Odochi Ibe, iEG Social Media Coordinator
Easter is coming up and along with a three-day weekend, you get a chance to spend time with your family even if you are not observing the religious traditions. One great thing about Easter besides the candy and scavenger hunts is all the great food. We have a list to keep you full and happy this Easter Sunday no matter how you’ll be celebrating!
Deviled eggs are great little nibbles before the festivity starts and super easy to bring as a potluck dish. Sprinkle some paprika on these bad boys and pop one (or several) into your mouth.
If you grew up an omnivore that ate pork than you might remember glazed ham being at the centerpiece of your Easter dinners, now you can have nostalgia without harming Babe.
*If you’re not a vegan Betty Crocker you can try Vegetarian Plus’ Vegan Ham Roll instead of making it yourself.
“Hot cross buns, hot cross buns, one a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns.”
You can sing this children’s song after you stuff one or two of these in your mouth to get into the Easter spirit. There’s nothing better than warm, sweet buns after a good meal, so don’t be afraid to indulge.
If you can’t eat a chocolate bunny I feel bad for you son, got 99 problems, but a bunny ain’t one…
If you can’t find vegan chocolate bunnies in store than these homemade ones will do perfectly, they’re healthy and inexpensive to make. Watch as your family and friends gobble them up, but make sure to have an extra batch just for your self!
Brunch might be the most important part of any weekend, but it’s extra special on Easter! If you don’t want to compete with grandma’s in church hats at your favorite brunch spot stay home with your family and friends and cook an amazing brunch for half the price!
*Bottomless Mimosas optional, but recommended