For many of us at Taylor Morrison, holidays are a time of food, family and friends. Easter is on it’s way so in keeping with the springtime celebration, try some fresh ideas for the holiday brunch, lunch or dinner spread. These recipes might inspire your Eastertime food offerings.
Charoset, a yummy mix of chopped apple and nuts traditionally served on Passover, has been saladized, California-style by Shockingly Delicious. If you live in a new home in Southern California you’ll recognize the Golden State influence on this Charoset Salad shared by Shockingly Delicious: chunky apples and dates on a spinach salad drizzled with a cinnamon wine balsamic dressing.
The beauty of quiches, besides tasting so good, is that they can be baked ahead of time. Depending on how many people will be at your Easter table, try one or all of these mouth-watering recipes by Chocolate Moosey.
- Ham and Herb Quiche – Fresh rosemary, thyme and parsley deliciously dress up the ham, cheese and egg quiche.
- Spinach Parmesan Quiche – This recipe adds onion, fresh spinach and Parmesan cheese to the base of the Ham and Herb Quiche and French Onion Quiche to tasty effect.
- French Onion Quiche – A savory take reminiscent of French onion soup with eggs, onion slices, seasonings and Gruyere cheese.
Maple Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
Take the traditional Easter ham to a new level of delectable with this Maple Brown Sugar Glazed Ham recipe by Like Mother Like Daughter. Create this sweet glaze using pure maple syrup, brown sugar, mustard, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves.
Italian Easter Pie
Cook’s Country gives us a taste of Italy with torta rustica, or Italian Easter Pie. The filling features broccoli, Italian sausage, garlic, ricotta cheese, Pecorino Romano cheese, provolone cheese, eggs and hot capicola. Mama mia!
Sweet Treats by Somewhat Simple
When Somewhat Simple blogger Stephanie wanted a new home she came to Taylor Morrison, premier home builders in Phoenix, AZ. She blogged about her experience and the stunning home she, her husband, five children are thrilled with. Follow the links below to see some of Stephanie’s sweet treat recipes.
- Bird’s Nest Easter Cookies
- Easter Cookies
- Rice Krispies Easter Kebabs
- Easter Cupcakes and Party Treats
- White Chocolate Dipped Oreo Flowers
Try our suggestions and let us know how your yummy Easter fare turned out in the comments section below.
Pretty family 🙂