Celebrate Easter with a festive dinner featuring updated twists on classic dishes
Cost per serving: $1.51
Pair with radishes or other seasonal vegetables for the perfect pre-meal dish.
See recipe: Caramelized Onion–Goat Cheese Dip
Cost per serving: 16¢
Use up those dyed Easter eggs for this tasty appetizer.
See recipe: Herbed Deviled Eggs
Cost per serving: $3.84
Leg of lamb is often semi-boneless, also called American-style. The long shank bone is removed, and the meat is tied into a roast shape. This cut is readily available and easy to carve. If your supermarket’s butcher doesn’t have it, ask to order it.
See recipe: Garlic-Herb Roast Leg of Lamb
Cost per serving: 61¢
Elevate your mashed potatoes with this easy, flavorful side.
See recipe: Sour Cream–Chive Potato Cakes
Cost per serving: $1.37
You can swap in other vegetables, depending on what’s available at your supermarket. Try edamame instead of lima beans, or chopped leeks in place of pearl onions.
See recipe: Spring Vegetables with Lemon and Tarragon
Cost per serving: 73¢
Everyone will enjoy this fruity take on typical iced tea.
See recipe: Peach Iced Tea
Cost per serving: 27¢
These tiny cookies pack a lot of flavor!
See recipe: Coconut-Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cost per serving: $1.79
Slice strawberries or other seasonal fruit onto the dish to add color and flavor.
See recipe: Lemon Roulade