Hello! Are you getting ready for an Easter Sunday feast? If you are, I have a recipe roundup featuring some excellent looking recipes I hope to make, but haven’t gotten around to yet. If you need an idea – check out these sites for wonderful looking recipes. All the photos are from the sites listed below the picture. Click the picture or the blue link and enjoy clicking over!
For an appetizer, try this creamy Avocado Feta Dip from Two Peas and their Pod. Those are two of my favorite tastes. This would be a lighter appetizer before you dig into the main meal.
BAKED falafel? Please just deliver this to my front door. This would be a great meal for any vegetarian guests. Or just dinner anytime. These look wonderful and I love the photos. To top it off, this Baked Falafel is served with Spicy Feta Yogurt Dip from How Sweet Eats.
I don’t really know of anyone who doesn’t like granola. These Granola Cookies from Rhubarb and Venison make it easy to add your favorite granola to the cookie base. She is a great fellow ND blogger with wonderful recipes.
Caprese dip? Sign me up. All my friends know I love caprese anything. This Hot Caprese Dip from Heather Christo is begging to be scooped up with some crunchy pita chips. What a great appetizer.
What is better than spring-like cupcakes? Well, Fruit Filled Lemony Cupcakes from Love and Olive Oil. What a great surprise for your guests to bite into these. This is the perfect time of year for these flavors.
Having brunch for Easter? I have you covered there too with a couple of ideas. This Lemon Poppy Seed French Toast from The Sugar Hit would go great with the cupcakes above with the similar tastes. This French Toast would surely impress your guests.
Another brunch idea! These tacos would be a hit with kids, but I personally think they look wonderful for any spring breakfast. These Pancake Berry Tacos from Driscoll’s would be easily customizable and you could make and freeze the pancakes in advance. Yum!
Why is Chex Mix so addicting!?! Debbie from Debbie’s Midwestern Kitchen made PB&J Chex Mix! I eat peanut butter and jelly every week a few times for breakfast and would devour this twist on the popular snack mix!
Going for some Asian flavors at your meal? How refreshing and light does this Pepper Chicken with Cashew Stir Fry from The Little Kitchen look? I love stir fry meals – so easy to throw in any of your favorite flavors.
The stunning strawberry filled cake would definitely impress your guests. I think this could be fairly easily pulled off if you have some experience with layer cakes. Ribbon Cake with Strawberries from Something Swanky could be customized using any flavors of cake, filling and frosting.
If you maybe don’t have the most expertise in the kitchen, but you want something impressive to serve, try these Slow Cooker Turkey Sloppy Joe Stuffed Baked Potatoes by Mountain Mama Cooks. The slow cooker will help you with your time management while you prepare all the toppings for a pleasing and easy meal kids and adults will both like.
One final dessert. Strawberries are IN season and are begging to be put in this super simple Strawberry Tart from Closet Cooking. You really don’t need to be a pro in the kitchen to pull off this stunning dessert.
I hope you liked this recipe round up. Have a great Easter. Enjoy!