Yep, I learned when our middle daughter said earlier this week: "Sarah told me that the Easter Bunny comes in 6 days".
I replied: "oh. yes. that's right."...
But my mind was saying: "whaaat, eek!"
After my brief moment of panic, I got a few ideas together for our Easter weekend. And though I haven't entirely planned my own menu, I thought I'd offer up some lesa-traditional recipes for your own Easter dinner (and possibly my own)!
Why not try my "Avocado & Pinto Bean Enchildas" from eat, drink & be vegan, as a main dish:
|Photo credit: kitchenambition.blogspot.ca|
For sides, you could make a simple batch of brown rice or roasted potatoes (or sweet potatoes), along with a salad dressed with "Cumin-Cinnamon Vinaigrette" (also from ed&bv).
For dessert, something easy and light, such as my "Apple-Cherry Crisp" from The Everyday Vegan:
|photo credit: vegfamily.ca|
Pair the crisp with a non-dairy vanilla ice cream, and you have a dessert fit to please your crew!
I have posted the recipes for the enchiladas and crisp for you to enjoy this Easter - or anytime.
So, tell me, have you planned your Easter dinner yet?
(p.s. Update on posting the list of edits for LTEV, I will do so and update it in my earlier post. Check back in a day or two for the link. Thanks.)
I was looking for a dish to bring to a crawfish boil this weekend and this looks perfect! Thank you!
Terrific, hope you like it Marianne. :)
Um, I think we were on the same brain wave. I too, completely spaced it, and realized yesterday that Easter is this weekend!
I love the enchilada idea. My husband makes signature enchildas (his mom is Mexican) which are pretty amazing.
We actually have enchiladas on Christmas Eve as a part of our Christmas traditions. Thanks for posting the pics, a good reminder I need to be using your recipes more!
Thanks Janae, and I hope you had a lovely Easter weekend. :)
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