Everybody knows the best part of a weekend is brunch, and the best part about brunch is having it with your friends.
With Easter coming up, gather your group for a spring-inspired celebration of breakfast, lunch and friendship.
Peep, peep! This cute DIY Easter candy is a recipe for marshmallow made from scratch. Once you’ve mastered chicks, you could try other shapes and colors for different holidays. Imagine knocking out some of these on a cold day and popping them in your hot chocolate!
The first day of spring has come and gone, but I still see that snowflake icon popping up on my weather app. So, really, who knows what weather to expect on Easter! If you find yourself in a chilly part of the country, this adorable boozy hot chocolate will give you a spot in host history.
Sometimes you just want to revisit childhood favorites as an adult. I know I’d be pretty stoked to find marshmallow-flavored vodka jelly shots in my basket.
What is brunch without a cocktail? I mean, really. For Easter, cheers with a little jelly bean-enhanced vodka. It’s what I imagine the Easter Bunny sips on after his rounds.
There’s something perfect about champagne in the morning. If mimosas aren’t your jam, a Berry Bellini Cocktail is a pretty stand-in.
Cinnamon rolls are always a winner with a big group, and this party ring is no exception. Plus, there’s the added caramel apple twist to upgrade your taste buds.
This yummy brunch ring uses Pillsbury™ refrigerated crescent dinner rolls. And, let’s just be honest, those are kinda great.
Sometimes you’ve got to be honest with yourself. And, if I’m honest with myself, I hit the snooze button until my neighbor starts pounding on our shared wall. This French toast is prepared the night before and refrigerated overnight. The next morning, you just stumble from your bed to the kitchen and put it in the oven. It’s a pretty neat trick for a sleeping beauty such as myself.
If you want to spend your brunch morning with a little less stress, these yummy breakfast bites can be made up to three days ahead. Even if you were to make them day-of, they only take 35 minutes. So, really, why aren’t you writing down your grocery list already?
This bite-size quiche cups are seriously cute. My favorite thing about them is that you can pretend to be a giantess and demand gifts from the “villagers”, i.e. your friends. This is not my friends’ favorite thing about them.
People are really crazy about bacon nowadays. Like in a really weird way – I think that if most people were given a choice between winning the lottery and eating more bacon, they would choose the bacon. The good news is that serving these bacon cinnamon rolls at your brunch will fill your friends with so much joy that they might blackout for a second.
The larger the group, the more varied their tastes. For example, I always want the most exotic and unusual ingredients in my food, while others want something simple and familiar. This idea gives your guests the option to customize their mini frittata before you pop them in the oven for a quick bake. Both your picky and adventurous friends will thank you!
Sometimes you just need a little spice, and this Ham & Chile Brunch Pizza is here for you. Let’s face it. You’re probably the fun one of the group anyway.
You’ve already got enough friends. I mean, you’re throwing a brunch party, for goodness’ sake. But if you were looking for more, this would be a really easy way to make them.
These babies are made even easier with the use of Pillsbury™ Grands!™ biscuits. It’ll give you more time for drying your hair and pretending to wash the dishes that have been waiting in the sink since Tuesday. But maybe I’m projecting.
Cheese, eggs and broccoli keep it savory. The flaky crescents that are wrapped around the bake keep your guests coming back for more.
Lemon bars always go the fastest on a dessert table. And this recipe is super easy! It’s a pretty easy decision.
Skip some steps in the doughnut making process and use Pillsbury™ Grands!™ Flaky Layers or Homestyle refrigerated honey butter biscuits instead. Just putting you ahead of the game.
Add a little extra bite to your grandma’s deviled eggs by throwing Buffalo chicken into the mix. The real question is: which comes first, the buffalo chicken or the eggs?
As warm weather begins to make its way back into our lives, you’re going to be seeing a lot more zucchini. These Cheesy Garlic Zucchini Melts add a nice savory snack to your brunch table.