Easter is a time when many families gather together and enjoy each other’s company over an extra-special meal. Sometimes one person prepares the entire meal, and other times it is a combined effort.
I am sharing some Easter Recipes for a potluck, dinner or lunch. This year there won’t likely be potlucks, but it is always fun to celebrate at home with your family.
When the kids were younger, we used to enjoy Easter egg hunts at home and then we would host an Easter brunch for the whole family. I just loved watching the egg hunts, going to Easter service, and seeing all the children dressed in their best.
When they were older, we often traveled and went to Grandma and Grandpa’s home to celebrate together. It is a wonderful time to celebrate the season and the blessings we have. Whether you are celebrating with home or at a friend or family member’s home,
it’s never too early to start thinking about what you might make and bring to this year’s Easter celebration. Below are some great recipes that any host or hostess will appreciate you contributing to their meal, whether they are the sole cook or it is a potluck style feast.
Easter Recipes – Ideas for your Table
Be sure to check out these fun Easter Rice Krispie Eggs
Don’t forget to pair these dishes with a fun Easter cocktail recipe for the adults.
1. Dill Glazed Carrots
2. The Best Broccoli Salad
3. Sweet Potato & Brown Butter Hot Crossed Buns
4. Lactose Free Green Bean Casserole
5. Bacon Hash Browns
6. Classic Southern Deviled Eggs
7. Malted Gooey Cake Bars
8. 5 Ingredient Corn Casserole
9. Lemon Cheesecake
10. Rustic Roasted Carrots
11. Ranch and Bacon Pasta Salad
12. Super Easy Bean Salad
13. Easy Creamy Macaroni Salad
14. Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls
15. German Potato Salad
16. Colorful Mediterranean Salad
17. Light Chicken Salad
18. Broccoli Pasta Salad
19. Crockpot Macaroni and Cheese
20. Mini Monkey Bread
Don’t forget to check out these fun Easter dessert recipe ideas.
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If you celebrate Easter, how are you celebrating this year?