Easter Made Easy – How to Host a Fun Easter Brunch


April 06, 2017 | Food Lion
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Cinnamon Bun Bites

Brunch is probably the best meal to eat. Whoever decided to have the most important meal of the day, breakfast, occur later in the morning to make room for family and fun is an innovator! And that being said, Easter Brunch is a big deal. It’s the brunch that all brunches aspire to be and we have a few ideas to help make sure yours is the best on the block.

These warm, buttery Cinnamon Bun Bites are delicious and will be a sweet start to your Easter Brunch. If you have kids that love to help out in the kitchen, they’ll have a blast helping roll the dough into balls and covering the entire dish in sweet homemade icing! 

Raise your hand if you feel bad about throwing out dyed Easter eggs because you aren't quite sure how to use them. That was us, too. Until we discovered this recipe for Easter Deviled Eggs which allows you to re-use those beautifully decorated masterpieces as part of your Easter meal – and tabletop décor! 

With all of the work that goes into the food for a fantastic brunch, it only makes sense that equal effort should go to the drinks. Mango Grapefruit Mimosas are the perfect way to invite your taste buds to a citrusy, tropical party of their own. And no worries for the kiddos – these drinks are just as delicious sans alcohol. Pro tip: Garnish your drink with a grapefruit slice to make things extra festive!

Last, but certainly not least, don't forget to print out our Easter Sunday Placemat! This is a life-saver when it comes to keeping the table clean and distracting little ones while you finish the prep work. They can share some Easter Bunny jokes or cut out their own bunny ears for a fun, festive brunch experience!

Looking for more fun, kid-friendly Easter ideas? Check out our blog post on Bunny Bait and More Kid-Friendly Easter Ideas!