It's not Easter without a holiday feast. Whether you're dining with family or friends, you'll want to make sure your table is packed with these irresistible starters, sides, and main dishes. From tender orange glazed ham to roasted carrots and asparagus topped with a crunchy almond gremolata, these recipes will have your guests reaching for seconds (and maybe even thirds!). But make sure to remind everyone to save room so they can finish off the holiday with one (or more) of our decadent Easter desserts.
This easy-to-make tart utilizes delicious, fresh ingredients and will make the vegetarians in the crowd very happy.
This delicious roast pork dish, made with sweet red grapes and cabbage, only takes 20 minutes to make. Just remember to let your pork rest for five minutes on the cutting board before slicing into it to ensure it stays juicy.
Top this mix of tasty seafood, which can include your favorites, with a layer of hash browns before baking for 20 to 25 minutes. For extra crispy potatoes, broil for an additional one to two minutes.
Who can say no to pizza? Made with fresh asparagus and a little red onion, this dish is guaranteed to disappear from the buffet line.
Fire up the grill to make these delicious and flavorful pork kebabs– your guests will be raving over them for years to come.
Use your Instant Pot to make this delicious, creamy mushroom-and-kale bread pudding, which you can serve to your guests in individual ramekins.
Pop this casserole, made with cremini mushrooms, spinach and ooey gooey Gruyère cheese, into the oven about an hour before your guests arrive to give it time to bake.
These deviled eggs, made with Dijon mustard and fresh lemon juice, are just as delicious as they are fun to make.
Though this dish requires a bit more time to prepare, you'll be so happy you made it after you see the smiles it brings to your family faces.
Even your little ones won't be able to resist a bite of tender asparagus when it's wrapped in this easy-to-make puff pastry.
The only thing that can make classic buttermilk biscuits taste even better are the fresh herbs featured in this recipe.
Add some extra punch to your deviled eggs with this updated recipe.
Sunflower seeds, flax seeds, and old-fashioned oats give this soda bread a rich texture.
Combine radishes with fresh herbs, hot chilies, and cool cucumbers for a punchy and spicy salad.
This simple veggie dish can be made ahead of time, allowing you to focus on having fun with your friends and family.
Your guests will be blown away by this combination of savory feta, sweet green beans, and peppery arugula.
Try something new this year and serve up these colorful carrots glazed with a sweet and citrusy vinaigrette.
Enriched with garlic and butter, these creamy mashed potatoes will melt right in your mouth.
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This green side dish features a kick of fresh lemon.
You'd never guess that this creamy side is made with carrots too.
Pair these two spring vegetables with a zesty almond topping, and you'll have the most delightful side dish.
Whether you serve this as a side or appetizer for your Easter feast, your guests are sure to reach for seconds.
What you'll need: Pizza cutter ($13, .com)
If you're looking to serve something light on Easter Sunday, consider this delicious pea and shrimp dish.
What's Easter without the ham! You'll want to serve this sweet glaze any night, holiday or not.
You can make this fresh lemon-thyme chicken dinner with just one pan. Talk about easy cooking!
One bite of this orange glazed ham and your Easter guests won't know what hit 'em.
For those less interested in ham, these three-cheese veggie stuffed shells are a great vegetarian option.
Your holiday planning will be stress-free when you choose a recipe with an easy-to-prep meat and a well-paired salad.