Do you have favorite Easter morning recipes? The kind that may be family traditions passed down from generations ago, or more of your own favorites that are becoming your own tradition? I think our house falls somewhere in between, but either way, it's a tasty day!
I find the brightest tulips just before Easter, place them in a vase and set them on the kitchen counter. It is the main spot in our house that you can see from almost every room, so I am greeted with these beauties all day, every day and puts a smile on my face with every single glance.
This year, Easter meal plan was going to be a bit different. Our youngest had to be back to college for Monday classes, so we moved our cooking up a day and kept it pretty non-traditional. I roasted brussel sprouts and asparagus, had roasted turkey and light and airy snowflake rolls. I did, however, plan a great breakfast for us to enjoy before diving into that chocolate bunny!
Top 3 Favorite Easter Morning Recipes!
Here are our top 3 favorite morning recipes and I hope you will give them a try! They are super delicious and can be enjoyed Easter morning, or ANY morning for that matter!
Numero Uno on our list is : Vegetable Quiche
Quiche is one of my favorite dishes and is so easy to make. It only requires 3 eggs! Yes, that's what I said- only 3 eggs! You can fill it with ANYTHING you like. This Easter, I made it with green onions, asparagus, ham, and swiss cheese. It will be a lovely addition to our breakfast table and to have for lunch with a side salad at work on Monday.
Next on the list: Apple Puffed Pancake
This is another easy recipe that tastes so good for breakfast. We've also had this for dessert. It's a bit different than having traditional pancakes and looks fancy enough for a special holiday meal.
To round out our favorites, number 3 is our tried and true treat: Cranberry Scones!
THIS is my favorite. If I had a baking passion, this little gem is it. I love to create new flavors with my scone recipe, but this will always be the original. You can make these with dried cranberries, but the best is to use fresh. I know it is hard to impossible to find fresh cranberries this time of year, so when fall comes around again, grab an extra bag or two and throw them in the freezer. Then you'll have them all year round!
I hope you enjoyed our top 3 favorite Easter morning recipes and that you will give at least one of them a try!
Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter!