And blink. Christmas is a memory, New Year's is over and we are on the doorstep of Easter. HOW?! Well 'how' isn't the question, the question is, what are we all going to eat? We have done the leg work for you and rustled up some fantastic Easter ideas for your celebrations.
Speaking of 'leg' how about this Slow Cooker Ham from Thriving on Paleo. Why on earth do we save ham for Christmas celebrations. Ham for all the celebrations we say.
Hot Cross Bun Muffins are always a good idea.
Fish is generally a staple around Easter and this Buttery Dill Mustard Baked Salmon sounds like the goods from Paleo Running Momma.
Choc Orange Hot Cross Buns from Mummy Made It.
Roasted Lamb with Blackberry Balsamic Reduction from Plaid & Paleo. Yes. Just yes. If you make this please express post some to Paleo Hero HQ.
Choc Crunch Easter Eggs. Might require rustling up some chocolate moulds but we think they look worth it!
Green Beans with Bacon and Mushrooms from A Girl Worth Saving. You had us at bacon.
Keep it Cleaner Radical Rocky Road featured in yum. Gluten Free's Autumn Digital Magazine.
Homemade Cadbury Eggs from Primally Inspired.
Creme Eggs by Greens of the Stone Age. We don't know what this sorcery is but we approve wholeheartedly.
Lemon Panna Cotta from Savoury Lotus looks like the perfect light and fresh dessert when all the chocolate just becomes too much.
Coconut, Lemon and Turmeric Chia Pudding sounds like the perfect nourishing brekkie with all that added anti-inflammatory benefit from the turmeric by Greens Of The Stone Age.
Zucchini, Bacon & Sweet Potato Pancakes sound like they would be an absolute crowd pleaser from Real Food with Dana.
Mexican Baked Avocado Eggs from Get Inspired Everyday.
Paleo Hot Cross Buns by Sam Wood.
Easter Egg Bliss Balls from Live Love Nourish.