Bunny’s, peps, Cadbury eggs, pastel colors, and yet another family get together. Yes! Folks Easter is just around the corner!
Have you started planning?
Whether you are hosting a terrific dinner or attending a potluck at a friend house my friends from the blogging community have come together once again to give you all you need to make a terrific meal. As always, we like to give options to suit any taste bud! Enjoy!
“I feel after such a long and harsh winter I should have some sort of celebration or parade to welcome spring back. Do you think if I did, spring might actually come around again? This bacon wrapped pork tenderloin certainly helped brighten my day!”
“This recipe for Brown Sugar Glazed Ham is just that and while I’ve featured it for Easter it is great for any occasion where you are making a making a large ham.”
“This classic deviled egg recipe is easy to make, and perfect for a crowd! The crumbled bacon and green onion garnishes are the perfect way to top the creamy filling.”
“This simple pressure cooker ham has just 3 easy ingredients and can be made in a pressure cooker or slow cooker for stress-free holiday entertaining. Recipe from Food.com”
“Homemade cured salmon is one of the most amazing and incredibly simple recipes you can make that feels so FANCY. Fresh salmon cured in a mixture of salt, sugar and spices is arguable one of the best things about life. And this simple cured salmon recipe is so easy you’ll wonder why you haven’t been making it your whole life.”
” Tender, flavorful lamb chops don’t get any easier than these lamb loin chops marinated in herbs, garlic, and lemon juice, then roasted in the oven, for an easy lamb chops recipe that cooks in about 15 minutes. Feel free to use fresh or dried herbs for this recipe. Add at least 1 hour and 20 minutes to the prep time to include time to marinate in the fridge and then come to room temperature. (Recipe adapted with permission from Food.com)”
“This easy One-Pot Basil and Tomato Orzo Recipe
isperfect for busy weeknight meals. It’s flavorful, satisfying, and it’s ready in 30 minutes or less!”
“Nothing says comfort food better than a big old helping of homemade Scalloped Potatoes (Dauphinoise Potatoes). “
“As much as I love the combination of pineapples and ham (hello, favorite pizza toppings), I decided we need to branch out of the 70s and reinvent the centerpiece ham. It’s time, folks. This Orange Marmalde Glazed ham is moving in. “
“This light and fluffy sweet braided wreath is nestled with eggs that cook in the bread. It’s perfect for Easter. ”
a , vegan version of a festive classic, the saffron wreath. Saffron adds a beautiful golden based spelt colourand rich flavourto this bread, which is filled with dark chocolate, dates, and coconut sugar. Just sweet enough for dessert, and perfect for the holidays. “
“These delicate lemon mini babkas are an easy take on the traditional Polish Easter cakes. This version has no yeast, so it’s quicker and simpler to make. They’re light, airy and perfectly lemony. “
“These homemade cinnamon rolls have been passed down for generations in my family. The soft, airy dough is rolled in a cinnamon sugar mixture, tossed with raisins and nuts, and drizzled with icing.”
“My two favorite flavors combined! Lemon and lavender are so fresh and so soothing. The flavor palette is something I just can’t get enough of. Adding it to with the buttery dense moist cake like pound cake and I’m truly in heaven! You have to make this cake. It will change your life.”
“This Easy Coconut Cream Trifle is SO much easier than pie, and just as delicious. Perfect for potlucks, parties, bbqs or special occasions.
It’s a delicious, cheap, make-ahead dessert!”
“Coconut Macaroon Easter Egg Cookies are adorable and easy to make ahead. Top with jelly beans, mini malted milk eggs, or chocolate eggs. Happy Easter!”
“Raw no-bake Carrot Cake Energy Balls made with all HEALTHY ingredients. These yummy bites are refined sugar-free, gluten-free and vegan.”
“Make these adorable Easter Basket Cupcakes this Spring! Follow the easy video tutorial for a fun project to work on with your kids or grandkids. Use your favorite cupcakes along with this fabulous American-Style Buttercream, for an unforgettable holiday treat!”
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