Are you looking for treats, appetizers, and desserts to make for Easter? From Easter Chicks to how to cook a holiday ham appetizers, these recipes will give you all kinds of ideas to put the finishing touch on your Easter dinner.
1. Roasted Asparagus Wrapped in Ham – Kalyns Kitchen
The smoked and slightly browned ham pairs wonderfully with the barely roasted asparagus, and this is something that would make a nice addition to a menu for Easter brunch or lunch.
2. Spring Bird’s Nest Cookies – A Mom’s Take
These Bird’s Nest Cookies are really fun for spring creating a little nest out of a macaroon cookie. The coconut will toast a little bit in the oven while the cookies are cooking.
3. Rainbow Deviled Eggs Egg Salad – Amanda’s Cookin
Easter means that soon, you will have an overabundance of boiled eggs. Once you peel off the pretty shells, you’ll be left with plain white eggs to make into deviled eggs or egg salad. Instead of the boring route this year, make the edible eggs just as pretty as their outer shells.
4. Chocolate Candy Easter Eggs – Kudos Kitchen By Renee
If you love peanut butter and chocolate, then these fun treats are for you! They’re fast and easy to make and oh so delicious. They far surpass the store bought candy in taste and they will surly delight your family and friends.
5. Bone-in Whole Holiday Ham – Noble Pig
The ham is all about pomp and circumstance don’t you think? At least that’s the only reason I put the pineapple and cherry decor in the ham’s skin. They don’t contribute to the overall flavor, but they look gorgeous on the holiday buffet!
6. Avocado Easter Eggs – Mom Endeavors
These yummy “eggs” are not only a unique twist on using the avocado, but are a unique twist on my favorite avocado dish–guacamole!
7. Romanian Pasca Easter Bread Recipe – Roxana’s Home Baking
Meal time it’s always a feast on Easter day. Pasca it’s a sweet, soft, yeast braided bread baked in a 10 inch springform filled with a cheese mixture. Like a cheesecake in a bread.
8. Homemade Copycat Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs Instructions – Cincy Shopper
Every year when all the Easter Candy starts appearing one of the first candy items we see on the shelves are Reese’s Peanut butter Eggs. Now you can make your own Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs at home with this recipe.
9. Cadbury Cookie Brittle – Beyond Frosting
This is another copycat recipe. Using Pillsbury cookie dough, make your own Cadbury Cookie Brittle.
10. Easter Chick Cookies – Sister’s Saving Cents
Use cream-filled cookies and cover them with white chocolate, decorate them with pretzels, chocolate chips and orange conversation heart candies and you have Easter Chick Cookies.