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12 Healthy Easter Brunch Recipes

Hosting Easter brunch? These healthy options will wow your guests:

1. Pickled Deviled Eggs

Looking for an appetizer that captures the bright color of dyed Easter eggs? The eggs in this dish get their bright hue from beet juice. Plus, it’s a great way to use up your Easter eggs!

2. Vietnamese Style Spring Rolls

This show-stopping appetizer is easier than it looks. Your guests will never realize how simple they are to make.

3. Orozo salad

This light, lemony dish is great for vegetarians and vegans.

4. Roasted Banana Muffins

Roasting enhances the flavor of the bananas, making this low fat and low sugar option taste divine. Greek yogurt adds tangy flavor while cinnamon and nutmeg add spice.

5. Baked Eggs in Peppers

Bright peppers pack vitamin C while eggs give your guests healthy protein.

6. Eggless Sweet Potato French Toast

Have guests on an egg-free diet? They’ll never miss them with this luscious french toast.

7. Asian Slaw

This dish’s vivid color and bold taste deliver heart-healthy cruciferous veggies.

8. Tuna Empanadas

Get your Omega 3s in this simple finger food option.

9. Green Lemonade

This refreshing drink gets its green tint from healthful spinach and tart green apples.

10. Greek Yogurt Blueberry Muffins

Healthy Greek yogurt makes these muffins taste rich and indulgent while keeping fat grams down.

11. Overnight Oats

Overnight oats are an easy make-ahead dish. Serve with fresh fruit in tiny tea cups so that your guests have enough room to try everything else.

12. Mini Salted Lemon Cheesecakes

Portion control is a snap when you offer an indulgent dessert in individual, bite-sized pieces.

Once you’ve put these health yeaster brunch recipes on the table, serve your guests in style. Decorate your table with colorful Easter runners, cute salt and pepper shakers and handy serving dishes. It will make your Easter brunch complete and one to remember!

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