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11 Recipes for Easter Brunch

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Funeral Potatoes

Funeral Potatoes A name like, "Funeral Potatoes," might scare you a bit, but you have nothing to worry about. This is a cheesy potato casserole recipe that gets its name from the place where it is often served - funerals. This easy hash brown casserole is great for travel, so bring it to an upcoming potluck. Friends and relatives will thank you for bringing it with you. It is also a great dish to have at Easter and can be made with or without a crunchy topping.


Monte Cristo Easter Brunch Casserole

Monte Cristo Easter Brunch Casserole Monte Cristo Easter Brunch Casserole is an ideal recipe for holiday brunches. Different sliced meats really complement the fruit and sweet crust of this holiday casserole. Plus, what's better than a breakfast topped with powdered sugar? This recipe easily serves 10-15 people so you know that there will be more than enough to go around.


Carrot Cake Poke Cake

Carrot Cake Poke Cake This special poke cake recipe will be the star of your Easter line-up. Carrot Cake Poke Cake is a divine dessert that takes your favorite spring cake recipe and turns it up a notch. The cake is filled with sweetened condensed milk and topped with a vanilla cream cheese frosting. Add a healthy dose of caramel sauce and pecans to make it complete. After you make this for Easter this year, you will never be able to have Easter without it.


"11 Recipes for Easter Brunch" Free eCookbook

11 Recipes for Easter Brunch Free eCookbook Preparing a holiday feast is easy when you have the right tools. If you have a solid menu (and a few helping hands), then you're ready for anything. This year, use our free eCookbook, 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch, as a guide for planning your Easter brunch menu. It's filled with delicious recipes with eggs, recipes with ham, recipes for quiche, and bite-sized recipes for Easter brunch. All are easy to make and all will be well-received.


Birthday Quiche

Birthday Quiche Breakfast quiche recipes are wonderful for brunch or the holidays. This Birthday Quiche is up for the task. It's filled with cubed ham, zucchini, and mushrooms. The flaky crust really puts it over the top. It serves four to six people, so if you're having more company over, you better make two. Who can say "no" to a good quiche recipe, anyway?


Lemon-Mastiha Tiramisu

LemonMastiha Tiramisu Lemon-Mastiha Tiramisu is one of the best Easter dessert recipes you could make. This tiramisu recipe uses Greek Mastiha liqueur. This alcohol is as special to the Greeks as Limoncello is to the Italians. The lemon and chocolate flavors in this no bake dessert will delight your tongue but won't weigh you down like your Easter meal surely did. You must try this for your next holiday get-together.


Pineapple Cheesecake Carrot Cake Bars

Pineapple Cheesecake Carrot Cake Bars For such a delicious homemade carrot cake recipe, you'll be surprised at how easy it is to make. Pineapple Cheesecake Carrot Cake Bars have three basic components a carrot cake "crust," pineapple juice, and a cheesecake topping. Add some shredded coconut at the very end and you're left with one heavenly spring dessert. If you like carrot cake, then you can't miss out on these bars.


Blue Velvet Easter Bunny Bars

Blue Velvet Easter Bunny Bars These Blue Velvet Easter Bunny Bars are the perfect things to make for a quick Easter dessert. This is a cost-effective and low time commitment dessert because it is one of those 5-ingredient recipes. You can make these delicious bars with blue velvet cake mix, eggs, butter, and two types of Easter candy. If you need a simple Easter dessert, this is the recipe for you. They are sure to be popular with your holiday guests because of their unique color.


Cadbury Egg Cookie Dough Brownies

Cadbury Egg Cookie Dough Brownies These Cadbury Egg Cookie Dough Brownies are one of the most creative Easter dessert recipes. These will be done in under an hour so that you can end your holiday with a cute dessert that will impress your guests. They are made from scratch with a classic batter, but they aren't difficult to make. You will love the cookie dough topping that serves as a rich frosting. Plus, you can indulge all you want because the dough isn't made with raw eggs. To top it all off, mini Cadbury eggs are the finishing touch to this ultra cute chocolate dessert.


Ham and Asparagus Strata

Ham and Asparagus Strata Here's a strata recipe that's perfect to serve company. Why? Because it's simple to make and looks elegant. Ham and Asparagus Strata requires eggs, as all strata do, ham for protein, and asparagus for nutrition and a pop of color. It's so versatile, it could be served for breakfast or lunch. Seems like the perfect thing for brunch, actually. You and your guests will love this casserole.


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