10+ Celebrity Chefs and Influencers to Follow For the Best Easter Recipes
With Easter just around the corner, here are a few of the best Easter recipes from celebrity chefs and social media influencers. From Easter brunch ideas to the best Easter cakes, these recipes from some of your favorite foodies will put a smile on your face this Sunday.
Tia Mowry and her twin sister, Tamera Mowry, shot to fame as teens on Sister Sister. Now Tia is a mom of two, and you can whip up her kid-friendly Easter brunch – “eggs in a basket,” or a breakfast egg scramble in mini bread bowls – in just 40 minutes.
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Christy Carlson Romano
Christy Carlson Romano became famous on The Disney Channel through her roles in movies like Cadet Kelly and shows like Kim Possible. Now, she’s a popular YouTuber and influencer. In her “Easter Brunch in 60 Minutes” video – ideal for busy parents – the voice of Kim Possible will help you make the perfect Easter quiche, as well as a berry banana fruit salad and hash browns.
If you’re hoping to serve up the perfect Easter leg of lamb dinner, Gordon Ramsay has one of the best roast lamb recipes. It’s deboned and butterflied to make it easier to roast and served with goat cheese and mint vinaigrette.
Martha Stewart’s Easter recipes, all involving Easter phyllo dough, come from all around the world. There’s baklava from Turkey, ruffled milk pie and spanakopita (spinach pie) from Greece, and bisteeya (meat pie) from Morocco.
Ina Garten (Barefoot Contessa)
As usual, Ina Garten has several recipes that are perfect for a festive Easter brunch or Easter dessert – like Parisian-inspired herb-baked eggs and a fresh coconut cake, perfect for a springtime treat.
Ree Drummond (The Pioneer Woman)
Ree Drummond’s holiday recipes are always a big hit, especially for a large family dinner. Her beautiful glazed baked ham, ideal for an Easter dinner or brunch, is no exception.
Rachael Ray is famous for sharing easy, indulgent comfort food recipes on The Rachael Ray Show. For a slightly different take on an Easter lunch or dinner, you can try out her recipe for Greek-inspired rolled spring meatloaf with spinach and feta.
Yolanda Gampp (How to Cake It)
Yolanda Gampp of How to Cake It is known for her super-creative, over-the-top cakes. If you’re into big, bold Easter cakes, you might be excited to take on the challenge of baking her Easter Egg Surprise cakes. They’re shaped like giant Easter eggs, filled with candy, and covered in colorful sprinkles and gold luster dust.
Laura Vitale (Laura in the Kitchen)
Laura Vitale of Laura in the Kitchen has a popular recipe for pizza rustica, otherwise known as Easter savory pie. The rich, meat-and-cheese-packed pie is often served up on Good Friday in order to celebrate the end of Lent.
Zoë Sugg, known as Zoella, is an enormously popular lifestyle influencer with over 11 million YouTube subscribers. Her six easy Easter treats include adorable mini confetti pastel meringues, Easter Rice Krispie treats with colorful mini marshmallows, no-bake Easter chocolate nests, and more.
Rosanna Pansino, who started out as an actress on shows like Glee, is now an award-winning creator thanks to her cooking show, Nerdy Nummies. She’s even appeared as a guest judge on Nailed It!
Her healthy Easter recipes include vegan Easter egg cupcakes with vegan jelly beans and vegan frosting, as well as adorable gluten-free chocolate bird’s nest cookies.