How are you spending your Easter weekend? Will it be a large gathering or something small with family? For the past couple of years I have hosted Easter, last year we had Easter lunch and the year before dinner. Lunch was easier and less stressful than dinner, and we had more time to spend visiting and catching up. This year we will be out-of-town for Easter, so I am unsure what it will look like. I have pulled some recipes together that will help you create an amazing Easter meal.
Baked ham from @williamssonoma this is the ham that I made a few years back, it turned out delicious!
Honey-Mustard glazed ham from @chowhound
Scallop potatoes from @natashaskitchen I have also made these potatoes, not low-fat but a must have.
Potatoes Anna from @neighborfoodie a different and slightly lighter take on potatoes.
Roasted carrots from @pioneerwoman
Rosemary roasted carrots from @ohmyveggies just a slight twist on the original.
Kale salad from @gimmiesomeoven
Broccoli salad from @natashaskitchen
Strawberry shortcake cheesecake from @lifeloveandsugar I made this cake a few years ago and it is a great spring dessert.
Lemon icebox pie from @lifeloveandsugar how can you go wrong with a lemon dessert in the spring?
Strawberry rhubarb crisp from @cookingclassy why not use some in season fruit to complete your Easter meal.