As promised, here is a no-fuss make-a-menu if you need a few dinner ideas for the upcoming Easter holiday. Hover over the pictures for a recipe title; click to go to the recipe. Have fun planning your Easter dinner celebrations! Feel free to browse the Recipe Index for even more ideas.

19 Responses to Easter Dinner Make-a-Menu 2012

  1. This is great Mel! Thanks for sharing! I can vouch for the slow cooker brown sugar maple ham, it is the only way I make it now! Happy Easter! I hope that baby girl is wearing you out too much!

  2. Kim in MD says:

    I was hoping you would round-up your favorite Easter recipes, Mel! I’ve been browsing your archives, but now they are all on one easy to find page. Thanks for taking the time to do this. Happy Easter! :-)

  3. Mariah says:

    This looks delicious! Now the only problem is choosing!

  4. All of these look amazing!!! Thanks for the recipes :D

  5. Linda Nortje says:

    Thanks for these great collections ! Will not try them all at Easter .. lol .. but I’ll definitely get to making all in due time.

  6. What a fabulous guide for Easter recipes! This will be so useful to me as I’m preparing to host my first (albeit very informal) Easter meal with my husband and friends. :) Thanks for sharing, Mel! Also, I’m having a great giveaway today with four potential prize winners, so you should enter!

  7. I heart Mel’s make a menu’s

  8. Holly says:

    Thank you so much for this, Mel! What a great idea. I can’t wait to try a few recipes. :)

  9. [...] A ready to go Easter Dinner Menu from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. I am not so awesome in the menu planning department, so this would [...]

  10. Felechia says:

    Ha! I love that there’s 18 desserts and only 5 vegetables. (Potatoes don’t count…)

  11. Steph says:

    This is fabulous! Thank you.

  12. Linda says:

    Wow- made my mouth water! Great idea!

  13. Cammee says:

    I was going to email you if Lemon Berry Trifle wasn’t on there! Seriously my favorite.

  14. Danielle Dean says:

    Everything looks amazing!

  15. Emily says:

    Thank you for this!! We have family coming and I have been stressing about what to make.

  16. DEE says:

    THIS is why you stay organized like Mel….you can just pull from your list when the big holiday’s/entertainment days arrive!

    Hope your last few weeks as a “i-can’t-believe-i’m-pregnant-with-a-girl” mommy is going well.

  17. Peetey says:

    Just found this foodblog and all I can say is FANTASTIC! I will definitely be trying my hand at some of this…might even take some to the in laws.

  18. Holly says:

    Okay, a feel like I’ve been living in a closet. (Or maybe jusy busy raising my own little boys). But…I just discovered your site and I’m so glad I did. I have my stuffed chicken cordon bleu waiting in the fridge, the Lion House rolls are rising, and your garlic mashed potatoes are on the list to make after church. What would we do for Easter dinner without you?

    I’ve been busy visiting your recipe archives and I’m excited to add many of your delicious meals to our upcoming menus. Thanks for all of your hard work.

  19. KAY HIRT says:

    i JUST FOUND YOUR WEBSITE. I HAVE SPENT THE LAST HOUR AND A HALF READING AND DRULING! I AM 72 AND HOW SOMEONE WHO APPEARS TO BE AS YOUNG AS YOU DO AND WHO CAN COOK LIKE YOU – WOW!

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