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Easy Breakfast and Brunch Ideas for an Unforgettable Easter Sunday



Easter Sunday is a special opportunity to gather with friends and family. Whether you're making breakfast for your family or hosting brunch with a larger group, consider these three kid-friendly recipes that are sure to satisfy!


Lemon blueberry pancakes For a popular crowd-pleaser, consider making these fluffy lemon blueberry pancakes. You simply whisk dry ingredients together including flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Next, you'll mix your wet ingredients in a separate bowl. They include one egg, lemon juice, milk, and vanilla extract. Then, slowly pour your wet mixture and gradually whisk it together into your dry ingredients. You'll want to continue whisking the ingredients well until there are no lumps. Now, fold in fresh blueberries until they are evenly distributed in the mixture. Use a griddle or frying pan and add butter evenly to coat the whole surface. You can make the packages the size that you prefer. Cook until the edges are gold brown on both sides. For a beautiful presentation, top the pancakes with a dollop of whipped cream and more fresh blueberries on top. They are so delicious and sweet that you will likely not need any syrup.


Fruit salad with honey-lime dressing


A refreshing recipe that always makes breakfast or brunch better is a juicy fruit salad. To start this Easter Sunday recipe, simply chop up your favourite fruits. Exotic fruits are very welcomed and exciting to see on the table. Put all the chopped fruit in a big bowl and let it sit while you make the dressing.


In a separate bowl, combine lime juice, honey, and a pinch of salt and whisk together until smooth. Finally, slowly pour the dressing over the fruit as you carefully fold it in with a big serving spoon. Chill in the refrigerator until it's ready to be served. You'll notice that the fruit will sweat out its natural juices, making the dish extra juicy and flavourful.


Egg and cheese croissant casserole


Making comfort food is a great way to warm up Easter Sunday. This hearty dish is very easy to make and is sure to impress your friends and family. Tear up croissants into pieces and create a layer at the bottom of a greased baking pan. Next, in a bowl, combine eggs, cheese, and veggies such as red pepper and onions. It's always a good idea to add salt and pepper. Take this mixture and pour some on top of your croissants in the baking pan until you cover them completely. Add another layer of croissants and repeat the process until you've used all of your ingredients. The same way you would layer lasagna. Bake for 30 minutes at 175 degree Celsius until the edges are golden brown. Top with parsley and serve with sour cream on the side.


To find the freshest ingredients for your Easter Sunday celebration, visit Famous Foods grocery store in Vancouver.

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