Easter Sunday is just around the corner, so it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to serve your family or guests. And since you’ll most likely have a surplus of eggs (both raw and hard boiled), we’ve rounded up five of the most uh-mazing, palate-pleasing recipes around. From pastel deviled eggs to healthy avocado egg salad, you can’t go wrong with these.
Overnight Eggs Benedict Casserole recipe courtesy of Baker Bettie
Eggs benedict is a staple for brunch, but executing perfectly poached eggs for a large group can be a real challenge. That’s why we are loving Baker Bettie‘s overnight benny recipe. Similar to one of her favorite breakfast casseroles, she swaps white bread for English muffins and sausage for Canadian bacon, which soaks overnight in an egg mixture. In the morning, pop it in the oven, whip up hollandaise sauce, and voila — brunch is served!
Easter Deviled Eggs recipe courtesy of The Little Kitchen
What could be better than deviled eggs? Pastel colored deviled eggs in honor of Easter! The Little Kitchen gives us step-by-step directions for mixing and dyeing with food coloring in order to create dusty rose, orange, purple, and mint green eggs. Her secret for the perfect deviled egg filling? McCormick ground mustard and dijon mustard!
Spicy Sausage, Cheese, and Egg Muffins recipe courtesy of The Happier Homemaker
If you’re looking for a crowd-pleasing breakfast idea for Easter, look no further than The Happier Homemaker‘s delicious sausage, cheese, and egg muffins recipe. It’s super easy, too. She uses eggs, milk, shredded Arla Dofino Jalapeño Havarti cheese to spice things up, cilantro, and ground sausage. Once properly mixed, they only take 30-35 minutes in the oven. Melissa’s tip: cook the sausage ahead of time so you don’t have to cook when preparing them.
Avocado Egg Salad recipe courtesy of The Roasted Root
No Easter Sunday is complete without egg salad. But we suggest taking it to the next level of deliciousness with The Roasted Root‘s mayo-free avocado egg salad. Instead of using mayonnaise, which is usually a key ingredient when it comes to egg salad, avocado acts as its thick, creamy substitute. It makes for a delightful and healthy lunch option that will put those dyed eggs to good use.
Baked Eggs with Creamed Spinach recipe courtesy of Cooking and Beer
Cooking and Beer has us drooling over this baked eggs recipe with spinach. Described as “creamy, melty, gooey, and so comforting,” it’s an easy way to impress your Easter Sunday guests. And since it’s like a meal on its own, you don’t have to worry about making several other dishes. Bonus: they recommend pairing it with a pilsner. Yum!
xx, The FabFitFun Team