6 Simple Brunch Ideas for Easter Sunday

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Ryan Liebe

The beauty of Easter brunch is that it doesn’t have to be complicated. Simple salads, easy egg dishes and glazed ham can be delicious without too much effort in the kitchen, which gives you even more time to help kids hunt for eggs and plan everyone’s Easter baskets. Whether you’re scrambling to plan a whole Easter brunch menu or just need a few more things, these simple recipes will make your table holiday ready in no time.

Skip the whole ham this year and build a platter of individual sandwiches instead. The presentation couldn’t be prettier and you won’t have to slave over a hot oven all morning.

It wouldn’t be brunch without some eggs and Ina’s cheesy frittata is sure to hit the spot.

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CON POULOS

Pickled shallots add a zip to this classic spring ingredient and pink prosciutto turns it into a seasonally-colored presentation.

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Con Poulos

Make the dough in the morning and let it rest while you’re getting the house ready. Just before guests arrive pop them in the oven to bake. Your house will smell glorious.

No brunch is complete without a cocktail and Bobby’s bright mimosas add a gorgeous pop of color to your tablescape.

Start your guests off with a party trick. These appetizers may look like deviled eggs but one bite reveals they’re actually potatoes!

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