Vegan Sunday Brunch, Episode 39: Easter Edition

Hey guys!

Gonna keep this brief because I’m pretty busy enjoying Michael’s company this week, but instead of having a private Sunday brunch as we usually do, we decided to invite a few people over to celebrate Easter.  To complete the holiday experience, we made my Granny’s cabbage rolls, in addition to other awesome brunch eats.

In addition to that holiday standby, we had a tofu and avocado benedict platter, done all DIY-style (sauce not pictured).

Fresh fruit and fruit salad is always at home on a brunch platter, as are blueberry muffins, made by my friend Katie, and gluten-free to boot.  Whee!

And if you’ve got an awesome hollandaise sauce, there might as well be some asparagus in the picture, too.  Oh, and potatoes!  No brunch feast is truly complete without them, just like the unpictured grapefruit-orange mimosas we all enjoyed.

Hope you guys had a blast this weekend, I know I did!  And I’ll see you on Sunday for another brunch – it’ll be a solo mission, but that just means I’ll just have to cook up something extra awesome. 🙂

  • Kari

    I'm glad you enjoyed your Easter celebrations – a big brunch sounds like a great way to enjoy the weekend.

  • Dawn

    What an awesome meal!! I swear that this year I'm going to make that stuffed cabbage–like I promised two years ago during MoFo when you first posted the recipe!! :-)))))

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  • Jolene – EverydayFoodie

    That tofu Benedict – wow!!! I need some!

  • Joey

    Happy hollandaise! Where's the recipe from? It looks like what asparagus has been crying out for! And what booze was there with the brunch? I demand A Real Meal cocktail recipe again!

    I like the look of the cabbage rolls too – they're what convinced me to give cabbage another go after years of cruciferous abstinence.

  • Maggie Muggins

    Sweet spread! I would happily accept those benedicts with plenty o' sauce, they look super tasty. I'm still on the fence about cabbage rolls, gonna have to try them one of these days to get the horrible ones I had as a child out of my head 😉