Kick things off with this light green salad so you can save room for what's really important: dessert.
Forget ranch: This cheesy mustard sauce tastes great with artichokes, bread, or even drizzled on your main dish.
Hot cross buns were basically made for Easter — no ifs, ands, or, buts about it.
Whether you're looking to perfect the traditional recipe or go the creative route, watch this video to learn three different ways to make delicious deviled eggs.
Sweet and sticky is just the way we like it, especially when we're talking about ham.
Memorize this simple batter and add your fruit of choice. Raspberries are highly recommended.
Roast carrots, radishes, and baby potatoes with fresh thyme for an earthy side dish.
Now, all you need is a cup of tea.
This ham will have you wondering what else you can smother in root beer glaze. Everything, no?
Start things off on an easy note with these four-ingredient bites.
The chopped pistachios give these tender veggies extra crunch — and delicious salty flavor.
Man, do we love a good glaze. We don't know if we're more excited for this ham or all the tasty leftover sandwiches we're going to make tomorrow.
Nothing tops a classic, especially when it involves mustard and mayo.
Who needs a floral centerpiece when you have this stunning cake?!
Because cheese makes everything better — yes, even greens.
Flaky + crispy + fluffy = these biscuits in a nutshell.
Because carrots are basically the official veggie of Easter.
Thanks to a little lemon zest and thyme, this roast chicken recipe makes your kitchen smell like heaven.
How's this for an edible arrangement? Just quarter grape tomatoes almost all the way through, then use a toothpick to attach each to a trimmed whole green onion. Fill a plastic bag with garlic-herb cheese; snip a corner and pipe into buds.
Veggies are way more fun when they get doubly wrapped in bacon and puff pastry.
Sesame oil and red chiles bring a burst of flavor to these snap peas.
This veggie and lamb combo gives you the best of both worlds.
These cheesy little green toasts are addictive, so you might wanna double up on the baguette. You've been warned.
What good is all that ham without some warm, fluffy biscuits to make sandwiches with?
Stuff your meat could with a swirl of flavor. In this case, a raisin-pine nut combo seamlessly blends salty and sweet.
Bake berries right into this bundt for an extra fruity bite.