Perfect Recipes for Your Easter Breakfast, Brunch or Dinner

Here are some of our favorite Easter recipes that you can enjoy at home.

Baked Goods & Sweet Tooth Recipes

How cute are these Lemon Bunny Scones from Kristen over at A Mind “Full” Mom?

These special Easter treats are perfect for morning breakfast or wrapping in cellophane and tossing in that Easter basket.

These Easy Homemade Blueberry Muffins by Julia over at Tag & Tibby are always a hit in my kitchen.

They truly are the perfect spring treat for morning, noon or night.

Almost too pretty to eat…. almost.

Whip up this Lemon Raspberry Bundt Cake from Michelle over at The Secret Ingredient Is and bring it to your Easter brunch with the fam.

We promise it will be a huge hit.

Look at this fabulous idea from Adria over at A Southern Grace.

These Cadbury Creme Brownies should definitely make an appearance at your Easter bake exchange with the neighbors.

For our vegan folks out there, try these Banana Bread Cookies by Alyssa over at The Mexitalian.

These soft and fluffy cookies will knock your socks off.

Look how dreamy this Easter Spice Bread is from Tanya over at My Forking Life.

Be the topic of conversation at your next Easter tea party with this recipe.

Temp that Easter Bunny to hop on over to your house for breakfast with this Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal by Kathryn over at Family Food on the Table.

These French Toast Muffins by Michelle over at The Secret Ingredient Is are a total game changer.

These bite sized treats are a great option for brunch.

Fun Projects: 

 We are loving these DIY Natural Lace Easter Eggs from Julia over at Tag & Tibby. The perfect project to do with your littles.

Savory Dishes & Meal Ideas

Wow those dinner guests with these Spelt & Sweet Potato Gnocchi recipe from Alyssa over at The Mexitalian.

Using fresh ingredients from the farmers market never looked so pretty.

Add some crunch to your Easter brunch menu with this Broccoli Salad from Julia over at Tag & Tibby.

This slaw makes for a beautiful and delicious side dish.

Remember my post about the most decadent Macaroni & Cheese you will ever eat?

This indulgent side dish is a great potluck pleaser and will have everyone asking you for the recipe!

Make sure to tell them it’s a Slice of Jess recipe {insert shame(less/ful) self-plug emoji here}.

Keep this recipe for Steamed Lemon Butter Asparagus from Kathryn over at Family Food On the Table as your quick “go-to” side dish for your spring get togethers.

It complements grilled meats, fish and chicken nicely and looks stunning.

Oh-la-la, This Veggie Fritatta is the perfect way to sneak veggies on to your kid’s plate.

Another dish brought to you by Kathryn over at Family Food on the Table.

Put that cast iron skillet to good use and make these Buttermilk Skillet Biscuits from Julia over at Tag & Tibby.

These mouth-watering biscuits are super easy to make and will convince you to never buy refrigerated, store-bought dough again.

From all of us here at Scoop, we wish you a festive and delicious Easter!