An Easter Dinner to Celebrate

You’ve got the guest list written, the flowers ordered, and the Easter dinnerware all laid out, but you still need a few Easter dinner ideas for your classic springtime feast. I got you, Culinary Hill family!

Not to worry. Here’s a traditional Easter menu that comes together without a hitch, so there’s more time to fill baskets and hide eggs. It works for Easter brunch, too, if you’re eating on the early side… hop to it!

Here’s a traditional Easter menu that comes together without a hitch, so there’s more time to fill baskets and hide eggs. It works for Easter brunch, too, if you’re eating on the early side... hop to it!

Of all the holidays, Easter may be the most beautiful. Spring has sprung, the tulips are blooming, and there’s a certain flowery optimism in the air. Easter dresses, new shoes, and a chance to use your prettiest plates and napkins. And who could forget the chocolate bunnies?

No matter what your Easter food traditions are, you’re bound to find some tantalizing (but easy) Easter recipes to serve on Sunday that will delight your friends and family. These are my most trusted recipes, passed on to you.

Making Easter dinner for two, or twenty? Click and slide the number next to “servings” on the recipe card below to adjust the ingredients to match how many you’re feeding—the recipe does the math for you, it’s that easy.

These Roasted Green Beans are flavored with lemon and garlic, then roasted to crisp-tender perfection! A fresh and easy side dish all year long.

Roasted Green Beans

Oven Roasted Green Beans are hard to resist, and like French fries, it’s almost impossible to eat just one. A heaping platter of beautiful, crispy green beans loaded with garlic and a squirt of...

It may be from the Midwest, but Cheesy Potato Casserole delights absolutely everyone at any party, no matter where you are. This is the classic recipe, but there are lots of fun variations to make this gooey, cheesy baked hash brown masterpiece even more special.

Cheesy Potato Casserole (Funeral Potatoes)

Hailing from the Midwest, Cheesy Potato Casserole delights absolutely everyone at any party, no matter where you are. This is the classic recipe, but there are lots of fun variations to make this gooey,...

Here’s how to make biscuits that are so light and fluffy, they practically float off the plate right into your mouth. They’re seriously easy to make, too; you don’t even need a pastry blender to make the best biscuits ever—just a bowl and a spoon.

How to Make Biscuits

Here’s how to make biscuits that are so light and fluffy, they practically float off the plate right into your mouth. They’re seriously easy to make, too; you don’t even need a pastry blender...

Everyone will want to eat the sweet and crunchy breadcrumbs on this Baked Ham with Crumb Topping, so you might close the kitchen door until it’s ready to serve. It’s all too tempting to nibble on the toasted bits, especially when you’re hungry.

Baked Ham with Crumb Topping

Everyone will want to eat the sweet and crunchy breadcrumbs on this Baked Ham with Crumb Topping, so you might close the kitchen door until it’s ready to serve. It’s all too tempting to...

Just when you thought French toast couldn’t get any better, here it is: Challah French Toast makes one of the most indulgent and delicious breakfasts ever. Serve these crispy-on-the-outside, custard-on-the-inside slices with your favorite fresh fruit and lots of warm syrup.

Challah French Toast

Just when you thought French toast couldn’t get any better, here it is: Challah French Toast makes one of the most indulgent and delicious breakfasts ever. Serve these crispy-on-the-outside, custard-on-the-inside slices with your favorite fresh...

Challah is a traditional Jewish bread made every week for the Sabbath and for most Jewish holidays. I have an easy Challah recipe that is simple to master. It’s rich and decadent with a beautiful golden color and pillow-soft texture. And that three-strand plait will impress everyone at the table! 

Challah

Challah is a traditional Jewish bread made every week for the Sabbath and for most Jewish holidays. I have an easy Challah recipe that is simple to master. It’s rich and decadent with a...

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