Make Bake Celebrate
When you’re torn between breakfast and lunch, brunch is always the perfect solution. Typically reserved for weekends and special occasions, brunch menus offer some of the most delicious dishes around.One of the most popular days for brunch is Easter Sunday. Instead of making restaurant reservations, create your own spread for family and friends. Perfect to serve after any Easter egg hunt, these delicious recipes will impress guests and take you no time to put together!
Citrus Blueberry Loaf with Meyer Lemon Glaze
Another spring-inspired recipe to try is this citrus blueberry loaf with Meyer lemon glaze. Packed with the vibrant aromas of orange and lemon zest, then topped with a sweet glaze, a slice of this loaf is the perfect accompaniment to hot coffee, tea, or a mimosa.
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Fruity Pebble Baked Pancakes
Traditional pancakes are a brunch staple, but this recipe will outshine even the most colorful Easter basket. Fruity Pebble baked pancakes are a festive way to serve tasty, fluffy pancakes with a twist. Bake them in the oven for just 15 to 17 minutes and you’ll have a colorful and warm dish that requires no stovetop cooking or flipping!
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Ricotta Almond Pancakes with Cinnamon Pear Toppings
For a more classic brunch item, try amplifying your buttermilk pancake mix by integrating ricotta cheese and chopped almonds. Top this short stack with warm cinnamon pears for a restaurant-quality plate that delivers on top-notch taste.
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Flapjack Breakfast Bake
If you love baked breakfast items, but can’t sacrifice the eggs and bacon, this flapjack breakfast bake is the perfect compromise. The combination of fluffy pancakes, scrambled eggs, crumbled sausage, bacon, and cheese makes for a slice of brunch heaven, both savory and sweet and sure to be a crowd favorite.