Easter Recipes for the Slow Cooker


If you're hosting, or bringing along something to share this year, I've got you covered. The crockpot slow cooker is your friend. Use it! And enjoy your family. 

here are 25 plus ways to use your crockpot this Easter as you entertain your family and friends. There are ideas here for appetizers, side dishes, main course, and even dessert. ENJOY!




Happy almost-Easter! 

We host Easter each year (except for when I'm pregnant or have a newborn, which means we haven't done it for the past two years. 

But that's not my fault because other people have offered, and I'd just be an idiot to not accept the offers. 

So, I still stand by my declaration that we host Easter every year...) and I love it.

Adam usually puts something on the barbecue, our family helps out by bringing side dishes or beverages, and I line up a bunch of crockpots on the countertop. 

There are too many of us to all sit around the table, so we kind of eat in shifts. 



The kids run around in circles because it's fun for the uncles to "chocolate them up" and the Easter egg hunt out back results in squished flowers, mud tracked indoors, and eventually tears when the egg-grabbing turns a bit too competitive. 

It's certainly not a scene Norman Rockwell would have chosen to paint--- but he should have.

Because honestly? The day couldn't possibly be any better.

and I can't wait.

If you're hosting, or bringing along something to share this year, I've got you covered. The slow cooker is your friend. Use it! And enjoy your family. 

here are 25 plus ways to use your crockpot this Easter as you entertain your family and friends. There are ideas here for appetizers, side dishes, main course, and even dessert. ENJOY!


Main Courses:
Honey Glazed Ham  (this is what we're having!)
Citrus Ham (aka Christmas Ham)
Mint Glazed Lamb (this is what we're having!)

Side Dishes:

Appetizers:

We have dessert covered thanks to Zest Bakery, but if you don't:
rice krispies treats (hey, the REAL rice krispies are going gluten free in about a month. score!)

you're welcome!
:-)


If you're entertaining, and need a bit of help getting the house in order, no worries. I've got you covered with that, too!



Adam doesn't like pictures of the kids on the Internet, so this is the best you'll get!
Happy Easter!






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Posted by: Stephanie O'Dea | A Year of Slow Cooking at March 29, 2021

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  1. Anonymous4/15/2011

    Thanks for the Easter Day help. We are always at Church so long that Easter ends up being frozen pizza day!

    Tell Adam that that baby's neck looks good enough to KISS!!!

    JJ, Kansas City

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  2. Anonymous4/15/2011

    Love the plastic eggs & bunnies bedecked crockpot photo, lol! :) I think we're going to do one of the hams and your cheesy corn recipes thingie- corn casserole= Holoday to me!! :)

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  3. Love your photos! Im going to go thru your recipe list - cant wait to try some of them! =)

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  4. Love the Brussel Sprouts...the Dijon does make the difference.

    Inviting everyone to stop over at my blog - a Target card giveaway in support of a great cause!

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  5. Wow, this almost makes me want to host Easter dinner. However, I'm still really happy to be a guest instead of a host this year!

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  6. Your little one is SO cute!

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  7. Off topic, but I'm looking forward to getting home to your Mongolian Beef in my crock pot tonight!

    http://hopewellmomschoolreborn.blogspot.com/2011/04/menu-plan-monday-no-spending-edition.html

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  8. I have a 6.5 quart crockpot. Can I still make the recipes that call for a 4 quart cooker without making more food?

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  9. This list makes me think I need to buy a few more crockpots. :)

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  10. Hi Stephanie! I really love your blog. I got a slow cooker not so long ago so I could make hot food for Shabbat lunch every week (I am an Orthodox Jew), and now I'm beginning to use it more often, generally with help from your recipes. I think that I will get a "pareve" slow cooker as well, so I can cook things for dairy meals. Your blog is amazing! Happy Easter to you!
    -Chaya

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  11. Hi, I LOVE your site and have tried A LOT of your recipes (have your crock pot yogurt in the fridge right now!, but we seem not to have any luck with the chicken recipes. Any recipe that includes chicken breast seems to turn out 'funny' tasting. I haven't tried using the chicken breast frozen to start with, they've always been already thawed, and am wondering if maybe this is the problem? Any advice you could give would be really helpful! Thanks so much!

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  12. Thank you for the fabulous ideas! I've been searching for Easter ideas to bring to family dinner and am definitely going to test out the Apricot-balsamic Brie! Yum!

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  13. Excellent Easter menu.

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  14. I host Easter dinner every year too. And your Company's Coming Potatoes are ALWAYS on the menu. It was the first crock pot dish my youngest asked to learn how to make. ;) We make your Orange Chipotle Ribs for Father's Day every year, but I'm thinking they might be nice for Easter too, though we usually do chicken.

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