Easter Party Recipes

Colby and I just got back from a trip to Sacramento and the Bay Area. We were there for his grandpa’s funeral, but also enjoyed some hiking and restaurants. Grandpa Jim died at the age of 93 after living a full life and shaping a large family of Christ followers. He has 6 children, 16 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren! Isn’t that amazing? 

Next weekend is Easter and I will be catering a party for work on Saturday! The menu will consist mainly of healthy, bite-sized appetizers and desserts. Here’s a roundup of fresh springtime recipes to make at your Easter party:

First up, a great tutorial for making professional looking chocolate dipped strawberries from Doll House Bakeshoppe here.


Next up, some easy and gorgeous caprese tortellini bites from Southern Living here.


I’ve been yearning to make something like these adorable phyllo cup Brie bites from A Spicy Perspective for months! Check out the recipe here.


These beet dyed deviled eggs are so pretty and dyed naturally! The recipe is provided at Create by Diane here.


Colorful Peeps and fruit kabobs are beautifully laid out on The Frugal Girls site here.


I like the way Catch My Party styles this simple appetizer of fresh veggies in ranch! Link to it here.


Finally, this fresh farro salad with lightly roasted vegetables looks delightful! The Proud Italian Cook teaches you how to make it here.


Do you have any other favorite Easter party recipes or traditions? Next Sunday we’ll be headed out to Valley of Fire for sunrise service in the desert. I’ll be sure to take pictures! After an Easter nap, I’ll be cooking lamb for the first time. Wish me luck! If it turns out well, I’ll share the recipe with you!

Oh yeah, one more thing. The image for this blog post comes from Martha Stewart’s lace dyed eggs tutorial here. I’ll be making these for our annual egg fight


2 thoughts on “Easter Party Recipes

  1. Hey Karolina! Those brie bites look incredible- I seriously am loving your blog so much. I take recipes so much more seriously when I know they’re coming from someone (an RD) that knows their stuff! My sister is graduating in May to be an RD and I have learned so much from her experiences. Thanks for linking up today, I can’t wait to see what you’ve got for us next week!
    Xoxo K

  2. That farro salad recipe looks delish! I just bought the 10-minute farro from Trader Joe’s — think I found what I will be doing with it. :) Happy Easter!

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