What to make for Easter Dinner?

Easter meals present a wonderful time to get creative; as there is no one type of food you should eat.

The most common main course for Easter is ham. Here are a few ideas on delicious way to prepare the ham.

This mouth-wateringRiesling-Peach Glazed Ham by Real House Moms looks too delicious too be true.Mouth Watering ham by Real House Moms

Or consider the fun,multi flavored Coca-Cola Glazed Ham with Brown Sugar and Dijon from South Your Mouth

Another idea for the main Easter course is lamb.

If you want to fire up the grill this leg of lamb with rosemary, garlic and mustard from Epicurious sounds fantastic.

If rack of lamb is more to your liking, this Panko Crusted Rack of Lamb from What She’s Having looks positively amazing.Panko Crusted Rack of Lamb from What She’s Having

And moving right along into side dishes. Easter would not be complete without deviled eggs.

Spice them up a little with Bacon Jalapeno Deviled Eggs from Real House Moms

Or add some extra fun color by dying the Egg Whites from Food JimotoColorful Deviled Eggs for Easter Side Dish

My Recipies.com has a fantastic collection of Best Side Dishes for Ham. They include items such as a Roasted Baby Beet Salad, Roasted Spring Vegetables, and Sweet Potato Soldiers.

And last but not least, we must never forget about desert.

What could be better for Easter and the Easter bunny than a carrot cake. But not just any carrot cake, Something Swanky has a recipe for a better than Easter carrot cake poke cake. It looks phenomenal.Easter Carrot Cake Poke Cake

Chocolate has to be added into the meal somewhere. So we bring you a Triple Chocolate Trifle with Raspberries from A Hint of Honey.

Triple Chocolate Trifle with Raspberries from A Hint of Honey.

Easter is a wonderful day, so we hoped we helped make it a little more fun with some unique meal ideas. If you use any of these meals please make sure to tell the original bloggers how much you enjoyed the recipe.