Four whole days of Easter weekend means four different way to indulge in your very own Easter brunch extravaganzas. Pancakes, poached eggs, frittata, and a long, lazy read of the paper. Welcome to your bank holiday bliss! Let our collection of Easter brunch recipes, give you inspiration for some truly delicious eats – whether it’s an intimate affair for two or a grand get-together for family and friends.
If you’re planning a romantic night in, these plump, juicy oysters will get it off to a good start! Drizzle fresh oysters with a coriander dressing and a splash of Tabasco sauce for an Asian twist.
This Garlic Mushrooms on Toast with Dill Yogurt Recipe makes for a comforting lunch, which is both luxurious and simple, especially when the weather is crisp outdoors.
Give baked beans an all-American twist with this Boston Beans Recipe. Perfect for dipping crusty bread into or as a winning side dish at a barbecue.
A celebration of the best Hens eggs, organic of course, and the first British asparagus, cooked simply, what a treat.
Scrambled eggs with fresh basil pesto on toasted rye bread. Now, what’s not to love about this Pesto Scrambled Eggs aka Green Eggs Recipe for breakfast or brunch?
Learn a skill for life with this easy to remember foolproof basic pancake recipe that ensures perfect pancakes every time.
These incredibly delicious chocolate swirl pancakes are a fresh twist on the classic pancake, using Nutella as an additional indulgent ingredient.
The light and fluffy vanilla pancakes from this recipe make for a great breakfast treat. They are also gluten-free and vegan-friendly!
This oaty pancake recipe – more like an oaty take on a classic pancake recipe – is so easy to make you can whip up a batch in no time at all.
Pimp up your toast with this Smashed Peas, Feta, Nigella seeds and Honey Toast recipe. Toast will never be the same!
This salad is all about the crunch and bite of raw ingredients, and the honey-sweet warmth of the punchy dressing that brings it all together.
There are so many great ways to eat asparagus but this firm favourite features the fresh, rich, salty contrast of asparagus, eggs and bacon.