You've probably seen enough eggs today to last a lifetime, or at least a year. Check out these 9 Easter recipes and put something different on the table.
Easter Bunny Trail Mix
Instead of the typical mid-morning snack, mix up a batch of Easter Bunny Trail Mix. The "carrots" are dried fruit! This is practically a health food!
Strawberry Spinach Salad
A strawberry spinach salad makes an excellent starter for your Easter Sunday dinner. The colors are vibrant making it pretty AND delicious.
Instead of the traditional spiral sliced ham, go for ham steaks on Easter Sunday. Topped with a maple-bourbon glaze, it's bound to be amazing.
Braised Beef Shanks
If pork isn't your thing, go for braised beef shanks over a cheesy polenta! These cook slow, so give yourself plenty of time for optimum tenderness!
Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs
You have ALL those eggs laying around from the hunts, right? Turn them into Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs and serve them with dinner.
Stovetop Mac and Cheese
Mac and cheese is the ultimate comfort food and a perfect side for almost any main course. This stovetop mac and cheese cooks up as creamy as those cooked in the oven.
Easter Egg Italian Bread
Here's another use for all those eggs! But don't boil them yet! This Easter Egg Italian bread starts with dyed, raw eggs! It's also pretty to look at!
Gluten Free Pretzel Bread
With this gluten free pretzel bread, there will be something for everyone at your table. Serve these as rolls with your meal, or slice and make sandwiches with leftovers! Mmm!
Instead of cakes or pies this Easter, serve these tasty two-bite coconut truffles! If you have any left over, freeze them for a midnight snack!