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Easter Sunday Menu {Menu Monday}

Easter Sunday Menu

I’ve always enjoyed cooking (and eating) the Easter meal. As a Christian, Easter is a day of celebration and I think good food is just necessary! πŸ™‚ When I was growing up, my mom always made a delicious coconut cake that looked like an Easter basket. We usually had company for Easter Sunday, and my mom’s china with light pink and blue flowers seemed to match the spring theme just perfectly. Over the years that Paul and I have been married I’ve almost always hosted the Easter Sunday meal.

Easter Through The Years

My menu doesn’t change very much – but this year I’m trying to branch out and do a new side dish or two. Here’s what I’m planning to serve next Sunday (depending on what I can find on sale this week!):

Are you hosting Easter Sunday lunch at your house? Are you taking something to a family meal? Tell me about your Easter Sunday plans!

Here’s what we’re eating the rest of the week:


On The MenuΒ 

Breakfast:Β 

  • Strawberry Citrus Muffins
  • Eggs & Bacon

Lunch:

Supper:

Menu Plan with Me
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13 thoughts on “Easter Sunday Menu {Menu Monday}

  1. Your menu sounds delicious and I’m sure your guests will love it! I’m fixing Easter lunch for our little family. Nothing super fancy – ham, mac & cheese, deviled eggs, fresh fruit, spinach salad and store bought rolls of some sort. We will be sticking close to home on baby watch πŸ™‚ Then we’ll eat left overs for a few meals after Easter. I’d love to make a strawberry pie so we’ll see how much cooking I’m up for this weekend.

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  2. My MIL always hosts Easter lunch and the rest of us all bring sides. Staples at our Easter dinner also include mac n’ cheese and watergate salad that my SIL makes. Neither are low on calories but so good! I’m planning on doing a simple Easter dinner on Saturday night for just the 3 of us. I hope you enjoy hosting Easter again this year. It looks like you always make it special!

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