We’ve got everything from homemade Easter eggs to hot cross buns. Take a look at our list of Easter recipes to try these holidays.
We spoke to a couple of our sister magazines to ask them what they’d be making this Easter and here’s what they’ve got cooking in their kitchens.
Looking to keep yourself and the kids busy over Easter? Here are 10 DIY projects to try.
Easter egg treats
What do you get when you combine Easter eggs with brownies? These delicious brownie-eggs by Vickie de Beer of rooi rose.
We’ll never say no to a second serving of brownies, especially when they look as good as this batch from Your Family.
Take your garden-variety chocolate bunny to the next level with these Cinnabunnies from Food & Home Entertaining.
This rocky road recipe from the Essentials team is an easy treat you and the kids can whip up one afternoon over the long weekend.
These chocolate nests only need four ingredients. Thanks for this easy recipe Essentials.
Looking for a delicious hot cross bun recipe? This fool-proof recipe from Vickie de Beer at rooi rose is a sure winner.
Not sure what to do with those leftover hot cross buns? Try chef Mynhardt Joubert’s bread and butter pudding recipe.
How good do these lemony cheesecake birds’ nest slices look from Your Family? And the best part has to be the speckled eggs.
We’ll have a slice (or two) of this speckled vanilla cake with marshmallow Easter-egg filling. Thank you Katelyn Williams and Food & Home Entertaining for this amazing creation.
Home cooked meals
How does a serving of rabbit sound? Farmer’s Weekly have the perfect recipe for your Easter Sunday lunch – maybe just don’t tell the kids.
Claire Ferrandi slow-roasted Easter leg of lamb featured in Food & Home Entertaining will be a hit with guests at Easter lunch.
Photography Lee Schwagele; Essentials; Rooi Rose; Supplied; Your Family; Katelyn Williams; David Basckin; Graeme Wyllie
A journalist by trade, features writer on occasion and now the digital editor of SA Country Life. The first chance she gets, Leigh will tell you about a podcast she was recently listening to and how you simply have to make the move from radio. In a previous life, she once taught English on Jeju which left her with an insatiable craving for kimchi.