When I think of brunch, I usually think of after church dining on Sunday. But brunch is so much more than that! It can be breakfast, it can be lunch, or it can be an excuse to get together with friends and family to try delicious new foods. Brunch is more of a social event than it is a meal.

Nevertheless, a spring brunch deserves a menu full of tasty cuisine, and that’s what I’m sharing with you here. While there are many different dishes worth trying, these are some that will add an extra dose of spring flavor to your brunch.

Biscuit Egg Casserolesource: Lil’ Luna

1. Biscuit Egg Casserole

As a mom who lives in the south, this recipe is right up my alley! I’m a bit of a sucker for casseroles, and cheese can almost always win me over. But this is also really easy to make, so you can throw it together the morning of your brunch.

Get the full recipe for this cheesy deliciousness over at Lil’ Luna.

Greek Potatoessource: Damn Delicious

2. Slow Cooker Greek Potatoes

Potatoes are one of those foods that you can eat any time of day. And I’m all about the slow cooker, so this simple recipe caught my attention. This dish is full of zesty spices and flavors, and makes a great side dish for a spring brunch.

You’ll find the ridiculously easy cooking instructions from Damn Delicious.

Crustless Quichesource: Jo-Lynne Shane

3. Crustless Quiche With Spinach & Bacon

If there’s one food that can make even the pickiest eaters give in to healthy dishes, it’s got to be bacon. Who doesn’t love bacon? Quiche is usually a pretty healthy food, and this spinach version is no exception. Well, except for the bacon. But it’s all good. Because bacon.

Stop by Jo-Lynne Shane to get your bacon fix and learn how to fix this.

Blueberry Almond French Toastsource: Picky Palate

4. Blueberry Almond French Toast Bake

Mmm…french toast. With sweet blueberries and almonds? Even better! This recipe is really easy and is loaded with ingredients like cinnamon, brown sugar, vanilla extract, and maple syrup. You could enjoy this as your main brunch dish, or just enjoy a small plate full on the side.

Learn how to bake this blueberry masterpiece at Picky Palate.

Baked Omeletsource: The Seasoned Mom

5. Spring’s Finest Baked Omelet

A healthy, colorful choice, this omelet is sure to be gobbled up in no time. (I think the name is a good indication of why.) You can prep and bake the entire thing in an hour or less, so it will be fresh and warm just in time for brunch.

Visit The Seasoned Mom for the full list of ingredients and instructions on making this.

Lemon Poppy Seed Breadsource: The Skinny Fork

6. Lemon Poppyseed Bread

One of my favorite bakery flavors is lemon. More specifically, lemon poppyseed. This bread is not only a lemony delight, it’s also got a grapefruit glaze on top. I mean, talk about DELISH. What a unique flavor combination! Spring brunch just got a little sweeter, a little tangier and a lot yummier.

Check out the full recipe for this on The Skinny Fork.

Leena Kollar

Leena Kollar

Contributing Writer at Life As Mama
I'm a wife, mother and everything else associated with domestic life. I can often be found hiding from my kids to sneak treats (especially ice cream). I love rainbows and naps, and I find any excuse to go to Target. When I actually make it out of the house in real clothes, I document my outfits on my fashion blog, Leather & Lip Gloss. My love for fashion also inspired me to start my own comprehensive style website, The Style Spectrum.
Leena Kollar
Leena Kollar

Leena Kollar

Contributing Writer at Life As Mama
I'm a wife, mother and everything else associated with domestic life. I can often be found hiding from my kids to sneak treats (especially ice cream). I love rainbows and naps, and I find any excuse to go to Target. When I actually make it out of the house in real clothes, I document my outfits on my fashion blog, Leather & Lip Gloss. My love for fashion also inspired me to start my own comprehensive style website, The Style Spectrum.
Leena Kollar