Easy Easter Recipes You Can’t Mess Up (They’re Delicious Too)
These vibrant, seasonal recipes come together quickly, but are sure to wow everyone at your Easter table.
Instead of spending Easter stressed out in the kitchen, create your Easter menu from our collection of easy Easter recipes. We've created easy Easter appetizers, mains, and cute Easter desserts, whether you're hosting Easter brunch or a dinner later in the evening. To lessen your load, share the menu with your friends and family and let them bring a dish or two.
If you make one appetizer this Easter, let it be these gorgeous beet and yogurt toasts. As you season the yogurt and slice the radishes and herbs, the beets marinate in a simple balsamic mixture, allowing them to soak in bold flavor. Save this recipe, because your guests will be asking for it.
Get the Recipe: Marinated Beet Toasts With Yogurt
Take a break from decadent potatoes au gratin and try this fresh take made with vibrant spring asparagus. Everyone at the table will eat their vegetables, but no one—not even the kids—will complain, seeing as it's covered in a creamy cheese sauce and finished with toasty breadcrumbs.
Get the Recipe: Cheesy Asparagus Gratin
Quiche is always a crowd-pleaser on an Easter brunch spread, but if you're making the pie shell from scratch, it's not exactly the easiest. Enter our delicious solution: making a crispy crust out of thinly-sliced potato. It's our fresh new take on a classic recipe, and we know it will be a hit. This recipe works great with a sweet potato crust, too, and any kind of leafy green can stand in for the kale.
Get the Recipe: Crispy Potato Crust Quiche With Kale-and-Fontina
Add a pop of color to your Easter table with this vibrant salad that doesn't skimp on flavor. Look for multiple varieties of beets to add even more visual appeal.
Get the Recipe: Grapefruit, Beet, and Radish Salad
Make sure there's some crusty bread on the table to sop up all the tomato-y goodness in this lamb-and-egg dish. It's a non-traditional way to serve lamb for Easter, but just as delicious.
Get the Recipe: Baked Eggs With Beans and Lamb Sausage
This fun, family-friendly take on the classic frittata couldn’t be easier. You’ll scatter spinach, bocconcini (tiny mozzarella balls) and salami over a sheet tray, then pour beaten eggs over top. Bake until just set, then slice and serve to hungry guests.
Get the Recipe: Antipasti Frittata
This sweet dessert will bring a smile to everyone's face. Cupcake batter is baked directly in the cones, resulting in a crunchy shell enveloping rich chocolate cake. Buttercream frosting and crushed Oreos seal the deal.
Get the Recipe: Flower Pot Cupcake Cones
When doubled, this recipe makes enough for your Easter spread and lunch the next day (trust us, it's that good that you'll be craving the leftovers before you finish your first helping). Use fresh farmer's market peas instead of edamame if you can find them.
Get the Recipe: Edamame Pasta Salad
Make this 3-ingredient yogurt bark tonight, and you'll relieve some day-of stress knowing dessert is already done. Think of it as a healthier, more refreshing take on chocolate bark that can be easily customized to your liking.
Get the Recipe: Honey Pistachio Yogurt Bark