Putting together an Easter Dinner Menu can be simple and delicious. Family holiday meals don’t have to full of complicated recipes and too much food, keeping it easy allows you to enjoy the family time too.
Ham is the traditional Easter Dinner main dish but I’m also leaving it open with a link to Glazed Ham Loaf if you are looking for something different.
Once the meat is covered my brain stomach turns immediately to potatoes. While I’m all about keeping it simple, Easter dinner requires two potato choices. My Mom’s amazing twice-baked sweet potatoes and my Grandmothers’s Yum Yum Cheesy Potatoes.
Now time to throw in those veggies and salads.
Remember 2 of each is more than enough!
A simple lettuce salad is always a go-to but sign me up for the classic 7 layer salad that can be made the night before. My girl Leah has you covered there with her recipe!
And rolls, because no family meal is complete without them in our house!
Easter Dinner Menu
My plates and silverware haven’t matched in years and I’ve decided that isn’t important to me. I use my everyday service, but peep those adorable napkins? That’s my “holiday” special I add to my table!
Now let’s talk dessert!
Absolutely no holiday meal is complete without dessert. My two favorites are below but here is a comprehensive round-up of great options!
If you have kids joining you my friend Sarah over at Farmwife Crafts has some fun Easter activities to go along with your egg hunt!
Hey, I’m Jent!
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