Easter Recipe Roundup!

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Since I am still on this juice fast, I will not be eating a traditional Easter dinner this year. But that didn’t stop me from looking up some yummy Easter menu ideas. So here’s an Easter Recipe Roundup for you!

So go ahead, look though, make some of these dishes and eat them for me! :)

Easter Recipe Roundup!

Easter Recipe roundup. Ideas for your Easter menu! #Easter #menu #recipes


Easter Breakfast or Brunch, start the day out right!


Asparagus and Egg Easter Brunch.

Easter recipe for brunch

Breakfast Easter Baskets.
Very cute and fun. I imagine the kids will want in on this as well.

breakfast easter baskets

Stuffed French Toast.
Just the photo is enough to make my mouth water!

Stuffed French Toast Recipe

Easter Side Dishes.

Roasted Asparagus.
I love asparagus, just about any way you fix it. So spring-y looking.

Kosher for Passover: healthy and delicious!


Au Gratin Potatoes.
You really cannot go wrong with potatoes!


au gratin potatoes
Apple Pear Salad with Lemon Poppy Seed Dressing.
I’m actually not a fan of fruit in my salads, but this one has some mouth watering
qualities that sure look good.

Apple-Pear Salad With Lemon-Poppy Seed Dressing

 Creamy Spinach Gratin. Can I just say, “That looks amazing!”

Spinach Gratin

Simple Fruit Salad. Very bright and colorful!

simple fruit salad

Layered Strawberry Salad.strawberry salad recipe for Easter

These are so cute, but the site is not in English. Perhaps you can figure out how to make them, or translate the site. :)

Bunny Buns, cute and easy!

Bunny Buns

Easter Main Dishes.


Roasted Leg of Lamb with Potatoes.
I’ve never ate lamb before, not sure how I feel about it, but this recipe sounds pretty yummy.

Greek Chicken and Potatoes.
Love anything that says Greek before a food name. :)

Greek roasted Chicken Easter Recipe

Maple Glazed Ham.
You really can’t go wrong with ham for Easter. Or any other time of year for that matter.

Stuffed Pork Loin.
That is just drool worthy!

Easter Deserts and fun Treats.


“Carrot” Cake. Printable found Here.

easter recipe-nest cookies

Strawberry Cake. Isn’t that the cutest thing ever!

Cupcake Push Pops, what kid wouldn’t love them?

Spring Push Pop Cupcakes

Meringue Nests. So creative and so yummy looking!

Easter Recipe

Empty Tomb Treats.  These would be so fun to make with kids.
I do think the 2yr old is a bit young for it though. Maybe next year.

This last one takes the cake in my book: Marshmallow Lollipop Bunnies!

I hope you enjoyed looking through this Easter Recipe Roundup. And I hope you now have plenty of ideas for you Easter menu! Don’t forget to eat some for me. 😉

Respectful opinions are always welcome

  1. Good Morning. I have no clue what I will fix.It will just be us 3 plus we do not eat pork(ACK) so I have no idea lol.

  2. The bunny rolls are too cute!! Not sure of the whole menu yet but I need to bring a dessert. Luckily I have Pinterest for that!!

  3. It all looks great! Just glad I don’t have to cook this year!

  4. lovestocook says:

    The bread birds are sold at Focaccia Shop at LaLaport Shopping Park in Tokyo – that’s where the picture comes from. But here is a site that tells you how to make them. Frankly I cheated and used Rhodes Rolls and they came out fine.
    I loved everything on this menu – except for breakfast I make that Greek bread with the Easter eggs in it. I’ll enclose a recipe for that, too, in case you’re interested. Oh, and that, too, can be made with Rhodes rolls. The French breadsticks you buy in tubes works well also. If you want to keep the religious meaning dye the Easter eggs red – it symbolizes the blood of Christ. If you use food coloring and dye them multi-colored you can eat the eggs – they come out hard boiled, like regular Easter eggs.

    Birdie bread rolls

    Greek Easter Bread

    • lovestocook says:

      * Oh, and if you want to eat the eggs in the easter bread just dye them raw with food coloring and put them in the bread. Bake the bread according to the bread recipe. When you’re done you’ll have edible hard-boiled eggs and bread. We eat the whole thing every year and it always comes out fine – I’m not sure why they tell you not to eat the eggs in the Greek bread recipes. I make Ukrainian Easter eggs and use the special dye for those and that particular dye isn’t edible, but I wouldn’t put them in bread. So I’m wondering if they use a specific dye that isn’t edible to get the deep red color that looks so pretty. But I wouldn’t use any dye but food coloring for this.

    • Thank you soooo much for sharing that! I really love the idea!

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