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Easter Sunday Brunch: Bunny Pancakes

As you can imagine, Easter Sunday Brunch is one of my favorite meals.

I love the deviled eggs and avocado egg salad, I love the carrot cake, and I especially love this family-friendly favorite – Easter Bunny Pancakes! How fun are these? They’re easy to make, tasty, and extra adorable. My Bunny Pancakes are the perfect star of your Easter Sunday Brunch.

Easter Sunday Brunch

Easter Sunday Brunch Pancakes:

1 – First, make round pancakes! We like to make silver dollar pancakes.

2 – Next, fry up some bacon for the ears. Curl up the bottom with a fork.

3 – Add blueberries for the eyes.

4 – Slice strawberries for the nose.

5 – Lastly, use chocolate licorice for the whiskers

You can use ingredients you have in the house already.

Easter Sunday Brunch

Obviously you can mix and match your ingredients but this is the simple way we make them. When I think about March, April, and even May, my mouth waters for chocolate eggs, baked hams, and Easter pancakes. This recipe is festive, sweet, kid-friendly, and perfectly pretty for your Easter brunch spread as well. You can also serve it for any Easter meal – you don’t have to limit it for brunch. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and all the in-betweens count too. Why not?

Also, I admit I felt silly writing out the steps to this “recipe.” Really, it’s just plain fun! My mom is an artist, and my grandfather was, so I think we are creating a long line of going all out for holidays and seasons. Funny short story, though. (the Twizzlers made me think of it) When I was a kid, I didn’t like jelly beans. I still don’t, but as a kid, I only liked black jelly beans. So my siblings would all get baskets full of a rainbow of jelly bean flavors, and I’d get a whole basket full of black jelly beans. The Easter Bunny (my mom) was a real class act! It made me a believer.

Looking for more Easter Sunday Brunch inspiration? Try Avocado Egg Salad!

So, what’s in your Easter Brunch lineup?

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  1. My girls saw these as I was just scrolling and reading. They told me that I must make these for Easter Sunday breakfast now. So, totally going to be making these now for our Easter breakfast for sure. Thanks 🙂

  2. How easy and adorable. The Humphries are in! What time should we plan on arriving to brunch? We will bring deviled eggs!

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