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23 Easter Brunch Recipes To Try This Year

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1. Hot Cross Buns

BYOButter + jam. Get the recipe.
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BYOButter + jam. Get the recipe.

2. Baked Eggs

Don't know how you want your eggs? Bake 'em. Get the recipe.
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Don't know how you want your eggs? Bake 'em. Get the recipe.

3. Ham, Gruyère, and Caramelized Onion Galette With a Fried Egg

Breakfast pizza FTW. Get the recipe.
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Breakfast pizza FTW. Get the recipe.

4. Crispy Salt and Pepper French Toast

See ya, syrup. Good morning, savory French toast. Get the recipe.
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See ya, syrup. Good morning, savory French toast. Get the recipe.

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5. Farmhouse Ham With a Mustard, Fennel, and Honey Glaze

Lamb not your main event? This ham will be. Get the recipe.
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Lamb not your main event? This ham will be. Get the recipe.

6. Cornbread Muffins

Biscuit lovers rejoice. Get the recipe.
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Biscuit lovers rejoice. Get the recipe.

7. Lamb Merguez

DIY Easter lamb. Get the recipe.
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DIY Easter lamb. Get the recipe.

8. Asparagus With Shallots, Chile, and Lemon

Make sure you round out your Peeps and chocolate bunnies with a couple greens. Get the recipe.
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Make sure you round out your Peeps and chocolate bunnies with a couple greens. Get the recipe.

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9. Monkey Bread

Put this in the center of your brunch table. Get the recipe.
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Put this in the center of your brunch table. Get the recipe.

10. Prosciutto and Goat Cheese Strata

Prosciutto and goat cheese = the keys to your strata game. Get the recipe.
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Prosciutto and goat cheese = the keys to your strata game. Get the recipe.

11. Slow-Baked Broccoli Frittata

Planning on scrambled eggs? Bake a frittata instead. Get the recipe.
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Planning on scrambled eggs? Bake a frittata instead. Get the recipe.

12. Pimento Cheese Soufflé

Put some South in your soufflé. Get the recipe.
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Put some South in your soufflé. Get the recipe.

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13. Shakshuka Focaccia

Toad in a hole, redesigned. Get the recipe.
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Toad in a hole, redesigned. Get the recipe.

14. Tomato-y, Yogurt-y Shakshuka

Tomato sauce isn't just for your pasta. Get the recipe.
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Tomato sauce isn't just for your pasta. Get the recipe.

15. Spanish Tortilla

Not your usual tortilla. Get the recipe.
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Not your usual tortilla. Get the recipe.

16. Lemony Cream Cheese Pancakes With Blueberries

It's the weekend, you deserve this. Get the recipe.
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It's the weekend, you deserve this. Get the recipe.

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17. King Arthur Flour's Never-Fail Biscuits

This is the recipe to turn to on a busy holiday morning. Get the recipe.
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This is the recipe to turn to on a busy holiday morning. Get the recipe.

18. David Eyre's Pancake

Add this recipe to your Easter repertoire. Get the recipe.
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Add this recipe to your Easter repertoire. Get the recipe.

19. Tangerine and Almond Shortbread Tart

A dessert you can eat for brunch. #GOALS Get the recipe.
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A dessert you can eat for brunch. #GOALS Get the recipe.

20. Vegan Date Nut Bread

An inclusive recipe for all your special diet guests. Get the recipe.
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An inclusive recipe for all your special diet guests. Get the recipe.

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21. Strata With Sausage and Greens

This is your "I forgot about-Easter brunch" recipe. Get the recipe.
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This is your "I forgot about-Easter brunch" recipe. Get the recipe.

22. Baked Onion-Walnut Frittata

This is a perfect, dead-simple brunch dish. Get the recipe.
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This is a perfect, dead-simple brunch dish. Get the recipe.

23. Rick's Picks Bloody Mary

I didn't — and you shouldn't — forget your brunch cocktail! Get the recipe.
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I didn't — and you shouldn't — forget your brunch cocktail! Get the recipe.

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