Easter Brunch Recipes for Every Type of Eater

Three unique menus to celebrate spring and impress your Easter brunch guests without breaking a sweat.

Grapefruit, Beet, and Radish Salad

It's that time of year again, when the Easter bunny shakes out his tail, takes his basket out of storage, and sprinkles eggs around yards for all to search. Before we throw ourselves into all those sweet, pastel festivities, though, first thing's first: Easter brunch.

Whether you're hosting or attending a potluck meal, these three tasty Easter brunch ideas will fuel you up before dying those eggs and rummaging through all the kids' baskets for candy. Or if there are no kids at your celebrations, these Easter basket ideas for adults will get you just as amped up as a sugar high.

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Vegetarian Easter Brunch Menu

Skillet Spanako“pea”ta
This savory pie is bursting with bold flavors, thanks to the variety of fresh herbs, salty crumbled feta and tangy lemon juice. The fresh peas add a hint of sweetness, and turn this spanakopita into a spanako"pea"ta. Get the RecipeSkillet Spanako“pea”ta. Greg DuPree

Think you need a side of beef to create a show-stopping holiday spread? Think again. This gorgeous skillet spanako"pea"ta is packed with healthy, bright green peas and crumbled feta cheese, and looks mighty impressive—but comes together in a pinch thanks to help from frozen spinach and store-bought phyllo dough. Pair it with a plate of colorful caramelized veggies with poppy seed dressing for a luxe, meat-free Easter brunch.

1. Skillet Spanako"pea"ta
2. Caramelized Veggies With Poppy Seed Dressing

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Traditional Easter Brunch Menu

Grapefruit, Beet, and Radish Salad
Add a pop of color to your Easter table with this vibrant salad that doesn't skimp on flavor. Look for multiple varieties of beets to add even more visual appeal. Get the Recipe:Grapefruit, Beet, and Radish Salad. Greg DuPree

This year, forgo the ham for Easter brunch and try roasting a juicy coffee-crusted pork tenderloin instead. Affordable, tasty, and nearly impossible to mess up, this flavorful cut is a surefire crowd pleaser—especially when it's finished with a smoky, savory rub. Classic hash browns sliced into crispy wedges and a colorful, crisp radish and grapefruit salad round out the springtime feast.

1. Coffee-Crusted Pork Tenderloin
2. Hash Browns
3. Grapefruit, Beet, and Radish Salad

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Gluten-Free Easter Brunch Menu

Chard & Herb Frittata With Cherry Tomatoes
Inspired by kuku sabzi, the Persian herb frittata, this egg dish is bursting with herbs such as parsley and cilantro. We mixed in Swiss chard for added nutrition. The tomato salad bursts in your mouth with freshness as you bite into this herb-forward dish. Get the recipe:Chard & Herb Frittata With Cherry Tomatoes. Greg DuPree

It wouldn't be Easter without eggs—so why not make a luscious chard and herb frittata the centerpiece of your holiday lineup? Dish the egg course up alongside addictive garlic-roasted potatoes and savory roasted asparagus with flaxseed-walnut crumble and no one will notice there's not a crumb of bread in sight at Easter brunch.

1. Chard and Herb Frittata With Cherry Tomatoes
2. Garlic Roasted Potatoes
3. Roasted Asparagus With Flax Seed-Walnut Crumble

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