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Ultimate Spring Brunch Board…this is that can’t beat brunch spread that has something for everyone. Roasted baby potatoes, crispy bacon, smoked salmon, eggs, tomatoes with burrata, bagels, naan, and all the cream cheese and spreads that every brunch needs…and then some. The potatoes and bacon are cooked together on ONE sheet pan, while the rest of the board is has a mix of store-bought spread, fruits, and veggies, making this an easy way to serve brunch to a crowd.

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YOU GUYS…Oh this spread. I am both very excited and also very nervous to share it with you. I’m excited for obvious reasons, as this is one of the most delicious brunch spreads I’ve ever put together. But why am I nervous?

Well, this isn’t really a “recipe”. I mean, it is a recipe, but it’s much more of a concept. There is so much happening on this brunch board. And while I have a few specific items I feel really must be included. The rest of what I’m going to tell you are really just more of my suggestions. I want you guys to be able to take a few ideas from me, and then put your own spin on this brunch board. Adapt it to the flavors and foods you love most!

Does that make sense?

I know this really isn’t any reason to be nervous. But this isn’t your traditional recipe. I want you guys to walk away excited and confident that you can take these spring brunch ideas and recreate this board at home, you know?

Anyway, I’m putting my weird anxious feelings aside and diving right into the details of this board.

PS. I am just very anxious in general this week. A lot is happening and it’s overwhelming me a bit…what’s new.

overhead photo of Ultimate Spring Brunch Board, close up on hard board eggs

Let me break this board down piece by piece. The star players are as follows…

roasted potatoes + crispy bacon – both roasted together in the oven to make things easy.

eggs – I recommend a mix of hard boiled and soft scrambled.

cherry tomatoes with burrata – toss the tomatoes in basil pesto for extra deliciousness.

smoked salmon – be sure to include plenty of cream cheese and lemon wedges.

bagels + naan – obviously you need these toasty carbs.

These items make up the bulk of the board, and are items which I think you should include. For some more optional items that I really want to encourage you to play with. Pick out spreads, vegetables, and fruits that you, your friends, and family love.

My recommendations? Hot jarred peppers in oil, fruit jam, honey, avocados, fresh berries, and lots of vegetables. My suggestions are cucumbers, radishes, and red onions. Plenty of fresh herbs, my favorites are chives, basil, and dill. Again, these are my suggestions. Have fun and get creative with the add ons. Customize this brunch board to your own personal taste!

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A few tips for success…

– Put out your serving board, serving dishes, and any utensils you will be using the night before. This will save so much time and stress by having everything you need already out and ready.

– Prep all of your vegetables, spreads, and other add ons the night before your brunch. This means slice your vegetables, put the spreads in bowls, and do as much of the prep work as you can.

– The morning of… start roasting the potatoes a couple of hours before guests arrive or even the night before and rewarm in the morning. The potatoes take some time to cook, so be sure to plan for it! These are also just as delicious warm as they are at room temperature, so it’s OK if they are not piping hot.

– The burrata, cream cheese, and creme fresh are all best served at room temperature. So you can put these on your serving board up to an hour before guests arrive.

– For the eggs, I recommend cooking up a big batch of hard boiled eggs the day before, peeling them, and keeping in the fridge until the morning of your brunch. Pull the eggs out of the fridge about 30 minutes before you’re ready to serve.

– Fully assemble the board before your guest arrive, so you’re ready for the hungry crowd, but…

– If you’re making scrambled eggs, these are best eaten pretty soon after they’ve been cooked. I recommend cooking these in a large batch once your guests have arrived. Then add them to the board as your “final” touch.

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Yes, I know it seems like a lot, but I hope all these tips can help you recreate your own version of this brunch board! Promise, it’s much easier than cooking multiple brunch dishes. And honestly…this is so much more fun!

Everyone can pick and choose their favorite foods, enjoying only what they love most!

Not only does this make for a fun spread for Easter, but it’s really great for any Saturday or Sunday morning that you want to make a little extra spacial. Pick up your favorite bagels and coffee, serve a spring cocktail and enjoy a long leisurely spring brunch with friends and family.

The most perfect way to spend any Saturday or Sunday morning!

overhead photo of Ultimate Spring Brunch Board, close up photo of burrata and tomatoes

If you make this spring brunch board, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to also tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

Ultimate Spring Brunch Board.

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories Per Serving: 884 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.


Potatoes + Bacon

For the Board


  • 1. To make the potatoes. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
    2. On a large baking sheet, toss together the olive oil, potatoes, paprika, and a pinch each of salt and pepper. Lay the bacon flat, draped over the potatoes. Transfer to the oven and roast for 20 minutes, toss and continue roasting another 20-25 minutes, or until golden and the bacon crisp. If the bacon begins getting too crisp before the potatoes are done, remove the bacon from the oven. 
    3. Remove the potatoes and bacon from the oven and transfer to a serving plate/bowl, draining off any excess grease.
    4. To assemble the board. Toss the tomatoes with 1/4 cup pesto and arrange in a bowl with the burrata cheese. Arrange the potatoes, bacon, tomatoes with burrata, smoked salmon, and eggs on a large serving board. Scatter the remaining ingredients around the board, filling in all the gaps. Allow guests to assemble their bagels, naan, and or toast. ENJOY!
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  1. 5 stars
    This is amazing!! Can’t wait to make my own brunch spread! Out of curiosity, would you be interested in making a Christmas Brunch Board?? It’s something I have been searching for but can’t find any that have as amazing recipes as yours!!

  2. This is so beautiful! Question about the potatoes and bacon…I should put the potatoes under the bacon on the pan for the oven? How do I “toss the potatoes” after 20 min if the bacon is on top of them? Do I add the bacon then maybe?
    Thank you so much!!

    1. Hey Katie,
      Yup, so just toss the bacon with the potatoes:) I hope you love this recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  3. Tieghan,

    I’m a big fan! I just served this at our church’s women’s ministry brunch. We made this on 19 different tables, with 8 ladies at each table. It was so beautiful and so delicious. Each table looked a little different, as it was designed by different groups of artists, with different boards and dishes…seriously….everyone LOVED it. Thanks for sharing this with the world! Very grateful to/for you!

    1. Hey Scarlett,
      Awesome! Love to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a lot for giving it a try! xTieghan

  4. Hey! I love this idea and I’m definitely going to try it out. This Saturday as a matter of fact. however i have a question about the peppers in hot oil. is there a recipe i can follow? Thanks!

    1. Hey Nadia,
      I just purchase those in a jar from my local grocery store. I hope the board is a hit! xTieghan

    1. Hi Cindy,
      I used a very large wood cutting board. I usually find stuff like this at antique stores! Hope this helps:) xTieghan

  5. I love this brunch board idea, all things I love! So many ways you could vary it depending on the time of year and what’s in season too. Definitely going to have to try it! As for Tiger King…I don’t get it, I’m on episode 4 and the whole thing kinda creeps me out a bit and I feel sorry for the animals, but it’s definitely a train wreck…can’t stop watching.
    Take care! Glad you and your family are well. =)

    1. Hi Lynn! Haha that is what I have heard from multiple people! I am so glad you like this and I hope you are doing well too! Thank you! xTieghan

  6. 5 stars
    Girl, this is AMAZING!! The photos. The concept. Your writing. Beautiful job! I will definitely be pinning this to my “Partyfood” board for the next appropriate hosting event. Love whatyou do.

    1. Hi Toni! Thank you so much! I am so glad you are loving my blog, this post especially! Hope this board turns out amazing for you! xTieghan

  7. OMG this looks like heaven on a board.. i will definitely be trying this out next time we have some friends sleeping over they will for sure not see this coming <3 <3 <3

  8. 5 stars
    This is amazing and I can’t wait to make it! I love the idea of concept recipes!! My husband bought me your cookbook for Valentine’s Day this year and I made your cheese board concept for Easter brunch and everyone loved it!

  9. Brunch is the best meal in the world. It’s so versatile and you can eat any kind of meal you want without breaking any social norms! Roasted potatoes, avocado, bread, onions, and cherry tomatoes are SUCH staples for any platter. Totally agree that you can’t skimp on them!

  10. The ladies of our church are planning a spring pot-luck brunch, this is going to be perfect! I love how everything can be prepped ahead of time, this is beautiful.
    Thank you for ALL your wonderful recipes and great ideas.