Celebrate the arrival of spring with these traditional Easter/Passover recipes. Once you’re done exploring these great recipes, see even more fun Easter recipes in our 17 Excellent Easter Recipes free eCookbook.
Spring is here and now is a great time to get your kids involved in the kitchen. Celebrate Easter and Passover by involving your children in the cooking process. Many foods celebrate tradition and history, and cooking can be a great way to not only educate your kids, but you’ll be creating memories and establishing new traditions as well. When you’re in the kitchen cooking, why not share the Easter or Passover story with your kids as you bake some of these easy and delicious foods.
1. Resurrection Cookies are not only tasty, but the tell the entire story and miracle of Easter as you make them with your kids.
2. Matzo meal is the base for these fluffy Crimsel/Passover Muffins that are great to share during the holidays.
3. Sometimes referred to as Passover Pancakes, Matzo Brie is one of my favorite things to eat this time of year.
4. Get ready for your Easter brunch the night before with this Baked Overnight French Toast.
5. Easter can be filled with traditions, right down to your favorite candy. Your kids will love making their own homemade Peanut Butter and Chocolate Easter Eggs.
6. Get out your rolling pin and tell the story of the Passover as you make this light, crisp, and easy homemade Matzoh Bread.
7. Easter Morning Rolls have a surprise inside! This is another great recipe that celebrates and teaches the story of Easter.
Enjoy your holiday and don’t forget to get the kids involved in even more fun with decorating colored eggs, see great design ideas and tips in RecipeLion’s “Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and Egg Recipes” Free eCookbook.
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Jenni Fleener is the creator, photographer and chef behind A Little Bit Crunchy A Little Bit Rock and Roll. She has had a passion for cooking since she was a child. Forget Saturday morning cartoons, Jenni was watching Julia Child. In high school, she would pour over Rolling Stone and cooking magazines. In college art school, she would come home from the design studio to prepare homemade bread â€¦read more about Jenni on her Featured Foodie profile on RecipeLion.