Easter Egg Hunt Menu

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As enjoyable as it is, participating in (or organizing) an Easter egg hunt is hard work! This menu can help feed all your egg-hunters, whether they're kids or grown-ups. We’ve even included some Healthy Living recipes to help you stick to your healthy eating plan. And you’ll find more ideas in our Healthy Living chicken salad and chocolate collections. For more Easter eats, check out menus for the entire day: Easter brunch, dinner and desserts.

Kids' table

Classic Tuna Salad Sandwiches or Turkey-Egg Salad sandwiches with crusts trimmed off and cut into small squares or triangles.

Broccoli and cauliflower florets, carrot and celery sticks. Have small cups of Easy Cheesy Dip for dipping.

Double-Banana BreadHealthy Living, cut into thin slices ant then narrow strips. Spread each strip with PHILLY Soft Cream Cheese and put two strips together for a tasty nibbly.

Easter Basket as the grand finale dessert.

Grown-ups' table

Springtime Asparagus & Cheese Snacks.

Raspberry Vinaigrette & Orange SaladHealthy Living.

Baked ham, an Easter meal classic, or try Maple-Glazed Stuffed Roast PorkHealthy Living.

Garlic Mashed Potatoes.

Classic Green Bean Casserole or cooked asparagus drizzled with GOOD SEASONS Italian Salad Dressing and sprinkled with chopped Hard-cooked eggs.

Fluffy 2-Step Easter Cheesecake.

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