5 Easter Brunch Must-Have Menu Items
Spring has finally sprung and Easter is around the corner! The popularity of brunch is on the rise nationwide, but Easter Brunch has been a staple springtime event for decades. After their morning egg hunts, families flock to restaurants, hotels, and country clubs to indulge in the best of both breakfast and lunch. While the Easter Bunny is hard at work painting eggs, you need to start prepping for one of the busiest culinary days of the year. To help you out, we’ve created a list of five Easter Brunch must-have menu items to impress your guests.
1. Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs
Although once limited to Easter Brunch, deviled eggs have now found their way onto menus year-round. And for good reason! This dish gives chefs the chance to pack a lot of flavor into one bite. We’ve seen many different takes on this dish, and one of our favorites is smoked salmon deviled eggs. Serve on a rectangular white platter to contrast the shape of the egg and to let the colorful garnishes pop!
2. Creme Brulee French Toast
Easter brunch is an opportunity for people to calorie-splurge on decadent dishes, and nothing says decadent quite likecreme brulee french toast. This elevated take on the classic breakfast item is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, and pairs nicely with the next item on our list. Don’t forget the maple syrup, which you can serve in little creamer pitchers to add a little formal flare!
3. Champagne Brunch Bellini
When it comes to brunch beverages, it’s a good idea to offer a custom cocktail in addition to the traditional mimosas and Bloody Mary’s. We like the idea of this champagne brunch Bellini because of all the different ways you can garnish it with seasonal fruit and adjust to your own color palette. Serve in an elegant, yet modern glassware, like our Island Champagne Flute to really make this cocktail shine!
4. Baked Parmesan Hash Browns
Easter brunch calls for elegant dishes, which means greasy hash browns just won’t do! For a fancier take on this savory side dish, add parmesan, bake in the shape of your choice and garnish with green onion. An all-terrain convection oven like this one by Southbend will have your baking needs covered for this occasion and many others.
5. Peach Glazed Ham
For the main attraction of your Easter feast, serve up a beautiful peach glazed ham to satisfy even the biggest of appetites. The peach glaze on the ham gives it a distinct spring taste rather than evoking thoughts of Thanksgiving or Christmas. Not sure how to serve? A carving station is the perfect route to go if your brunch is buffet-style. Your guests will go home full, happy, and impressed by your decadent Easter brunch!
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