15 Recipes To Make For Easter

Easter is a special holiday that brings family and friends together for an enjoyable celebration. Whether you’re hosting or attending a gathering, there’s no better way to get into the festive spirit than with some delicious recipes!

Pictures of ham, green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, macaroni and cheese, and a lemonade pie.

Here we round up some of our favorite Easter recipes that are sure to please everyone at your gathering. From breakfast to dessert, you’re sure to find something for everyone! So grab your apron and get ready to whip up an Easter feast that will have your family asking for seconds! Happy cooking!

Click on the name of the dish to get the recipe.

1. Easy Cheesy Breakfast Casserole

Cheesy breakfast casserole with ham, bell peppers, and onions on a plate.

This hearty breakfast casserole is a real crowd-pleaser and is perfect for Easter morning! Featuring layers of cheese, eggs, and ham, this casserole is easy to make ahead of time, so you can just pop it in the oven when your guests arrive.

2. Blueberry Pancakes

Blueberry pancakes and syrup.

Pancakes are a brunch classic and these blueberry pancakes are sure to be a hit. Just mix the batter up, cook them on the griddle, and top with more fresh blueberries and syrup for a delicious start to your holiday.

3. Slow Cooker Ham

hot ham on a cutting board

This slow cooker ham is a great main dish for Easter brunch or dinner. Just throw in the ingredients and let it cook!

4. Smoked Turkey

Smoked turkeys

For something a little different, try this smoked turkey. The wood-smoked flavor will be sure to impress your guests! It’s a great option for those who don’t consume pork.

5. Black-Eyed Peas

Bowl of black-eye peas.

Black-eyed peas are a must for any Easter table. This easy Southern side dish perfectly complements the rest of your meal.

6. Warm Broccoli Salad

Warm broccoli salad with bacon and pecans.

Broccoli, bacon, pecans, cranberries, and raisins are cooked in a light, creamy sauce and served warm for a unique take on the classic cold broccoli salad.

7. Sweet Potato Casserole

Homemade sweet potato casserole in a baking dish.

Sweet, buttery, and creamy sweet potatoes are topped with warm, gooey marshmallows in this classic holiday side dish.

8. Homemade Mac ‘N Cheese

Scoop of macaroni and cheese.

Rich and cheesy, this is not your average macaroni side dish. It’s an indulgent side that pairs perfectly with ham.

9. Loaded Cauliflower Hashbrowns

Fork digging into cauliflower casserole.

This savory side dish with cauliflower, bacon, and cheese is great for those who appreciate lower-carb dishes that are still tasty and satisfying.

10. Corn Pudding

Corn pudding in a white baking dish.

This comforting side dish is like a creamy cornbread and pairs nicely with ham or smoked turkey.

11. Green Bean Casserole

Fork and plate with green beans and French fried onions.

Holidays just wouldn’t be the same without this classic side dish which is topped with French fried onions.

12. Easy Orange Fluff Salad

Bowl of orange fluff topped with a mandarin orange.

This cool dessert is kissed with citrus goodness and is the perfect light finish to your Easter feast.

13. Croissant Bread Pudding

Croissant bread pudding baked in a white casserole dish topped with melted Nutella.

Who says dessert needs to be complicated? This classic bread pudding is made with Nutella and croissants for an extra special touch.

14. Strawberry Pie

Slice of strawberry and cream cheese pie topped with whipped cream.

Fresh strawberries on top of a sweet cream cheese layer are topped with whipped cream in this favorite Spring pie.

15. Lemonade Pie

Slice of frozen lemonade pie.

End your meal on a light note with this lemonade pie. The sweet and tart flavors of the lemonade make it a refreshing dessert option!

So there you have it – our round-up of Easter recipes that are sure to please family and friends alike! Happy holidays!

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