Easter is a time of celebration and family togetherness for many. Still, it can also be stressful when you have to make all the food yourself. This blog looks at some of the easiest Easter recipes for you to cook for your family and friends. We also feature some favorite food ideas for other holidays as well.
Many people start the Easter holiday by following a Sunday School egg hunt and end it with an Easter egg hunt. It might not be a surprise that there is a lot of candy involved. Still, to ensure that you don’t overindulge in the fun treats, you can follow these easy recipes to create Easter treats that are just as delicious as the store-bought ones.
Top 5 Easy and Budget-Friendly Easter Recipes
We have some easy Easter recipes to help you feel less overwhelmed and give you some ideas for your celebration.
Pimiento Cheese Finger Sandwiches
These finger sandwiches are ideal for Easter. The great thing about these finger sandwiches is that they can be whipped up quickly. The ingredients are inexpensive and readily available. The main ingredients for pimiento cheese spread are cheese, pimientos, mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish, black pepper, and bread.
The pimientos are added for flavor, texture, and color. They are a bit juicy, which gives the sandwich a satisfying bite. The mayonnaise is added for moisture, as well as to help bind all the ingredients together. The sweet pickle relish and black pepper add flavor, while the bread is mostly used to soak up the pimiento cheese to make a sandwich.
With the ability to prepare these bready bites in less than 20 minutes, you can even use the sandwiches as a quick lunch or dinner for the whole family.
Oven Roasted Spiced Carrots
Roasted carrots bring out the natural sweetness of carrots. These are delicious when served with a meal or as an accompaniment to a cheeseboard. Some people even enjoy roasted carrots as a healthy snack. These oven-roasted spiced carrots are simple to prepare and full of flavor.
Who doesn’t LOVE Caprese salad? Caprese Salad Kabobs are the perfect appetizer for any occasion. They’re easy to make and a great way to use up those fresh tomatoes in your garden. The Caprese skewers are so delicious that your guests will be begging you for the recipe! Also, they make a fantastic appetizer for Easter or New Year’s Eve!
Serve these Caprese skewers with crusty, freshly baked garlic bread, and your lunch or dinner will be complete. Each kebab is a good source of protein, calcium, vitamin A and folate.
It’s Easter time! Time to enjoy Cutie-pie, bite-sized, deviled egg chicks. These little guys are so silly and yet so simple to make. These deviled egg chicks are so fun and make a great way to serve eggs at Easter! They’re so easy to make, you’ll be tempted to make them any time of the year. People love these deviled eggs; they’re so cute and fun and are the perfect Easter appetizer.
Robin’s Egg No-Churn Ice Cream
Robin’s Egg No-Churn Ice Cream is the perfect treat for Easter. This super-simple recipe is made with only three ingredients – heavy cream, sweetened condensed milk, plus a few handfuls of crushed Robin’s Egg malted milk ball candies – and all ingredients come together like magic! You’ll be licking the spoon soon after the last drop has been scooped out of the ice cream dish.