Healthy Easter Recipes
Just because it is a holiday, doesn’t mean you need to break your healthy eating habits. There are plenty of healthy recipes that celebrate the occasion just as much as a triple chocolate fudge brownie does (no matter how delicious that sounds). These recipes are healthier options for you to celebrate Easter without feeling guilty afterwards.
Guacamole Stuffed Eggs
From candy-filled plastic ones to hard boiled ones, eggs are the face of Easter. Instead of covering up a hardboiled egg with mayo, switch it out for a much healthier option – some avocado. It’ll give the Easter staple a fresher and healthier taste that is 100% delicious! Get the full recipe at Natasha’s Kitchen.
Creamy Vegan Lemon Bars
There’s nothing better than a sweet treat that you don’t have to feel guilty about. These lemon bars are a great addition to the dessert table this Easter as they are made from raw cashews, coconut cream, lemon zest and more. Get the full recipe at Minimalist Baker.
Garlic Herb Roasted Potatoes
No deep-frying involved, these potatoes are to die for! Topped with olive oil, garlic, herb and lemon, you and your guests will surely enjoy this hot side dish. Get the full recipe at Rasa Malaysia.
Yogurt-Dipped Strawberry Easter Eggs
A fun Easter treat for you and the kids, these strawberry Easter eggs are fun to make with the kids and are healthy. You can’t go wrong with that! With the help of Greek yogurt and some food coloring, you can turn the everyday strawberry into a festive Easter egg dessert. Get the full recipe at Nomster Chef.
Garlic and Herb Roasted Carrots
The perfect side dish to your holiday dinner, these roasted carrots are sweet, healthy and delicious. Topped with olive oil, garlic and seasoning, you can’t go wrong serving this up at the family get-together! Get the full recipe at Ahead of Thyme.
Gluten-Free + Paleo Carrot Cake Muffins
Made with almond and coconut flour, carrots, walnuts and more, this carrot cake muffin recipe will be the star of the show because it is healthy and delicious. Plus, this recipe is gluten-free and paleo, allowing all guests to enjoy it! Get the full recipe at Evolving Table.
Apple Fruit Basket
This adorable little treat will please the kids and the parents with the all-healthy fruit salad ingredients. Start out by cutting the top off an apple and scoop out the insides of the remainder to create the edible basket. Get the full recipe at The Gunny Sack.
A great Easter appetizer, these wrapped asparagus bites hit that carb craving without overdoing it. The healthy green is covered in herbs, olive oil and garlic salt to ensure you are giving your taste buds what they deserve. Get the full recipe at Dessert Now Dinner Later.
Easter Egg Fruit Pizza
Turn a pizza into a dessert with the help of some fresh fruit and a sugar cookie base. Each bite fulfills your sweet tooth craving with a medley of fruit and sugar. Get the full recipe at Sugar Hero.