6 Deceptively Easy Recipes For You To Nail Easter Brunch

1. Cucumber Lemonade

1. Cucumber Lemonade

Even though we all want to immediately reach for a mimosa, your party needs a festive non-alcoholic beverage, as well. This cucumber lemonade isn’t difficult to make, and it’s perfectly refreshing for an outdoor brunch.




2. Soft Boiled Eggs and Asparagus Soldiers

2. Soft Boiled Eggs and Asparagus Soldiers




While your guests mingle, make sure they have some hor d’oevres to munch on. Some soft boiled eggs and meat-wrapped asparagus is a simple way to look like you slaved in the kitchen all morning.

3. Ricotta and Salmon Crostini

3. Ricotta and Salmon Crostini

Crostini appetizers are some of the easiest to prepare for your guests, and this one is sure to be a hit. Just a few ingredients make this hor d’oeuvre a delicious treat that looks gourmet.

4. Mimosa Bar

4. Mimosa Bar

Once your guests have had some food to munch on and a refreshing drink to hydrate them, break out this mimosa bar. A selection of different fresh juices to mix with their champagne, other than the usual OJ, is a creative twist on this classic brunch cocktail. For extra flare, cut up some fresh fruit as a garnish to compliment each drink.

5. Whiskey and Honey Glazed Ham

5. Whiskey and Honey Glazed Ham

This one might have the most ingredients, but it is not too much of a challenge to make, and it will blow your guests away. Follow this very detailed recipe, and your guests will be sure to eat every last bite.

6. Cadbury Creme Egg Brownies

6. Cadbury Creme Egg Brownies

This dessert is your favorite Easter candy teamed up with your favorite chocolate dessert. Let’s just hope your guests still have room for dessert.