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Easter Brunch Menu


Growing up, my family always celebrated Easter at church and then went out for a big 'fancy' brunch while Nick's family celebrated with breakfast at home.  Now that we're on our own, we've combined our two family traditions and do church followed by brunch at home - which Nick usually cooks :)  

Here's an Easter menu for a delicious meal if you decide to stay in this year.  Enjoy!

Sunrise Mimosa's

Vanilla Fruit Salad
Cream Cheese Smoked Salon Bites

Maple Glazed Bacon
Spinach & Cheddar Quiche
Skillet Hashbrowns

Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

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27 comments

  1. Yummmm this sounds delicious! If you're making this for Easter... what time should I be over?? ;)

    <3, Pamela
    Sequins & Sea Breezes

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  2. YUM!!! My family goes out sometimes, does brunch sometimes and this year we are doing more of a lunch and I"m excited. My husband and I care cooking the main course, cornish game hen and it's gonna be awesome!!!!

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  3. That's a sweet blending of traditions :) Those little bunnies are so cute! I love a good quiche :)

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  4. Yummy!!! I'll be right over, 'kay?!

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  5. Yum! Any excuse for a indulgent brunch is a good day to me! These options look delicious. Those salmon bites?! Holy cow!!

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  6. Yum! I'm on the next flight out! Haha happy Easter!

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  7. My family tradition is always the same as yours but I love how you guys combined both of your traditions! Mimosas are a must for us on Easter! Everything else looks so delicious.. especially the homemade cinnamon rolls!

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  8. Sounds SO good. Let me know what time I should be over ;)

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  9. Well I guess I'll just cancel my brunch reservation now. Haha. That all sounds delicious, thank you for sharing! I hope that you have a lovely day too.

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  10. Hooray for new traditions! This looks like a delicious menu. Ryan has to work Sunday, so who knows what I'll end up pulling together!

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  11. That menu looks amazing. This year, my MIL and I will make brunch, and then we will also go out to dinner. I feel like we will eat our way through the weekend!

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  12. sunrise mimosa and maple glazed bacon? sheesh you will the award for best combo ever!

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  13. Those sound delish.... yum! We are going to my brother and SIL's house, so I am not part of the planning process, just the baking helper!

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  14. I loooooooooove this tradition!!

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  15. I love Easter so much- my family always did a lot to celebrate, where my husband's family doesn't really do much so we've kind of created our own traditions too! That tablescape is so pretty!

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  16. We used to do big family Easter dinners, but my brother is so against Easter that it just causes issues :( sad... Ricky & I will definitely enjoy Easter brunch SOMEWHERE :)

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  17. i don't celebrate easter.... but i do celebrate brunch! yum. i want to eat all the food.

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  18. sounds so good! i want the quiche and cinnamon rolls! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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  19. Love how you combined your traditions! I don't know what those bunny pastries are, but they look awesome!! :)

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  20. I'm pretty sure my invitation MUST have gotten lost in the mail!! ;)

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  21. Sounds so good! We always do an en early dinner around 2 but this sounds delicious!

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  22. What a delicious menu, that quiche and those skillet hashbrowns sound amazing! Xo, Stephanie

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  23. Great menu. I love a good quiche!

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