Dye eggs naturally, using everyday ingredients from your pantry and refrigerator.
The slow cooker does all the work for this delicious meal, keeping lamb moist and juicy while cooking the accompanying vegetables at the same time. If you’re making this dish for Passover, replace the mustard with 2 tablespoons olive oil.
Your family and guests will love this rack of lamb in a simple red wine sauce with crispy roasted potatoes, and you’ll love how quickly it comes together.
Glazed ham is an Easter Staple. This super easy recipe has a hint of orange flavor and will have your family coming back for second helpings. Leftovers are perfect for melted cheese sandwiches.
Marinated Strawberries In Lime & Basil is such an easy dessert recipe. If you’re out of basil, use fresh mint instead.
Try making these easy Easter treats because homemade is always better. These Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs get their crunch from puffed rice cereal.
Simnel cake was not always associated as it now is with Easter. It used to be eaten on the fourth Sunday of Lent, which was known as Simnel or Mothering Sunday. Simnel cake has now moved to a later point in the calendar, but still retains a deep significance, with its 11 balls of marzipan to represent the 12 disciples, minus Judas. It’s a celebration of fruit and marzipan; a true family cake. If you omit the marzipan balls, it is a delicious light fruit cake for any time of year.
This delicious carrot cake travels beautifully in the pan, which always seems to return home empty.
This asparagus recipe makes an excellent starter or side dish for a celebratory meal, but is simple enough for weeknights as well. Brush the prosciutto with a bit of Dijon mustard for extra tanginess, if you wish.
Balsamic vinegar becomes a delicious sticky glaze on tender lamb chops. Make sure to let your roasted lamb rest, lightly covered, for at least 10 minutes before serving. This allows the meat to finish cooking and the juices to be reabsorbed.