Quick Easter Brunch Savory Strudel

Quick Easter Brunch Savory Strudel

This is the easiest Brunch and Breakfast recipe I have ever made! I created a version that my entire family loves using all their favorites! The best thing about this recipe is that you can adjust it to suit your own taste. You can do eggs with ham, cheese and onion or a smoked salmon version with red onion, cream cheese and capers. The options for this versatile recipe are endless. I like to serve this dish with a fruit salad or a fruit board with a honey cream cheese dip. I have also done a wonderful cheesy hash brown side with this recipe but I find a lighter side usually works best. This is a recipe I use all year long especially when I have guest visiting. I hope you and your family will enjoy this recipe as much as we do!


1 Sheet Puff Pastry

7 eggs (1 for egg wash)

5 slices bacon

1 Cup of Cheese

  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Scramble your eggs adding in salt and pepper to taste. Move eggs into a mixing bowl and set aside. Cook your bacon until crispy and crumble into the bowl of eggs. Add in cheese and mix.
  2. Prepare your puff pastry by laying it out on a floured surface. I like to use my rolling pin to make the pastry a little longer and wider. Then I cut 3 inch stripes around the edges of the puff pastry leaving enough room to put your egg mix in the middle. See image below.

3. After I cut the strips I place the egg mixture in the middle of the prepared puff pastry. Then take each strip and lay it over the egg mixture so that some stripes are overlapping each other. See the picture below.

4. Take your remaining egg and whisk it with a tablespoon of water. Brush the top of the strudel with the egg wash and bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until puffed and lightly brown.

Hope you and your family have a Happy Easter!


A Few Easter Decorations Around The House

A Few Easter Decorations Around The House

Holidays in our house are sacred and my daughter will not let me miss decorating for a single one! I actually love decorating our home for the Holidays so I never mind. Every year we slowly add one holiday piece so that we have built up quite the collection now.

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In our family room we added a cute egg with a blue leaf design on it. We purchased it at Hobby Lobby and I have linked it below. However, it appears they are sold out online. I did notice plenty of stock in our store. So if you are interested in it you could call your local Hobby Lobby. I also bought the burlap carrots from Hobby Lobby a few years ago and they still carry them. Again, they are sold out online but I saw plenty at the store. One thing that caught my eye was the cutest gingham carrots that come in both orange and black (linked below as well). Lastly is this cream weaved planter for my fern. I simply love ferns! I have to admit this one is fake but I do have tons of living ones since it is one of the few plants I can actually keep alive.

My mom and I were recently in Houston and stopped by Ikea. My mom had never been to one of their stores so we couldn’t pass up the opportunity. I bought the glass dome for such a great price and it was the perfect size for my favorite Lux candles (I like the currant thyme scent best)! I have a true addiction to coffee table books and I especially love ones with pattern. I got the blue print, Living with Pattern after I purchased the fun leopard print, Glamorous Rooms coffee table book. They look great when I stake them together.

I love ginger jars! I actually have quite the collection but I inherited my love of ginger jars from my mom who has a larger collection than I do. I always like having something on my Kitchen Island so that it does not feel bare. I got this gold mirrored tray at World Market a few years ago and have found other great trays that are similar. I bought these two ginger jars a few years ago from Home Goods so again I linked some great beautiful ginger jars below that are all very reasonably priced. On our shopping trip to Ikea mom and I also got this cute white vase and a set of small blue bowls. I am sure you are all aware of what great prices Ikea has but we were surprised at how much of the home décor we loved! I added in some cute Easter touches with the eggs and salt shaker bunny! Of course I had to add in some blue hydrangeas because I always love a touch of pretty! I mixed in both a light blue and a dark blue stem.

I did this DIY Color block Vase a week ago but if you missed it click here for the details. I just love this vase with the white tulips so when my daughter and I saw these super cute bunnies we knew we had to get them! They are wood and there are imperfections which I think gives them character. From the images online I thought they were going to be a little bigger.

And of course I have to keep my Stone Bunnies from Pottery Barn out for the season. I already had some real Magnolia Stems I cut off my tree but I added in some faux Floral Stems to give it a more Spring feel. I got these great stems from Michaels at a much better price then a lot of online stores.

I hope you enjoyed our Easter Tour and find lots of fun décor for your home! I linked everything below so just click on the image and it will take you directly to the websites.