7 Easter Recipes To Tempt Your Taste Buds

Easter is around the corner, and while we hang in the balance of this global pandemic, we might as well use this occasion to brighten up our lives and spark some joy! Whether that means you’re cooking for yourself, for the family, or for the ‘gram.

Start planning your menu with these 7 Easter recipes that are sure to have your followers drooling:

Rosé grapefruit mimosa

grapefruit mimosa in a champagne glass with a wedge or orange

Rosé Grapefruit Mimosa by Mindful Avocado

Start your Easter brunch with a mimosa. But not just any ol’ champagne and orange juice! This mimosa from Mindful Avocado stirs things up by using rosé instead of champagne and grapefruit juice instead of orange juice. Trust us, they’re just as easy to make as any other mimosa. Find the recipe here and similar champagne flutes here!

Easter charcuterie board

charcuterie board with meats, cheese, olives, jams, breadsticks

Antipasto Platter by Half Baked Harvest

Before you indulge in your Easter brunch or dinner, have something to snack on, like a gorgeous Easter charcuterie board. This one from Half Baked Harvest includes some spring favourites including strawberries, sun-dried tomatoes, and in our opinion, the piece de restistance, goat cheese stuffed sweet cherry peppers. Yeah, let that last one sink in. We’re drooling, too! Check out everything used to put this Easter charcuterie board together here and find your new favourite cheese board here!

Slow cooker brown sugar pineapple ham

ham with chunks of pineapple on a platter

Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Pineapple Ham by My Organized Chaos

A traditional Easter dish, this slow cooker brown sugar pineapple ham is just as delicious as it is easy to make! Seriously, it’s only 5 ingredients! Plus, it’s made in the Ricardo Digital Slow Cooker so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time watching Tiger King. Find the recipe over at My Organized Chaos!

Brown butter maple glazed roasted rainbow carrots

colourful carrots in a pan with rosemary

Brown Butter Maple Roasted Rainbow Carrots by Plated Cravings

We love these rainbow (or heirloom) carrots because they are so easy to make and yet perfect for special occasions! Honestly, they might actually compete with the ham! Maple syrup and brown butter get all the credit for this great side dish. Check out the recipe from Plated Cravings! These carrots cook best in a shallow baking dish.

Baked stuff artichoke

baked artichoke stuffed with cheese

Baked Stuffed Artichokes by Simply Recipes

This might just be the best way to eat artichokes! Stuffed with herby, garlicky, Parmesan breadcrumbs, this side will really wow your taste buds! Find the recipe at Simply Recipes! These artichokes can be made in Tuscana bakeware and go straight from the oven to the table!

Avocado strawberry spinach salad with poppyseed dressing

spinach, strawberries, and avocado drizzled in a poppyseed dressing in a salad bowl

Avocado Strawberry Spinach Salad With Poppy Seed Dressing by Gimme Some Oven

Is there anything better than fresh strawberries? All you need is fresh strawberries, avocado, and spinach, mixed with crumbled blue cheese, toasted almonds, and homemade poppy seed dressing. Check out the super simple recipe from Gimme Some Oven and find the perfect glass salad bowl here!

No bake mini egg cheesecake

Ultimate No Bake Nutella Cheesecake Recipe by Taming Twins

Ultimate No Bake Nutella Cheesecake Recipe by Taming Twins

Cheesecake is always a delicious choice. Creamy and light, any cheesecake is always a hit. But this cheesecake takes Easter dessert and your whole Easter menu to a whole new level! Yes, you are seeing correctly – that Nutella is calling your name! Check out the easy recipe over at Taming Twins.

What’s your favourite Easter recipe?

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Looking for more fun Easter recipes? Learn how to make the Best Easter Waffle Breakfast Bar Ever!