No holiday is fully complete without festive-inspired food! Start planning your Easter brunch or get-together with these Easter appetizer ideas that are not only a cute addition to your table but also taste delicious! From bunny-shaped treats to carrot food designs and plenty of eggs, let these spring-inspired delights wow your guests and family!
1. Easter Carrot Patch
Looking to upgrade your vegetable platter? These cute bell peppers filled with cream cheese and topped with dill will do just that. They look like a carrot patch, are super easy to prepare and the contrasting colors are gorgeous!
2. Bunny Spinach Dip With Rolls
Kick off your Easter feast with this bunny-shaped dip with crescent dough. It has delicious cream cheese and spinach dip in the center, making for a statement centrepiece at your party!
3. Mini Chick Cheeseball Crackers
Aside from looking super cute on your table or buffet, these Mini Chick Cheeseball Crackers are the ideal finger food for an Easter party! They’re easy to make and they don’t need to be baked or cooked.
4. Pink Egg Appetizers
Transform the classic deviled eggs into an eggstraordinary display by adding pastel-colored dye to them.
To dye your eggs pink:
- Boil beets with water
- Simmer until the desired color is reached
- Wait for the water to cool down
- A 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- Place your eggs in the water overnight
5. Easter Bunny Veggie Tray
Not keen on cooking? An adorable Easter Bunny Veggie Tray will get you out of that! Use cauliflower for the bunny ears and surround it with carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes and broccoli. You can change it for any vegetables of your choice, but try to use bright contrasting colors for the full effect! Place a yummy dip in the center and decorate it as the bunny’s face.
6. Easter Charcuterie
A charcuterie board or food board is a great way to lay out food for an impressive effect. It can be as simple as some crackers, cucumbers and cheese, the art is in the layout. This pretty charcuterie board is in the shape of a bunny which makes laying out the food super easy.
7. Carrot Snack
Continuing with the popular carrot-themed food for Easter, we have this delicious-looking carrot snack surrounded by crackers.
8. Mini Salad Cups
These miniature salad cups are a fun twist on the classic 7-layer salad. Anything in miniature is more festive, serve them on Easter for a tasty Easter brunch.
9. Gluten-Free Buffalo Chicken Celery Boats
If you’re hosting a party or lunch for gluten-free, these celery boats with buffalo chicken are a great option. You can really fill the celery with any chicken or meat of your choice, but these do look delicious!
10. Thai-Curried Deviled Eggs
Spring is in the air and with that comes lots of eggs and Easter snacks. Swap out your regular deviled eggs for these slightly spicy, Thai-inspired eggs. It gives a delectable kick to the classic deviled eggs.
11. Ham and Cheese Crescent Rolls with Asparagus
This is another one of those appetizers that looks impressively fancy, yet is surprisingly simple to make. Made with only a few ingredients, they’re the ideal appetizers for holidays and entertaining.
12. Stuffed Mushrooms With Herbs and Italian Sausage
Stuffed mushrooms as an appetizer is always a hit, stuff them with sausage and herbs for an even bigger hit! Serve with a dip of your choice.
13. Easter Bunny Mini Quiches
If you can’t get enough of bunnies during the Easter holidays, you’ll love this appetizer. These bunny mini quiches
14. Spinach and Artichoke Dip Pinwheels
These pin wheels may look fancy, but they’re easy to make using simple puff pastry. You can also make them ahead of time as they freeze beautifully. If you have a lot of food to make, getting the appetizer out the way ahead of time, saves a lot of stress!
15. Raspberry Salsa Bites
These delicious raspberry salsa bites make a lovely appetizer, suitable for the Christmas period too, they’re festive, bright in color and will make your mouth water!
16. Bunny Stack Fruit Skewers
Fruit skewers are an easy and pretty way to lay out fruit when you want to keep things simple but elegant. It’s also a great way to get kids to eat their fruit. Stick a bunny on top for an Easter-themed skewer.
17. Asparagus, Egg, and Prosciutto Tart
If I ever want an interesting out-of-the-box recipe, I go onto Half Baked Harvest. What I love most about her recipes aside from that they’re yummy and a massive hit with my family, is that they look gourmet and complicated, yet are always easy to make. This Asparagus, Egg, and Prosciutto Tart is no exception.
18. Cheesy Tulip Tomatoes
Bring on the spring season with these edible tulip buds. This Easter appetizer is perfect for those who love food art. You’ll get your creative juices flowing when making these and they look insanely cute too!
19. Spinach Pie Bites
Spinach pie bites require a little more effort than some of the other appetizers here, but the results are well worth the extra effort. Gluten-free, grain-free and vegetarian, they’re simply scrumptious!
20. Ciabatta Cucumber and Cream Cheese Slices
Ciabatta Cucumber and Cream Cheese Slices are the perfect budget-friendly appetizer that looks fancy and tastes it too. Easy and quick to prepare, it’s an easy way to upgrade any party.
21. Cute Cheese Appetizer
This easy-to-make cheese appetizer is a real crowd-pleaser and looks scrumptious too. Filled with cream cheese, green onion, parsley and lots more, the colors are a showstopper and so is the taste.
22. Roasted Carrot & Herby Feta Galette
Show off a rainbow of carrots with a galette- not familiar with the term? It’s a flat cake often used in French cuisine to talk about cakes that don’t require a tin. Either way, you have to admit it has mouthwatering results!
23. Crescent Roll Veggie Bars
Crescent Roll Veggie Bars are gorgeous appetizers to make a wow start to your party with their rainbow colors. Easy to make, you can make them ahead of time and keep them in your fridge.
24. Mini Clay Pots with Hummus and Carrots
Carrots and hummus have always been a favorite pair together. They complement each other perfectly in color and taste. Take the presentation up a notch and place the hummus and carrots in a mini clay pot. It’s an easy way to get kids to eat their veggies!
25. Truffled Deviled Eggs
Easter cannot be complete without a few devilled egg ideas. Upgrade your regular deviled eggs with these original ones, instead of topping the eggs with the usual herbs, add some scrumptious truffle too!
Have a fabulous Easter celebration and brunch with these 25 insanely cute appetizer ideas that are not only pretty to look at but also taste delicious. From bunny-shaped food boards to cheesy tulip tomatoes, these hors d’oeuvres are festive and fun! Happy Easter and happy Spring!