Easter Recipes

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  • Pickled Eggs
    30 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Pickled eggs! Four ways. Brilliant fuchsia red beet pickled eggs, a Indian version featuring yellow curry, jalapeno pickled eggs, and a tarragon mustard version.
  • Hasselback Potatoes
    1 hr, 30 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Vertical slicing and an extra-long roast in the oven make these potatoes both beautiful and delicious. Look at all those crispy edges!
  • Prosciutto-Wrapped Asparagus
    20 min
    Gluten-Free, Paleo
    Prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, roasted in the oven until crisp, is such an easy way to make your asparagus extra special. Great for Easter, Mother's Day, or any spring meal!
  • Egg Nests
    20 min
    Low Carb
    Cloud Eggs or Egg Nests are egg whites whipped to stiff peaks, grated cheese folded in, formed into nests, baked with yolk in center
  • Guacamole Deviled Eggs
    25 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Guacamole Deviled Eggs! Hard boiled eggs and avocado are made for each other in these creamy, tasty deviled eggs. No mayo needed.
  • Side shot of a pile of pecan meringue cookies on a plate
    3 hrs, 45 min
    Gluten-Free
    These light and sweet meringue cookies are made with just three ingredients: egg whites, sugar, and pecans. Great for a Passover or Easter treat. Start them the night before and let them cool slowly in the oven until morning.
  • beautiful Hummingbird Cake ready to serve to guests
    1 hr, 5 min
    Hummingbird Cake is a Southern classic! It's a spiced pineapple-banana cake topped with cream cheese frosting and pecans. Serve it for Easter or any family gathering.
  • Pineapple Upside Down Cake
    1 hr, 35 min
    The BEST pineapple upside down cake recipe EVER! It has a caramel topping with pineapple rounds over a dense cake with almond flour.
  • Smoked Salmon Quiche
    1 hr, 30 min
    Quiche with all-butter pastry crust, filled with custard baked with smoked salmon, fresh dill, shallots, and goat cheese.
  • Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes Slow Cooker potatoes in a dish with butter and a napkin
    3 hrs, 50 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes are so easy and they free up some much-needed stovetop space for Thanksgiving and other holidays!
  • Spinach Artichoke Quiche
    3 hrs
    Vegetarian
    Spinach and artichoke quiche! With chopped spinach and artichokes hearts, shallots, goat cheese, green onions, eggs, and cream. Perfect for a Sunday brunch!
  • Cocoa Coconut Macaroons
    32 min
    Gluten-Free
    These Cocoa Coconut Macaroons are like a cross between a classic macaroon and a fudgy brownie.
  • Homemade egg salad sandwich on a plate with a leaf of lettuce
    10 min
    Here's how to make a classic egg salad sandwich! All you need are chopped hard boiled eggs, green onion, celery, mayonnaise and a dash of curry powder. Serve on toasted bread for lunch.
  • Lemon Blueberry Ricotta Pound Cake
    1 hr, 25 min
    Blueberries and lemon? Ricotta cheese in a pound cake? Yes, please! Sweet and lemony, with a delicate crumb, this cake tastes like summer.
  • Carrot Cake
    1 hr, 15 min
    This Carrot Cake with pineapple and coconut is a family favorite, made every year for all sorts of celebrations from birthdays to Easter! Originally from the Silver Palate cookbook, we've made several changes to make it easier and tastier.
  • Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls
    2 hrs, 45 min
    Potato rolls! So soft and fluffy. These are THE BEST dinner rolls ever. Perfect for Thanksgiving dinner or for sandwich sliders.
  • Finished Ham and Asparagus Quiche in white dish
    2 hrs
    This Ham and Asparagus Quiche is terrific for a springtime brunch, Easter dinner, or even just a weeknight meal. Make it up to three days ahead and serve it room temperature or warmed up.
  • Overhead shot of a homemade keylime pie, covered with whipped cream and with a linen beside
    1 hr, 40 min
    This Key Lime Pie is an American classic. Ours is made with lime juice and sweetened condensed milk in a graham cracker crust and topped with whipped cream. Use key limes if you have them, otherwise substitute regular limes.

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