Author Elissa Carlson / Published: March-30-2021

Easter is right around the corner and now is the time to start planning ahead for your Easter brunch. Whether you are hosting guests or preparing food for your immediate family, Crystalia is here to provide you with the highest-quality glass and kitchenware products that are not only 100% durable and functional but also have an elegant and stylish design. Your kitchen will be transformed with our European-made and food safe products. Don’t believe us? Order now and give them a spin using our favorite Easter brunch recipes here at Crystalia. You won’t be disappointed!


Who doesn’t love the smell of cinnamon-goodness coming out from the oven? Prepare this French toast bake the night before, so it is ready to be put in the oven 1 hour before your guests come and are ready to eat. Simple recipe, but will taste sooo good in our Crystalia rectangle oven-safe glass baking dish

▪ Slice 1 loaf of sourdough into cubes and distribute evenly in a greased 16 inch x 11 inch glass, oven-safe pan
▪ In a bowl, mix together 8 eggs, 2 cups of milk, ½ cup of heavy cream, ¾ cup sugar, and 1 Tbsp vanilla. After it is well mixed, pour over bread.
▪ Cover your bread mixture with saran wrap and put in refrigerator overnight.
▪ Next, mix together ½ cup flour, ½ cup brown sugar and ¼ tsp salt
▪ Mix ½ cup of cold butter in pieces until mixture is a crumbly consistency. Put in plastic storage bag and put in refrigerator overnight
▪ When ready to bake, take bread mixture and topping mixture out of the refrigerator and sprinkle the toppings over the bread.
▪ Bake at 350 F for 45 minutes to 1 hour in our oven-safe, food-safe glass baking dish
▪ Take out and put it directly on the table to serve

What you will need:
▪ 1 loaf sourdough

▪ 8 eggs
▪ 2 cups of milk
▪ ½ cup heavy cream
▪ ¾ cup sugar
▪ 1 tbsp vanilla
▪ ½ cup flour
▪ ½ cup brown sugar
▪ ¼ tsp salt
▪ ½ cup of cold butter



No brunch is complete without an egg casserole. Another easy dish that will fill up your guests and taste oh so yummy in our larger square glass baking dish. 

▪ Preheat oven to 375 F
▪ Chop cooked ham into cubes, enough for 2 cups.
▪ Tear 6 slices of bread into small pieces
▪ Mix bread, 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese, and ham together.
▪ Once mixed, spread evenly in our 11.5 inch x 12.5 inch, durable square oven baking dish
▪ In a bowl, beat 6 eggs and add 2 cups of milk, 1 tsp salt and 1 tsp dry ground mustard, mix well.

▪ Pour liquid mixture over the bread, cheese and ham in our casserole dish.
▪ Bake at 375 F for 40 minutes, take out of oven and place directly on table for your guests to devour.

What you will need:
▪ 2 cups cubed ham

▪ 6 slices of bread
▪ 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese
▪ 6 eggs
▪ 2 cups of milk
▪ 1 tsp salt
▪ 1 tsp dry ground mustard powder


Yep, we said it. Potatoes and cheese. Do we need to say anything more? Using our crystal-clear glass baking dish, you and your guests will have a 360-degree view of this heavenly hash brown casserole.
▪ Preheat oven to 350 F
In large bowl add 3 cups frozen cubed potatoes, thawed at room temperature, 1 (15 oz) can condensed cream of chicken soup, 1 cup sour cream, 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, 1 tsp salt, and ½ tsp garlic powder and mix until well combined
▪ Put potato mixture into a greased 8 ¾ inch x 10 inch Crystalia high-quality glass square baking dish 
▪ Crush 2 cups of corn flake cereal in a plastic storage bag and pour the crushed corn flakes into a small bowl and add ¼ cup melted butter and stir.
▪ Cover the potato mixture with the cornflakes and bake uncovered for 35 minutes
▪ Dazzle your guests by putting the oven-safe baking dish hot from the oven on your table and serve

What you will need:
▪ 3 cups frozen cubed potatoes- thawed at room temperature for at least 30 minutes

▪ 1 (15 oz.) can condensed cream of chicken soup
▪ 1 cup sour cream
▪ 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
▪ 1 teaspoon salt
▪ ½ teaspoon garlic powder
▪ 2 cups corn flakes cereal
▪ 1.4 cup butter melted



Ah yes, deviled eggs. Simple addition to your brunch table, but why not step it up a notch and make them more festive for Easter using pastel food coloring for the egg white shell of the deviled egg. Serve on our premium glass mini serving platter to make your table look luxurious.

▪ Boil 12 eggs in a large saucepan
▪ Once boiled, rinse eggs under cold water and peel the shell
▪ Cut eggs in half lengthwise and scoop out yolks into separate bowl
▪ Stir food coloring into cups of water and add 1 tsp vinegar
▪ Gently place boiled and cut egg whites into the colored water and let them soak for at least 10 minutes, remove after 10 minutes and pat dry with paper towels
▪ Add ½ cup mayonnaise, 1 tsp white wine vinegar, 2 tsp yellow mustard and a pinch of salt and pepper to bowl with egg yolks and mix well
▪ Put mixture in a large plastic storage bag and cut tip of bag off to pipe the egg mixture into the colored egg white shells
▪ Serve on our mini glass serving platter for a cute and festive presentation to add to your table


Want to impress your guests? This homemade strawberry balsamic vinaigrette will definitely be a favorite for everyone at your table. In just two easy steps, have a delicious vinaigrette that pairs amazing with a spinach, pecan, feta salad. Serve this dressing in our best-selling glass bowls with a small ladle to create a fancy look at your table.

In a food processor or blender, put 2 tbsp honey, 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar,
▪ 4 tbsp olive oil, 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, and 4 large strawberries with top cut off and sliced

▪ Blend until smooth, adding salt and pepper to taste
▪ Pour dressing into our premium best-selling glass bowls and put a small ladle or spoon to serve
▪ Use on top of a spinach salad mix with pecans and feta cheese for a tasty side dish.

What you will need:
▪ 2 Tbsp honey
▪ 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
▪ 4 tbsp olive oil
▪ 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
▪ 4 large strawberries
▪ Salt and pepper to taste


Do your kids or grandkids get bored during the holidays? Gift this 9-piece reusable ice cream bowls in pastel colors in their Easter basket and teach them how to make this easy homemade ice cream recipe. Not only will you get your kids involved in the cooking process, but the cute ice cream bowls will get them excited to devour their ice cream that they made themselves!

▪ Mix together 2 cups of heavy cream, 2 cups of whole milk, pinch of salt, ¾ cups sugar and 2 tbsp of vanilla extract

▪ Pour mixed ingredients into ice cream freezer container and place in freezer for 1 or 2 hours until you have the desired consistency
▪ Scoop into our reusable ice cream bowls and top with mixed fruit, chocolate syrup or whatever your imagination can think of!

What you will need:
▪ 2 cups heavy cream

▪ 2 cups whole milk
▪ Pinch of salt
▪ ¾ cups sugar
▪ 2 tbsp vanilla extract



Here is another kid-friendly recipe to boost your child’s imagination. Get them involved in the preparation process and serve in our Cyrstalia dessert bowls with a dome lid. Completely clear, your kids will see their entire creation while safely storing them in a covered container to prevent dust or other particles ruining your dessert. Not only great for presentation but also completely food-safe, BPA-free and lead-free.

▪ Whisk together 1 package (3.9 oz) of vanilla instant pudding mix and 2 cups of cold milk in medium bowl for 2 minutes. Set aside for 5 minutes
▪ Pour half of the pudding mix into a separate bowl and add food coloring to each bowl. Try light Easter colors like pink or light green
▪ Fold in 1 container of cool whip into each bowl
▪ Add 1 tablespoon of crushed oreos into the bottom of your glass dessert set and then top with a layer of pudding mixture
▪ Repeat layers, alternating the colored pudding and ending with cookie mixture
▪ Place in refrigerator for at least 1 hour
▪ Add 1 cup of shredded coconut to container with lid and add a few drops of green food coloring and a bit of water. Shake until fully colored
▪ When ready to serve, add colored shredded coconut on top of pudding cup and add egg-shaped candy and 1 peep in shape of bunny
▪ Close with glass dome lid for an amazing presentation on your dessert table! Perfect idea to inspire your child’s imagination.

What you will need:
▪ 1 package (3.9 oz) vanilla instant pudding mix

▪ 2 cups of cold milk
▪ 1 container (8 oz) cool whip
▪ 20 Oreo cookies finely crushed and with filling removed
▪ Shredded coconut
▪ Food coloring
▪ Egg-shaped candy
▪ Bunny-shaped peeps



Avoid the crowded chocolate stores and make your own chocolate bunnies in the comfort of your home! Simple recipe with fantastic results in our Polycarbonate 3D food-safe animal shaped chocolate molds

▪ On low heat place 5 ounces of high-quality dark or milk chocolate in a small bowl over a pot of water. Melt chocolate until smooth, stirring often with a fork or whisk. Remove from heat and let cool down for 10 or 15 minutes
▪ Pour melted chocolate into our Polycarbonate 3D Animal Shape Chocolate Molds and add a stick to the middle of each animal
▪ Put in refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour until chocolate is firmed.
▪ Remove chocolates carefully from mold and serve

What you will need:
▪ 5 ounces of your favorite melting chocolate

▪ Candy sticks
 3D Animals Shape Chocolate Molds

We hope you love these Easter brunch-inspired recipes in your new Crystalia products as much as we do!

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Author Elissa Carlson / Published: March-31-2021

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