Quick & Easy Easter Recipes

Our easy and quick recipes will make your Easter dinner or brunch a breeze. Find menu inspiration from salads to desserts.

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Quick and Easy Appetizers That Make Entertaining a Breeze

From classy three-ingredient canapés for a cocktail party to lightning-fast dips for game day, we're sharing a selection of super-easy appetizers guaranteed to get any party started. All have either six-ingredients or fewer, take less than 15 minutes to prep, or can be made-ahead (sometimes, it's all three!).

18 Easy Breakfast Casseroles Ideal for Brunch and Beyond

Whether you're prepping brunch for a group or cooking ahead for breakfasts for the work week, it's time to make friends with these large-format starts to the day.
By Frances Kim

Eggs Goldenrod

Hard-boiled eggs are paired with creamy white gravy and buttered toast in this old-school Southern dish. It's just the thing for Easter breakfast.

Strawberries with Sweetened Sour Cream

This quick and easy treat is ideal for a warm summer night.

Salmon with Brown Sugar and Mustard Glaze

Rating: 3.41 stars
Glaze salmon with a sweet-and-tart mixture of brown sugar, red-wine vinegar, and shallots that brightens the rich fish for a quick and delicious springtime-inspired meal.

Egg Noodles with Asparagus and Grated Egg Yolks

Crisp-tender asparagus, bright lemon zest and juice, rich mascarpone, and salty Pecorino Romano make a sensational sauce for this one-pot pasta dish. Grated hard-cooked egg yolks add extra oomph.

Asparagus with Breadcrumbs and Parmesan

Rating: 2.92 stars
Celebrate springtime with this easy vegetable side dish.

Shaved Radish, Fennel, and Parmesan Salad

Enjoy this crisp, refreshing slaw on its own or pair it with a hearty main. The mellow flavor of raw fennel balances the radishes' spicy bite. Nutty Parmesan brings it all together.

Balsamic Red Onions

Rating: 5 stars
Balsamic vinegar takes on a sweetness that makes it the perfect glaze for red onion slices.

Roasted Asparagus with Lemony Breadcrumbs

Rating: 3.68 stars
Roasting asparagus at a high temperature concentrates its flavor and guarantees a tender—but not mushy—texture. To ensure crunchy crumbs, sprinkle them on just before serving.

Linguine with Asparagus and Egg

Rating: 4.07 stars
Ribbons of pasta and seasonal asparagus are topped with a poached egg in this simple vegetarian supper.

Pea and Asparagus Salad

Instead of making ribbons, thinly slice your asparagus on a strong bias -- this gives the raw vegetable a crisp-tender bite, and it isn't as stringy.

Inspiration and Ideas

Buttered Snap Peas and Carrots

Rating: 3.16 stars

Serve this colorful side with our Apricot-Bourbon Glazed Ham as part of your Easter feast -- or any sunny spring celebration.