An Easter brunch or dinner party is one of the favorite Spring parties of all time. As soon as the spring steps in, it sets the mood for outdoor cooking and Easter egg hunts. The one hosting the event then is excited as well as muddled at the same time. All the hassle is supposedly about the menu for the party. Well, if you are planning to host an Easter brunch anytime soon, you need not to worry about the menu, here’s a lost of exotic appetizers that you can serve your guests to gain those extra points!
Asparagus and potato pizza
We don’t generally see a potato topping for pizza, right? But what is we tell you that it can be a great one when combined with the goodness of asparagus. Stun your guests with this unusual and mouthwatering appetizer this Easter.
Crab-cake filled deviled Easter eggs:
You can get as creative with the Easter egg filling as you want. However, if you want to go for something out of the box, you can try this crab cake filling to leave your guests spellbound.
Cucumber feta rolls:
This is a quick and easy appetizer that satisfies your guests’ taste buds like nothing else. All you need to do is slice up some cucumbers real thin, scoop the feta-pepper filling and roll it into these slices.
Marinated goat cheese:
Goat cheese itself is considered to be healthy, flavored, spreadable and sinfully tasty. You can add to its taste further by marinating it using olive oil, garlic, and herb marinade. It can then be served as an appetizer at your Easter brunch along with toasts of your choice.
Smoked salmon bites:
This is yet another delicious, easy to prepare Easter appetizer. You just have to top crunchy potato chips with smoked salmon, sour cream and pickled shallots and you are ready to woo your guests.
This one’s a tangy treat for your guests. Toast some bread slices and top them up with an exciting combination of garlic, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, basila and strawberries.
Artichoke Avocado Toast:
All you have to do to prepare this nutty flavored toast is toast some bread slices and top them with roasted artichokes and sliced radishes. You can either serve these toasts as a whole or cut them into bite sized delicacies for your guests’ convenience.
Pork, pineapple and red onion kebabs:
These are grilled pork and pineapple skewers with a twist. Red onions and a drizzle of brown sugar takes its taste to an entire new level.
This Easter appetizer is going to save you alot of time and yet taste like it took hours to be cooked. Make those asparagus twigs taste like heaven when they are baked after wrapping them up in of pastry dough and sprinkling with Parmesan cheese!
Hope your Easter brunch turns out to be the best one ever with all these amazing appetizer recipes.