This cheesy, creamy pie has your name written all over it.
Tools you'll need: Springform pan ($22, )
This mustardy potato side totally counts as salad—look at those greens!
Ah, Easter—the moment when carrots finally get their time to shine.
Asparagus, snap peas, and radishes are the ultimate trio—and this citrusy salad is proof.
Wake up little ones on Easter morning with these fun-to-eat egg-in-a-holes.
Hosting duties fall on your shoulders this year? Whip up a batch of these small egg bakes for a easy recipe that feeds a crowd.
Greet Easter morning with a steaming plate of banana bread pancakes.
There's no better way to wake up than with bread pudding and pancakes.
Because Easter jus wouldn't be the same without a big plate of hot cross buns.
Sweet maple syrup, doughy French toast, and savory ham come together for the ultimate brunch dish.
These sophisticated sandwiches strike the perfect balance of sweet and savory.
This brunch-ready dish can easily feed a crowd.
This savory take on pancakes is delicious anytime of the day.
Chunky chopped pesto and creamy ricotta combine in a flaky phyllo dough crust.
You can store extra candied peel at room temperature for up to a month.
Are you a chicken and waffles kind of person? If so, you're going to love this.
Prep a delicious batch of banana bread in one bowl in just 20 minutes.
Thanks to packaged puff pastry, this fresh springtime tart is super simple to make.
This simple salad can be made in under 10 minutes!
You might want to make two of these extra-large sticky rolls, since brunch guests are sure to want seconds.
Serve this dish as a tasty appetizer and your guests will agree that there's no better way to eat your veggies than on a pizza!
Egg whites, beaten into stiff peaks, give this savory main dish its heavenly loft; cheese, fresh dill, and roasted peppers provide the irresistible flavor. Plus, a serving has just 374 seriously worth-it calories.
Tools you'll need: 2-quart souffle dish ($20, )
Premade fondant daisy flowers give this cake centerpiece status.
Things are about to get really exciting for your old loaf pan.
This is what they mean when they talk about "sweet greens," right?
Tools you'll need: Bundt pan ($12, )
Celebrate Easter with this refreshing cocktail that uses freshly chopped rhubarb.
Bright idea: Fill an Easter Bunny bag ($16 for 10; ) with jelly beans for an easy party favor; a quick stitch turns Birds of a Feather Eggs fabric ($9.50/yard; ) into pretty napkins.
No other breakfast sandwich stacks up to these—loaded with herb sausage patties, eggs, tomato, and parsley, this is as good as it gets.
Maple brings a touch of sweetness to this pork sausage dish.
Dense with onions, potatoes, olives, and cheese, this homey, one-skillet wonder hits the spot. Serve it hot or at room temperature, sliced into wedges.