Our Most-Loved Easter Recipes

Best Loved Easter Recipes

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Hippity-hoppity, Easter’s on its way! We’re rounding up our favorite Easter recipes so you can put together a splendid springtime feast for your Easter guests.

Bunny-Inspired Spinach Artichoke Bread Bowl Dip

Bunny-Inspired Spinach Artichoke Bread Bowl Dip

Serve up a crowd-favorite dip in a bunny bread bowl surrounded by veggies. It doesn’t take an artist to create this cute critter. Follow the simple steps and you’ll have an Easter-worthy edible centerpiece in no time.

Get instructions to create a Bunny-Inspired Spinach Artichoke Bread Bowl Dip

Easter Bunny Fruit Tray

Easter Bunny Fruit Tray

Place this Easter bunny fruit tray in the center of the table and watch everyone’s eyes light up. The only problem? It’s almost too cute to eat!

See the instructions for putting this Easter Fruit Tray together. 

Easter Vegetable Basket

Easter veggie basket

Don’t stop at a fruit tray. Be sure to add a veggie tray to your Easter spread too. In this case, we traded in a platter for an Easter basket.

See the instructions to put this Easter Veggie Basket together. 

Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry “Carrots”

Chocolate Strawberry Carrots

Chocolate-dipped strawberries are a classic dessert. We put a springtime spin on it that’s perfect for Easter.

Learn how to make Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry Carrots

HardBoiled Chicks

3 Hard Boiled Chicks

Turn hardboiled eggs into adorable, edible chicks. Perfect for Easter brunch or a springtime afterschool snack!

Learn how to make Hardboiled Chicks 

Roasted Rainbow Cauliflower

Rainbow Roasted Cauliflower

Roasted Rainbow Cauliflower is a dazzling dish. The vibrant hues of the cauliflower will add a burst of spring color to your Easter dinner table. No matter what you’re making as the main dish — ham, lamb, or chicken — this dish pairs perfectly with them all.

Get the recipe for Roasted Rainbow Cauliflower 

Easter Bunny Strawberry Parfait

Easter Bunny Strawberry Parfait

Looking for a cute Easter dessert? It doesn’t get any cuter than these Bunny Strawberry Parfaits!

Get the recipe for Easter Bunny Strawberry Parfaits 

Asparagus with Parmesan

Asparagus with Parmesan

Asparagus is a springtime must and therefore an Easter dinner must! We love this asparagus side dish because it’s just 4 easy ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make.

Get the recipe for Asparagus with Parmesan 

Celery Fennel Salad

Celery Fennel Salad

Homemade citrus dressing atop crunchy celery, fennel, parmesan, and walnuts make a vibrant spring salad.

Get the recipe for Celery Fennel Salad

Flower Garden Focaccia Bread

Focaccia Bread Art: Flower Garden

Turn focaccia bread into a springtime garden scene. Beautiful, delicious, and easy! It’s a great Easter craft for the kids, too.

Get instructions on how to make a Focaccia Bread Flower Garden

Roasted Shallot and Rosemary Butter

Roasted shallot and rosemary butter

No matter what bread you serve on your Easter table, consider elevating it with a specialty butter, like this homemade roasted shallot and rosemary butter.

Get the recipe for Roasted Shallot and Rosemary Butter

Peep and Apple Skewers

Peep and Apple Skewers

Sneak in a little nutrition alongside one of Easter’s iconic candies. These Peep and Apple Skewers are an easy grab-and-go dessert. Serve them outside after the egg hunt.

See how to make Peep and Apple Skewers

Balsamic Honey Glazed Carrots

Balsamic Honey Glazed Rainbow Carrots

How festive would these glazed rainbow carrots look on your holiday table? Even carrot-averse kids can’t resist these sweet, colorful carrots.

Get the recipe for Balsamic Honey Glazed Carrots

Bright Lights® Quiche

Bright Lights Quiche

Serving an Easter brunch? This colorful swiss chard quiche with a potato quiche is sure to please.

Get the recipe for Bright Lights Quiche

Lollipops® Kale Sprouts and Potato Breakfast Hash

Breakfast Hash

Serve this colorful hash alongside a quiche or on its own. It’s a one-skillet wonder breakfast special enough for any holiday.

Get the recipe for Lollipops® Kale Sprouts and Potato Breakfast Hash

Instant Pot Artichokes

Steamed Instant Pot Artichokes

Spring = Artichokes! Many people avoid fresh artichokes because they find them intimidating. But it’s really not hard to prepare them once you know what to do. With the assistance of an Instant Pot, you can have perfectly cooked artichokes in under 30 minutes.

Learn how to make Artichokes in an Instant Pot

Blueberry and Pomegranate Tart

Easter Tart

Yummy and festive, this Easter tart starring blueberries and pomegranates can be whipped up in 30 minutes.

Get the recipes for Blueberry and Pomegranate Tart

Deviled Easter Eggs (Naturally Dyed)

How to Dye Hard Boiled Eggs with Beet Juice

Dying Easter eggs is a beloved tradition. Don’t stop at the shell! Using beet juice, turn hard-boiled eggs a beautiful pink color.

Learn how to dye hard-boiled eggs with beet juice

Charred Sweet Broccoli with Pancetta and Parmesan

Charred Sweet Broccoli Banner Image

This vibrant spring-green side dish features melt-in-your-mouth sweet broccoli, pancetta, parmesan, and a homemade thyme vinaigrette.

Get the recipe for Charred Sweet Broccoli with Pancetta and Parmesan

Hot Honey Roasted Vidalia Onions

Hot Honey Roasted Vidalia Onions

If Vidalia onions have hit the market by Easter, then this recipe is an absolute must! Vidalia onions are mild and sweet. Roast them in hot honey until they are fork-tender. This chef-inspired recipe is sure to impress your holiday dinner guests.

Get the recipe for Hot Honey Roasted Vidalia Onions 

Strawberry “Peep” Dog Treats

Even Rover deserves something in his Easter basket! These Peep-shaped dog treats are just the thing to spoil your pup with this spring.

Get the recipe for Strawberry “Peep” Dog Treats

What will be on your Easter table? Are you adding any of our most-loved Easter recipes? Share with us in the comments below.

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