I am soooooooo.
excited about this!
Download my complete Easter Menu Plan and grocery list (with coupon matchups!) This is the same one I use each year, so it’ll make my life a wee bit easier too!
We based the menu based on the current Target sales ad (although you can use the grocery list at whichever store you choose), and even included coupon matchups that work with the sale.
The price came out to $6.91 per person to feed 8 (which I know sounds high, but that includes a ton of leftovers + extra pantry staples as well!) And, when you consider the cost of dinner out on Easter for a group of 8, this will be way less expensive. (In fact, a Honey Baked Ham alone normally runs $50-$60, and you’ll have your entire meal for less than that!)
Here’s what’s included on the Easter recipes menu at our house:
Gourmet Potatoes (I can’t believe I’ve never taken a picture of these, but they are the best potatoes you will ever eat. I’ll update with a picture when we make them this week!)
Sister Schubert Rolls (you can make rolls from scratch, but these just make life a wee bit simpler!)
Included in the free printable is our menu plan, a shopping list, and my schedule for cooking to make getting ready for Easter Brunch a breeze in your home. We’ve done all the work for you, so you can just shop, bake, and enjoy your family this weekend!
Go HERE to get your free Easter Menu Plan. AND, you can also get a link to my free “what you can freeze” printable when you sign up for free daily penny pinching emails!
I hope this makes planning for Easter go more smoothly in your home, and am praying a wonderful week for your family. I’d love to hear what other recipes are favorites in your home as well ~ leave a comment to share!
Note ~ if you’re already an email subscriber you should receive a direct link to the free printable. Enjoy!