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Impressive Easter brunch entrees

Impressive Easter brunch entrees

Chunky Monkey Waffles | Food styling by Christopher St.Onge | Prop styling by Madeleine Johari Image by: Ronald Tsang

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Impressive Easter brunch entrees

Celebrate Easter with our easy brunch entrées. Whether you're serving a small group or a big crowd, these easy recipes are sure to impress your guests. 

Corn and Feta Tart With Fresh Tarragon
This elegant quiche-like tart is great served with a green salad for brunch or a light dinner. A flaky cornmeal pastry enhances the sweet corn filling.

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Photography by Jeff Coulson

Baked French Toast with Caramelized Pear Sauce
This self-saucing French toast is not only a delicious all-in-one dish—it's also a time-saver. Make this recipe the day before your brunch and pop it in the oven just prior to your guest arriving.

Baked French Toast with caramelized Pear Sauce - easter brunch entrees
Photography by Jeff Coulson

Proscuitto and Sun-Dried Tomato Strata
Not only is this strata delicious, but it's ridiculously easy to make. Made in the slow cooker, this recipe can be prepped the night before. Freeing up oven space when serving a crowd is always an added bonus.

Proscuitto and Sun-Dried Tomato Strata
Photography by Jeff Coulson

Herbed Salmon and Potato Frittata
Think of a frittata like a crust-less quiche—they're full of the same great flavour and take half the effort. Frittata is also a gluten-free entrée, and, if need be, dairy-free, making it a great option for guests with allergies. Just be certain to use an ovenproof skillet.

Herbed Salmon and Potato Frittata
Photography by Jeff Coulson

The Ultimate Eggs Benedict
The key to achieving the perfect hollandaise is to temper, or slowly heat, the egg yolks over simmering water; it will prevent them from curdling as you gradually whisk in the melted butter.

 

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Rum Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake
With its cross-hatch pattern, this ruby-red cake makes a striking finale to brunch. Spring through early summer is the ideal time to shop for fresh rhubarb (and harvest it from your garden). Choose long crisp stalks that are blemish-free.

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Pink Peppercorn and Bourbon Glazed Back Bacon
Forget frying individual slices of bacon! Save time and effort by roasting a slab of back bacon; the meat’s brine and size will keep it tender and juicy. Our serving size is generous, so if you want to reduce sodium, cut it in half.

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Chunky Monkey Waffles
Fluffy peanut butter–infused waffles topped with homemade strawberry jam and chocolate-dipped bananas make for the most fun brunch ever.

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