I hope whatever this Easter weekend brings you, that you have a wonderful one.
I spent some time coming up with our Easter brunch menu and thought I would share. I took some familiar recipes and “healthied them up”. They are favorites, taste delicious, and will leave you feeling full but not filled out.
- Egg Casserole
- Strawberry Spinach Salad
- Green Beans- restaurant-worthy
- Cauliflower Mash
- Roasted Chicken
- Strawberry Shortcake
- OJ (for the kids)
This is so easy, light, and delicious. I love it because I make it the night before and can enjoy the holiday morning with the family.
This is easy, dependable, delicious, and guarantees leftovers. The hardest part is remembering to turn on the crock-pot!
This salad is a lighter version of an old favorite. To turn this into a meal, add grilled chicken, salmon, or shrimp. Goat Cheese is also delicious with this.
A version of this dish can be found in several restaurants
The Best Mashed (NO) Potatoes, EVER!
I met this recipe when living in Jackson, Mississippi. A restaurant called Walkers served this with Redfish. I found the recipe and make it often and serve it with anything. This is one of my personal all-time favorite vegetable recipes. If you make it, please let me know.
Use these on the table with Brunch AND as the base for Dessert
This is a simple, delicious, family favorite that pleases even the finicky dessert eater
The Unicorn does exist Easter morning at our house: the kids eat candy for breakfast & cocktails begin at 9:00 am.
What are you cooking this year?
Originally posted 2020-04-06 15:15:12.