Bring everyone to the table for an Easter celebration they’ll always remember—and appreciate. Serving your Easter feast buffet-style is an easy and yet elegant way to entertain your guests on this special day.
A buffet is an easy way to feed a whole family, plus a few more.
Now, let’s talk about your prep. Timing is key to an easy-peasy dinner set up.
Finally, the menu. Decide sooner than later so you know what to buy!
This menu showcases everyone’s favorite Easter dishes, like the centerpiece ham, with new twists on classics like deviled eggs and potato gratin. These recipes are sure to become new Easter traditions in your home.
Warm and flaky biscuits with a homemade honey spread will be a sweet start to your buffet line.
What makes a deviled egg even more irresistible? Making the filling tastier and tangier with Dijon, Parmesan, and garlic.
Fresh leeks and peas brighten up this traditional Italian bread salad.
Ginger adds a surprising bit of zing to the sweet honey and citrus glaze on this Easter buffet stunner.
We can almost guarantee that you won’t be able to make enough of these roasted potatoes. Parmesan and lemon make a delicious crust.
It’s the season that asparagus shines, and this dish is complimented by the perfect blend of flavors.
The buffet line isn’t complete without dessert. This buttermilk pie has a sweet raspberry topping which will leave your guests coming back for more.
For more Easter recipes, check out our Easter Dinner recipe collection on the Savory Recipe Center!
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