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You already know the basic principles of hosting Easter brunch, but if you're looking to elevate things, these links have you covered. We're talking jam-filled donut muffins, hot cross buns, roast rack of lamb, and -- since no Easter celebration is complete without them -- coconut cakes topped with Peeps. Read on for more inspiration!

Easter Donut MuffinsRoast Leg of LambHomemade Cheesy PotatoesBruschetta with Asparagus

  • Kick things off with some jam-filled donut muffins. (Vintage Mixer.)
  • For the main course: Roast rack of lamb. (Manger.)
  • Homemade cheesy potatoes belong on every brunch table. (Simply Scratch.)
  • You can't go wrong with poached eggs and asparagus on crusty bread. (Hortus.)

Peeps Coconut CakeGreek Stuffed Deviled EggsHot Cross BunsBerry Dutch Baby

  • A true brunch stunner: Triple berry Dutch baby. (Joy the Baker.)

Which food blogs inspired you this week? Tell us in the comments!

Photos on top by (clockwise) Vintage Mixer, Manger, Simply Scratch, Hortus

Photos on bottom by (clockwise) I Am a Food Blog, Edible Perspective, Two Red Bowls, Joy the Baker

Tags: food52 favorites, links we love, roundup, bloggers, easter

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about 1 year ago Denise | TLT

My favorite Easter brunch recipe were these lovely bannock breads. Just as good when it's not Easter of course! http://tlt-thelittlethings...

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about 1 year ago Eat This My Friend | Jade O'Donahoo

Recently discovered Edible Perpective and can't get enough!
Being a food blogger myself I love the photography and styling tips she offers - what a talent!
X Jade
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about 1 year ago Ginger Stark

Everything from Stark Raving Delicious has been yummy-
www.starkravingdelicious...

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about 1 year ago Matt Libling

Lovely post - always grwat to hear what others have been up to, my favourite is a new blog I discovered recently called timedeating.co.uk - I'm learning a lot about how to get ahead with my cooking in the same way restaurant do - this was my favourite post (lemon meringue tart) http://timedeating.co.uk...

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about 1 year ago slothrop

I was quite unhappy when I went to http://www.thevintagemixer... and suddenly some video ad for NetFlix started playing automatically, WITH AUDIO. However good a site may be, there is no excuse for that, and I won't be going back there.

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about 1 year ago ATG117

Are you folks aware that the doughnut muffin pic is actually a betty Crocker pic (and recipe) which the blogger links to?

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about 1 year ago Lauren Kodiak

Hi, ATG117! Becky (from Vintage Mixer) developed that delicious recipe as a "Betty Blogger" for Betty Crocker. We always like to link back to the original source, so that's why we included Becky's site. It's her recipe!