Hosting any dinner party can be stressful, and a more formal holiday like Easter can be even more overwhelming. Here are ten easy Easter recipes that will impress and please the crowd without trapping you in the kitchen. 

10 Easy Easter Recipes Without The Fuss

Hosting any dinner party can be stressful, and a more formal holiday like Easter can be even more overwhelming. Here are ten easy Easter recipes that will impress and please the crowd without trapping you in the kitchen. 

Honeyed Ricotta and Asparagus Bundles

If you’re looking for easy Easter recipes, look no further. Anything drizzled with honey is automatically considered a delicacy, right?! Spread with ricotta (fancy cheese!) and layer on asparagus (how posh!) and wrap in a crescent roll (yum!) and you’ve got yourself a dish that will first inspire awe and then be devoured, all within minutes.

Bunny Veggie Tray

Spice up your usual veggie and bread tray with this super cute and fluffy bread bowl for delicious spinach dip. Use frozen spinach to save time on chopping and skip the fuss by just spreading carrots and cucumbers around the simply yet strategically placed bunny bread bowl.

Fruit Pizza

Fruit Pizza is a classic dessert dish, but this time you can give it a little Easter flare. Bake your cookie in the shape of an egg (or any other Easter themed object) and place your frosting and fruit accordingly. It makes a beautiful spread and is absolutely delicious. If you want to skip the cookie and icing, simply arrange fruit to create a bunny head fruit platter.

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Neon Deviled Eggs

This is just a fun twist on deviled eggs, and the kids especially will get a kick out of it. You simply dye the eggs the colors of your choice before adding the filling. You’ll be sure to get a smile out of all of your guests!

Carrot Cheese Ball

This is a cute and “cheesey” appetizer dish that is equally scrumptious. You simply mix all of the ingredients together and then form it into the shape of a carrot. Sprinkle with shredded cheese and place parsley on top for an appetizer dish that is sure to be a favorite.

Crock Pot Honey Glazed Ham

Ham can feel like a big feat for a host, especially a first time host. However, the crock pot can help with the process a little bit. It will do all of the work for you and make the ham even more tender and delicious.

10 Easy Easter Recipes Without The Fuss

Garlic Parmesan Roasted Shrimp

Shrimp feels fancy no matter the occasion, and sprinkled with garlic and parmesan takes it up a few extra notches. You only have to cook it for a little more than 5 minutes before you can taste the goodness.

Orange and Pecan Beet Salad

Beets are one of those foods that might be unfamiliar to some, but mixed with pecans, goat cheese, and oranges create an interesting, beautiful, and colorful Easter dish. You’ll turn even the biggest skeptics into beet fans.

Herb Roasted Tri Color Carrots

Roasting carrots isn’t anything new, but using rainbow carrots can give the classic dish a little more pizazz. It makes them seem a little more exciting, and the traditional flavor is comforting.

Herb Roasted Potatoes and Green Beans

Potatoes and Green Beans are another crowd favorite because they are a common go-to, and roasting them in the same dish together makes this dish full of flavor. Your guests will truly enjoy this simple yet satisfying side dish.

A successful Easter dinner doesn’t have to include over-the-top dishes and your great-grandmother’s china. So whether you keep the menu simple or decide to go all out, being together with loved ones is what will make your holiday one to remember.

Jenna Lombardi
Jenna Lombardi
Jenna Lombardi currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, Andrew, and their two children, Aaron and Clare. She loves to travel (even with kids!), find a good bargain, and enjoys an iced chai latte with soy milk every now and then. When she’s not wrangling the kids at the playground or the zoo, she can be found practicing hand lettering, reading about pregnancy and natural childbirth, or testing out a new recipe in the kitchen.