Like hunting for Easter eggs, Easter brunch is a beloved tradition in many families. This Easter, we’re encouraging you to think beyond your customary breakfast casserole recipe to something fresh and different – like Louisiana Crabcakes Eggs Benedict or Salmon, Mushroom, and Dill Quiche. We've included these, and a few of our other favorites, so you and your family can enjoy fresh fish and seafood on Easter morning. And not to worry – these recipes are not only delicious but also easy to make – so you can have lots of time to search for Easter eggs.
Here are a few of our favorite Easter brunch meal ideas:
We all know that eggs benedict is delicious; a buttery English muffin topped with a lightly poached egg and Hollandaise is absolutely indulgent. But what happens when you up the ante on this rich brunch classic with a sweet and succulent homemade crabcake? We’ll tell you – you now have a legend on your plate.
Our jumbo lump crabmeat makes this recipe for Louisiana Crabcakes Benedict a breeze because we’ve already done the picking for you!
And here’s a poached egg pro tip – add a little bit of white vinegar to your poaching liquid to help keep the egg white intact.
Quiche is a reliable brunch standby because it can be prepared in advance and either reheated or served cold. A pre-made pie crust from your grocer’s freezer can be substituted for a homemade crust, making quiche even easier if you’re short on time.
Our favorite brunch quiche recipe is Salmon, Mushroom, and Dill Quiche. Featuring a creamy and custardy egg center and a buttery crust, this recipe includes the protein-packed punch of fresh salmon that is complemented by pungent fresh dill. Cremini mushrooms lend a richness to this brunch recipe.
We offer various fresh salmon options, ranging from our economical Atlantic salmon to our Fulton's Finest Salmon, raised in Denmark’s Faroe Islands. All of our various salmon offerings are carefully curated to ensure that you’re getting the best flavor and quality.
We’ll pass on rubbery, dried-out eggs, but we’ll have seconds of this incredible breakfast recipe for Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Trout and Green Onions.
There’s tons of flavor in this simple, quick recipe – we promise. The addition of cream cheese and butter guarantees rich, creamy results, and the smoked trout contributes a tender, smoky flavor that is enhanced by green onions and dill.
Our smoked trout fillets are the perfect ingredient for this Easter brunch recipe, and if you have any smoked trout left over, we recommend flaking it and adding it to potato salad.
Restaurant brunch standout Shrimp and Grits is a welcomed addition to your Easter brunch table. While the ingredient list is a little lengthier than some of our simpler seafood brunch ideas, the effort is well worth it.
Our favorite preparation of Shrimp and Grits calls for yellow grits, a Southern staple, to be combined with cheddar and diced jalapeño peppers. This smooth yet subtly spicy starch is topped with a blend of andouille sausage, shrimp, garlic, and beer.
Need shrimp? We’ve got you covered. Add our white gulf shrimp to your Easter shopping basket; their sweetness balances the spice of the sausage and jalapeños.
Easter morning can be hectic. If your family is coming and going from church to an Easter egg hunt, a smoked salmon platter is a delicious brunch solution.
It’s simple – arrange smoked salmon on a platter with lemon wedges, red onion slices, capers, and dill. Don’t forget cracked black pepper for heat and depth of flavor. Our favorite bagels to serve with smoked salmon are pumpernickel and garlic, but really, any chewy fresh bagel will be enjoyed.
From gravlax to salmon pastrami to smoked coho and sockeye, our selection of smoked seafood will please any palate on Easter morning.
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We’d be honored to be a part of your Easter brunch menu. Browse our vast selection of sustainably-sourced seafood and make your Easter brunch “Fulton Fresh.”