You can't go wrong with this classic breakfast entrée. Have them prepared and ready to go on small plates for guests to grab and enjoy.
Peanut Butter and Jelly French Toast Sticks
The combination of two mealtime favorites: sweet and salty peanut butter and jelly with savory French toast sticks. This is sure to be a hit with kids.
Wasabi Bloody Marys
Get the meal started on a spicy note with these classic sippers. Create a bloody mary bar for friends and family to top the drinks with their favorites.
Vodka Cocktails: The Bloody Mary
Instead of the spicy version, whip up our classic recipes. Learn how in this video!
Chorizo Deviled Eggs
Every brunch needs some sort of deviled egg! With so many varieties, it's hard to go wrong. Not to mention they're super easy to make.
How to Decorate for Easter
Get into the springtime holiday spirit with these decorating tips!
Bacon and Cheese Frittata
This versatile dish is great for breakfast or lunch -- making it an ideal brunch pick. Add your favorite toppings into the filling or have guests make requests to fit their palettes.
Roasted Potatoes & Peppers
Savory potatoes and spicy peppers make a great side to any brunch entrée. Rub the potatoes with your favorite spice mix pre-cooking to personalize the taste.
How to Make a Frittata
Learn to make this breakfast basic with the help of our how-to video.
Brown-Sugar-Glazed Ham with Pineapple
Sweet and juicy ham is a staple brunch menu item. Pre-cut a few slices, but leave the rest of the ham untouched to help keep it warm.
Tortilla-Crusted Goat Cheese-and-Asparagus Quiche
Skip the scrambled eggs and class up your brunch dish with a fluffy quiche. The best part: You can add as many ingredients as you like!
Bananas and walnuts stud this quick and easy-to-make breakfast favorite. Make extras to send with the kids for a midday snack.
Take in the spring weather and give your bird a smoky flavor by cooking it on a grill. Once the woodchips are smoking, throw the turkey in and close the lid. Remember to rotate it hourly to spread the taste and avoid burning. Brining the turkey pre-cook will help keep the moisture intact while it cooks.
Cinnamon Raisin Rolls
The sweetest breakfast treat you can offer is a gooey, icing-topped cinnamon roll. Place a bowl of pecans next to the serving dish so guests can top their roll as desired.
Hot Fudge Easter Sundaes
Set up a sundae bar at brunch for a sweet ending to your spectacular meal! Bonus: It gets kids involved and gives them something to do post-egg hunt
Scrambled Egg Pizza
Most eggs are hardboiled, dyed, and decorated this time of the year, but keep some out for this breakfast pizza. It packs plenty of flavor and is ready in no time!
How to Cook Easter Dinner
Learn how to feed your entire family this Easter with the help of our how-to video.
Easter Egg Ideas
Take egg decorating to the next level with these out-of-the-box ideas.