No matter how you may celebrate the Easter holiday, most can agree that a meal shared with family and friends is always a highlight. We’ve rounded up our favorite, crowd-pleasing recipes for an Easter brunch or spring potluck. Bon appétit!
Bring this make-ahead casserole to any potluck and you'll be heckled for the recipe. The taste is akin to pecan sticky buns — yum!
This one takes the cake! This moist, classic sour cream coffee cake and its brown-sugar crunch are the ultimate complement to any potluck spread. Dress it up by adding berries for an extra punch of color and flavor.
What’s a brunch without a generous helping of potatoes? This savory recipe takes spuds to a new level with the extra-rich additions of cheese, sour cream and breadcrumbs. Great for large gatherings, it feeds a crowd of 10 to 12.
A delicious use for the star of Easter — eggs — in parternship with spring asparagus is this cheesy breakfast casserole. Can be made in advance if you are a planner.
Move over traditional flapjacks! Try this native-to-Seattle recipe for a delightful twist on the popular breakfast pancake. Along with the confectioners’ sugar and lemon wedge garnishes suggested, you can branch out with other topping options, such as berries, jam and whipped cream.
These individual frittatas packed with cheesy goodness are the perfect addition to any brunch. You may want to double the recipe — they go fast!
This coffee cake uses almost all whole grains and yet remains light and tender — a guilt-free indulgence. And the smell of it baking is divine!
Ground lamb, mashed potatoes and a rich mushroom-beer gravy make for a divine combo in this savory dish.
Trying to find the perfect potato salad? We rounded up three different versions to appeal to different palates — take your pick, they’re all winners.
If you’ve been tasked with bringing a boring veggie side dish, we’ve got you covered. This recipe featuring the humble broccoli steals the show with its cheesy cream sauce. More, please!