A Traditional Easter Dinner Roundup from the Eastern Shore

A Traditional Easter Dinner Roundup from the Eastern Shore

A traditional Easter Dinner is a feast for your whole family. Easter is when everyone comes together to celebrate, and you need to make sure there's enough food to go around! Since this isn't just any meal, it's ok to go overboard because why not? These beautiful recipes are perfect for lush and healthy dinners, even for the pickiest eater in the family. Taking time to create something special makes your Easter Dinner the talk of the town! Made with local vegetables, Eastern Shore Honey, and fresh cuts of meat, these dishes are sure to please. Decorate your table with fresh spring flowers, use only the best ingredients, and get ready for a delectable Easter Dinner.

Traditional Easter Dinner Table Setting
Traditional Easter Dinner Table Setting complete with naturally dyed easter eggs

Our Favorite Traditional Easter Dinner Ideas

Dessert is essential in our books. We believe that a beautiful meal should have a little bit of everything - from a soup or salad to the main course and plenty of side dishes. Mix and match the recipes below, and add your favorites to make it yours. There are no rules - have fun in the kitchen, invite your family in to help, and enjoy yourself.

Spinach and Fruit Salad

Start your meal off with this beautiful Spinach and Fruit Salad. It's made with a colorful blend of berries, peaches, spinach, and our amazing Honey Lemon Vinaigrette. Piled high in a serving bowl, this would make an excellent presentation alongside roasted vegetables or fish.

Fruit and Spinach Salad for Traditional Easter Dinner

Try these easy pickled onions on top of this salad or any salad!

Our Honey Mustard Chicken comes together quickly and will be a fan favorite at dinner. Garnishing with lemon adds brightness to the chicken that is perfect for the springtime. We like to serve it with roasted carrots, potatoes, and onions - but the choice is yours.

Healthy Slaw

This healthy slaw is rich in fiber and incorporates a colorful collection of veggies to make your belly happy. I used organic ingredients for this fast and guilt-free recipe. Our slaw is so easy to make, and you can even do it ahead of time to save yourself some time on Easter morning. Letting the slaw sit overnight allows for the flavors to meld together. And, it's more delicious the next day!

Healthy slaw in white bowl on metal table

Honey Mustard Roasted Carrots

What's Easter dinner without the veggies? Made with a glaze of honey, garlic, and dijon, these Honey Mustard Roasted Carrots are colorful to the dinner table. The glaze we used would also be fantastic on Brussels sprouts or beets! Mix in your other favorite root vegetables, like potatoes or parsnips, for various tastes.

coating carrots

Honey Grilled Artichokes

The next thing on our Easter Dinner menu is our Honey Grilled Artichokes. Artichokes take time and some exceptional prep work, but they're perfect for the holidays. Served warm with a honey glaze, these are a seasonal treat to savor. When shopping for artichokes, find ones that look full and are heavy for their size. Buy them organic, if you can, and take your time grilling to make them extra beautiful.

Rib Roast