Celebrate finishing your taxes…or Easter… with brunch!

Gluten-Free Brunch Ideas

Are you brunching this weekend?  I don’t brunch very often, but Easter brunch is one I always look forward to. I can never pass up a sausage-y frittata, potato hash, and mid-morning desserts all washed down with a fun and spunky cocktail.  Oh yeah, and hanging out with family is fun as well.

In order to win at brunch, we need to check off the sweet, savory, and cocktail boxes. So let’s do just that! I threw together some gluten-free brunch ideas, because even if you aren’t gluten-intolerant yourself, I have an inkling you know someone who is. Do you brunch with gluten-free-ers? Are you rolling your eyes at my bloggy page? I know. we’re a pain in the glutes. There’s one in every crowd. Winky face.

Heeeere ya go!

Sweet Brunch Ideas

Skinny Carrot Cake Cheesecake from Food Faith Fitness

Carrot Cake Cheesecake (gluten-free)

Oil-Free Peaches & Cream Oat Cupcakes from Pickles n Honey

Peaches n Cream Cupcakes (Oil-free and Gluten-free)

Grain-Free Strawberry Basil Goat Cheese Tart from Tasty Yummies

Grain-Free Strawberry Basil Goat Cheese Tart

Grapefruit Custard Pie from Bojon Gourmet

Grapefruit Custard Pie (gluten-free)

Straberries and Cream Crepes from GI365

Strawberries and Cream Crepes (gluten-free)

Savory Brunch Ideas

Apple-Onion Chicken Breakfast Sausage (Paleo) from An Edible Mosaic

Apple Onion Chicken Breakfast Sausage (paleo)

Potato Bacon Frittata from In Sock Monkey Slippers with Dijon Arugula

Potato Bacon Frittata with Dijon Arugula

Paleo Quiche with Chorizo and Spinach from Every Day Maven

Paleo Quiche with Chorizo and Spinach

Smoky Braised Potatoes with Spicy Romesco Sauce from Oh My Veggies

Smokey Braised Potatoes with Spicy Romesco Sauce

Cocktails…for Brunch!

Blackberry Moscow Mule from Eat Your Heart Out

Blackberry Moscow Mule

Sparkling Rhubarb Apple Sangria from The Law Student’s Wife

Sparkling Rhubarb Apple Sangria

Peach Jalapeño Margaritas from Dessert for Two

Peach Jalapeno Margaritas

Lemon Thyme Cocktails with Honey Simple Syrup from Dishing up the Dirt

Lemon Thyme Cocktails with Honey Simple Syrup

Triple Berry Mojitos from How Sweet Eats

Triple Berry Mojitos

Julia Mueller
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Julia Mueller

Julia Mueller is a recipe developer, cookbook author, and founder of The Roasted Root. She has authored three bestselling cookbooks, – Paleo Power Powers, Delicious Probiotic Drinks, and The Quintessential Kale Cookbook. Her recipes have been featured in several national publications such as BuzzFeed, Self, Tasty, Country Living, Brit.co, etc.

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Questions and Reviews

  1. What time are we to be there? I want a piece of everything. Although, if I start out with one of each of the cocktails, I’m guessing I won’t make it to dessert. So, let’s do it backwards. I’ll start with the desserts. See you Sunday!

    1. I say y’all just come over Saturday night and we can have a pre-brunch fiesta where we do some taste testing…of everything. No reason why Brunch can’t start at 6pm on Saturday, right? Right!

  2. What separates brunch from normal breakfast? If it’s just eating later, eating way too much, and maybe washing it down with alcohol, then I have brunch most weekends 😉 Calling it brunch makes me feel classier about day drinking, for sure, so I’m going to curl up with a couple of these cocktails! They all sound deliciously fruity!

    1. I’m thoroughly amused that brunch includes dessert and cocktails. Whoever started this tradition needs a big sloppy kiss on the face. Hope you enjoy your brunching this weekend, m’lady! 🙂

  3. I WANT THEM ALL. I’m gonna be brunchin’ for dayssssssssss! And, I’m totally ok with that.
    Thanks for sharing my cheesecake lady!

    1. You got it! I’ve been thinking about your carrot cake cheesecake ever since you posted it. Kind of obsessed. Need it in my pie trap 🙂

  4. Lovely roundup! Thanks for featuring my lemon-thyme cocktails. Also, can’t wait to try Dessert For Two’s peach jalapeño margarita. Yum!

    1. You’re welcome! The lemon-thyme combo sounds marvelous to me. So fresh and springy! Hope you enjoy your Sunday brunching this weekend!

  5. Thanks for featuring my crepes! I’m loving this roundup, especially the savory ideas because my mind always thinks sweets!

    1. You’re very welcome! I’ve been meaning to make gluten-free crepes for eeons and seeing your recipe gave my heart and ever-so-pleasant flutter. Doing it. Doing it soon!

  6. I will happily eat GF even if there are no GF-ers I need to cater to! These all look like awesome brunch options!

  7. Gorgeous spread!! My goodness, that grapefruit pie is flawless. My weakness is always the sweets! Hope you have a wonderful Easter weekend!

  8. First I thought the carrot cake was amazing looking. Then my OOHH go louder when I saw the peach-honey cupcakes. THEN I saw the GOAT CHEESE tart. Each one of these better than the last!

  9. Great collection of GF Brunch foods – I am bookmarking a bunch of these! Thanks for including me 🙂