Easter Dinner Recipes a mix of Tradition and New #SundaySupper

by Isabel Laessig (Isabel Foodie) · 0 comments

in Blog, Holidays, Sunday Supper

Italian Wedding Soup Recipe

Italian Wedding Soup Recipe

I love traditions.  They are such a huge part of our Holidays.  My children have grown up with them and love that we make Holidays at our home a little special.  There is something to be said about getting out the China and Silver and sitting in the Dining Room.  We linger a little longer, chat in between courses and enjoy a Menu filled with love.

Our Traditional Easter Dinner consists of:  Deviled Eggs Bar, Italian Wedding Soup, Crown Pork Roast, Smashed Potatoes, Port Wine Gravy and Flan Pudding for Dessert.

I also love to try new Recipes and my children get so excited to see what will be the new recipe for every Holiday.  What will it be this year? hmmmm

These amazing food bloggers have inspired me with some amazing Recipes that I can’t wait to try this year for Easter Dinner Around the Family Table.

Renee from Magnolia Days will be sharing her Appetizer Recipe for Herbed Goat Cheese Dip.  Renee has some of the best recipes and I am looking forward to trying this one.

Carla from Chocolate Moosey has been baking up a storm getting ready for Easter Dinner.  She will be sharing her Lemon Cherry Hot Cross Buns. You may want to check out her Cadbury Easter Cupcakes too!

It wouldn’t be Easter without someone bringing a Ham and Lori from Burp Where Food Happens  will bringing her delicious Ham with Ham Pineapple Chutney.  I can’t wait to try it along with her Easter Risotto. What a combination!

Angie from Big Bear’s Wife has gone all out this year and I am so excited to try her Colby Jack Crab and Crawfish Pasta.  Being the Seafood lover that I am… this is a must try!

Amrita from Beetle’s Kitchen Escapades will be making her Scalloped Potatoes.  I am so tempted to try these with my Crown Pork Roast.

I love Carrot Cake and Jen from Juanita’s Cocina is sharing her special recipe for  Coconut Infused Carrot Cake with a Coconut Frosting.  Is that the perfect ending to the perfect Easter Dinner or what?

Join us this Sunday and every Sunday afternoon on Twitter for #SundaySupper. We share tips, recipes and inspire everyone to spend more time Around the Family Table.  The fun starts at 1pm EST and lasts all afternoon.  All you have to do is use hashtag #SundaySupper or follow along on TweetChat.

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