We love a good brunch any weekend of the year, but Easter provides a chance to make the occasion even more special. Whether you have a ready-to-go plan for this Sunday or are scrambling for last minute ideas, read on for tips and recipes sure to make your Easter brunch a success!

Whip Up The Goods

Fresh spins on breakfast classics make for a menu sure to please guests of all ages. This savory Kale, Onion and Gruyère Frittata is easy to make in advance, and you can personalize it by adding your own blend of herbs and veggies! For a spicy kick, serve with harissa on the side.

French Toast whole wheat

For a sweet main dish, give French toast an update by using slices of our organic whole wheat bread, or even baguette. You can even make a French toast bar—simply set out toppings like syrup, jams, chocolate spreads and chopped fruit for guests to choose from!

Set The Table

Giving your table an extra, festive touch will make all the difference in setting the tone of your brunch, but decorating doesn’t have to be difficult! Don’t feel flowers are your only option. With this quick how-to, you’ll have naturally dyed Easter eggs—made using everyday vegetables and spices—in no time to use as centerpieces. Then, scatter foil-wrapped chocolate eggs along your table for added sparkle as pretty as it is delicious!

Natural Easter Egg Dyes - large

Cross Buns are another classic item to be sure to include on your table. Let them—or other Easter themed desserts, like our bunny shortbread cookies—double as decoration by displaying in rustic baskets!

Cross Buns in Basket

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How do you plan to celebrate Easter? Comment your plans below—then check out our guide to the perfect Easter basket and schedule of Easter events in select LPQs.