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No Time for Easter Brunch? These 11 Egg Dishes Are Great for Easter Breakfast

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No Time for Easter Brunch? These 11 Egg Dishes Are Great for Easter Breakfast

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No Time for Easter Brunch? These 11 Egg Dishes Are Great for Easter Breakfast

Easter Sunday is a fabulous day of feasting. While many families will be starting their Easter with a long, lazy Easter brunch, that’s not always feasible. If you’ve got young kids who are begging to start the Easter egg hunt right this minute, and have already got chocolate-covered faces as they dug into their Easter basket as soon as they woke up, or whether you’re really behind on making Easter dinner and need to focus on cooking that ham rather than creating a fancy Easter brunch, these quick and delicious egg breakfasts are your Easter morning savior.

Asparagus Soldiers With Soft-Boiled Egg Hollandaise

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Asparagus Soldiers With Soft-Boiled Egg Hollandaise

Skip making the hollandaise from scratch — which definitely takes more time than you have on Easter Sunday morning — and instead use this cheat’s recipe for equally rich, creamy results. By simply adding a tablespoon of butter and a splash of cider vinegar to soft-boiled eggs, you’ll achieve a perfect flavor imitation of your favorite, indulgent hollandaise sauce.

For the Asparagus Soldiers With Soft-Boiled Egg Hollandaise recipe, click here.

Balsamic Fried Eggs

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Balsamic Fried Eggs

Upgrade your typical fried eggs by drizzling them with a simple, reduced balsamic vinegar sauce. The sweet, sticky vinegar sauce works perfectly with the delicate flavors of the amazingly crispy fried eggs.

For the Balsamic Fried Eggs recipe, click here.

Easy Breakfast Egg Casserole

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Easy Breakfast Egg Casserole

Make this easy breakfast egg casserole the night before you want to serve it to save yourself time on Easter Sunday morning. Simply pop it in the oven 30 minutes before you want to eat, and a hassle-free, hearty breakfast casserole will be on the table without any effort on your part.

For the Easy Breakfast Egg Casserole recipe, click here.

Eggs Benedict California

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Eggs Benedict California

Add some sunshine to your breakfast with this Californian twist on traditional eggs benedict. Serving your eggs with avocado, cherry tomatoes, fennel leaves, and some crumbled goat cheese will bring a hint of summer to your Easter breakfast.

For the Eggs Benedict California recipe, click here.

Extravagant Goat Cheese Caper Scramble

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Extravagant Goat Cheese Caper Scramble

This recipe doesn’t take any longer than cooking your regular scrambled eggs, but the result is so much more indulgent. Goat cheese is melted in with the eggs, and salty capers are sprinkled on top, for an extravagant but incredibly easy egg-based breakfast.

For the Extravagant Goat Cheese Caper Scramble recipe, click here.

Individual Baked Eggs

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Individual Baked Eggs

These beautiful individual servings of baked eggs take less than 20 minutes of prep time, and the oven does the rest of the work for you. Change the ingredients as much or as little as you wish, or lay out a baked egg breakfast bar and let everyone design his or her own breakfast.

For the Individual Baked Eggs recipe, click here.

Julia Child’s Scrambled Omelette

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Julia Child’s Scrambled Omelette

Julia Child’s classic scrambled omelette can be ready to serve in under five minutes, once you’ve got your omelette cooking technique sorted. Top with a simple tablespoon of melted butter, or your favorite combination of ham, cheese, and herbs, depending on just how fancy you’re feeling.

For Julia Child’s Scrambled Omelette recipe, click here.

Open-Faced Scrambled Egg Sandwich With Spinach and Feta

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Open-Faced Scrambled Egg Sandwich With Spinach and Feta

This wonderful one-pan dish combines wilted greens, ripe cherry tomatoes, softly-scrambled eggs, and crumbly feta. All of these delicious ingredients are served atop a freshly toasted slice of bread for a quick, healthy, and flavorful open-faced breakfast sandwich.

For the Open-Faced Scrambled Egg Sandwich With Spinach and Feta recipe, click here.

Salmon, Avocado, and Bagel Eggs Benedict

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Salmon, Avocado, and Bagel Eggs Benedict

This dish is what dreams are made of: half a bagel topped with smoked salmon, avocado, slices of tomato, a perfectly poached egg, and a generous serving of hollandaise. It’s much easier to make than it sounds: All you need to cook is the egg and the hollandaise for this favorite springtime breakfast.

For the Salmon, Avocado, and Bagel Eggs Benedict recipe, click here.

Spring Hash With Eggs Sunny Side-Up

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Spring Hash With Eggs Sunny Side-Up

Add a hint of green to your breakfast hash by mixing in zucchini and chopped dill with those potatoes. Topped with a couple of eggs served sunny side-up, this is an impressive breakfast, where the only really hands-on work you need to do is to grate the hash ingredients.

For the Spring Hash With Eggs Sunny Side-Up recipe, click here.

World’s Best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit

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World’s Best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit

Start the Easter eating festivities in the heartiest way with this rich, bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit. We promise you it’s the best in the world: Just try it for yourself and you’ll see what we’re talking about.

For the World’s Best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit Sandwich recipe, click here.

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No Time for Easter Brunch? These 11 Egg Dishes Are Great for Easter Breakfast