Thursday, September 3, 2015

7 things to make for Easter brunch

What other holiday affords you the opportunity to bake pancakes inside of an eggshell?

7 things to make for Easter brunch

Photo: Ree Drummond/The Pioneer Woman
Photo: Ree Drummond/The Pioneer Woman

What other holiday affords you the opportunity to bake pancakes inside of an eggshell?

Here are our picks for an easy, Easter brunch menu.


Eggs in Chili Clouds

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To make these fluffy eggs, separate the eggs and whip the whites with bacon, Parmesan, green onions, bacon and chili. After baking the whites, add the yolk back on top and finish baking until the yolks set. (Photo:

Recipe here.


Amaretto French Toast

Lindsay Landis, owner of Love and Olive Oil, says this recipe is super quick and delicious. You can’t go wrong with French toast and Amaretto. (Photo:

Recipe here.


Bacon with Citrus Glaze

With two oranges and a tablespoon of honey you can bring bacon to a whole other level of tasty with this easy glaze. (Photo:

Recipe here.


Eggs in Hash Brown Nests

The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond says to ditch the frozen hash browns in this recipe to get “tender-but-crispy potato nests with a luscious baked egg in the middle.” (Photo:

Recipe here.


Easter Egg Pancakes

These pancakes baked into the shell of an egg are, “unreasonably cute." Use Bisquick mix to get the best results. Make sure you check out their video explaining the process of baking these little cakes and don’t forget the syrup on the side for dunking. (Photo:

Recipe and video here.


Frittata with Asparagus, Tomato and Fontina

Giada De Laurentiis uses simple ingredients to create an elegant, easy frittata. Use the suggested Fontina cheese or substitute your favorite. (Photo:

Recipe here.


Blueberry Ginger Buckwheat Waffles

Ginger adds an unexpected kick to these vegan waffles. Top them off with fresh blueberries and raw almond butter or coconut butter and coconut nectar. (Photo:

Recipe here.

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