As Easter Sunday approaches, many of us try to iron out our last minute holiday plans. On the other hand, many know exactly what will be served on Sunday because it just wouldn’t be Easter without our favorite foods.
There’s something about partaking of food with others that makes it a personal experience. Especially at holidays, emotions can be high, so gathering together offers a plethora of emotions. I pray that this week will be a time of enjoying one another, celebrating family and remembering fondly those little things in life that most often, are the BIG things.
We host our Annual Easter Eggstravaganza every year at our home. Along with all the fun and games, we typically have the same meal every year and I LOVE it. Traditionally, we do a brunch with breakfast casseroles, my special French Toast Bake, hash brown casseroles, homemade butter horn rolls, fruit salad and ham. We throw in a few new things each year.
Last year, I created a Strawberry Cheesecake Trifle for the first time, and it was delicious. I definitely think it’s a new tradition.
This year, we’re adding in our Resurrection Rolls. A simple, but meaningful tradition you do not want to miss. If you’re looking for a simple food tradition to establish with your family, but don’t know where to start, this is it.
We’re going to let everyone make their own during the prep time and them bake them on the spot. Yes, they are that easy and that good.
So what about your family?
Do you try something new every year with a varied meal plan or are you strictly a “traditional” Easter meal kind of group?
I’d love to hear about foodie plans for Easter.
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