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"11 Recipes for Easter Brunch" Free eCookbook
By: Emily Racette, Editor, AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com
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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.
Whether you're hosting the whole family at your house or you have to bring one dish to someone else's, you'll find the perfect recipe(s) in 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch. You'll find a delightful Eggs Benedict Casserole (p. 6) that will impress the other guests. If you're feeding a crowd, this is the way to go. Can you imagine serving traditional Eggs Benedict to more than 5 people? That would be too much work. Here's a tradition that is worth keeping: ham. Our recipes, however, don't require you to make a whole ham; deli ham is what you'll need. Keep on reading to learn about our Monte Cristo Easter Brunch Casserole that uses both honey ham and smoked turkey. The third chapter in this eCookbook features quiches because, after all, what kind of brunch doesn't have a quiche? We end with a couple of bite-sized recipes. They'll be a welcome addition to your table because not only are they delicious, but they're adorable, too. You'll find all of these features and more in our eCookbook, 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch, so download your free copy today!
Keep on reading to learn what else this eCookbook has to offer. Then, download your free copy today in order to plan your perfect Easter brunch.
Here are some egg-cellent recipes for Easter brunch!
11 Recipes for Easter Brunch
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Eggs will always find their way into brunch, and since it's Easter brunch, we've included our fanciest breakfast recipes with eggs. For starters, we have a lovely Eggs Benedict Casserole (p. 6, pictured above). It's a bit tedious serving Eggs Benedict to a big crowd, so making it in a casserole form is a brilliant idea. You can even prepare it ahead of time, giving you more time in the morning to take care of other business. Breakfast Croissant Nests (p. 7, pictured) are another great option. You'll be happy to know that although they look fancy, they're quite easy to make. Just break out your muffin tins and assemble the eggs and croissants. As if that weren't enough, a wonderful Dijon cream sauce is served alongside it. When you download 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch, you'll find the full recipes just described as well as two more awesome egg bakes. In fact, one recipe is actually called Egg Bakes (p. 9, pictured), which are adorable individual egg casseroles. The recipe serves one person, so just make one for every guest you have. They're incredibly simple but will still be a crowd pleaser. If you like a little kick in your breakfasts, then you'll love our final recipe: Chile Cheese Egg Bake (p. 8, pictured). Green chilies add some spiciness to an otherwise subtle dish. And there you have it. Four incredible recipes with eggs that are perfect for your Easter brunch.
For heartier Easter brunch recipes, check out our three recipes with ham. They're a bit more filling than the recipes with eggs, and are sure to satisfy anyone's Easter cravings. Monte Cristo Easter Brunch Casserole (p. 10, pictured) starts off this chapter. Not only does it have honey ham, but smoked turkey adds an appearance as well. The slices of meat are layered between Swiss cheese, and a custard mixture is poured on top. This dish serves 10 to 15 people, so everyone will be able to grab a piece (and everyone will want to). Ham and Cheese Breakfast Bake (p. 11, pictured) is another fantastic recipe to add to your brunch table. Sliced Black Forest Ham is one of the six ingredients. Yes, you only need six ingredients to make this dish. Bacon is another one, because everything is better with bacon, right? Our final recipe is a Simple Potato and Ham Casserole (p. 12, pictured). It uses soup, like a typical casserole, and diced ham and potatoes. This is a fun recipe for brunch, but you could easily make it the next day if you have leftover ham to use up. Download 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch to see the full recipes and then choose which one(s) you want to serve at Easter this year.
Recipes for quiche are popular dishes for brunch. They look fancy (like a pie!) and can be made with a variety of ingredients. The two recipes for quiche in this eCookbook, 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch, are quite enjoyable. Let's begin with Spinach Quiche with Bacon (p. 13, pictured). Already, you know it's going to be a hit; when has bacon ever been a bad idea? This quiche has other good qualities, too. It comes with directions on how to make a crust, though you could easily use a store-bought one if you'd like (we won't tell). Throw in some mushrooms, peppers, and spinach, and you'll have a filling quiche on your hands. Our second recipe in this chapter is technically not a quiche, but it's close. Caramelized Onion, Goat Cheese, and Herb Pie (p. 14, pictured) is more of a tart because it has less of a crust. It's a delightful vegetarian dish that will be a great addition to your brunch menu. Download this free eCookbook, 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch, and enjoy having these recipes right at your fingertips.
Finger foods are always a nice touch when entertaining. They're easy to eat and are just so darn cute! Your guests will absolutely adore these bite-sized treasures. The chapter begins with a traditional Italian Easter recipe, Pastiera di Pepperoni (p. 15, pictured). If you're not Italian, you may never have heard of this dish, but we're going to change that. The main ingredients are cut spaghetti, ricotta and Parmesan cheese, and pepperoni. Bake them in 8-ounce mason jars and give one to each guest. They'll be devoured before you know it. Our final recipe in this chapter is another fantastic brunch recipe. Breakfast Bruschetta Bake (p. 16, pictured) combines wonderful Italian and Mediterranean flavors to create a flavorful spread. You can either top each baguette slice with the bruschetta spread yourself or have each guest do their own. No matter how you do it, it will surely be a hit at your Easter brunch. So, there you have it. Download you free copy of 11 Recipes for Easter Brunch today and start planning your Easter brunch menu. With this eCookbook at your fingertips, you can't go wrong.
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