Easter Brunch inspiration

While crafting your Easter brunch menu check out our top picks for savory brunch recipes combining the most classic ingredient of Easter – eggs - with our most loved food – cheese!

Here are our favorite Easter brunch menu suggestions to help you create a savory and fun holiday meal that everyone can enjoy!

Easter Brunch Recipes

Breakfast muffins with Creamy White and cured ham

Sweet or savory, muffins are a fast treat to make for breakfasts, brunch or anytime snacks. These savory breakfast muffins require very little prep and are a perfect fit for the Easter brunch table. The salty cured ham and the mild Castello Creamy White is a perfect match giving these muffins plenty of flavors! GET RECIPE


Frittata with potatoes and Creamy Blue

The only thing that beats an omelet on a weekend morning is frittata! Frittata is an Italian dish that’s perfect for using up leftovers. But it’s also amazing in its simplest form. This frittata is made with fresh produce like sweet onions, crunchy walnuts and fresh, crisp radishes, all of which go perfectly with Castello Creamy Blue. The subtle flavors are all beautifully captured in the potato and egg mixture and make a rich and filling choice for your Easter brunch. GET RECIPE


These buns are an Easter tradition in many countries and they taste just as fantastic as the smell that spreads throughout your home as they bake. Nutmeg, cloves and cardamom give the buns a spicy flavor that goes nicely with the round taste of the mild Castello Creamy White and the sweet dried apricots. These buns make a beautiful addition to any brunch table. GET RECIPE

Bird’s nests with quail's eggs and cheddar

Bird’s nests are an easy and beautiful dish for the brunch table. The bottom is made from crisp asparagus and the flavorful sprouts make a bold pairing to the cheddar and the soft quail's eggs. And it’s a great way to add some veggies to the Easter table. GET RECIPE


Want more Easter Brunch Inspiration? Check out all our Easter recipes.

Enjoy your holiday feast!

Søren Staun

Søren Staun

This article was written by Danish Food Blogger Søren Staun from chefsseason.dk.

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