The Best Easter Brunch Recipes That'll Have Everyone Hopping Over To The Table

Traditions make holidays even more special. For kids, Easter is all about waiting for the Easter Bunny to arrive, enjoying all of the sweet goodies in their Easter baskets, and hunting for eggs in the backyard. When navigating the adulting world, holidays are all about coming together with family around the table to sip and enjoy some great conversation and tasty treats.

If Sunday brunching is one of your favorite hobbies, you're already one step ahead of the game at hosting Easter this year. In fact, you may already be pinning mimosas and bloody Marys onto your holiday Pinterest board as you're getting solid inspiration for table displays and pretty spirits. But as far as recipes are concerned, you might be feeling overwhelmed with so many delicious choices for casseroles, meats, and sweets. 

Don't stress, because we've taken the time to choose some of our favorite brunch recipes that will make your holiday planning a breeze. So hop to it and check out these scrumptious dishes for your Easter menu.

Instant Pot snickerdoodle French toast casserole is a brunch staple

What's a brunch spread without French toast? Put a sweet twist on this beloved classic by making our Instant Pot snickerdoodle French toast casserole. Everyone will rave about the snickerdoodle spin on this dish, so be sure to double the recipe so you have plenty to enjoy.

The ingredients include brioche bread, eggs, brown sugar, heavy cream, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, vanilla extract, and salt. If you haven't made French toast with brioche bread before, you're in for a real treat. Don't forget maple syrup and powdered sugar so your guests can pour on some extra sweetness.

Banana pancakes were meant for the weekend ... and Easter brunch

Banana pancakes were made for the weekend and should most definitely be part of your Easter brunch menu. Our recipe for quick banana pancakes takes only 30 minutes to whip up, and the ingredients include flour, ground cinnamon, nutmeg, sea salt, baking powder, milk, brown sugar, bananas, an egg, vanilla extract, vegetable oil, and walnuts. Don't be shy when it comes to pouring on the maple syrup.

This stack of pancakes will look almost too pretty to eat. They'll basically be begging for you to take a picture before you dig in, so snap away.

Egg muffins are almost too adorable to eat

These egg muffins are just too cute to not have on your brunch display. They resemble mini quiches and are prepared with eggs, cherry tomatoes, cheddar cheese, feta cheese, parsley, spinach, salt, and pepper. Our recipe is pretty simple to whip up, and each guest can have their very own "muffin." They are scrumptious to eat and will look super appetizing when put together on a pretty glass platter, complete with a paper doily, or even spread out on two different platters to balance out your colorful food buffet. Consider adding a few cherry tomatoes and a few fresh basil leaves for a very professional touch on the sides of your serving platter.

Blackberry cobbler adds buttery goodness to your Easter spread

Blackberry cobbler is always a good idea for dessert. Not only is our recipe dangerously delicious, but it will also add a beautiful pop of purple color to your brunch spread. Filled with crunchy, sweet, buttery goodness, your guests will be coming back for second ... and even third helpings.

You will need blackberries, cinnamon, and sugar for the filling, which will be covered with a mixture of cornstarch and water before boiling. We all know the best part of cobbler is the crumble topping, which will require flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, butter, and buttermilk. Digging into this treat will certainly be one of the sweetest endings to everyone's Easter Sunday.

British scones are oh so posh

Your Easter brunch will instantly become perfectly posh if these British scones are added to the mix. Be sure you have all the ingredients on hand, including flour, unsalted butter, baking powder, granulated sugar, milk, one egg, and salt to bring these buttery, flaky treats to life. Put your biscuits in an adorable basket, or better yet, if you have a tiered cake stand, they will look so picture-ready. (Clotted cream and an assortment of jams are necessary.)

Every Easter brunch needs a basket of fresh blueberry muffins

There's nothing quite like a basket of fresh blueberry muffins straight out of the oven to make a well-rounded brunch. Our recipe for blueberry muffins trumps all the rest, with its streusel topping that is seriously divine. Round up your ingredients such as brown and white sugar, flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, two eggs, oil, milk, fresh blueberries, and butter. As far as the blueberries are concerned, the bigger and juicer, the better.

Breakfast casserole is a savory treat

To balance out your sweet dishes on the table, this breakfast casserole that includes sausage and cheesy goodness is a perfect choice. All you'll need for this recipe will be eggs, milk, ground breakfast sausage, white bread, cheddar cheese, chives, salt, and pepper. The best thing about a breakfast casserole is that you can prepare it and make a mess of the kitchen the night before your gathering. Then, the day of your Easter brunch, you can simply pull it out of the fridge, and bake right before your guests arrive — no mess to worry about.