After the morning Easter service and before the evening Easter ham, gather with friends and loved ones to enjoy these sure-to-please brunch treats.
Why grab the best brunch in your state when you can easily elevate your everyday avocado toast by Frankensteining it with a comfort-food classic: grilled cheese. Shredded bacon, cheddar and mozzarella lay beneath mashed avocado and eggs all on a fresh baguette.
Brioche bread pudding doubles as an excellent way to put day-old bread to use. And not a single guest will guess you baked this dish a day ahead. Simple and satisfying, top this doughy dessert with ice cream or, depending on your taste, swap the white sugar for brown.
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First learn how to perfectly cook and peel a hard-boiled egg. Then, tuck the egg, thinly sliced ham and cheese into a flaky biscuit dough and bake for brunch in just one bite.
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Too busy to commit to cooking real eggs Benedict? Consider this make-ahead take on one of America’s most iconic breakfast foods. Top the casserole with an easy hollandaise sauce made from lemon juice, egg yolks, heavy cream and Dijon mustard.
Jell-O molds and other retro foods have long been primed for a comeback. This fluffy Jell-O is lighter than a mousse and guaranteed to melt in your mouth. The bright orange will complement spring’s colors too.
Close out your Easter brunch with carrot-shaped strawberries, a sweet fruit treat masked as the Easter Bunny’s favorite veggie. Store these candy-coated berries near the worst (ahem, black jelly beans) and best Easter candy.
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