How to Host an Easter Buffet: Recipes & Tips

Easter Buffet Party Animals Tiger and Zebra Dressed as Bunnies
Tara Donne
Welcome friends and family with this simple, stylish Easter menu of recipes and table decorations that’s guaranteed to delight little bunnies and grown-ups alike.
Tara Donne
Tara Donne

Coconutty Carrot Cakes & Carrot Napkins

For a practical and festive touch, roll your flatware into orange paper napkins and tie each roll-up with a piece of green ribbon. 

They'll perfectly complement these festive carrot cupcakes, which are topped with a cream cheese frosting and orange and green gumdrops. 

Recipe Tip: Can’t find coconut flour? Worry-free solution: Just use an extra ⅓ cup of all-purpose flour!

Tara Donne
Tara Donne

Breakfast Bagel Strata

It’s your favorite breakfast sandwich in convenient casserole form! Even better, you can prep it the night before and pop it into the oven just before your guests arrive.

This delicious egg bake is also incredibly easy. It uses toasted pieces of bagels, cheddar cheese, bacon, and eggs to make a filling breakfast with minimal mess.

Tara Donne
Tara Donne

Fruity Cottontail

Adding whole fruit to this kid-pleasing platter means less time prepping and more time nibbling.

Make the gathering more memorable: Snap a pic before they dig in!

Tara Donne
Tara Donne

Party Animals

Welcome kids to the table with toy animals dressed up as the Easter Bunny. To make, cut ear shapes from stiff white felt and smaller ones from pink felt. Hot-glue the pink ears to the white; then glue the felt pieces to the toy’s own ears. Finish with a pink pom-pom nose.

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