Breakfast: Marble Cake
With the business of Easter morning, the last thing you want to do is stress about a morning meal. Instead, put together a Marble Cake the night before! The kids will love that bit of a sugar rush, and you’ll love the time you now have to get ready for the afternoon egg hunt.
Snack: Deviled Eggs
If you’re heading to an egg hunt, be sure to bring a snack to share with everyone! Deviled eggs are easy to prepare, and best served when mixed with mustard and some sprinkled paprika. Plus the theme is eggs, so might as well serve something to match the day!
Lunch: Finger Sandwiches
The last things the kids want to do is sit down and eat a meal when they are busy searching for eggs and playing with family and friends, so serve small finger sandwiches instead! You could even set out a display of finger foods including brushetta, mini quiches or assorted fruits and vegetables.
Drinks: Bloody Mary
Although Mimosas are the typical go-to drink for brunches or special occasions, spice it up a bit this year with some a Bloody Mary! Pair it up with limes, olives and other herbs to give it an extra taste.
Dinner: Smoked Ham
Roast Beef is perfect for Christmas, so go with something different for Easter. Ham always pairs well with pineapple, which the kids will love to have!
Dessert: Carrot Cake
Something you and your little bunnies will both love this Easter, keep up the Easter theme with a carrot cake! It would be fun to decorate it, and serve with a yummy decaf latte to end the festivities.
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