Haleigh Eustis

Intern, Digital Marketing

Hoppy Easter! The bunny is on his way and in preparation you may want to leave out a few carrots if he gets hungry. Feeding the bunny is certainly a nice thing to do, but what about Easter dishes for your upcoming holiday! Ham is a typical meal for Easter dinner, but what if you’re looking to mix it up this year? That’s no problem! I’ve complied a variety of dishes that can add a bit of fun to your Easter Day festivities.  

Blueberry French Toast Bake: Enjoy a delicious Easter breakfast with a French Toast Bake! A fun twist to a classic breakfast food that is easy to prep and bake. This deliciously sweet breakfast bake serves up to 15 people and is bursting with fresh fruits and flavor with every bite. This bake will easily be a new family favorite for the Easter Holiday. 

Pistachio Butter and Roasted Red Grape Crostini: Enjoy a sweet and salty burst of flavor served on a crispy piece of baguette. These finger foods are easy to prepare and take minimal time to assemble. A perfect combination of robust pistachio butter and sugary grapes that have been cooked down to perfection. Top these Crostinis with fresh thyme and serve up to ten people! 

Basic Deviled Eggs: You can’t have an easter celebration without deviled eggs! Price Chopper/Market 32 has a basic—yet delicious—recipe for deviled eggs that serves up to 24 people. Are you looking to mix them up a bit? That’s not a problem! Our recipe offers a variety of add-ons to your deviled eggs to make unique flavor palettes that stray from our “Basic Deviled Eggs!”

Creamy Potato-Leek Gratin: Take on Easter with a delicious side dish of creamy and cheesy potatoes. Layered with gruyere cheese and plenty of garlic, this potato gratin recipe is perfect on its own or paired with your Easter dinner.  

Take on Easter with these “egg-citing” recipes that are sure to elevate your holiday game! For more inspiration, check out more recipes with the links below!