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Post-Easter Ideas

April 6, 2015
2 min. read

Leftover Easter Ingredients:

Now that Easter is over, you probably have a fridge full of leftover food. Check out these ways to use up the ham, dyed eggs, and other items you may have left over!

Pork Club Sandwich


Slice up some of your leftover Easter ham and some apples, add some bacon, cheese, and a few other ingredients, and you get a delicious club sandwich! This meal is a great way to finish up your Easter ingredients in a new way, without eating the same thing, meal after meal.


Egg Salad Gribiche

Still have cartons filled with colorful hard-boiled eggs? Peel them and chop them up into this delicious French-style egg salad sandwich. What a great way to use up your extra ingredients while enjoying a nice post-Easter brunch!


Pineapple-Dijon Ham Sandwiches

Chop up your leftover Easter ham into ham salad or a recipe like this one, which combines ham, pineapple, and Dijon mustard, with some other great flavors. Plus, it lets you use a slow cooker so you can relax after the eventful Easter weekend! It’s a win-win!

Check out our Pinterest page for more Easter meal ideas!

Leftover Candy:

Do you still have baskets full of Easter candies, like chocolates, marshmallows, and jelly beans? Try breaking them up and folding them into delicious desserts like cookies or brownies, or using them as ice cream toppings. You can also melt down your Easter chocolate and dip fruit or pretzels in it.

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Use your leftover Easter egg dye to make tie-dye shirts, stain yarn or doilies, or make these festive spring decorations using coffee filters:


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