This delicious Easter Dinner menu has a crumb-topped baked ham, cheesy potato casserole, roasted green beans, and simple homemade biscuits. It’s great for brunch, too!

A table set for Easter with baked ham, scalloped potatoes, roasted green beans, and homemade biscuits.

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.

I love Easter dresses, new shoes, and a chance to use the prettiest plates and napkins. All you need is a simple, tasty menu to delight your friends and family!

Table of Contents
  1. Baked Ham
  2. Cheesy Potato Casserole
  3. Roasted Green Beans
  4. Homemade Biscuits
  5. Easter Desserts
  6. Leftovers

Baked Ham

My family is full of Ham Aficionados, and they all swear this is “the best ham ever.” I use a bone-in ham that’s spiral sliced and cover it with a sweet and spicy glaze and a layer of crunchy panko breadcrumbs. It’s marvelous!

A platter of baked ham with roasted potatoes.

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Cheesy Potato Casserole

Cheesy Potato Casserole is a cornerstone holiday recipe in the Midwest. This version has from-scratch cream of chicken soup and a crunchy cornflake topping, and it always disappears fast! You can make it a day ahead, too.

Cheesy potato casserole in a baking dish.

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Roasted Green Beans

These easy Roasted Green Beans are loaded with garlic and lemon and roasted to perfection. The high heat of the oven does all the work, making each bite nutty, sweet, and irresistible. Just pop them into the oven and go about your cooking.

Roasted green beans on a round platter with lemon garnish.

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Homemade Biscuits

These biscuits are just 3 ingredients and have been trusted for over 35 years. More importantly, the biscuits may be made ahead and frozen, unbaked, up to a month in advance. They are so great with the baked ham or with some butter and marmalade.

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.

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Easter Desserts

I hope you’ll save room for dessert! I know it’s hard to pass up all the jelly beans, robin eggs, and chocolate bunnies, but the sacrifice will be worth it.

Bunny Cake

Easter candy, you have some serious dessert competition with this coconut-coated vanilla Bunny Cake. The homemade cake recipe at the base is a breeze to stir together so you can focus on dressing it up…

2 hours 40 minutes
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Leftovers

Discover some of our favorite recipes for using up hard-boiled eggs and leftover ham.

Wishing you a joyful Easter with your loved ones!

A table set for Easter with baked ham, scalloped potatoes, roasted green beans, and homemade biscuits.
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