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Last month, my friend Sara got me connected with fellow East Tennessee bloggers on Facebook. I love connecting with local bloggers – you know, people who GET what I do on this space.
This month we’re collaborating to share wonderful Easter ideas and posts with you. Here are the other posts.
- Rebecca has a post entitled Easter: The Beginning!
- Sarah has a lovely Spring & Easter Wreath to share!
- Meghan is sharing some of her GORGEOUS baskets from her business called KMac.
- Melissa is sharing a popular, meaningful Easter favorite: Empty Tomb Cookies!
- Candace is sharing one of her family’s favorite Easter traditions: The Tomb Cake.
- Heather takes us on a tour of the farm in Spring!!
Our family has a long tradition of special occasion breakfasts. My daddy often made us a big breakfast on days when we had tests, our birthdays, Christmas, and other special days. Fried hashbrowns, sausage, eggs to order, corned beef hash …. yum.
I’ll admit I tend to bake sweeter breakfasts when I want something special. I love baking, and I have a sweet tooth. Here are some fun, Springtime breakfasts you could serve up on Easter!
My mom would make monkey bread pretty often for holidays or other occasions, so I guess I relate it with the “special breakfasts” category. This is my bread machine monkey bread. And it’s delicious! (P.S. You can stuff the balls of dough with cream cheese to make “Gorilla Bread.” And it’s even better.)
Last year on Easter – even though I had just had a baby two weeks before – I made Orange-Coconut Sweet Rolls. I love, love, love the combination of citrus and coconut. The dough in these is made with coconut milk and you roll marmalade in them. Perfect Spring flavors!
If you’re not a coconut fan, I also have a great recipe for Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls.
Here are a few more ideas from around the blogosphere.
- Bunny Tushie Pancakes
- Hot Cross Cinnamon Buns
- Carrot Cake Monkey Bread
- Egg Casserole with Ham, Cheese, and Spinach
- Easter Pie
Be sure to scroll up and check out those links from my fellow East Tennessee Bloggers.
What’s your favorite holiday breakfast to make?