Simple Easter Brunch

If your Easter morning is anything like ours, it’s full of giggles and kiddos running around collecting eggs in their Pajamas and slippers. Some years we have Grandma and Grandpa over in the morning and other years it’s just us. One constant is that we are busy — very early in the morning.

I wanted to share with you some simple ideas for your Easter breakfast or Easter brunch that won’t require you to be stuck in the kitchen (missing all the fun). My advice is to make it easy on yourself. You can create an impressive morning spread without all the hassle, check it out:

Easter Brunch

Gather  items you already have in your home to create a central display. Adding different elements and  displaying your breakfast items in a unique way will give your Easter brunch a more pulled together look. Here, I’ve simply moved this hutch out on our patio and set up all of our breakfast items on it. I grabbed an Easter bunny decoration and chalkboard from inside to give it a more “Easter themed” feel.

Easter Brunch Ideas

Nothing I am showing here is homemade — I’ve simply taken store bought treats and gave them a little makeover. Above we have mini cookies in a strawberry basket and donut holes on lollipop sticks!

Simple Easter Brunch

Above:

  • Champagne served with frozen blueberries
  • A cake stand displaying store bought donuts
  • More donut holes adorned with festive lollipop sticks
  • A store bought bundt cake on cake stand
  • A chalkboard welcoming hungry guests

Easter Brunch

There you have it, a simple Easter brunch display featuring all store-bought treats. Simple, right?

Be sure to also check out this Easter breakfast idea I shared (plus free printable!).

*Cute lollipop sticks from Sweet Shop LuLu

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15 Comments on Simple Easter Brunch

  1. Elizabeth Mascali
    April 4, 2012 at 9:49 am (3 years ago)

    Adorable! Please share where you found the decorated lollipop sticks – cute!

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  2. Coryanne Ettiene
    April 4, 2012 at 10:22 am (3 years ago)

    Ah Tori, I love your ideas! I am always looking for ways to make busy holiday mornings more simple, and embrace store bought goodies……I am eyeing your display case, how fabulous is that?

    Happy Easter to you and your family, Coryanne

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  3. Your Hostess
    April 4, 2012 at 3:13 pm (3 years ago)

    @Elizabeth, they are from Sweet Shop LuLu. You can see all of their colors/patterns here.

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  4. Sarah Reece
    April 5, 2012 at 9:38 am (3 years ago)

    All this is so tempting, I’m already feeling hungry. I really loved how you gave the store bought treats such a nice makeover. The idea of putting everything together in a central display is pretty cool. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. workbenches
    April 26, 2012 at 12:41 am (2 years ago)

    My family’s coming to town and I’m supposed to pick out place for Easter brunch buffet. I know I sound cheap, but I would like to stay below $30 per person, but still have something fun like made-to-order omelettes. Any ideas? Possibly a hotel? Thanks in advance.

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