Everybody loves a good Christmas tradition! These yearly activities tend to be the parts of the season that we look forward to the most. They allow for extra wallowing in all things Christmas. We invited four bloggers to share their own crafty Christmas traditions. With cake-making, holiday recipes, and sweet, sentimental decorating ideas, these classic, annual events give us another excuse to celebrate the holidays.See More
After gifts are opened, sit down to a delicious Christmas brunch the whole family will love. These delicious brunch recipes, including Christmas breakfast casseroles, cinnamon rolls, and pastries, are sure to make your Christmas morning memorable. Bonus: Almost all of these breakfast recipes are easy to make ahead.View Slideshow
Gather friends and family around a warm and satisfying Easter meal with our collection of Easter favorites. We've got breakfast and brunch recipes to start the day off right, appetizers and snacks to enjoy during your Easter egg hunt, main dishes including lamb and ham, plus tons of pretty spring desserts your guests will love.
Piled high with all your favorite Easter ingredients, including ham, asparagus, and eggs, this strata recipe is perfect for entertaining guests. The mouthwatering breakfast bake, made even more indulgent with melted Gruyere cheese and French bread cubes, can be assembled the night before.
Easter dinner wouldn't be complete without warm and wonderful roasted lamb, and our recipe takes only 25 minutes of prep. A trio of fresh herbs forms the lamb's savory crust, while in-season roasted radishes finish the quick, crowd-pleasing main dish.
One of the season's best offerings, artichokes prove themselves Easter-buffet-worthy in this standout vegetable side dish. The grilled green veggie pairs so perfectly with our citrusy fresh tarragon dressing, you might just forget about the holiday ham.
Easter Recipe Tip: Plump, round-looking artichokes tend to have a larger heart, which is the sweetest part of the artichoke.
So you've dyed the Easter eggs, wrapped up the Easter egg hunt, and now you're hungry. Just swirl a medley of Greek yogurt, green onion, and cilantro into hard-boiled eggs and enjoy! Any remaining filling can be stuffed into hollowed tomatoes and peppers for a south-of-the-border take on deviled eggs.
One bite and you'll be hooked on this magnificent coffee cake. The breakfast recipe requires a cool 20 minutes of prep, and the result is heavenly: an ultra-moist coffee cake complete with a layer of lemon-infused cream cheese and a warm raspberry-powdered sugar topping.
Gather family on Easter Sunday for a traditional holiday roast. Coated in an Herb-Bacon Topper and supplemented with an array of roasted vegetables, this beef rib roast is full of the warm, hearty flavors you know and love.
You might recognize their name from the classic nursery rhyme, but hot cross buns have long been an Easter staple. Swirled with dried apricots and tender golden raisins, the yeast rolls are slightly sweet and oh, so delicious.
Easter Recipe Tip: Store remaining buns in the fridge up to 3 days. To reheat, place 1 or 2 buns at a time on a microwave-safe plate and heat 15 to 20 seconds.
Rise and shine to an easy breakfast thanks to Easter leftovers. Pile deviled eggs, skillet-seared ham, and watercress on baguette slices or sliced challah, and prepare to be satisfied.
With our helpful tips and tricks, you’ll achieve beautiful hard-boiled eggs perfect for Easter sandwiches, salads, and snacks.
This luscious dessert features everything good and pure about classic carrot cake plus fruity mango flavor. Top the Easter dessert with cream cheese frosting and pretty carrot ribbons made with a vegetable peeler.
Stuffed with all your breakfast favorites, including hash browns, bacon, eggs, and cheese, this breakfast quiche is tops. Zucchini and red onion crisped in the juicy bacon drippings provide layered flavors.
Easter is all about the ham, and this recipe is perfect for a large family gathering. The main-dish meat boasts mouthwatering flavor thanks to a brown sugar rub, and it guarantees enough leftovers for your favorite ham recipes.
Supplement your Easter dinner with a warm and wonderful asparagus side dish. The green vegetable is at peak freshness during the spring and shines when briefly roasted with garlic cloves and a drizzle of olive oil.
Take asparagus from farmer's market to dinner table in minutes with our expert cooking tips. We'll show you how to cut, prep, and cook the green veggie to crisp-tender perfection.
Rhubarb, a ruby-red warm-weather favorite, pairs with juicy strawberries for a foolproof combination of spring flavors. Best of all, its pretty crust is simple: Top the filling with pastry dough slices!
This refreshing take on Easter lamb features juicy red and yellow tomatoes alongside fresh greens in a hearty spring salad. A homemade Mediterranean dressing pulls the dish together.
Give sweet and crunchy broccolini citrusy zip with sauteed lemons. The green veggie makes a light and refreshing Easter side dish when paired with peas and Swiss chard.
Win over any Easter crowd with this impressive asparagus recipe that takes just 20 minutes to make. Simply spread the Parmesan sauce on purchased pizza dough before topping with fresh asparagus, yellow squash, and garlic.
Enjoy Easter morning with a stress-free breakfast recipe. Bacon, mushrooms, shredded Gruyere cheese, and fresh thyme leaves make this quiche uber-luxurious yet so easy to make, thanks to day-before prep.
Easter recipe tip: Maximize the mushroom flavor in this quiche by using shiitake mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, or cremini mushrooms.
Usher in the flavors of spring with juicy honey-soaked strawberries and rosemary-flaked shortcake. In less than an hour, the golden Easter dessert is ready to be devoured, complete with fluffy whipped cream and a drizzle of strawberry juice.
Wondering what to do with those leftover Easter eggs? Look no further than these bite-size bruschetta. The quick and easy appetizer features deviled eggs flavored with fresh dill and chives, Dijon mustard, chopped baby dill pickles, and capers on warm slices of toast.