As Easter hops toward us, we’ve got our minds on brunch planning. Easter, March 27 this year, is tailor-made for brunch. It’s a meal that can be dressed up or served more causally, and easily fits the family schedule after church or Easter egg hunts. Eggs, as a symbol of birth and new life, are also fitting for the menu. Here are 15 fabulous Easter brunch quiche recipes that will satisfy guests, young and old, plus vegetarians and not so much.
The classic quiche is laced with spinach and Swiss cheese. Make it early in the morning and serve at room temperature for brunch.
Earthy mushrooms mingle with Swiss and Parmesan cheeses in a quiche that gets another French twist from fresh thyme.
Shredded beefs shows off its muscle in a quiche that makes use of leftovers, or even a brisket made for the occasion.
Spicy chorizo puts a tasty spin on a classic spinach quiche. Red pepper adds a bit of sweetness.
Finger-food quiches are perfect for a brunch buffet with lots of other offerings.
Ham is classic Easter food. And so are eggs. Put them together in an easy-to-eat quiche.
Your guests who eat gluten free will love this quiche (and you). Everyone else will, too.
A tart is a close relative to the quiche, and the bright pear and Roquefort combination is a winner for company.
Spring asparagus brings earthy flavor to a brightly flavored smoke salmon quiche.
Chopped preserved lemon rind is the surprise in this innovative seafood and potato quiche.
French herbs compliment sliced ripe tomatoes in a classic Julia Child quiche.
Springtime leeks bring flavor and color to a rich quiche that’s laced with shrimp and nutmeg.
Goat cheese adds tangy punch to a vegetarian spinach, tomato and bell pepper quiche.
Broccoli bulks up a quiche that’s powered by Cheddar cheese and fluffed up with egg whites.
Everything tastes better with bacon including this ultra-thin havarti cheese quiche.
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