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With Easter coming up next weekend, here are 50+ family friendly Easter recipes for you to try. Normally I try to split these up between desserts and well, non-desserts but they’re all together this time. Hopefully you find something you like! Traditionally, we have ham on Easter though I certainly wouldn’t mind having lamb one of these years. There are quite a few egg based recipes in case you’re wondering what to do with all of those hard boiled eggs. And, speaking of leftovers, there are also a few recipes based on what you might have leftover from your Easter dinner (namely ham).

50+ Easter recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

  1. Chilli Egg Casserole from Sunny Simple Life
  2. Maple Glazed Ham from Divine Lifestyle
  3. 45 Ways to Use Easter Leftovers from Living on a Dime (featured in the collage)
  4. Leftover Ham and Sweet Potatoes from Farm Fresh Eats
  5. Rustic Roasted Carrots from Farm Fresh Eats
  6. Spinach, Apple, and Glazed Pecan Salad from Carolyn’s Homework
  7. Crock Pot Spiral Ham from A Mom’s Take
  8. Asparagus and Artichoke Hearts Breakfast Casserole from Kayln’s Kitchen
  9. Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin from Baby Loving Mamma
  10. Avocado Easter Eggs from Mom Endeavors (featured in the collage)
  11. Colorful Deviled Easter Eggs from Mom Endeavors
  12. Ham and Asparagus Frittata from Healthy Seasonal Recipes
  13. Ham and Asparagus Bread Pudding from Healthy Seasonal Recipes
  14. Classic Pound Cake from the Kitchen is My Playground
  15. Homemade Chocolate Easter Eggs from Family, Food, Travel
  16. Easter Bunny Cupcakes from Amanda’s Cookin
  17. Easter Rice Krispies Treats Pops from Thrifty DIY Diva
  18. Peeps in a Nest from Family Fun Journal
  19. Easter Puppy Chow Mix from Simply Stacie
  20. Jello Eggs from So Festive
  21. Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs from Gator Mommy Reviews
  22. Itty Bitty Bunny Cupcakes from Barefeet on the Dashboard
  23. White Chocolate Peeps from the Joys of Boys
  24. Easter Egg Pie from Living On A Dime
  25. Lemon Easter Basket Cupcakes from Simply Southern Mom
  26. Healthier Peanut Butter Balls from Love To Be In the Kitchen
  27. Carrot Cake Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting from All Things Mama
  28. Easter Bunny Bait from Formula Mom (featured in the collage)
  29. Marshmallow Bunny Bark from Must Have Mom
  30. Perfect Potatoes au Gratin from Bless This Mess
  31. Adorable Bunny Cupcakes from Meaningful Mama
  32. Peeps Pudding Cups from Foodie Mom
  33. Easter Bunny Cookies from Sweet Pea Savings
  34. Lemon Snack Cake from Our Table for Seven
  35. Hidden Carrot Cupcakes from A Mom’s Take
  36. Easter Egg Cinnamon Rolls from A Mom’s Take (featured in the collage)
  37. Easy Fondant Sheep from Red Ted Art
  38. Birds Nest Cookies from Baking Outside the Box
  39. Bunny Butt Cookies from Thrifty DIY Diva
  40. Copycat Cadbury Eggs from Baking Beauty
  41. Sweet Potato Hot Cross Buns from Healthy Seasonal Recipes
  42. Spinach Bacon Deviled Eggs from Healthy Seasonal Recipes
  43. Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting from Flour On My Face
  44. Hot Cross Buns Bread Pudding from Sidewalk Shoes
  45. Lemon Cookies from A Cedar Spoon
  46. Lemon Cream Cheese Cookies from Stuck On Sweet
  47. Easter Bunny Almond Bark Pretzels from Kid Things
  48. Kids Parfait Ideas from Madame Deals
  49. Cannoli Pie from Organized 31
  50. Bunny Mix Batter Popcorn from Oh My Sugar High
  51. Sweet n Salty Easter Treats from The Mom Maven
  52. Resurrection Rolls from Women Living Well
  53. Crockpot Navy Beans and Ham from Crystal and Company
  54. Peppers, Cheese, and Hashbrowns Fritatta from I Love My Disorganized Life
  55. Strawberry Coffee Cake from 3 Boys and a Dog
  56. Easter Egg Toast from Women Living Well
  57. Bunny Brownie Truffles from Frugal Family Home
  58. Easy Easter Dinner or Brunch Ideas from Do It All Working Mom

Do you plan a special menu for brunch or dinner on Easter? What are some of your favorite foods to eat?

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9 years ago

Bunny Brownie Truffles in on that list! That just sounds rich and decadent, doesn’t it??? 🙂

Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle
9 years ago

Thanks for sharing so many delicious recipes! The Easter Egg Cinnamon Rolls are first on my to-make list!

9 years ago

This is a great round up of ideas for Easter! It is so fun to try new foods at holidays!

Bonnie @ wemake7
Bonnie @ wemake7
9 years ago

What a great list! I didn’t realize it was coming up so fast. Will have to make some of these.

Liz Mays
9 years ago

Oh wow! There are so many things to try. The ham and asparagus frittata sounds like a great meal for us.

Nina Say
9 years ago

So much Easter fun here! I sorta, kinda, wanna make them all.

lisa @bitesforbabies
9 years ago

Wow! SO many recipes!!! I have to say that the avocado realyl caught my eye…so cute!

Elizabeth O.
Elizabeth O.
9 years ago

What a cute avocado Easter egg! Would try making them for something healthy in my party!

michele d
michele d
9 years ago

What a cute idea! Those are some great recipes to share. Thank you! The Easter Bunny Bait sounds great!

Mhie Lee
9 years ago

Wow! That’s a lot of ideas to do on easter day. Cupcake would be my top choice in your list. Thanks for sharing.

Chubskulit Rose
9 years ago

I would love to try the spinach bacon deviled egg. I only tried incorporating bacon before but spinach is such a great idea.

Ann Bacciaglia
Ann Bacciaglia
9 years ago

This is a great list of recipes. There are so many i am excited to try. Thanks for sharing.

Kelly Hutchinson
9 years ago

Wow, so many great recipes to choose from. I know my kids would rally like the Easter Rice Krispies Treats Pops.

9 years ago

Wow that is one awesome round up! So many great recipes I will have to go through Them all!

Jesica H
9 years ago

WOW! This is a lot of ideas!!! Thank so much, they are all great!

Dawn McAlexander
9 years ago

What a great roundup of Easter recipes. We love to make a great Easter dinner, so I will be sure to try to use some of these recipes this year.

9 years ago

Awesome round up!

9 years ago

I can not believe easter is almost here, thanks for compiling the recipes

9 years ago

I normally don’t really get into sweets that much, but I do love, love puppy chow. I’ll definitely have to try the Easter Puppy Chow Mix!

Shaney Vijendranath
9 years ago

You getting me excited for Easter! I want to try so many of these recipes.

9 years ago

YAHOO!!! Thank you for all of these great ideas! I am hosting Easter this year and was just going… UMMM, What am I going to make aside from the main lamb?! Now I know ; ) Happy Easter!

9 years ago

thanks for these! I am personally looking forward to the easter ham!

Angela Christoper
9 years ago

Thanks for sharing wonderful recipe, I’ll try one of this recipe one day.

Chrystal @ YUM eating
9 years ago

This is an awesome list. So much yum, I dont even know where to start. Asparagus and Artichoke Hearts Breakfast Casserole sounds like a good starting point for me.

9 years ago

This is quite the robust list! What an awesome seasonal collection of treats and Easter ideas!

Digna D.
9 years ago

Wow! This is a huge list. This is a one stop shop for Easter recipes. Those avocado Easter eggs look interesting.

Martine - MeUnfinished
9 years ago

Wow! So many wonderful recipes! Thank you for all of them and I am sure to try quite a few of them 🙂

9 years ago

I love the great leftover ideas, but I’m guessing that with all the little ones being not so little now, we aren’t gonna have many leftovers. How do toddlers eat so much?

Chene Atkins- Whittington
9 years ago

What a great collection of Easter recipes. Those cinnamon rolls look amazing

9 years ago

The Easter egg avocado looks super easy and a cool way to serve guac!

9 years ago

These are really great tips for what to prepare this Easter! I’m especially intrigued to try the bacon wrapped pork tenderloin and Easter bunny cupcakes!

9 years ago

Thank you for getting together this great master list of recipes. I’m still indecisive and trying to narrow down what I’d like to cook for everyone.

Rebecca Swenor
Rebecca Swenor
9 years ago

This sounds amazing indeed. A lot of these recipes could be used to feel the Easter baskets also. I will have to check a few of these recipes out. Thanks for sharing.

9 years ago

What a list! I still haven’t decided what to prepare from the list that I’ve created and here’s more to make me more indecisive. LOL.