Easter Brunch Menu - Breakfast and Brunch Express #62 April 2012
Thursday April 5, 2012
This month: In this issue of the Breakfast and Brunch Express, find favorites for Easter brunch like breakfast casseroles, fruit tarts, and more.
Are you in need of a few last minute Easter brunch ideas for guests this weekend?
Aside from eating the ears off of chocolate bunnies and malted milk ball speckled eggs (my personal favorite) you
are probably going to want something a bit more substantial if you are having guests this weekend.
A breakfast casserole is a nice easy choice because you can make them ahead the night before and bake them
in the morning. That means not having to mess up your entire kitchen for breakfast or brunch.
The breakfast casseroles listed below are favorites of mine because they do not use bread in them and instead use hash browns
for the filling. I find this to be a more satisfying brunch item than many of the breakfast casseroles that use a lot of bread.
There are also a few easy recipe ideas for fruit, muffins, and coffee cake.
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Easter Brunch Ideas
Choose one of these easy breakfast casseroles to start the meal.
Make-Ahead Breakfast Casserole
A make-ahead breakfast casserole made with bacon, ham, hash brown potato patties,
mushrooms, eggs, and cheddar cheese. Perfect for those who love ham.
Sausage Breakfast Casserole
A breakfast casserole recipe made with Italian sausage, hash brown potatoes, cheddar cheese,
sour cream, and French fried onions. Serve this dish for a hearty breakfast or brunch. A nice alternative for those who do not care for ham.
Choose one of these fruits to go with the breakfast casserole.
Breakfast Fruit Compote
This fruit compote is made with a generous mix of prunes, apples, raisins and oranges. Served chilled,
this fruit recipe is a nice addition to add color and flavor to your breakfast or brunch table.
Mixed Fruit Tarts
A recipe for fruit tarts using mini pastry shells, vanilla coconut filling, and topped with
fresh summer fruits of blueberries and cherries. Serve this fruit recipe for breakfast or brunch.
Add in muffins or a coffee cake.
Blueberry Muffins with Cream Cheese
A delicious blueberry muffin recipe made with cream
cheese, eggs, and heavy cream that give the muffins a moist, creamy texture. This is not your standard blueberry muffin!
Old-Fashioned Crumb Coffee Cake
This tender crumb coffee cake is made with eggs,
milk, butter, and sugar and has a sugar crumb crust. I really enjoy this one, the flavor is wonderful.
Cookbooks for Summer Fruits
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