These fabulous Easter Foods cater for all tastes, they are extremely delicious and easy to make.
Easter is fast approaching, where has the time gone? Was it not the New Year just a few days ago? I can’t complain though, this is my favourite time of the year, with Spring in full bloom and lovely bright sunny days. Ah, what a joy!
It is high time we rolled up our sleeves and got the cooking and baking going, there is no time to spare. Not quite sure how to impress your loved ones and guests on the big day? Not to worry, here are a few recipes for you to enjoy. Just click on each link to go the the original post for the full recipe.
Painting eggs for Easter is a tradition in Romania, we just cannot imagine Easter Sunday without these lovely (usually) red eggs on the table. No need to buy egg paint though, you can easily do it at home using red onion skins.
A lovely appetizer that will make you lick your fingers clean. It might be a simple recipe, but it is so yummy! You can never go wrong with it.
Delicious and filling, bursting with amazing flavours, this is a recipe you really must give a go. Guests will love you forever for this.
A brilliantly healthy appetizer that even kids will love, this is such a treat before all those sugary desserts to come.
Easter Main Course
Not quite a fan of lamb? Me neither. Why not have a fantastic chicken roast instead? Those veggies are scrumptious too. And that gravy…yum
Simply delicious, a classic pie l can never have enough of. And so easy to make.
This is seriously one yummy dessert! Kids will have fun trying to get to the hidden egg inside each cupcake.
Carrot cake with walnuts and a scrumptious vanilla cream cheese icing, a family-favourite dessert not only for Easter, but also all year round. It is beautifully moist, with a dense texture and a magnificent blend of spices that works very well with the sweetness of the cream cheese icing.
Chocolate rice krispie Easter egg nests, the sweetest Easter treat for kids. What a fun way of using up chocolate Easter eggs, and keeping everyone entertained. Only 5 ingredients needed, just try not to eat too many chocolate eggs at once, as the Easter menu can be rather generous.
Classic lemon drizzle cake, one of the most loved cake recipes. And most probably the easiest one to whip up. It might not look as posh as other luscious cream cakes, but the flavour is definitely the winner here. Tangy, yet sweet, moist and gorgeously golden, this cake is pure heaven.
Hot cross buns are traditionally served on Good Friday and are extremely popular in the UK, nowadays being available in supermarkets all year around. Sweet, lightly spiced and containing either currants, raisins or sultanas, they can be easily recognised by the cross on top, which symbolises the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. A must-have Easter dessert!!
Meringue nests with lemon curd, a fantastic treat for your Easter dessert menu. Nothing beats a homemade lemon curd and some scrumptious meringue nests that are crunchy on the outside, but soft and chewy on the inside.
My mini lemon cheesecakes with Easter eggs are the best dessert for Easter. The bite-size treat has such a mixed range of textures and tastes. The base is crunchy, yet crumbly at the same time, while the cream cheese filling is rich, soft and sweet, and the lemon curd brings sharpness and freshness. And then you have the chocolaty mini eggs. Can it get any better than this?
14. Key lime pie
Key lime pie with condensed milk and whipped cream, a gorgeous dessert with a silky filling and a crumbly biscuit crust. Serve it chilled from the fridge, and you’ve got the ultimate treat for a lovely warm day.
Romanian Easter Cake or Pasca is a traditional dessert eaten on Easter Day. There are many variations recipes for Pasca across the country, with different regions having their own traditional Easter Cake. This recipe, however, is really easy to make and very tasty.
I wish you all a Happy Easter, I hope you will have fantastic sunny day with lots of fun! Enjoy the recipes!
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