Easter Brunch or Lunch
A mid-morning meal makes sense on Easter Sunday, mainly because it is a time to spend with friends and family, so if you are expecting guests this Easter weekend, why not prepare a meal with lots of variety for your visitors?
The most important thing to remember about the Easter brunch is that it isn’t just a quick bowl of cereal – it should be treated with just as much attention and given just as much detail as the Easter Sunday dinner with roast lamb. The vital components of an Easter brunch are: The appetizer, main course, dessert and accompanying drink.
Planning your Easter brunch is all about timing and how you set it out. Dining outside on Easter morning after church can be a great way of spending social time with friends and family, however, if there weather is a little too cold or indeed rainy, then an indoor brunch is definitely a better option.
Putting together Easter menu
Appetizer – Fruit and Cheese Platter
Dessert – No Bake Bonnet Cookies
Drink – Punch
Appetizer – Mini Sandwiches
Main – Corn and Grits Casserole
Dessert – Cream of Coconut Cake
Drink – Blush Sangria
Appetizer – Corn and Cheddar Cornbread
Main – Potato Gruyere Gratin
Dessert – Apricot Scones
Drink – Pomegranate Punch
Appetizer – Crabmeat Salad Nests
Main – Onion and Cheese Tart
Dessert – Double Berry Tart
Drink – Citrus Champagne
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