This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Whole Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.

We talk about Brunch a lot here on TfDiaries. It's no secret that I love a good brunch especially when it happens to fall on a special occasion. So, when Whole Foods wanted to team up to create the perfect Easter Brunch, you know I hopped right on board!



You might know that I'm already a pretty avid Whole Foods shopper. We have our favorite stores throughout the city and always stop in the Union Square store for lunch when we take the boys to the park. What you might not know is that Whole Foods via Prime Now delivery is a lifesaverShop everything you need for brunch, daily life or just the essentials and have it delivered to your home with free two-hour delivery (valid for Prime Members in select zip codes)! Skip the seemingly endless lines and save your energy for putting together an amazing spread. Click here for some of their Easter brunch inspiration and to shop. ...and an amazing spread it will be!


Now, let's talk about mine a bit. To make things easier on myself, I mixed my menu with pre-made items (like muffins, croissants and pre-baked quiche) with easy recipes. Honestly, it sure beat hours creating from scratch and tasted/looked nearly identical. Looking to skip the cooking all together? They have an excellent catering option too! They're making the holidays convenient and much more fun to celebrate sans the stress of prep. Now, if they could come clean my apartment too, that would be great...
Knowing that Easter brunches are usually very sweet, I went in thinking I wanted to do a mix of half sweet and half savory. I created a Build Your Own Waffle Bar with several flavors from 365 Everyday Value Waffles. The toppings were everything from fruit, chocolate chips, organic sprinkles, and Annie's graham bunnies! There are so many choices, you're really just limited by your imagination. Savory items like sausage and bacon as toppings were a hit as well. Of course, they were topped off with a drizzle of 365 Everyday Value Maple Syrup and Whipped Cream.
This Easter Brunch ended up being the perfect opportunity to debut my Bananas Foster Cinnamon Rolls recipe and here's the big secret: they're made with store-bought refrigerated dough. In addition to the waffles and rolls, I served up bakery fresh muffins and croissants as well as fresh fruit with spring cut out details.
For more of the savory, I was thrilled that the pre-made quiches cut my cooking time in half. 30 minutes at 350˚ and voila: fresh baked delicious quiches. I got both the Quiche Lorraine & Broccoli Cheddar- they were phenomenal! Of course, no brunch is complete without Avocado Toast so I added a little easter spin to it with dyed Easter eggs (dyed with 65 Everyday Value Plant-Based Food Coloring and served on a bed of micro greens).
  The tablescape was all things easter-themed: from candy eggs and little graham bunnies to fresh cut tulips and colorful flower cookies from the bakery. I also bought a few fresh herbs to help bring in a little extra greenery that doubles as additional seasoning! A little rosemary on the quiche was perfection.
Shop and Create The Easiest Easter Brunch You'll Ever Make
Build Your Own Waffle Bar
What You Need: 

3-6 Pkgs. 365 Everyday Value Waffles 

(I got both full size & minis in every flavor)

365 Everyday Value Chocolate Chips

Let's Do Organic Confetti Sprinkles 

Annie's Organic Friends Bunny Grahams

Easter Chocolates 

Fresh Strawberries // Blueberries // Blackberries 

365 Everyday Value Chicken & Maple Breakfast Sausages

365 Everyday Value Uncured Smokehouse Bacon

365 Everyday Value Organic Maple Syrup

365 Everyday Value Whipped Cream


Toast. Build. Eat.
Easter Egg Avocado Toast
What You Need: 

Organic Italian Bread (sliced)

365 Everyday Value 12 ct. Cage-free Eggs. 

365 Everyday Value Plant Based Food Coloring 

(I only buy this one, always!)

Avocados 4ct. 

Broccoli Microgreens

Red Pepper Flakes 


Boil eggs accordingly. Crack eggs with the side of a fork or spoon and let sit in water for a couple of minutes, then drain. Add a few drops of color to the eggs and lightly toss to coat.



While you let the dye sit for 5-10 minutes; peel, slice and mash up your avocados. Add salt, pepper and granulated garlic to taste.


In the oven, toast the bread slices until golden brown.


Peel your eggs and rinse. How fun is that crackle pattern on the eggs?! Slice eggs.


On the toasted bread add a spoonful of mashed avocado, spread until evenly coated. 


Add egg slices and top with red pepper flakes. 
Bananas Foster Cinnamon Rolls
What You Need:

Immaculate Baking Co. Ready To Bake Cinnamon Rolls

3 Conventional Bananas, cut lengthwise and halved

1 Stick Of 365 Everyday Value Organic Butter

1/4 Cup; 365 Everyday Value Organic Light Brown Sugar

2 Tbsp. 365 Everyday Value Organic Vanilla Extract

1/4 C. Rum - Optional


Preheat oven to 350˚


In a cast iron skillet, melt the butter on medium low heat. 


Add the sugar and stir until dissolves. Add vanilla extract


Place banana slices in the skillet. 


When the bananas start to soften and brown add the rum.


Next, place the cinnamon rolls on top of the bananas and move the skillet into the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes. 


Enjoy warm with whipped topping or ice cream.
Quiche Lorraine 
Fruit Salad With Flower and Bunny Cutouts 
What You Need:

2 C. Strawberries, sliced

1 Cup Blueberries 

1 Cup Blackberries 

1 Pineapple, sliced 

1 Cup Cantaloupe, sliced


With cookie cutters, cut pineapple slices into desired shape and place in bowl with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and cantaloupe. Do you see the bunny?
Tropical Italian Soda Mocktails

What You Need: 

Whole Foods Tropical Blend Italian Soda 

2 Cups Orange Juice

Sliced Fruit Garnish- Optional
What's on your shopping list for Easter?  
Hoppy Easter! 
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