I hope you are having a happy Easter.
Our son, daughter-in-law and grandkids came over for Easter brunch. I made these
cute bird nest I found over at Our Adventures In Home Improvement.
We also had crescent roll “carrots” filled with homemade chicken salad and fresh fruit. Thanks to Living My life On Purpose for sharing how to make the “carrots”.
The banana bread was delicious! The secret to making it moist is substituting applesauce for the eggs and oil. The ham and cheese quiche was the last thing to make it to the table and I completely forgot to take a picture.
We all enjoyed a casual brunch and spending time together as a family.
I hope your day was special!
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13 thoughts on “Easter Brunch With Crescent Roll “Carrots””
Sherry, Your Easter Brunch looks so delicious! Love the little birds nests. Happy Easter to you and your family!!
Oh my gosh those crescent rolls look amazing and I have to try them. So happy to hear that you had a peaceful Easter. I did as well despite the fact that I ate way too much!!
Looks just lovely Sherry! We went out for brunch, the first time ever…the jury is still out on that one! The carrots are genius! N.xo
I would love to have a crescent roll carrot and an Easter egg nest to nibble on today! How lovely!
What a wonderful brunch and love the Carrot croissants! Perfect!
Your food not only sounds good but looks good too. I love those chicken salad sandwiches made to look like carrots!
Your brunch looks wonderful and sounds like a great time with family.
Sherry, your Easter brunch looks delicious. I used to make the little bird's nests for my students each year. This post make me smile with sweet memories.
This is the kind of meal that makes a family memory. It tells your guests that they are important to you.
What a wonderful brunch! I will have to remember all those for my boys. They would love it!
I'm so glad you made the nests! It looks like a great meal. I love the crescent roll carrots too.
Have a great day!
How pretty everything looks Sherry!
THose " carrots " are too adorable and bet they were delicious!