If you are planning your Easter festivities, here are 6 Brunch Recipes for Easter to help you plan your Easter Brunch Recipes menu.
Today I’m in charge of the cocktail and it wouldn’t really be brunch without a delicious Mimosa Recipe. Am I right?
Yesterday, I shared several recipes for Mimosa’s on this post. However, for todays menu, I sharing the Grapefruit Mimosa that’s a crowd favorite.
Pretty in Pink
The pink grapefruit mimosa looks pretty on the otherwise black and white table. Did you see the Easter Brunch table settings? If you missed them, you can see all 6 here.
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Easter Brunch Recipes
Each month all my Supper Club friends provide one dish for the menu on a rotating basis.
Here is the full menu for this months Easter Brunch Theme.
- Grapefruit Mimosa
- Caramelized Pear Flat Bread
- Veggie Brunch Quiche
- Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole
- Asparagus, bacon & egg mini croissants
- Blueberry Lemon Delight Parfaits
We begin our Supper Menu with a fun cocktail and today I’m sharing my favorite Grapefruit Mimosa Recipe.
You only need champagne, 100% grapefruit and garnish.
You can use fresh squeezed grapefruit it desired, however Simply Grapefruit works great for me.
Fill each glass with approx. 1 1/2 oz. of chilled grapefruit juice.
Top with approx. 3 oz. of champagne.
Garnish with grapefruit wedges and mint leaves.
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- 1 1/2 oz. chilled 100% grapefruit juice
- 3 oz. chilled champagne
- grapefruit wedge
- fresh mint leaves or thyme
- Pour grapefruit juice into a champagne flute
- Top with champagne
- garnish with a grapefruit wedge & mint leaves
100% Grapefruit Juice can be fresh squeezed or purchased provided it is real grapefruit juice and not a grapefruit drink.
Serving Size4 1/2 oz.
Amount Per Serving Calories 72
Easter Brunch Appetizer
Today’s appetizer is a yummy Caramelized Pear Flatbread and comes from Stacy at Brick N Blooms. I can’t wait to try this recipe.
This months Easter Brunch hostess is Michele at Vintage Home Designs. Her main dish is this delicious looking Veggie Brunch Quiche.
Easter Brunch Recipes – Side Dishes
Each month we include two side dish recipes to complete the menu.
First, is Jenn from Midwest Life & Style with her Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole Recipe! Doesn’t it look yummy!
And our guest host this month is Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill. She is sharing one of her favorite recipes for a brunch, Asparagus, Bacon & Egg Mini Croissants.
Now my favorite part!
It’s time for dessert!
Anne & AnnMarie from Simply 2 Mom’s shared these amazing Lemon Blueberry Delight Parfaits. I’ll be making this asap.
That completes this months Easter Brunch Recipes. I hope you enjoyed our Easter Brunch Theme.
If you are wanting to plan a girlfriends brunch, you might enjoy How to Plan Girlfriend Time or check out our Galentine’s Brunch Menu from last year. Both will give you some great brunch recipes and ideas for planning your own brunch.
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