Category: Easter Recipes

Recipes for Easter food. Recipes include ham, potatoes, biscuits, lemon cookie balls, roasted vegetables, carrot cake, and pies.

A picture of blackberry cobbler on a plate topped with whipped cream.

Blackberry Cobbler

When life hands you lemons, make homemade Lemon Bars; equal parts tart and sweet, these gorgeous little bar cookies are guaranteed to brighten up anybody’s day.

Lemon Bars

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

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

My ultimate Lemon Bundt Cake recipe - now updated with blueberries! Dress up a boxed lemon cake mix for the ultimate easy spring dessert. Trust me, you're going to love it.

Lemon Blueberry Cake

These Lemon Cookie Balls are inspired by seasonal lemon-flavored Oreos.  They are made like traditional Oreo Cookie balls but taste lighter and brighter, like lemon cheesecake. These balls require only 3 ingredients, but optional the decorations will add a pop of color to your holiday table!

Lemon Cookie Balls

Award-winning Homemade Cinnamon Rolls have been a family tradition passed down from baker to baker; I’m proud to share my recipe for the best made-from-scratch cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting you’ll ever taste.

Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

Quiche Muffins are going to be your new weekday BFF: Break-fast Friend. You can even make a big batch and freeze them; they reheat in just a few minutes, in the oven or microwave. You can also leave out the crust in case you're watching carbs.

Quiche Muffins

I know you’re going to want this recipe for French Toast Sticks; they’re dippable, dunkable, and absolutely irresistible at any age. Trust me; I’ve been making them for breakfast almost every weekend since the 8th grade.

French Toast Sticks

The epitome of traditional comfort food, scalloped potatoes seem to feed the stomach and even the soul-- maybe it’s because so many grandmas in the world made them for their loved ones! I’ll walk you through how to make a creamy cheddar cheese sauce for this casserole that's simple and completely satisfying. I guarantee this will be the first empty dish at any potluck.

Scalloped Potatoes

A side shot of homemade syrup being poured over waffles.

Homemade Pancake Syrup

The easiest method for making roasted carrots. The high oven temperature cooks the carrots fast and leads to delicious caramelization of their natural sugars. All you need is olive oil, salt and pepper, and a sprinkling of fresh herbs if you choose. The perfect side dish for the holidays and all year-round.

Roasted Carrots

A simple method for roasting asparagus in the oven. The garlic adds an aromatic flavor, while the higher oven temperature cooks the asparagus quicker, meaning you will be able to enjoy your veggies sooner rather than later. The asparagus is so good for you, a shaving of Parmesan or any of your favorite cheese is definitely required!

How to Roast Asparagus

An overhead shot of a brownie pizza on a wooden platter.

Brownie Pizza

If you’re looking for the fluffy, perfect vanilla-scented cake your grandma (and mine) used to make, this recipe for Hot Milk Cake is definitely the one. Made with scalded milk, this lovely, old-fashioned cake is soft, sweet, and absolutely foolproof.

Hot Milk Cake

A good lemon meringue pie is the stuff dreams are made of. Just one look at this swoon-worthy dessert, with its tall, glossy peaks and tart lemon custard and you’ll want— no, need— an extra large slice. Maybe you should make two...

Lemon Meringue Pie

Florida’s official pie is the sweet and tart Key Lime Pie, loved by all who taste it. Dreamy, smooth, and cool, it’s a pie that any Key West local would be happy to sink their fork into. This recipe is as close to the classic, universally accepted recipe as it gets: a graham cracker crust, a light yellow filling made with egg yolks, and a topping made of slightly sweetened whipped cream.

Key Lime Pie

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