Easter cooking means something different to us all. Whether it be baking, roasting or ordering in! With snacks, dinner and dessert, we’ve gathered some recipes that should fit at least one tradition of your day.
What better scent to wake up to in the morning than freshly baked bread. This lentil and basil loaf is a simple bruschetta-style breakfast idea – top with tangy feta and vine tomatoes to get set for the day ahead.
Nothing shouts springtime louder than slow-roasted lamb and seasonal vegetables with a pop of colour. If you’re short for time like most of us, prep the meat a few days beforehand and heat up when needed.
This dish is nice and easy, just what you’re after on a bank holiday weekend. The fish cooks perfectly amongst the grains and the chorizo adds a little heat.
To be sure you’re keeping all dietary requirements at the table happy, this gooey squash bake has a medley of delicious textures for a lovely vegetarian lunch. Not to mention that it’s also gluten-free!
Would it be Easter without hot cross buns? We think not! This classic with a twist adds a little extra sweetness and a surprising sticky centre. Serve simply with butter for an indulgent breakfast or brunch.
The Super Seed grains, carrot and sultanas give this cake a wonderful texture. It’s incredibly moist so would be delicious on its own however, the orange and mascarpone icing transforms it into a real Easter treat.