18 Easy Easter Recipes & Menu Helps



Easter’s on its way , to no one’s surprise.  Many of us have big family gatherings on Easter Sunday and some of us celebrate with the family in our homes.  All of us want Easy Easter Recipes and ideas! I’ve found the best ideas from around the web for you Easter celebration  and because I could not choose just 1 (so many good things here), we have 18 Featured Recipes and more menu ideas to make your Easter celebrations Super Easy! So with  further adieu, (in no particular order) I give you our Easter Recipe Round-UP!  Enjoy!  And from our house to yours, I hope your Easter is blessed and beautiful! read more

watermelon basil cocktail

Watermelon Basil Cocktail

Spring has finally broken through here in Lousiana and the sure signs of summer are beginning to show. This delicious watermelon basil cocktail highlights the best of spring and summer all in one yummy drink. ... read more

Simply Sundays Link Party

Simply Sundays Link Party #5

Welcome to Simply Sundays on Simple Plate, link party week number five! Another week of inspiring and creative posts have been published, and another chance to share your best work is upon us! We look forward to seeing how creative, inspired, and ... read more

cheesy ham and onion pie

Cheesy Ham And Onion Pie

Easter is still a couple weeks away and already I'm thinking about what to do with all that left over ham! This is one of our favorites and one I know you'll love too! Teaming ham with potatoes, onion and Swiss cheese, this cheesy ham and onion pie ... read more

Hot Cross Buns, Legendary Goodness

Hot Cross Buns, Legendary Goodness

Hot Cross Buns—these doughy, freshly spiced, raisin-studded palate charmers—are traditionally eaten during Lent, especially on Good Friday. Sometimes marked with an icing cross or traditionally with a cross cut on top, they’ve been an Easter holiday ... read more

Traditional Irish ShandyGaff

A Traditional Irish ShandyGaff

St Patrick is said to have used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to thepagan Irish.[13][14] This story first appears in writing in 1726, though it may be older.. And if you have an aversion to the American idea of Green beer (as I do), its the perfect way to toast St. ... read more