk give these waffles a whole new flavor profile. Stir in some chocolate chips, and no one will miss having eggs.
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
Just like waffles, pancakes are a brunch must. Rather than preparing the same ones you normally make, try something with fresh flavors. These lemon ricotta pancakes are extra fluffy and unique. Plus, the steps are the same as ordinary pancakes with the addition of lemon juice and ricotta cheese.
Strawberry Almond Ricotta Toast
This strawberry almond ricotta recipe takes toast to the next level. Instead of using ricotta cheese, this recipe teaches you to make a dairy free alternative with almonds. It’s spread over toast and topped with sliced strawberries for a bite that’s both special and beautiful.
Berry and Brie Bake
If you’re a fan of bread pudding, then you’re definitely going to want to try this berry and brie bake. You put cubed bread in the bottom of a baking dish, and cover it with brie cheese and blueberries. Next, you’ll add a mixture of eggs, milk, maple syrup, cinnamon, and vanilla. You can save this overnight or bake it right away.
Asparagus and Chive Tart
Setting an Instagram-ready table will be a whole lot easier if this asparagus and chive tart is on display. You can easily use a frozen puff pastry rather than making your own dough to make this whole process even more simple. And the resulting dish tastes as delicious as it looks.
Cheesy Breakfast Potatoes
These cheesy breakfast potatoes will be the perfect side to all of your other brunch delights. The best part? They’re made in a slow cooker. Potatoes, peppers, chicken sausage, cheddar cheese, sour cream, and cream of chicken soup all come together to create savory, indulgent comfort food.
Spring Root and Watercress Salad
A healthy salad is always nice to balance out heavier foods being served. And this spring root and watercress salad is light enough to eat alongside any carb heavy meal. Plus, it will bring some fantastic color to the table.