Sunday, April 20, 2014

Delicious Easter Brunch Recipes

Easter is a Catholic holiday that commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This holiday is preceded by Lent, which is a 40 day period of prayer and fasting. Roman Catholic Easter, Orthodox Christian Passover, and Jewish Passover are positioned around the same time every year and are celebrated by millions of people around the world.

In the U.S., Catholic Christians celebrate Easter by coloring eggs, attending Church services and of course, hosting family dinners.

Here are some Easter foods you can try for brunch or dinner:

Beehive Bread
It's shaped like a beehive and is designed to be both a crowd and kid-pleaser. This dish is great when it's served with honey and zesty clementines.

Bacon and Egg Stuffed Tomatoes
This dish is often served as a centerpiece for Easter brunch. Think about it. What DO you DO with all those colored eggs? You make them into delicious treats for the family of course!

Mega Monster Muffins
Brunch isn't brunch without yummy muffins. This easy recipe uses either frozen or fresh blueberries. What makes this treat beyond delectable is the rich, crumbly bits that, somehow, transforms it from breakfast to dessert.

Turkey Maple Sausage
This simple homemade recipe will impress friends and family. All you need to do is ground up turkey and add maple syrup and herbs to concoct this delicious side for your crepes.

What do you plan to make for Easter Brunch? Comment below your suggestions!