5 Fun Easter Egg Recipes For The Whole Family

Easter is just around the corner and makes for a great holiday to celebrate with family, especially if you’ve got little ones. Here are five fun recipes to enjoy with the whole family.

1.Easter Bunny Pancakes

Easter eggs are nothing new, so give your kids an unexpected twist for breakfast: Easter Bunny Pancakes. You don’t need any special tools to shape the pancakes and you could even use a premade pancake batter if you want to go straight to decorating.

For the pancake batter, you’ll need eggs, milk, butter, vanilla, flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt. Feel free to go wild with the decorations, but for the basics you’ll need marshmallows, sweetened coconut, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and a banana.

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2. Roasted Red Pepper & Baked Egg Galettes

Serve dinner for breakfast with this delightful baked egg galette recipe. For this recipe, you’ll need one large red pepper, 10-12 baby sweet peppers, one large red onion, ½ teaspoon dried thyme, two teaspoons ground coriander, salt, pepper, six tablespoons olive oil, three tablespoons flat leaf parsley, 1 ½ tablespoons cilantro, three tablespoons sour cream, six six-inch squares of puff pastry, and seven large eggs.

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3. Caramel Egg Stuffed Easter Croissants

You couldn’t ask for a simpler and more luxurious breakfast croissant. The secret is to bake the croissant with a chocolate egg inside. Just be ready for chocolate gooey goodness once you take a bite out of the freshly baked croissant. All you need is a pack of ready to bake croissant dough, six Cadbury’s Caramel Eggs, and one beaten egg.

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4. Easter Deviled Eggs

Easter isn’t Easter without deviled eggs. For an Easter twist, color the eggs before adding the filling. The kids will “ooh” and “aah” and enjoy a fun — and healthy — Easter breakfast (if you use Chino Valley Ranchers Pasture Raised Eggs, that is).

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5. Crab Eggs Benedict

The holidays are a time for making the boring exciting by coming up with new and creative ways to enjoy the old and familiar. Breakfast is no exception. This Crab Eggs Benedict recipe calls for English muffins, crab meat, eggs, white vinegar, spinach, butter, egg yolks, lemon juice, pepper, and parmesan cheese.

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