It is almost Easter again, and that also means that the annual Easter brunch is about to happen. Whether you’re celebrating with friends, family or your own family, it’s always fun to make something special out of it. And that does not even have to be unhealthy! Would you rather avoid the sugary Easter roll and the ready-to-eat Easter dishes from the supermarket? With the tips and recipes below you put a delicious Easter brunch on the table, without having to lead your good diet.
This is one fact that every region has its own traditional food and whenever tourists visit from one city to another, they love taste their traditional food. In 2016 when i was in Morocco, i tried their traditional food and it was amazing. On this Easter i have a plan to visit Morocco again, and for-sure i’ll try their food again. You may visit https://moroccanzest.com/moroccan-food-you-must-try/ to learn more about Moroccan traditional food. Happy Easter to all:
Recipes for Easter
Typical Easter recipes are really meant to celebrate spring. Of course there is a large pile of eggs that is part of the party. But fresh fruit and vegetables are also perfect to give the Easter morning more color.
And the good news: that is all very healthy. So you do not necessarily have to put white rolls, egg salad full of sugar and greasy stolen on the table. With our ten tips, a tasty and healthy Easter brunch is just as easy!
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1. Homemade egg salad
No Easter brunch without egg salad. Unfortunately, the egg salads from the supermarket often do not contain so much egg, and a lot of junk that you do not need. Making egg salad yourself is fortunately not complicated! Mix a couple of hard-boiled eggs with a spoonful of mayonnaise, a little mustard and some pepper and salt – and ready.
2. Stuffed avocado
Looking for a chic dish to process those eggs? Make stuffed avocado! The basis is very simple: cut an avocado in half, remove the kernel and fill the hole with an egg. (If necessary, you can scoop the avocado a bit further so that the egg fits in.)
Sprinkle with salt, pepper and grated cheese and slide the avocados for 15 minutes in the oven at 180 degrees. Serve for a real spring feeling with a tuft of alfalfa or other sprouts!
3. Egg muffins
Also nice to make are egg muffins – a kind of mini-quiches. Cut some of your favorite vegetables into pieces and mix with a few eggs, a little cream and some pepper and salt. Scoop in muffin molds and bake in the oven at 180 degrees.
You can of course also add other ingredients, such as cheese, salmon or herbs to taste. This way you adapt the egg muffins to your own preferences!
4. Spring soup
Another idea to incorporate extra vegetables into the Easter brunch in a festive way: put a soup on the table! Then choose a light vegetable soup with especially fresh flavors. Think for example of a pea-mint soup, or make soup of fresh leafy vegetables such as spinach or turnip tops.