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10 Easter Recipes – A Full Menu for Easter Sunday

I collaborated with Comfy In The Kitchen to create the perfect Easter Menu!

Enjoy!

1. It’s not Easter Dinner at my mom’s house without Easter Ham.

I love Comfy In The Kitchen’s Recipe!

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2.  Every year I bring the Deviled Eggs to my parents house for Easter (sure wish I could change the name to Angelic Eggs! lol!).

Here’s my Deviled Eggs recipe and a tip for how to peel and get those yolks out clean!

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3.  I LOVE my sister’s Sweet Potatoes Casserole!

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and check out Comfy In the Kitchen’s Sweet Potato Casserole isn’t it pretty!

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4.  My Crock Pot Macaroni and Cheese goes perfect with Ham!

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5.  Comfy In The Kitchen’s Classic Green Beans are simple and tasty!

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6. Here’s what to do with those Ham leftovers – Ham Cheese Sliders!

7. And here’s what to do with all those leftover dyed Easter Eggs…

Egg-cellent Egg Salad Sandwiches.

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8. My favorite Easter Morning Breakfast~ Resurrection Rolls!

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9. And these amazing Easter Story Cookies are a meaningful treat!

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10. And to finish dinner off – some Bunny Cupcakes – fun for the kids!

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Enjoy!

Walk with the King!


If you are in need of some fresh new recipes – then visiting Janelle’s blog at Comfy In the Kitchen is a must! She also has a Feasting In Fellowship Friday Link-Up Party happening right now – join the fun!!

12 Comments

  1. LOL I totally know what you mean about the deviled eggs! I love devil’s food cake and all that, but can’t we change the name?? 🙂 Also, if you put the filling of the deviled eggs into a Ziploc baggie, cut off a small corner, and pipe the filling into the eggs, that makes it SO much cleaner and prettier! I read that tip last year and I’m never going back to the old way! 🙂

  2. Oh, you’re killing me. I want to eat every single item, lol. Dh and I recently began a plan to get into shape and I can’t have much of anything listed except a hard boiled egg. Wah wah. I did do Janelle’s ham last year though and it was VERY well received here. I’m going to try to stop drooling (and pouting) now. 😉 I WILL have a little slice of ham and a hard boiled egg (with some great horse radish, oh yeah!)
    Blessings,
    Toni

  3. Courtney, I’ve been feeling a little sad lately (I think it’s because the last three months have been very stressful with not a lot of fun things to look forward to), but thanks to you, I now have something fun to look forward to 🙂 🙂 🙂 As much as I love deviled eggs, I’ve never made them! And as much as my husband loves ham, I’ve never made that either. This post, as simple as it is, has gotten me so excited about cooking an Easter feast next weekend…and I can’t wait to turn any leftover eggs into egg salad, and any leftover ham into little sliders! Thank you so much, I will be a rockstar in our house next week 🙂 🙂 🙂 Much love to you and your family this Easter <3

  4. I work for a family that immigrated to the U.S. Their children call “deviled eggs” picnic eggs. I thought it was a fun, cheerful name, so I’ve started making “picnic eggs” as well!

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