Easter is just around the corner and a perfect way to feast on a healthy Easter dinner or lunch or breakfast, is with these healthy Easter treats for our favorite chefs!
1. Soft-Boiled Eggs & Soldiers
This twist on English dippy eggs & soldiers is the perfect recipe for an Easter brunch the whole family will love. You can also turn whole-wheat toast into bunnies to jump and dunk right into soft-boiled eggs for a healthy start to the day.
2. Carrot Patches
Turn the simple snack of carrots and hummus into an Easter party centerpiece. Make individual carrot servings by dipping carrots topped with parsley leaves into tiny flowerpots filled with hummus.
3. Mushroom, Barley and Roasted Asparagus Salad
If you’re the one who relishes salads more, then pile fragrant seasoned barley and button mushrooms on top of roasted asparagus for a guilt-free holiday indulgence.
4. Reeses Peanut Butter Eggs
Healthy homemade chocolate peanut butter eggs that are vegan and can even be sugar-free. It’s impossible to stop at just one!
5. Beet and Dill Roasted Wild Salmon
Salmon gets its jewel-like color and deep flavor from a marinade of grated beets, fresh dill, horseradish, and lemon zest. It’s roasted in the same dish as the crispy potatoes nestled underneath. This is a feisty treat for Easter dinner.
6. Springtime Asparagus with Lemon Garlic Shrimp
Lemon Garlic Shrimp and Asparagus is the easiest, most satisfying meal that tastes totally gourmet. Stock up on frozen shrimp and you can make this luxurious tasting meal at moment’s notice for your last-minute guests!
7. White-chocolate Tart with Berries
Impress guests with a palate-pleasing dessert that will surely get them waiting for your next year’s Easter dinner. Top with fresh berries just before serving.
Make the most of the Easter holidays and treat yourself and your loved ones with these easy, healthy and delicious Easter meals.
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