Planning Your Easter Dinner

Planning Your Easter Dinner

Plan an Easter dinner menu that consists of both traditional and seasonal ingredients!

The holiday of Easter symbolizes faith, family and food. Traditional Easter main courses like lamb are references to Jesus while eggs represent birth and rebirth. Share a dinner with your family that includes these symbols and incorporates fresh seasonal produce!


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Begin with a springtime soup or some decadent deviled eggs!

Springtime Almond Asparagus Soup

Easy Deviled Ham and Cheese Phyllo Triangles

Decadent Deviled Eggs

Spring Potato Baskets

Easter Egg Spread

Main Courses Serve ham or lamb for a traditional main course!

Herbed Lamb with Apples

Glazed Ham with Dried Cherry Caramelized Onions

Butterflied Leg of Lamb with Mint and Orzo

Roast Chicken with Rosemary

Pork Chops and Potatoes in Mustard Sauce

Side Dishes Easter Egg Potatoes

Au Gratin Peas

Oven Roasted Red Potatoes and Asparagus

Italian Easter Bread

Citrus Asparagus Saute


Chocolate Easter eggs or one of these decadent cakes or pies make a great end to your Easter meal!

Easter Coconut Cream Cake

Marshmallow Easter Eggs

Strawberry Easter Pie

Bunny Patch Cake

Rockin' Rhubarb Pie


A cool refreshing punch or iced tea will complement this meal perfectly!

Rhubarb Punch

Strawberry Iced Tea

Raspberry Mint Punch

Classic Iced Tea

Fruit Tea Punch

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Colored Easter eggs are not only an Easter tradition, they make great decoration for your holiday table. Here's a recipe for Easter egg dye.

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