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Easter Sunday: Fresh Brunch Recipes

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Easter Sunday: Fresh Brunch Recipes

Serve up some spring flavor for your guests this Easter Sunday with these delectably fresh brunch recipes. You don’t have to be slaving away in the kitchen all weekend to serve up a fantastic menu. These brunch recipes are quick, easy and delicious making them ideal for even the busiest cowgirl.

Easter Sunday Brunch Cowgirl Magazine

Maple Bacon Pancake Bites:

Photo and recipe courtesy of Vixen’s Kitchen 

If you have just 10 minutes–yes, seriously–then you can whip up these bad boys. Total time to make these is 22 minutes and 12 of those minutes is baking. So, if you’re strapped for time, but still want a brunch dish that’s going to impress, try these out! Get the recipe here.

Easter Sunday Brunch Cowgirl Magazine

Easy Quichelettes:

Photo and recipe courtesy of Gimme Some Oven

Not only do these mini quiche look like they took hours to create, but they are visually appealing. They make a great appetizer or side dish for your Easter Sunday brunch. Get the recipe here.

Easter Sunday Brunch Cowgirl Magazine

30 Minute Orange Twists:

Photo and recipe courtesy of Little Dairy On The Prairie  

Serve up some sticky sweetness with these orange twists that take just 30 minutes. Nothing says Easter Sunday brunch like some orange glazed rolls. Get the recipe here.

Easter Sunday Brunch Cowgirl Magazine

Ham, Cheese and Spinach Puffs:

Photo and recipe courtesy of Eat Well 101 

These hearty puffs are sure to satisfy even your pickiest of eaters. They’re simple to make and a little too simple to enjoy! Your guests will be more than happy this Easter Sunday with these puffs. Get the recipe here.

Easter Sunday Brunch Cowgirl Magazine

Sausage, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Tots:

Photo and recipe courtesy of Home Made Interest

It’s not possible to go wrong when sausage, egg and cheese are involved; trust me! Get the recipe here:

(Originally published in March 2016).

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