Personally I’m taking advantage of the half-day to make a gigantic gluten-free rainbow cake. That’s right, Pinterest has lured me in again. So while you all can wait in anticipation for that wonder of the gluten-free world, in the meantime I’ll tell you how to put together a gluten-free Easter brunch that won’t rely all that heavily on hard-boiled eggs. Because, cholesterol. And lack of variety. And (kind of) yuck.
Also, here is my oft-quoted holiday advice for the gluten-free: Stay home. Unless you bring every food item you want, or are going to an amazing friend or family’s members house who totally gets it, stay home. Whip up these gluten-free dishes, and hide colored eggs all around your house. The only thing that will make you sick is that rotten egg someone discovers three months from now. Happy Easter!
Luckily I’ve been on a quiche-making journey and have not one, not two, but THREE gluten-free quiche recipes for you to kick off your brunch in delicious style:
Now say you’re looking for a little sweet something. Our go-to brunch cake is the amazing gluten-free honeybun cake that my husband covets. It’s good, easy, and a crowd-pleaser. DO IT.
Are you more of a pancake person? Me too!
And finally, since we’ve all been in deep discussion about the injustice of possible gluten in Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, here is my gluten-free Easter candy list that will let you know what you can gorge yourself on this weekend (Hint: Peep it up, ya’ll). You’re welcome.