Easter is one of the most important celebrations in Christianity. It doesn’t matter if you’re following the Catholic, Orthodox, or any other teachings of the Christian religion; we all celebrate Easter, although in a slightly different manner.
These are Easy American Traditional Easter Recipes that many of you might be familiar with if you live in the United States.
No matter the size or style of your Easter feast, these party-ready recipes will please everyone at your table.
However, these recipes might be popular for Easter, but many of them can be made all year round when you entertain.
Classic Glazed Ham
Ham is popular because it is accessible and easy to cook. It is used traditionally for most holiday meals, and it is usually already cooked.
I have here a few recipes of ham that you will like. All of them are easy to put together and delicious.
Lamb is not as popular in America as you might think, but plenty of people enjoy having it once in a while. Most lamb meat comes from Australia or New Zeeland; therefore, it is more expensive and less available.
Cheesy potatoes, cheesy hash browns, or funeral potatoes are shredded or cubed potatoes baked with cheese and creamy ingredients. More popular in the Midwest because of the colder climate, this dish is always present for gatherings.
This easy Virginia Brown Sugar Baked Ham looks like a fancy holiday meal — but it only requires 5 ingredients and about 5 minutes of prep! A rich, sweet, and savory glaze turns a simple smoked ham into a decadent entree that’s perfect for Easter, Christmas, or your next Sunday brunch!
This Red Wine Marinated Prime Rib with Potatoes makes a unique holiday dinner that’s easy to make on one sheet pan. Marinated in a simple red wine, garlic, and herb mixture to bring out the prime rib's flavors.
This recipe of scalloped potatoes with hard-boiled eggs is an awesome recipe that uses hard-boiled eggs. Layers of potatoes and boiled eggs, smothered in a sour cream and cheese sauce, then baked, the dish is considered an easy option for lunch or dinner or festive events as a side dish.
Green bean bundles wrapped in bacon and finished with a tangy sauce are an easy and elegant side dish recipe. A vegetable dish easy enough for weeknight meals and fancy enough for company and holiday gatherings.
Cheesy potatoes are a staple for holiday potlucks, funerals, and parties in the Midwest. Found on every table, especially during Thanksgiving, Christmas, or Easter, this recipe is easy to make, delicious and comforting.
His Cheesy Cauliflower Gratin Casserole is easy to make and is a great low-carb side dish. Cauliflower is one of the unsung heroes of the vegetable kingdom. This elegant crown has a subtle flavor that makes it easy to pair with other flavors. But it has plenty to offer all on its own, with 1 cup providing well over half your daily requirement for Vitamin C.
These Simply Delicious Crescent Rolls are my family’s favorite rolls. Perfect for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, or any family gathering, they will not disappoint. Easy to make and perfect for any new baker!
This Grain-Free & Low-Carb Maple Carrot Cake with cultured maple cream cheese frosting is flavorful without overpowering sweetness. This healthy spring carrot cake needs to be on your must-make list for Easter or Mother’s Day. Don’t want low-carb? Whole sweetener options are included, too!
Are you looking to make some delicious easy creamy lemon bars? Look no further, my friends! These bars are the bomb! They might remind you of the key lime pie preparation style, and you are not mistaken. This recipe is made with condensed milk, and it is creamy and heavenly delicious.
If you are looking to celebrate the flavors of spring, try my Coconut Cream Pie with Coconut Milk! This is a great recipe for Easter or Mother’s Day!
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