Easter is coming, ladies and gentlemen, so it is the best time to think about what you will be cooking. If you already know you won’t be able to make everything absolutely fresh, here we’ve got 10 awesome make-ahead HEALTHY recipes for ya!
A delicious raw beet salad made with fresh beets and tons of other vegetables. The best part about this recipe is obviously the fact that you can make this beet salad ahead of time and just turn it into awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome, AWESOME easter brunch in a minute!
Asparagus is a plant that is known for its ability to benefit the respiratory system. In addition, they are packed with nutrients and antioxidants that help in the prevention of certain health problems. Hence, a salad made out of asparagus will make your easter brunch not only delicious but also really healthy.
Celeriac remoulade is a vegetable dish usually made with celeriac, parsley, tarragon, Dijon mustard and mayonnaise, which is perfect for serving as an appetizer at Christmas dinner. But we’re not average, are we? No, so why not use a slightly different recipe to make ourselves a delicious celeriac remoulade that we’ll serve as an eastern brunch instead!
Cauliflower is a vegetable known for its diverse range of uses. It includes both white and green varieties. The white cauliflowers contains less nutrients than the green variety. And even though both of these can be used for this recipe, we recommend you to use the white variant because of that.
An absolutely delicious and healthy flatbread recipe, made with just a few simple ingredients, that is focaccia! It’s got a great texture, it’s so easy to make and with this recipe it is even gluten-free.
And the best thing is once again the fact that you can prepare this recipe 2 or even 3 days ahead, so that you won’t have to be doing that much things at once.
Oat bread is a paleo-friendly wheat-free option. It is made of 100% whole oat flour and water, with no other ingredients at all. Oats are used in place of wheat or any other grain in this recipe to make it gluten free and a paleo-friendly option, so check it out!
Veggie Pate is a vegetarian spread that can be made with a variety of vegetables including butternut squash, mushrooms, bell peppers and artichoke hearts – this one recipe, in particular, is a little bit more complex, though, and uses curry, but it is obviously flexible to suit your tastes.
Those tender waffle cookies are a delicious gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, egg-free dessert that can be made in just minutes. They are not cookies, they are not waffle, they are waffle cookies! Soft and thin with moist centers, believe us, your family will love ‘em.
Rhubarb is a vegetable with a sour, tangy taste. It has a reputation for being a favorite of British cooks, but I love it as well. This cake, for example, is one of my favorite cakes in general.
And last but not least, we have a recipe for chocolate nut spread for you. So without further ado, go check it (and the previous nine ones, too)!