Friends, this eggcellent Easter brunch board is where it’s at, and it totally needs to be on every table this coming Easter (or really, any time you fancy an easy and tasty brunch).
It’s got everything you love about brunch—minus the mimosa, sorry. And, of course, it’s got plenty of eggs.
Hard boiled, deviled, and a simple “salad” version to appease just about anyone. Plus, my favorite way to eat them: on some avocado toast.
Plus, my favorite part is that you can prep the majority ahead of time, so that all you have to do is put it together on Easter Sunday.
I mean, seriously. I’m not even eggagerating: make things ahead of time to save you time and stress.
Also, I’m sorry (but not really sorry) for all the eggstra awesome egg puns you’ll find in this post. In fact, you’re welcome for a little eggceptional Easter fun.
Put Your Easter Brunch Board Together
You don’t need to make your Easter Brunch Board eggstravagant, just keep it simple with things you like. Make a list of your favorite brunch necessities, making sure there’s an even number of sweet and savory foods, and go from there.
My kids especially love when we put together a board for their meal. It’s a win/win for all: they get to graze and choose their favorites, and—go figure—they eggceed our eggspectations and typically eat everything we put out in front of them.
Things You Can Make Ahead of Time:
Save yourself the stress of putting together a grazing board like this and prep as much as you can ahead of time. Here’s a list of more than a few things you can get ready a day or two before.
- Mini Pancakes
- You can make ahead of time, and keep in the fridge or freezer. Use this Tortilla Warmer for only 30 seconds to warm them back up
- You can make ahead of time, and keep in the fridge or freezer. Pop them in an air fryer or toaster oven for a few minutes to perk them back up
- Sausage links
- Get them fully cook, or cook thoroughly a day or so before. Then, microwave, covered, for a minute or two
- Hard-boiled eggs
- Hard boiled those eggs a a day or two earlier, but then peel them the day of.
- make the night before, but add lime juice, and cover with plastic wrap literally sitting on top of the guac, and then a lid on top of that, making sure no air remains in the container; this will keep it from browning
- Egg Salad
- Make this a day or two before and keep it chilled in the fridge
- Cut and prep all your fruit (except apples and bananas if you’re using them) the day before.
What’s Your Ideal Easter Brunch Board?
What would you put on your Easter Brunch Board? If we had more space on ours I would’ve added mini cinnamon rolls and a few other meat options.
If you’re looking for another idea for Easter brunch, check out this brunch pizza the whole family will love, and check out my friend Justine’s Easter Charcuterie Board and Sumer’s yummy board even more ideas!