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This is a super easy (and delicious) way to get kids in on the Easter Menu action. Get the recipe.
Super seasonal and surprisingly easy, the secret to this tart is flaky, store bought puff pastry dough. Get the recipe.
Meet your new favorite, centerpiece-worthy dessert. Get the recipe.
Carrots have never tasted so delicious (or looked so beautiful). They're marinated in maple syrup, mustard, miso paste, rice vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic and roasted until tender and slightly sweet. Get the recipe.
35 minutes is all it takes to make these savory scones bursting with ham, cheddar cheese, and scallions. Get the recipe.
With this recipe, you don't even have to worry about basting the ham. Just set it in the slow cooker and forget about it. Get the recipe.
Consider this the perfect breakfast sandwich for feeding a crowd. After all, who doesn't like eggs, sausage, mushrooms, and cheese wrapped in pastry? Get the recipe.
Make a big batch of these breakfast sandwiches for Easter brunch...or even better, make them the next day with leftover ham. Get the recipe.
Don't let the cook time of this recipe intimidate you. This incredibly rich side dish takes just about 20 minutes of hands-on prep time. Get the recipe.
To save time and effort on Easter morning, make this casserole ahead of time. When your guests arrive, just heat it up in the oven. Get the recipe.
It wouldn't be Easter without some sweet and sticky buns on the table. This version is filled with raisins, drizzled in maple syrup, and topped with cream cheese icing. Get the recipe.
Don't these simple crostini seem totally fancy? Top homemade or store bought crostini with lemon and herb ricotta and a slice of smoked salmon for a perfect party app. Get the recipe.
Introducing: Spring on a plate. Start with frozen puff pastry dough, and top it with sautéed asparagus, cracked eggs, zesty arugula salad, and prosciutto. Get the recipe.
Don't skimp out on the blender sauce made with goat cheese, crème fraîche, honey, and basil. It takes this roasted rack of lamb to the next level. Get the recipe.
Classic deviled eggs get a southern twist thanks to bacon, jalapeño, Dijon mustard, and cayenne pepper. Get the recipe.
Easter coincides with the beginning of spring. Celebrate with what's in season. Get the recipe.
See this fancy AF main dish? It only requires about 20 minutes of prep. Boneless leg of lamb gets rolled up with a paste made of herbs, garlic, salt and pepper and lemon zest, then roased on a bed of your favorite veggies. Get the recipe.
In addition to feeding your guests, this citrus salmon will also be artwork on your holiday table. Plus, it couldn't be easier: Season the salmon with salt and pepper, cover it with sliced citrus, and let it roast for 25 minutes. Get the recipe.
A good ham is all about the glaze. This version is made with apple cider, vinegar, maple syrup, brown sugar, mustard, cornstarch, and cinnamon. Get the recipe.
Would you believe me if I told you this side dish calls for just three ingredients? Get the recipe.
Imagine creamy, zesty deviled eggs in pasta salad form. This version gets a savory kick from pickles, onion, celery, olives and paprika. Get the recipe.
Making eggs Benedict for a group is a real hassle. Instead, make this casserole, which is made with English muffins, eggs, asparagus, Canadian bacon, mozzarella, and Swiss cheese. Of course, you can't forget the generous drizzle of hollandaise sauce. Get the recipe.
Make these puff pastry desserts for Easter, but keep the recipe on hand for all of your spring and summer get-togethers. Get the recipe.
Just a few simple ingredients and 20 minutes is all you need to make these individually proportioned, spring-y treats. Get the recipe.
Make these babies for breakfast or dessert. When it comes to cinnamon buns, no rules apply. Get the recipe.
Whatever you do, don't forget the four-ingredient cream cheese frosting. You can easily multiply the recipe to make a big batch of these festive cupcakes. Get the recipe.
Combine creamy, zesty lemon filling with rich shortbread crust and you've got a real winning dessert. Get the recipe.
Get festive with your brunch cocktail selection. This recipe calls for just carrot juice and sparkling wine, but feel free to mix in some orange juice. Get the recipe.
Want to seriously impress your Easter brunch guests? These bloody Marys made with green tomatoes and tomatillos should do the trick. Get as creative as you'd like with the garnishes with anything from shrimp and bacon to pickles and olives. Get the recipe.
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