Hide the eggs. Fill the baskets. Plan the brunch. Your Easter to-do list is full. And we want to make sure you have plenty of time to celebrate. So we're making things a little easier for you. Whether you're hosting five folks or 15, serving eggs or ham (or both), our amazing tool will do the math for you in a jiffy and make sure food waste is non-existent. With over 1/3 of all food produced being thrown away, using our calculator will help you find out how many servings you'll need to simplify your shopping list and prevent unnecessary waste. Your guests and the bunnies will thank you.. Once you see how many servings you'll need, making your shopping list will be a cinch. If we figure out a way to cook it for you too (by next Easter) we'll let you know. We're all about making your life sweeter (and easier) ...


Ok, we’ll take care of dessert too

Actually, now that we think of it, we could dip and bake the dessert for you (you’re on your own with the egg casserole). We’ll deliver bunny-sprinkled berries, fudgy chick brownie pops and more Easter treats to your door. Or if you’re far from home, we’ll send a delicious Easter surprise to your family and friends.

Easter Brunch Menu Calculator

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You Will Need:

pound(s) of ham

rib(s) of lamb

cup(s) of egg casserole

egg(s), scrambled


cinnamon roll(s)

hot cross bun(s)


piece(s) of bacon (thin cut)

pound(s) of roast potatoes

cup(s) of carrots

pound(s) of asparagus

cup(s) of green salad

cup(s) of fruit salad

deviled eggs (2 halves)

cup(s) of hash browns

  8-inch carrot cake(s)

sugar cookies

pan(s) of brownies (13x9)



carton(s) of orange juice

bottle(s) of Champagne

cups of coffee

ounces of iced tea

bottle(s) of sparkling cider

Recipe Ideas For Your Brunch Menu

Honey Baked Ham
from Chew Out Loud

Honey Baked Ham

An Easter brunch staple everyone will love, this honey baked ham strikes the perfect balance between salty and sweet.

Cheesy Breakfast Casserole
from Gimme Some Oven

Easy Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

When it comes to breakfast, casserole is a fantastic option. Eggs, cheese, sausage and hashbrowns combine for a filling meal.

Homemade Waffles
from The Pioneer Woman

Homemade Waffles

It may be homemade, but it's still simple to make. Plus it's so delicious, those at your brunch might forget that there's anything else to eat.

World's Easiest Cinnamon Rolls
from Minimalist Baker

The World's Easiest Cinnamon Rolls

There's something irresistible about cinnamon and icing. This recipe is so much better than that stuff from a tube, and is just as easy to make.

Parmesan Roasted Potatoes
from What's Gaby Cooking?

Parmesan Roasted Potatoes

A light dusting of parmesan cheese takes this recipe to the next level. They're so good, your guests will be eating them by the spoonful.

Tropical Spiced Fruit Salad
from The Clever Carrot

Tropical Spiced Fruit Salad

Fresh and nutritious, this colorful fruit salad would be an excellent way to lighten a brunch that may be a little heavy on carbs or dessert.

Crab Rangoon Deviled Eggs
from I Am A Food Blog

Crab Rangoon Deviled Eggs

An enticing side item could end up being the focus of the whole meal. Crab rangoon inside a deviled egg? Who knew such wonders existed?

Oil Free Hash Browns
from Straight Up Food

Oil Free Hash Browns

Good with ketchup, cheese or a multitude of other toppings, you can't go wrong with hashbrowns. This oil-free recipe is as good as it gets.

Super Moist Carrot Cake
from Sally's Baking Addiction

Super Moist Carrot Cake

It's Easter, so of course there has to be carrot cake. While baking from scratch may take more effort, the scrumptious result is well worth it.

The Very Best Brownies
from Cookie and Kate

The Very Best Brownies

Just like mom used to make, these rich, decadent brownies will make your taste buds think less of all other desserts you may eat.

Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bites
from My Baking Addiction

Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bites

So good you won't be able to eat just one, these salted caramel cheesecake bites with graham cracker crust are rich and delicious.