Still deciding on your Easter menu? Here are 20 Delicious Easter Recipes to help you along. From homemade breads to scrumptious desserts, there’s something for every part of your meal.
With the Easter holiday coming up in just a few short days, I thought I would give you some last minute inspiration. If I could, I would make every recipe in this round up for dinner! Way too much food, but it’s so hard to decide which delicious recipe to use.
Let’s start with some baked goods!
Bunny Biscuits from This Mama Cooks are simply adorable.
Ukrainian Babka Bread (Easter bread) is a family recipe from Blogghetti
Baking a Moment shares braided Easter Egg Bread that is made from scratch and definitely wins for cuteness.
Easter Ressurrection Rolls from Julia’s Simply Southern gives a lesson of the meaning behind the sweet breakfast rolls along with the recipe.
Give Brussels Sprouts another try with this recipe from Dash of Jazz, the green vegetables are roasted with a spicy honey glaze.
You Brew My Tea’s recipe for Orange Sugar Spiral Ham is drool-worthy!
Cheesy Mashed Potato Casserole with Bacon from Baking Beauty is one recipe not to be missed. Loaded with flavor.
This one could be either a side dish or an appetizer! Honey Mustard Asparagus Bacon Bundles from Small Town Woman.
Classic Southern Deviled Eggs from The Kitchen is My Playground will aid in using up all of those dyed Easter Eggs.
If you have an Instant Pot, then you’ll want to try this Balsamic Dijon Ham from Huckleberry Life.
Dutch Green Beans from Centsable Momma are a perfect side dish with the ham.
I definitely want to try these Marinated Carrots from Mom VS The Boys!
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Lemon Cheesecake Tarts look amazing and Baking a Moment’s recipe is easy to follow.
Roasted Raspberry Ham is sure to please everyone at the dinner table and the recipe is from Ann’s Entitled Life.
This classic Ambrosia Salad from Serena Simply Bakes from Scratch is perfect for Easter, or any get-together.
Kids of all ages will love these Easter Bunny Pineapple Smoothies from 3 Boys and a Dog.
This simple sweet treat is one the kids can make with just a bit of supervision. Rice Krispies Nests from Dancing through the Rain are super cute.
My family devoured these Homemade Carrot cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting. The recipe is on my blog, Blogghetti, and is so easy, you’ll think you did something wrong.
Are you hungry now? I sure am! What are some of the foods you have on you Easter table each year? Share with me in the comments!
Happy Easter and Enjoy!