Easter Recipe Round Up

One of my favorites parts of any holiday is the FOOD! Holidays are not only a great excuse to break out some old family recipes, but also to try something new! Because I love you all so much, I have scoured the internet to gather a list of Easter recipes to try (I love Pinterest and Instagram so it wasn’t too much of a chore). Appetizers, sides, mains, desserts: I’ve found some of everything and even a few recipes that I’m excited to try myself.


Appetizers

FOODjimoto’s Colored Deviled Eggs – I found these on Pinterest a while ago and they are SO cute! I love deviled eggs anyway, but dye them into holiday-appropriate colors? I’m all in.

Taste of Home’s Bunny Bread – I’m super intimidated by this one, but I’m determined to try it one day. I’m amazed by people who can do character-type food like this. It’s so impressive!

Delish’s Cheese Ball – I’ve recently started coming around to the idea of a cheese ball so this is on my Must Try list.

All Recipes’ Spinach & Artichoke Dip – Anything I’ve made from All Recipes turns out great and this dip looks awesome. It’s hard for me to find a spinach & artichoke dip that I like, but I think this one will pass the test.

Sides

So Dressed Up’s Easy Easter Carrots – I follow Katie from So Dressed Up on Instagram and when I saw this recipe on her blog, I knew I had to feature it. It sounds amazing!

Wallflower Kitchen’s Balsamic Roasted New Potatoes and Asparagus – I found Wallflower Kitchen earlier this week while researching new recipes and I am definitely a new fan! This recipe looks great and I’m excited to try it.

Giada De Laurentiis’ Mac & Cheese – I’ve never met a mac & cheese recipe I didn’t like and this one has so many different kinds of cheese, there’s no way it’s not to die for.

Dave Lieberman’s Spinach Salad – I love a good spinach salad and it is always a BEAUTIFUL addition to your table. This one has roasted pecans, gorgonzola cheese and a sherry vinagrette and is on my personal menu for this year.

 

Main Courses

Pioneer Woman’s Glazed Easter Ham – It’s pretty easy to understand why I included this one. If it’s good enough for the Pioneer Woman, it’s good enough for me.

Southern Living’s Garlic-Herb Roasted Chicken – Roast chicken is one of the ultimate comfort foods and this looks like an amazing recipe, no matter what time of year it is.

Martha Stewart’s Salmon with Brown Sugar – I’m on a big salmon kick right now and this one looks so easy and delicious! It’s going on my menu ASAP.

Taste of Home’s Orange-Glazed Pork Loin – Pork loins are always a crowd pleaser and this one will be no exception. And in my opinion, the simpler the ingredients are, the more delicious the dish is. It has a long cooking time, so make sure to plan accordingly.

 

Desserts

The Kitchn’s Lucky Charms Marshmallow Bites – This recipe is guaranteed to get Kid-Approval. Rice Krispie Treats AND Lucky Charms??? What else could you ask for in a dessert?!?

Very Best Baking’s Bunny’s Favorite Pizza – Dessert pizzas are the best and this one has sprinkles. I’m all in.

Carrie’s Experimental Kitchen’s Chocolate Covered Carrot Strawberries – Who doesn’t love chocolate covered strawberries? No recipe round up is complete without some kind of chocolate & strawberry concotion.

Love From the Oven’s Lemon Cookies – This is another one that your kids are going to love and it would be a fun one to make together! I’ll be making these at some point in the very near future.


 

And that’s it! This was a super fun post to research and write so I’ll definitely be doing more in the future. I’ve got so many new recipes to try out plus some ideas of my own. Pick one, or create your whole Easter menu from this list! Leave me a comment or find me on Facebook & Instagram and tell me what you tried!

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