Easter is a time to celebrate rebirth and new life with friends and family. Hence all the bunnies and eggs; signs of fertility and new life. However, in our house, we typically celebrate the food! We ARE food bloggers, remember? Every table should be set with delicious Easter recipes to serve your loved ones.
Typically, hams are served up, but sometimes you’ll find a leg or lamb or two on the table. For some, there’s always green bean casserole. Whatever you serve up for Easter this year, here’s a few of our favorite recipes to adorn your table.
Whatever you serve up for Easter dinner this year, you need to end your meal with this Italian Cream Cake with Nutty Cream Cheese Frosting. Family Around the Table outdid herself with this moist and delicious family recipe.
Hot Cross Buns are always set out for Easter breakfast at A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures. Her recipe is simple and full of delicious currents with the traditional icing cross on top. This is one of many delicious Easter recipes typically eaten on Good Friday.
With just a few ingredients, these Robin’s Nest Snack Cup Packs are fun and festive. Love Bakes Good Cakes says these are the perfect little snack for spring.
Every gathering needs a signature drink. Your guests will be blown away when you hand them a glass of this Lavender Lemonade from The Cookie Rookie. It’s made with fresh lavender and could easy be both kid and adult friendly.
Baked oatmeal is always hearty and delicious for your family. Imagine their surprise when you tell them you’re having Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal from Annie Standing. It’s the perfect breakfast for Easter and bunny approved for sure.
We love family and authentic, delicious Easter recipes from all over the world. That’s why we’re sharing this one for Italian Savoury Easter Cheese Pie. Also known as fiadone di fromaggio, these hearty pies from She Loves Biscotti, are full of cheese and egg goodness.
If chicken isn’t your style and you’re looking for different and delicious Easter recipes, then try this Boneless Leg of Lamb with Tarragon from Half Her Size. It’s a real treat for any holiday dinner packed with garlic, tarragon, and capers.
Another spring favorite is asparagus. Food Faith Fitness made a delicious and Easy Blanched Asparagus with Maple Dijon Vinaigrette. Not only is it healthy, but it’s also paleo and perfectly delicious.
To go along with your delicious ham, you need a side dish that holds up. Hungry Couple knows just the side dish! Their Sweet Potato and Thyme Gratins perfectly pair with glazed ham or leg of lamb.
These Gruyere and Thyme Stacked Potatoes from Fork in the Kitchen could be a delicious side dish or an appetizer. They’re so simple and stacked with two kinds of cheese and flavorful thyme.
Green bean casserole typically appears on most holiday dinner tables. My Life Cookbook shared a delicious Low Carb Green Bean Casserole that is vibrant and delicious and full of flavor.
Your family will love you for making these Carrot Cake Donuts with Brandy Candied Walnuts. Tasty Ever After says you can easily omit the brandy from these donuts to make them kid friendly or alcohol free.
My Sugar Free Kitchen shared a delicious spelt flour thumbprint cookie. Her Coconut Jam Drops are a fun to make, sugar free cookie recipe perfect for Easter.
A show stopping dessert is this Vegan Purple Sweet Potato Pie from the Endless Meal. Not only does it look unique, but it has a delicious coconut crust and a color perfect for spring gatherings.
These cupcakes from American Heritage Cooking are filled with sweet and tangy lemon curd. Lemon Coconut Cupcakes are also topped with a light Italian meringue buttercream.
Easter Sugar Cookie Cake can be decorated for not only Easter but other holidays as well. Crazy for Crust baked her cookie cake a cake pan and decorated it with sprinkles and seasonal candies. Sure to bring smiles when served.
With spring comes fresh peas and Lauran Caris Cooks knows just what to do with them! She made a delicious 5 Ingredient Mint and Pea Soup that would be the perfect start to your Easter dinner.
Of course, you can’t think of Easter without thinking spring and flowers, like these cupcakes from The Readhead Baker! Her Gerbera Daisy Cupcakes are beautiful and would make a great centerpiece for any table.
I don’t know any kid that wouldn’t get a kick out of these pancakes from Cooking with Carlee. Her Bunny Butt Pancakes are super cute and come together quickly for your hungry little ones.
Asparagus and eggs are synonymous with Easter. Of course, we had to share this Tomato Asparagus Quiche from Caroline’s Cooking. It’s great for brunch or a light lunch packed with spring flavor.
These Curried Chicken Salad in Carrot Cones remind us of a Easter version of the cornucopia. Packed with delicious chicken salad they’re a fun brunch or lunch idea. Culinary Adventures with Camilla substituted some foil in place of a cream horn mold and it worked perfectly!
Looking for a twist on a deviled egg for Easter? Try these Smoked Trout Deviled Eggs from Karen’s Kitchen Stories. She says it’s really hard not to eat the entire batch of eggs topped with smoked trout and red onions.
Colored eggs aren’t just for hiding and playing with! Love and Confections added them to the center of her Palm Sunday Easter Bread. This bread, also called Pane di Pasqua, is decorated with colored eggs and sprinkles.
If ham is typically on your Easter menu, then this Apricot Bourbon Maple Glazed Ham is your answer. Everyday Eileen shared this no fuss recipe for a perfectly glazed ham.
Looking to feed a crowd of family and friends this Easter? Then try a breakfast casserole like this one from Soulfully Made. Her Overnight Breakfast Casserole is super simple yet perfectly delicious to feed your hungry family for Easter.
If you’re looking for stunningly delicious Easter recipes, then look no further than this one from Daily Dish Recipes. Her Asparagus Ham and Swiss Danish Braid is perfect for Easter, brunch, light lunch, or pot luck.
I’ve heard of orange marmalade and grapefruit marmalade, but I have never heard of Carrot Marmalade. Culinary Adventures with Camilla always shares something interesting and different. Imagine setting this out with your toast or muffins for Easter brunch!
What’s better than a moist carrot cake? How about a Cocoa Carrot Cake from Sew You Think You Can Cook? Her cake is rich, dark, and chock full of carrots and walnuts.
Brownies are always a family favorite like these Coconut Brownie Nests. Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice shared this recipe that’s topped with a dollop of cream cheese icing and decorated with candy eggs.
Jolene’s Recipe Journal shared a traditional Old-Fashioned Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting. Her cake is moist with flecks of sweet carrots topped with a tangy cream cheese frosting. Fun and festive!
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