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Easter Sunday is a momentous occasion for many people worldwide.
It’s also a fun and memorable one with the kids, especially with all the activities you can do – including these fun Easter crafts for kids.
We also have the adult version here including a ton of cheap DIY Easter wealth ideas for your front doors if you’re feeling a little crafty this holiday.
Needless to say, the Easter Bunny will be visiting, leaving its Easter eggs for children to find all around the house!
You can even let the kids in on the Easter egg fun by decorating eggs or creating Easter baskets to gift.
Of course, this holiday can’t be celebrated without a complete Easter brunch at home!
I, for one, always look forward to this day because of Easter egg hunting and the scrumptious meals our family whips up.
20 Easter Food Ideas
If it’s your turn to host an Easter party with loved ones, you won’t run out of Easter-themed food you can serve.
Whether you’re looking for Easter dinner ideas or filling bunny breakfasts to start the day celebrating, read on!
I’ll be sharing fun and delicious Easter meals the whole family will remember.
Don’t forget to pin this Easter pin to your Pinterest board so you can come back for updates and new recipes!
1. Bunny Pancakes
You can never go wrong with pancakes to kickstart a fun day ahead!
This is an easy and cute Easter breakfast idea that’s adorably designed to look like the Easter Bunny, who’s paying an early visit.
I also love that these are healthy pancakes that use fruits as wholesome decorative ingredients.
2. Easter Bunny Breakfast
If you’re craving a savory breakfast, there are numerous healthy Easter food ideas like this one.
Make a complete bunny-themed meal with a classic bacon, eggs, and pancake combo.
It will be a hit with the kids AND adults because, well, who doesn’t like bacon?!
3. Bunny Bread Soup
This is one of my perfect Easter brunch ideas, which I would serve as an appetizer to impress guests.
My only problem is – The bunny’s head looks too cute to eat!
That said, I appreciate the recipe’s flexibility, as I can use any creamy soup and use store-bought bread to save time.
4. Easter Charcuterie Board
It isn’t a complete feast without thinking of what delicious Easter dessert ideas to create!
This Easter charcuterie board is a dream come true for sweet tooths, loaded with chocolates, biscuits, and bunny and chick marshmallows.
Expect to see the kids’ eyes grow wider as they see the explosion of color and candies laid out!
5. Easy Bunny Snack Board
As much as I loved that Easter Charcuterie Board above, I also know we need to be a bit health-conscious, too!
Bunny snack boards are a nutritious way to celebrate the holiday and a good Easter finger food idea, so guests can prep their stomachs for the next course.
6. Easter Appetizer Board
Try this appetizing finger food before diving into perfect Easter dinner recipes!
You get a bit of everything to satisfy any tastebud, from savory bacon crescent rolls to a sweet honey-glazed fruit salad.
Among all the appetizers laid out, it’s the carrot-shaped cheese ball that takes the cake!
7. Easter Egg Chocolate Cupcakes
Searching for the best Easter cupcake ideas for dessert?
Look no further, because this soft cupcake recipe is oozing with chocolate.
It will definitely be a crowd favorite, especially with the cute decor of mini Easter eggs on top!
8. Easter Bunny Food Art
I always say that food is an art, and this recipe proves my statement true!
Easter bunny food art is one of the cute easter food ideas I find interesting because of its unique combination of flavors. It’s a lovely sight for the eyes and the tastebuds!
9. Spring Popcorn
Fun Easter food ideas for a party don’t need to be so difficult to make.
Whether you want to serve an appetizer or a quick snack for guests, this Bunny Bait Mix is the way to go.
10. Bunny Pretzels
Here’s another fun snack everyone won’t get enough of. It’s filled with sweet and salty flavors ranging from savory pretzels to indulgent chocolate!
These are so easy to make and use store-bought ingredients, suitable for those in a time crunch.
11. Pull Apart Bread
This is a bread lover’s paradise transformed into a cute Easter bunny!
The best part is how effortless it is to make, using store-bought pull-apart bread.
If I were you, I’d go overboard with the mozzarella, because cheese is life!
12. Easter Rabbit Bread
This charming pastry is also fondly called Paashaasbroodjes, which translates to Easter Bunny Buns.
It may look intimidating to do yourself but not to worry, creating these is just as easy as decorating Easter eggs!
13. Bunny Chowder
You can serve these mini bunny chowder soup bowls as an appetizer or main course.
The hearty soup is perfect for parents because it’s quick to do and loaded with veggies.
Your kids will be too busy enjoying bunny bread and creamy chowder to notice!
14. Easter Bunny Cookies
Here’s another fantastic dessert that won’t last long on the dining table!
These Easter bunny cookies will fly off the plates thanks to their soft, thick consistency and rich buttercream frosting.
15. Chick Cookies
I’ve been talking about bunnies but we mustn’t forget the adorable chicks representing rebirth this Easter!
Have a bunch of cute peeps on the table with these simple sugar cookies.
16. Eggless Oatmeal Cookie Sandwich
Brighten the party with a colorful and (slightly) healthy dessert with these cookie sandwiches!
It’s a different take to the classic oatmeal cookies, this time made sweeter with frosting and M&M’s.
17. Hot Cross Buns
Did you know that hot cross buns are a traditional Easter Day meal?
This recipe puts a chocolatey twist to the classic, making it a delectable dessert fit for the holiday.
18. Honey Baked Ham
Holiday ham is another traditional dish best enjoyed on many occasions, including Easter Day.
What makes this ham a family favorite is its sweet honey glaze that complements the savory meat!
19. Roasted Lamb
Your Easter Sunday dinner can’t get any fancier than serving a huge platter of succulent roasted lamb!
It’s perfect for an Easter Sunday roast dinner, paired with side dishes like potatoes, rice pilaf, or crusty bread.
20. Buttercream Easter Eggs
We’re so used to Easter Egg hunts, but what about having them for dessert?
These indulgent chocolate Easter eggs have a rich and creamy buttercream filling within.
Serve these eggs in an Easter basket to enhance their appearance!