I’m sharing 10 healthy Easter favorites to celebrate the holiday or enjoy anytime during spring!
Hi friends! How is the week so far? I’ve been busy getting everything ready for a full body reset – we start on Monday!! – Teaching some extra classes this week. I have a massage booked for Monday and can’t even wait. The past two weeks have been crazy, but everything has been Bueno.
In today’s post, let’s talk about Easter recipes! I can’t believe it’s around the corner and would love to hear some of your suggestions. Here are some ideas if you’re brainstorming for Easter or next spring lunch. 🙂
10 healthy Easter recipes
1. Morning glory muffin Via Lexis Clean Kitchen
These healthy muffins are made with almond flour and filled with many delicious toppings, like raisins, carrots, apples, and nuts. It’s easy to make and use these gluten-free and dairy-free muffins in just one bowl!
2. Best baked chicken
This recipe from Ina Garten is always a hit! I use half the amount of butter, and it’s still delicious.
3. crumbs in a jar
This recipe can easily be doubled…tripled…if you have an extra crumb mixture, freeze it and enjoy with ice cream, on a smoothie or with oatmeal!
4. devil eggs Via great food
These healthier eggs are perfect for Easter brunch. Made with Greek yogurt, it has a little extra boost of protein and an amazing taste.
5. Healthy Carrot Cupcake
This healthy carrot cupcake recipe is made with almond flour and sweet potatoes and sweetened with maple syrup! It’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and absolutely delicious.
6. Smoked salmon, avocado and cucumber via Downshiftology
Smoked salmon, avocado, and cucumber are the perfect appetizer recipe. It’s healthy, easy to prepare, delicious and beautiful on a serving tray. Your guests will love them!
7. 7 layers of fresh and healthy Via Ambitious Kitchen
This healthy 7-layer dip is made with beans, protein-packed yogurt, taco seasoning, guacamole, cheese, tomatoes, black olives, onions, cilantro, and jalapenos. It’s fresh, delicious, and absolutely delicious! Always loving the audience.
8. Breakfast Board Charcuterie via Cath Eats
Charcuterie bars are good for happy hour, so why not serve one filled with your favorite morning foods, too? Charcuterie breakfast plate is great for kids, Easter brunch, and whenever you need something special in the morning.
9. Easy Raspberry Cake with Lemon and Vanilla Icing cross fainting knife fork
Raspberry muffins are easy to flavor, crunchy on the outside but still juicy and moist in the middle, and made with simple ingredients in just one bowl – perfect for breakfast or lunch!
10. healthy easter nest cakes Via JoyFood Sunshine
These Easter cookies are made with 8 healthy ingredients that are ready in 15 minutes! It’s a delicious and healthy treat to celebrate Easter!
Try our favorite Fitnessista recipes for Easter, too!
Do you have any favorite or traditional recipes for Easter?
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