My personal preference for Easter dinner is lamb. Somehow it just seems to be the perfect main course for celebrating spring. But here in the South where I live the most popular dish is a glazed ham - something I confess I'm also tremendously fond of. Whether you're celebrating Easter or just the change in seasons, this is a delicious spring meal.
01 of 05Hot Cross Buns are an English tradition on Good Friday, but there's o reason not to enjoy them Easter morning as well. Cook up a good English breakfast of bacon, eggs and fried potatoes to go along with the buns - then skip lunch.
02 of 05
The flavor profile is a tasty balance of salty, sweet, and savory and so it effects almost every taste bud in your mouth. This recipe is fancy enough for a special occasion, or make on a weeknight and have leftovers for days.
03 of 05
These Roasted Beets are one of my favorite beet recipes - simultaneously bright, sweet, and earthy. The beets have sweetness and that deep earthy flavor, and this is a snap to make.
04 of 05This rhubarb/apple crisp is an even better combination than rhubarb and strawberries because apples can handle rhubarb's tartness with more aplomb than strawberries. It only took me 10 minutes to make and 45 minutes to cook because I already had streusel topping in the freezer waiting for just such a quick, weeknight dessert. Topped with plain whipped cream it was a light and not-too-sweet ending to the meal.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
05 of 05
Sometimes you just have to admit life is too short for not treating yourself with this chocolate tart recipe as even a little bit will satisfy any chocolate craving.