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Best Easter Recipes

Best Easter Recipes
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Whether you celebrate with brunch, lunch, or a big Sunday meal, we think this list of our Best Easter Recipes will hit the spot and have your guests hopping back for seconds.

Have you started planning your Easter menu yet? Here are a few of our best Easter recipes!

Braided Holiday Brunch Loaf
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Braided Holiday Brunch Loaf

Braided Holiday Brunch Loaf
Here’s a holiday loaf that’s more than just bread. This unique “twist” on breakfast has all the necessities of a hearty meal—eggs, ham, and potato-folded into a delicious crust that can be prepared in four simple steps. It’s certain to fill up your guests, but that doesn’t mean they won’t come back for more!

deviled eggs
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Classic Deviled Eggs

Easy Appetizer Deviled Eggs
An appetizer classic, and the perfect way to fuel up for an Easter Egg Hunt.  In its simplest form, or dressed up in any number of flavor combinations, the deviled egg is so popular in America that special platters and carriers are sold to accommodate their unique shape.

Fan Tan Rolls
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Fan-Tan Rolls.

Fan Tan Dinner Rolls
These buttery, light, tender “fan tan” dinner rolls are pull-apart perfection, and originated right here in New England. Easy to make and perfect alongside baked ham or a bowl of soup, these rolls will be the hit of your Easter table.

lemony asparagus soup
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Lemony Asparagus-Dill Soup

Lemony Asparagus-Dill Soup
This soup provides a great compromise between winter and spring. Featuring vibrant spring produce and the comforting warmth of soup, this is the perfect recipe for the Easter season.

Easter Baked Ham Nanna’s Baked Ham

Nanna’s Baked Ham
A family favorite — Easter ham just the way you remember with brown sugar, cloves, and pineapple rings. The perfect centerpiece for Easter, and great for sandwiches all week long.

Maids of Honor Tarts
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Maids of Honor Tarts

Maids of Honor Tarts
According to British cooking maven Delia Smith, the dainty Maids of Honor tarts are rumored to have originated at Richmond Palace in the 16th century. The tart fillings have changed over the years—ours are made with jam and a simple almond paste topping—but the appeal of these bite-size treats hasn’t changed at all.

easter basket cupcakes Easter Basket Cupcakes

Easter Basket Cupcakes
A cupcake that looks like an Easter basket thanks to tinted coconut, fruity licorice whips, and egg-shaped candy? We think both kids and adults alike will go hopping mad for these tasty, pretty treats.

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Aimee Seavey

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Aimee Seavey

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As Yankee's Digital Editor, Aimee manages, produces, and promotes content for Yankee's digital and social media initiatives. A lifelong New Englander, she loves history and a good Massachusetts South Shore bar pizza.
Updated Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
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