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Easy Easter Recipes

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Easter is just around the corner – it’s on March 31 this year – and these Easy Easter Recipes are the perfect addition to your celebration! These four recipes come together quickly, don’t require many ingredients, and are so easy to prepare. You don’t need experience in the kitchen to master these recipes.

Today, I am sharing recipes that are fitting additions to a festive Easter brunch or lunch. I’ve included classic easy Easter recipes like deviled eggs and quiche, plus an elegant pastry roll up filled with cheese and vegetables.

Easy Easter Recipes

How to make the Best Deviled Eggs - an easy 15 minute recipe.

Deviled Eggs

When I think of Easter foods, the first thing that comes to mind is Deviled Eggs. They’re a delicious appetizer and a perfect way to use up any hard-boiled eggs that you might have decorated.

The best deviled eggs have a delicate balance of mayonnaise and mustard – it can be easy to overwhelm the flavor of the egg yolks. My recipe also has a touch of sriracha to add depth of flavor and some lemon juice for freshness. The final touch is to garnish with a sprinkle of paprika, chopped green onion, and crispy crumbled prosciutto.

If you haven’t tried crispy prosciutto, you are missing out. The taste is similar to bacon, but it isn’t as fatty and it gets extra crispy. It lends both taste and texture to this easy Easter recipe.

Easy Easter Appetizer: Cheese, Veggie, and Prosciutto Pastry Roll Ups

Cheese, Veggie, and Prosciutto Roll-Ups

How beautiful are these pastry roll-ups filled with herb cheese and slices of zucchini, yellow squash, and prosciutto?

This recipe starts with store-bought pastry dough that’s sliced into thin strips. Then, you add layers of herbed cheese, shaved zucchini and yellow squash, and a slice of prosciutto. Roll it up and place it in a muffin tin to bake. It becomes a beautiful pastry rose. It’s one of those recipes that looks like it took a long time to prepare, when in reality, the active preparation time is just 10 minutes.

Easy Quiche Recipes: Asparagus Mushroom and Cheddar Quiche and Roasted Tomato, Spinach, and Mozzarella Quiche


Quiche is the ideal easy Easter recipe since it can be made in advance and it can be completely customized to include your favorite cheeses, vegetables, and meats. It can even be gluten-free: use tater tots to make the crust instead of using a store-bought pastry crust.

Roasted Tomato Mozzarella and Spinach Quiche Recipe 2

A basic quiche has some vegetables, cheese, and perhaps some meat. Some of my go-to flavor combinations are spinach, mozzarella, and roasted tomatoes and mushrooms, cheddar, and bacon.

My family always serves ham on Easter Sunday, and cubed ham is an excellent addition to a quiche – so even if you aren’t serving quiche on Easter, you might want to make it with some Easter leftovers.

Egg Salad

Egg Salad is another recipe that uses any leftover hard-boiled eggs. This simple egg salad recipe has two secret ingredients: finely chopped green onion and a splash of lemon juice. These give the meal a light and fresh flavor.

Serve Egg Salad for lunch by making sandwiches, or serve it as an appetizer by spreading it onto crackers or scooping it into mini rolls. A dollop of Egg Salad is a nice addition to avocado toast, too.

I hope that these recipes are a memorable addition to your holiday meal!

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