Everything needed for a perfect Easter experience
A brunch combines the best of two worlds: Because with the combination of breakfast and lunch, sweet, salty, cold and hot dishes come to the table. More is more! So that you do not get into time pressure on Easter Sunday, we have a few tips for you that you can easily implement:
- Start planning your Easter brunch as early as possible! You should decide on the location, time and number of guests as soon as possible. Our extra tip: Brunch shouldn’t start too early in the morning – 11am is the perfect time.
- Be sure to write a shopping list! This will make shopping before the party a lot less chaotic. And you make sure that everything important is ready on Easter Sunday.
- Prepare as much as possible the day before! Spreads, dips and desserts you do not have to prepare on Sunday morning.
An ideal complement are napkins and tablecloths made of natural materials such as cotton or linen. Go for pastel colors like light green, yellow or pink – they also create the desired spring-mood! But also mix and match with traditional colors such as dark red, blue or green.
Another must-have for the the perfect easter table decoration are fresh flowers. Whether you choose colorful tulips, classic daffodils or snowdrops, is entirely up to your personal taste. In an elegant vase, the Easter bouquet becomes a real eye-catcher – it is best to choose models made of metal or ceramic. To give your table a unique touch, chose a vintage vase from a flea market or heirloom.
Delicious food and drinks for the great Easter brunch
The best thing about brunch is the great variety of treats. Therefore, you should definitely provide for different dishes. As a basis, a classic breakfast with bread rolls, pastries, spreads and cheese is perfect. In addition, the classics such as scrambled eggs, yeast pastries and Easter lamb should not be missed in any case. But what other dishes are suitable for Easter brunch? We have listed a few ideas for you:
- Turnip cake
- Muffins with eggnog
- Spring soup
- Egg salad
- Easter plait or wreath made of yeast dough
- Fresh fruit salad
- Easter cookies
- Omelet with vegetables and cheese
- Cottage cheese bunnies
- Poached eggs
- Easter ham
- Bircher muesli
- Vegetable sticks of cucumber, peppers and carrots
We wish you and your family a happy Easter and lots of fun at your festive brunch.