With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to finalize all the plans, whether you’re planning a family get-together at home, or going to your friends’ home for a big luncheon. Naturally, we’d love to bring an Easter-y dish to these events, so here are some ideas for you, in case you need them:
The Dijon-styled mustard makes this Baked Salmon Fillets special. The bread crumbs and butter toppings give a perfect palatable crunch in every bite.
If you don’t want to break your diet, have some Creamy Spring Peas with Pancetta on your Easter table. It’s a totally guilt-free meal!
Who would not want a tasty Deviled Egg on holidays? This recipe has deeper meaning when prepared during Easter because of its egg ingredient. The Deviled Egg recipe is ideal on big gatherings, such as Easter.
Make your Easter a tutti-fruity holiday with this Edible Easter Egg Tart. With cream cheese and sugar cookies, this egg-shaped Easter Egg Tart will be an excellent dessert for your loved ones.
This Delicious Egg Salad Sandwich is ideal for moms who want a yummy snack and want it quick. With 35 minutes of your time, this Easter snack will be ready to be served.
This large Easter ham can make a promising dinner with the use of tangerine juice and freshly peeled carrots. One can savour its goodness in every chunk!
Make your Easter delightful with these fluffy hot buns on your table!
Create happy Easter moments in your home with this fruity Meringue Wreath!
If you’re a cheese lover, then this Mouse’s Macaroni and Cheese recipe will best suit your taste. It’s an easy-to-prepare meal for the whole family.
Twisted into a beautiful floral shape, this Easter Blossom bread is perfect for someone who loves a rich, tasty dough stuffed with sweet jam.
Using rosemary sprigs, lemon zest, butter, and leaf parsley, this Saddle of Lamb recipe will surely be a star during your Easter dinner.
The Scalloped Potatoes recipe is simple and easy to make. With 50 minutes of your time, you can already have a delectable side dish ready to serve.
Bring a unique twist on your potatoes during Easter by making this Caramelized Onion Twice-Baked Potatoes. It’s an ideal side dish to be paired with your roasted lamb meat.