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A Delicious Easter Brunch Menu You’ll Love!

You’re going to love these recipe ideas for an Easter brunch menu with suggestions to make all the recipes fit into any low-carb lifestyle!

Do you entertain for Easter?

Our family loves to go to the early service on Easter morning, and there’s nothing better than coming home and having brunch!

In fact, brunch food is some of my favorite food.

So when our monthly dinner club started talking about this month’s theme, we all agreed an Easter brunch would be so much fun.

Did you see all the pretty ideas for setting a beautiful table for an Easter brunch?

I can’t wait to give some of them a try!

Today we’re all sharing a recipe that’s perfect for a spring brunch, from cocktail, to appetizer, to main dish, side dishes, and dessert.

Truly everything you need for a delicious meal.

We think these recipes all look so amazing!

If you’ve been around Simply2Moms for a while, then you know we both follow a Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle, if you do too, I’m giving you some tips to easily prepare each of these recipe ideas with a THM twist.

Here’s a Sneak Peek at the Menu We’re Sharing

Collage of dishes to serve for an Easter brunch

Each dish looks more delicious than the next, don’t you think?

The key to all our recipes: we try to keep them simple, with bonus points for make-ahead dishes!

After all, you want to spend time enjoying your guests, not working in the kitchen.

Welcome to Our Themed Party Group!

If you’re new around here, we’re Anne and AnnMarie, two moms who are lucky enough to be besties and neighbors.

two woman standing in field arms crossed across chests shoulder to shoulder

Anne (the short one with the shorter name!) is in white, and AnnMarie is in black. 🙂

We work together to share simple and budget-friendly ideas for decoratingrecipesDIY projects, and tips for life with older teens (and beyond!).

You can read more about us and our families over here.

And we would love to learn more about you! Be sure to say “hi” in the comments below and tell us where you’re visiting from.

But that’s enough about us, Let’s take a look at this menu!

Appetizer: Caramelized Pear Flatbread

Wood board with Caramelized Pear Flabread from Stacy Ling of Bricks'n'Blooms

Our friend Stacy from Bricks’n’Blooms is Italian and she always has some delicious recipes!

This Caramelized Pear Flatbread sounds amazing, don’t you think?

What a wonderful way to start a meal with friends!

I think I’ll use a crust made from mozzarella cheese like this one as the base when I make this recipe.

Cocktail: Grapefruit Mimosas

Champagne flutes with Grapefruit Mimosas by The Ponds Farmhouse

We both love a good mimosa, and this recipe for Grapefruit Mimosas from our friend Rachel and The Ponds Farmhouse sounds wonderful!

Not to mention, isn’t it pretty?

It’s the perfect cocktail for an Easter brunch.

Use fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice sweetened with your favorite low-carb sweetener to keep the carb count low for this yummy cocktail.

Main Course: Veggie Brunch Quiche

Overhead view of a slice of brunch quiche on a place setting for an Easter brunch Vintage Home Designs

When I think of brunch, one dish that always pops into my head is quiche.

Our friend Michele from Vintage Home Designs is sharing a recipe filled with veggies (after all they’re in the name!)

We think you’ll love her recipe for a Veggie Brunch Quiche.

You can make this recipe with a keto crust, or skip the crust altogether if you’re a Trim Healthy Mama.

Side Dish: Cheesy Hashbrown Casserole

Plate with serving of Cheesy Hashbrown Casserole from Midwest Life and Style

One of my favorite breakfast foods at Cracker Barrel (besides bacon!) is their hashbrown casserole.

Our friend Jen from Midwest Life and Style is sharing a delicious Cheesy Hashbrown Casserole recipe that reminds me of that delicious dish!

If you follow a low-carb lifestyle, you can easily swap diced cauliflower for the potatoes.

Side Dish: Asparagus Bacon Egg Mini Croissants

Plate with Asparagus Bacon Egg Mini Croissants from Cottage on Bunker Hill

We have so many blogging friends and we invite one to join us each month to introduce you to them!

This month, Jennifer, from The Cottage on Bunker Hill, is sharing her tablescape and recipe for our Easter brunch menu.

We got to meet Jennifer in real life at The Haven Conference and she is such a joy to be around!

Be sure to check out her blog for all kinds of creative and simple craft ideas and fantastic decorating tips.

Jennifer is sharing a tasty recipe for Asparagus Bacon Egg Mini Croissants.

If you avoid carbs, check out these keto croissants to make her yummy recipe!

Dessert: Blueberry Lemon Delight

Small jars filled with low carb keto Blueberry Lemon Delight Parfaits on a table garnished with lemon zest

We love a good dessert, don’t you?

This month we’ve whipped up a variation on the old Blueberry Lush recipe.

You’re gonna love these Blueberry Lemon Delight Partfaits!

The recipe includes directions so you can either make it keto-friendly or with sugar.

More Themed Party Inspiration

We’ve been sharing themed party ideas for over a year now, so there are all kinds of ideas for you to enjoy!

This is where you can see all our themes, including decorations and menus.

If you have any questions or suggestions, contact me or leave a comment!

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Asparagus, Bacon, and Egg Croissants - Cottage On Bunker Hill

Tuesday 25th of July 2023

[…] up is my favorite part of any meal…dessert!! You have to check out Simply2Moms delicious Blueberry Lemon Delight Parfaits Fun fact, if I had to choose between a meal and dessert…dessert will always win […]


Monday 28th of March 2022

Lots of good yummy stuff! Everything looks so delicious. I will have to give some a try.


Tuesday 29th of March 2022

Hi Tammy! Thanks so much for checking out our post! I hope you enjoy these recipes too!


Saturday 26th of March 2022

Ummm…yes, please. I have a serious PCP can’t wait to try this recipe. It looks amazing! I pinned it to my Pinterest boards to save for later.


Monday 28th of March 2022

Thanks for pinning Jen! All the recipes sound so good!!


Saturday 26th of March 2022

These look delicious and I love them in the little jars! And blueberry and lemon are a match made in heaven! Can't wait to try it.


Monday 28th of March 2022

Let us know what you think of the recipe! Anne made these and left 2 at my house...they were gone in a good!! :)

Carolyn Patrinicola

Saturday 26th of March 2022

Your menu looks and sounds wonderful, My mouth is watatering, but I’d just like to suggest a few additions for Easter/Spring symbolism, perhaps to add next year or even suggest as additions: Hot Cross Buns, Pickled Eggs with the beets included or omitted at the table, and a salad perhaps with fresh asparagus, to bring more bright greens & some tang! The buns are a fun activity with children of all ages! The eggs are great long after Easter. I buy them year round at my grocery store for lunch! As always, your ideas are over the top! Love, Mom


Monday 28th of March 2022

Hi Carolyn - Thanks so much for your suggestions. This Easter menu is the collaboration of all 6 bloggers in one post...isn't that so fun!? This way we each get to choose a recipe (main course, side dishes, appetizer, dessert, drink) that creates one delicious menu each month. Thanks again for your support of our means so much to us!