Easter Lunch Ideas | General

It’s that time of year again when we get our homes ready to celebrate Easter with our loved ones. Are you hosting Easter lunch and not sure what you can cook for a big crowd? Well then you’re in luck, today we look at some Easter lunch ideas to take the thinking out of the cooking. This menu is super simple which means you won’t spend hours in the kitchen, and easy enough to divide and conquer and allow others to bring a thing or two.


The Menu:


Pickled fish: Pickled fish while simple to prepare, you can always take the easier way out and head to your local supermarket. Serve as an appetizer with bread and butter.


Deviled eggs: Deviled eggs are a popular Easter appetizer that can be made in a variety of ways. You can add bacon, cheese, herbs, or spices to the filling to make it more interesting.


Asparagus quiche: Quiche is a great option for Easter brunch or lunch. An asparagus quiche is light and flavorful and can be served with a side salad.



Roasted lamb: This is a classic Easter dish that is both delicious and easy to prepare. You can roast a leg of lamb with herbs and spices and serve it with roasted vegetables and potatoes.


Honey glazed ham: Another Easter classic, a honey glazed ham is perfect for a family gathering. You can serve it with mashed potatoes and a side of green beans.


Salad : A fresh salad is always a good idea for Easter lunch. You can add strawberries, goat cheese, and almonds to a bed of mixed greens and drizzle it with balsamic vinaigrette.


Carrot cake: For dessert, you can't go wrong with a classic carrot cake. It's easy to make and always a crowd-pleaser.


Hot cross buns: Hot cross buns are another Easter classic that are perfect for brunch or dessert. You can serve them warm with a dollop of butter or even toasted with some ice cream.

Don’t forget to hide those Easter eggs ;) – which is just a way to prove our children can find things when they really want to.