Easter Brunch Recipes

Celebrate Easter Sunday with easy brunch recipes from Food Network.

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Classic Cinnamon Rolls

These classic rolls are way better than anything the Easter bunny is bringing — we promise. Cinnamon roll dough needs to rest overnight, so start making these a day before you want to serve them.

Get the Recipe: Classic Cinnamon Rolls

Sticky Monkey Bread

Make a homemade sweet-roll dough and layer on top of a pecan mixture. Bake until all of the bread is puffed and golden brown.

Get the Recipe: Sticky Monkey Bread

Frittata with Asparagus, Tomato, and Fontina

Frittatas are very versatile and are good hot, cold or in a sandwich. A touch of cream will make your eggs turn out nice and fluffy.

Get the Recipe: Frittata with Asparagus, Tomato, and Fontina

Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Your brunch spread isn't complete without this cozy coffee cake. Sour cream may seem like a strange addition, but it ensures the end product is super moist.

Get the Recipe: Sour Cream Coffee Cake

Bunny Butt Carrot Cake Pancakes

These pancakes incorporate all of the familiar flavors of carrot cake, including cream cheese frosting, into one adorable breakfast. We like them best with honey, but you may also serve them with maple syrup.

Get the Recipe: Bunny Butt Carrot Cake Pancakes

Potato Nests with Peas, Ham and Cream Cheese

This elegant appetizer comes together easily with simple, time-saving ingredients. Frozen hash browns are pressed into mini muffin tins and baked into crispy nests filled with ham, lemony cream cheese, and peas.

Get the Recipe: Potato Nests with Peas, Ham and Cream Cheese

Banana Crunch Muffins

Don't get up at 4am to make these muffins. Make the muffin mix the night before and then scoop and bake on Easter morning.

Get the Recipe: Banana Crunch Muffins

Ricotta, Ham and Scallion Tart

This simple brunch-perfect tart starts with a store-bought pizza crust. Fill it with creamy ricotta, ham, egg and scallions.

Get the Recipe: Ricotta, Ham and Scallion Tart

Hot Cross Buns

Make these fresh sweet buns part of your Easter tradition. Plumped currants and lemon zest-spiked glaze dress these up for the holiday.

Get the Recipe: Hot Cross Buns

Asparagus and Cheese Tart

Take advantage of fresh asparagus by making this impressive springtime tart.

Get the Recipe: Asparagus and Cheese Tart

Easter Bread

Make this airy bread the day before, and if you have any left over, make amazing French toast with it the day after.

Get the Recipe: Easter Bread

Lemon-Ricotta Pancakes

Giada adds lemon and ricotta to buttermilk pancakes for a tangy burst of fresh flavor in everyone's favorite breakfast dish.

Get the Recipe: Lemon-Ricotta Pancakes

Radish and Smoked Salmon Tart

Guests are sure to be in awe when they lay eyes on this colorful spring tart. To make the eye-catching filling, toss and coat your salmon and radishes in vinegar, tarragon, parsley and garlic-herb cheese spread. Sprinkle with flaky sea salt and dig right in.

Get the Recipe: Radish and Smoked Salmon Tart

Biscuits With Cream Gravy, Sausage and Scrambled Eggs

If you're craving a scratch-made all-American breakfast, Bobby's recipe will hit the spot. We're pretty sure you're never going back to store-bought breakfast sausage once you try this version.

Get the Recipe: Biscuits With Cream Gravy, Sausage and Scrambled Eggs

Strawberry Muffins

Use the first strawberries of the season in Ina's super-easy muffins.

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Muffins

Hot Cross Buns

Ree delivers batches of her Hot Cross Buns to friends and family on Good Friday because, "it's supposed to ensure blessings and lasting friendship all throughout the year." We bet anyone attending your Easter brunch would have to agree.

Get the Recipe: Hot Cross Buns

Grilled Asparagus with Poached Egg, Parmigiano and Lemon Zest

Although it may not seem like it, poached eggs are the perfect make-ahead brunch. You cook them just enough to set ahead of time and store in cold water. When it's time to eat, you (gently) drop them back in simmering water to warm through and breakfast is served.

Get the Recipe: Grilled Asparagus with Poached Egg, Parmigiano and Lemon Zest

French Toast Casserole with Brown Sugar-Walnut Crumble

This is a glorious dish to make for brunch guests: You soak the bread in eggs overnight, so the next morning all you have to do is top the casserole with streusel and bake. The overnight soak makes the finished French toast almost like a custardy souffle.

Get the Recipe: French Toast Casserole with Brown Sugar-Walnut Crumble

Spiced Avocado Toast with Citrus-Cured Salmon and Poached Egg

Spice-poached eggs, citrus-cured salmon, everything spice and a homemade arugula pesto make this avocado toast fancy enough for Easter brunch.

Get the Recipe: Spiced Avocado Toast with Citrus-Cured Salmon and Poached Egg

Coffee Brandy Frappe

Strongly brewed coffee and brandy combine to form this perfect-for-the-morning frappe. To balance out the bold coffee flavor, add in a 1/2 ounce of creme de cacao and a pinch of cinnamon.

Get the Recipe: Coffee Brandy Frappe

Bobby's Carrot-Orange Mimosas

Take a page from Bobby's brunch playbook and serve this sweet take on a classic mimosa. To make it, Bobby mixes carrot and fresh orange juice with chilled champagne. For even more whimsy, top each flute with carrot greens. Who knows, maybe the Easter bunny will stop by for one, too!

Get the Recipe: Carrot-Orange Mimosas

Orange-Mint Rum Fizz

Not only is this frothy cocktail done in just 10 minutes, it's also filled with golden rum, tart orange and lime juice, heavy cream and seltzer to give your brunch a fun and bubbly boost.

Get the Recipe: Orange-Mint Rum Fizz

Mushroom Dutch Baby with Chorizo Potatoes

Spicy chorizo, crisp potatoes and tender mushrooms put a savory twist on this puffy pancake.

Get the Recipe: Mushroom Dutch Baby with Chorizo Potatoes

Chocolate-Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread

This sweet pull-apart bread is perfect for a holiday brunch. Chocolate, cinnamon and vanilla combine to make it a decadent crowd-pleasing treat.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate-Cinnamon Pull-Apart Bread

Blueberry-Cream Cheese Pull-Apart Bread

A lemony cream cheese filling pairs with fresh, tart blueberries in this family-friendly breakfast treat.

Get the Recipe: Blueberry-Cream Cheese Pull-Apart Bread

Bloody Caesars

A Bloody Caesar is a slight variation on the traditional Bloody Mary. It's made with Clamato juice instead of the usual tomato juice.

Get the Recipe: Bloody Caesars

Cherry Coffee

For an extra-special touch, top your coffee with a sweet cherry cream, jarred sour cherries and a sprinkle of cocoa powder.

Get the Recipe: Cherry Coffee

Crop Tart

Eat the rainbow with this colorful dish. Though we radishes, carrots, onions and asparagus, they can easily be substituted by whatever produce you have on hand.

Get the Recipe: Crop Tart

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