Easter Dinner Inspiration

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Gather Easter Dinner inspiration from these simple courses.

One year, many moons ago, I planned a fancy Easter feast right out of a magazine. Featuring grilled leg of lamb, it was definitely a departure from my regular cooking repertoire. It also took a lot longer than I expected. We ate hours later than I thought we would.

If you’re looking for Easter Dinner inspiration, but don’t want to go too crazy, check out these menu choices.



Side Dishes

Main Dishes


Have you got something special planned?

About Jessica Fisher

I believe great meals don't have to be complicated or expensive. There's a better way, and it won't take all afternoon.

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  1. I love how vibrant these dishes are. Perfect for spring!

  2. Sandi says:

    Love that empty tomb cake. Fantastic!

  3. Harriet says:

    I love the empty tomb cake as well. Of course, the real one is the best part of Easter 🙂

    How fitting to make the Empty Tomb Cake for Easter! Great idea…and thanks!

  4. Janel says:

    I’m totally gonna try to make that cake. I think I’ll go the angel route and use the one from the Playmobil nativity – just gotta dig it out of the garage!

    • Jessica says:

      The angel is a brilliant alternative to the soldier.

  5. You’ve given me lots of great options! So far I’ve only got a ham planned & I’m taking the easy option of cooking it in the crockpot. That empty tomp cake looks amazing & yummy!

  6. Alison says:

    We are having our wonderful neighbors over. They are Russian and she is bringing a special Russian dessert. My husband will take care of the ham and grill the asparagus. I am making rosemary rolls, roasted carrots, mashed potatoes and a new spinach & goat cheese dish. It will be a feast, hopefully plenty of leftovers to go around! I love Easter!!! We make tomb cookies the night before so we will be nibbling on those all day too!

  7. Olivia says:

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