There's more than meets the eye during Easter. Come mealtime, we typically feast our eyes on the sides, and — but what about the pre-dinner treats? Indulge in these appetizers — deviled eggs, finger sandwiches, and more — before you fill up on everything else the holiday has to offer.,
This elegant and savory vegetable tart will keep everyone happy while they wait for the Easter ham to finish cooking.
The secret to these wonderfully fragrant rolls is fresh rosemary. Add some black pepper, top with coarse salt and butter, and you've got an irresistible Easter appetizer.
Smooth ground peas, mint, and feta cheese come together in this flavorful crostini topping that's perfect for Easter.
These bright tartlets, made with tomatoes, Manchego cheese, and puff pastry, add a pop of springtime color to any Easter spread.
It really doesn't get better than a combo of bacon, asparagus, and brie, all nestled in a easy-to-make dough cup.
Deviled eggs are a must at any springtime soirée — and these pimiento cheese bites will spice things up.
Fill up on veggies before you dive into the true stars of Easter: the chocolate and sweets.
Cater these bite-size sandwiches to your party guests. Choose from a variety of fillings including spicy pimiento cheese, minty pea, and classic cucumber.
What you'll need: circle cookie cutters ($15 for set, )
Pizza may be passé for a holiday meal, but these prosciutto and goat cheese bites are fit for even the fanciest of occasions.
Wrap up your greens and bacon in a swirl of dough —it's basically the best parts of a meal in a single bite.
A sheet of frozen puff pastry is the key to these elegant appetizers topped with cream cheese, salmon, and chives.
These bite-size snacks are anything but boring: crunchy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and full of fresh flavor.
If anything, these stunning spring rolls will become a colorful addition to your tablescape.
Break out your cheese board and serve up three types of cheese, including blue cheese-bacon, smoky cheddar-pecan, and pepperoncini-feta.
What you'll need: cheese board ($20, )
These eye-catching fruity bites scream spring.
We declare carrots as the official vegetable of Easter. Show off your holiday pride (or love of veggies) with this heritage carrot-topped salad.
The crisp crunch from the cucumber perfectly balances the soft and creamy taste of the lemon dill cream cheese.
Because you have to start and end your holiday with pie.
What you'll need: pie plate ($9, )
This recipe is tricky (in a good way): It's seriously simple to make but looks impressive when served correctly.
Warm weather is on its way — or so we hope! Celebrate the start of sunny days by indulging in a summer staple, grilled peaches.
It's no secret that dips can get messy. Avoid the hassle — and earn major presentation points — by serving dip in these adorable flower-shaped cups.