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Easter Meal Ideas

Easter Meal Ideas

Quick and easy to make Easter meal ideas that are guaranteed to make your kids smile! See how to make different breakfast styled food to get into the Easter spirit!

A fun Easter meal to wake up to in the morning has always been a tradition in my house every year. But lets be honest really any reason to celebrate is a good day in our home. I was raised by a mom who made every holiday special and elaborate. I know not everyone agrees with that and some call it lavish and over the top, but I have very fond memories on each and every holiday growing up! And I have my mom to thank for that. So through out the years I have tried to transform my house into the home that I grew up in. Making each and every holiday something very special for my husband and my kids.

Spice your holiday meals up!

When I started to think about what my Easter meal would be for morning time, many ideas ran through my mind. Breakfast is my families favorite meal of the day, so I knew I wanted to go all out! I have been cooking up my bacon way too much lately and decided that I would share some fun Easter meal ideas that involve the beloved BACON (my personal favorite). Each have a little different twist on them, but they are all fun Easter Breakfast ideas that are VERY easy to make with little ingredients! And that is how breakfast should be! Fun and Easy!

Easter is one of my absolute favorite holidays, because I get to relax with my family all day and cook delicious meals for everyone. My kids might see it as a day where they get to stuff their faces with food, but who can blame them when they’re to the theme! I have many different variations of food that I like to make for different holidays and for Easter I like to focus on breakfast. For all of these meals, they can be made quickly and most include the same if not very similar ingredients! My kids even like creating their own bunny’s and are very helpful in the kitchen on this particular holiday. I hope you enjoy my spin on these Easter meal ideas!


How to make Bacon and Egg Bunny Bites


  • 1 packages English muffins
  • 12 eggs
  • 15 slices of bacon, cooked for a minute or two on each side but not all the way done
  • Garnish: olives, carrots, cheese

(This recipe is very simple and can be made in any amounts!!)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F and grab muffins tins and spray them with cooking spray. Take the English muffins and slice in half. Grab a cookie cutter (I used a 1 7/8 inch circle cookie cutter) or the bottom of a glass and cut as many muffin circles as you need. Place in the bottom of the muffin tin. Grab the slightly under cooked bacon  and wrap it around the muffin tin. Crack an egg in the center and season with salt and pepper. Cook in the oven for 20 minutes. When they come out slice up some cheese for the whiskers and place to small pieces of bacon for the bunny ears, two olives or blueberries or anything place for the eyes, use a cut up carrot or tomato or raspberry for the nose and then place the whiskers next to the nose to create a bunny.


Next up are these Backwards Bunny Pancakes!

Backwards Bunny Pancakes


  • 3 sizes of Pancakes
  • Bacon
  • Whipped Cream
Take a smaller pancake and put down for the head. Then a larger pancake for the body. Grab 2 small pancakes and shape them into ovals or make small oval pancakes. Add a dollop of whipped cream for the tail. And top it off with two slices of thick bacon for the ears. Fold over the top a little to look more like floppy ears.
Then Scrambled Egg Bunnies…

Scrambled Egg Bunny


  • Eggs
  • Provolone Cheese
  • Bacon
  • Garnish- tomatoes, carrots, blueberries, raspberries, etc.
Scramble up some eggs and place on a plate or in a small bowl. Add slices of bacon for the ears. Provolone cheese for the whiskers. A carrot for the nose and some olives for the eyes.
And to finish it off, I made Easter Shaped Pancakes with a side of bacon!

How to make Easter Themed pancakes

Make your favorite pancake mix or recipe and grab some Easter pancake molds. Spray the molds well and make them on a hot skillet. Flip over, butter them up, and serve with fresh fruit, bacon, and Buttermilk Syrup.
( I have different pancake molds for each holiday and my kids absolutely love them! Find them on amazon or at Williams-Sonoma)
Hopefully I have inspired you to make a fun breakfast styled Easter meal for you and your loved ones on Easter Morning! 
If you enjoyed this recipe make sure to go check out my other Easter themed creations:


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  1. These are delicious! I ve never commented on a blog recipe before, but I ve made these three times since January t and everyone always comments on how good the potatoes are. You deserve your 5 star rating. ??