Sit down with a pretty pastel cocktail and enjoy the feast to come this Easter Sunday. Opt for upgrades of family classics, like baked eggs, quiche, and pancakes. On, don't you dare forget to finish the Easter feast off with dessert.
Raise a glass with clementine mimosas infused with earthy rosemary.
A stick of lavender and freshly halved figs give this pale purple cocktail extra flair.
Cheesy eggs and toast is a combination we already know and love — but this time it's gone fancy.
Bread pudding made out of pancakes? And sweet honey sour cream? You can thank us in 3 ... 2 ... 1 ...
Stop it right now. These mini eggs are too cute for words.
What you'll need: ramekin ($10, )
This beauty — stained a deep magenta thanks to juicy blackberries — proves you don't need eggs or dairy for decadent French toast.
Salmon cakes, salad, and a side of fresh grapefruit. What could be better?
Dress up this gorgeous almond French toast (seriously, take a second look) with orange and grapefruit slices.
Sautée, render, caramelize — just three steps and you've made the most delicious breakfast potatoes in the history of Easter brunch.
It's not really Easter without hot cross buns, right?
With just the right amount of tang, these yummy waffles are sure to go.
What you'll need: waffle maker ($40, )
You'll have the classic ham covered with this colorful quiche.
The perfect way to spice up your Easter table this year: pizza, pizza! (Especially if you have a kids' table.)
Bake ham in a cupcake sheet tray — but only after cracking in fresh eggs. Garnish with dill and pepper before enjoying this flavorful, low-carb treat.
The most difficult part of this no-brainer omelette bake is waiting for the eggs to become golden and fluffy — as for the rest, well, let's just say brunch has never been easier.
This classic brunch sandwich is about as traditional as it gets (in a good way!).
Your favorite eggs Benedict recipe ... upgraded, no charge!
We're not contending lox and cream cheese bagels, here, but you might want to reinterpret the brunch favorite into a hearty salad.
...or just serve bacon on bacon on bacon (no one will complain).
We're not sure what is more stunning — the thoughtful combination of rhubarb, rose and pistachio flavors or this pie's picturesque presentation.
Cool down from your egg hunt — adults only! — with a boozy iced coffee pop.
What you'll need: popsicle sticks ($6, )
Donuts might as well be the dessert anthem of brunch — upgrade them with scoops of your favorite ice cream. Even better? This quick dessert requires zero baking.
Serve during coffee or teatime for the perfect day-cap.
Don't golden brown coconut cups look exactly like robins' nests? Top with Cadbury eggs for a realistic — and yummy! — finish.