Let’s celebrate Easter this year with these scrumptious Easter recipes! We’ve provided a wide selection of satisfying food to fill not only your Easter but your whole year with life and joy. Check them out!
Easter Recipes to Satisfy You and Give You Life
If you’re tired of the same old Easter recipes you’ve been making for years, then read this list! From brunch to dinner, I’ve got the best recipes to make any Easter gathering an unforgettable one.
Easter is a fun time for everyone, especially the kids. With Easter activities like Easter egg hunts and various games, I’m sure they’ll constantly be looking for something to eat. So, this year, I’m preparing these amazing Easter recipes! If you’re like me, Easter is normally a whole day event. Which is why I’ve got Easter recipes for breakfast, brunch, dinner, and even Easter drinks! Check out these Easter recipes to make your Easter menu the toast of the town!
1. Bunny Pancakes
2. Cucumber and Feta Rolls
These cucumber and feta rolls are the light and refreshing Easter recipe you’ve been looking for. In a bowl, just mix together the feta, tomatoes, oregano, yogurt, lemon juice, and pepper. Scoop a small portion of the mixture and roll it into a cucumber slice. So easy!
3. Roasted Red Pepper and Baked Egg Galettes
Some Easter recipes may be served either for brunch or dinner. Take this roasted red pepper and baked egg galettes for example. Its combination of roasted vegetables and baked galettes make it such a versatile dish!
4. Asparagus Goat Cheese Tart
Have this puffy pastry for Easter breakfast or brunch. Knead the dough into a rectangle shape and cut a small rectangular portion in the middle just to create a depression (not a hole) to make the edges look puffier. Bake this for about 10 minutes. Afterward, put the cheese, egg, and asparagus and bake for another 20 minutes!
5. Caramel Egg-Stuffed Easter Croissants
I wouldn’t mind having these caramel egg-stuffed Easter croissants for breakfast every day. Yes, it has chocolates, but I think you can make an exception since we’re talking Easter recipes. Simply put some Cadbury caramel eggs inside a roll of dough and bake. Voila! Now you have the sweetest Easter croissants.
6. Easter Deviled Eggs
Add a touch of Easter color to your traditional deviled eggs. Once you’ve cut your hard-boiled eggs in half, separate the yolks from the egg whites. Dip the egg whites into different glasses filled with food coloring and let them dry. Mix all the egg yolks together with some mayonnaise. Put the mixture into a food shooter and serve your Easter deviled eggs!
Thanks to these great Easter recipes, cinnamon rolls can now be transformed into Cinnabunnies! Just unroll some of the cinnamon rolls and use them to make the rest of the batch look like cute Easter bunnies. Use raisins for the eyes and nose and almonds for their teeth!
8. Hash browns, Spinach & Tomato Pie
Among these Easter recipes, these hash browns, spinach and tomato pie is the best dish to give you the energy you need for the day’s events. Just saute some spinach, garlic, and tomatoes in olive oil, place them on a crust made of potatoes, and pour over the egg mixture. Once the pie is baked, sprinkle some mozzarella and enjoy!
9. Blueberry Croissant Puff
Easter recipes have a way of accommodating your love for blueberries. This dish takes an entire night to prepare, but it’s worth it. The night before Easter, cut up some croissants and place them on a baking pan. Put blueberries on the croissants and pour over a mixture of egg, sugar, milk, vanilla, and cream cheese. Put everything in the freezer and bake it for 40 minutes the next day.
10. Crab Benedict
Since eggs are a staple of Easter recipes, what better way to celebrate Easter than by taking your eggs Benedict to the next level? The secret to this recipe is English muffins topped with spinach, which are in turn topped with crab meat. With this as the bed of your eggs Benedict, your guests might just never leave the dining table.
They are all amazing, right? Feel free to use Easter as an excuse to make lots of these good foods! Anyway, these recipes are so good, you’ll want to make them all-year round. Start planning your Easter menu now!
Which of these Easter recipes are you planning to include on your Easter menu? Let us know in the comments below!