14 Budget-Friendly Easter Brunch Deals to Grab at Costco
From quiche and sausage to adorable Easter cakes, America’s favorite warehouse store has it all.
Easter is just around the corner, which means it is time to start thinking about how you are going to celebrate. And if you are planning on a brunch, but feeling a little rusty in your entertaining, Costco has your back for the easiest brunch ever! From start to finish, you can get a lovely holiday celebration on the table while barely breaking a sweat. Check out these 14 picks, from quiche and sausage to pastries, cakes, and candy, for an Easter Brunch that will be sure to impress without all the stress.
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For starters, whether you are going to be dying eggs for the hunt or making deviled eggs for nibbling, buying your eggs by the double dozen at Costco will always be a bargain. You can get two dozen white eggs for under $4.50!
If you are filling those Easter baskets or hiding plastic eggs with treats, be sure to pick up some fun candy at Costco to keep things fun and affordable. Grab the Kirkland Signature Mix with 150 pieces of 9 varieties of everyone's favorite mini chocolate bars like Snickers, KitKat, and Reese's Peanut Butter cups for under $20 or think outside the box with fun Japanese Pocky sticks in three flavors. Want a more adult flavor to fill your candy dishes on the table? I love these Sconza Limoncello Chocolate Almonds.
An egg-based entrée is always welcome at a brunch, but who wants to fuss over a pan or assemble a casserole when you are wrangling a houseful of kids hopped up on Easter basket sugar? Enter the La Terra Fina Quiche Variety Pack. This duo of quiches serves 12-16 for under $15, with one Spinach Artichoke and one Cheddar Broccoli. Perfect light, spring entrees that will make everyone happy.
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Bacon and sausage
Need a meaty accompaniment, but don't want to stand over a sizzling pan? Try either the fully cooked Amylu Chicken Breakfast Sausages or the Kirkland Signature Pre-cooked Bacon. A quick zap in the microwave, or some time in a low oven will reheat them to perfection while you get the rest of the goodies on the table.
Brunch means sweet carbs and pastries, and Costco always has great offerings. I love these Lemarie Patissier Mini Pancakes, which you can warm and serve with butter and syrup, or use as the base for fun appetizers: Pair with chicken nuggets and a drizzle of spicy honey for a new version of chicken and waffles, or top with smoked salmon and crème fraiche with a sprig of dill like a classic blini. Then hit the Costco bakery to fill your brunch pastry needs. Go homespun with their Kirkland Cinnamon Pull Apart rolls with plenty of gooey cream cheese icing, or elegant with Kirkland Signature Braided Apple Strudel.
For a showstopping dessert, be sure to pick up Junior's Easter Egg Chocolate Layer Cake (from the famed Junior's Bakery in NYC) for just $19, with layers of cake and mousse covered in a ganache icing with festive chocolate curls.
Nothing is a more welcome drink with brunch than rosé, and Costco is always a great place to buy wine. Try the Chapoutier Belleruche Rosé Côte-du-Rhône for an affordable and delicious rosé.