Best-Ever Easter Dinner

This classic menu featuring ham, cheesy potatoes and Alton's classic carrot cake is sure to please your Easter guests.
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Tyler's Tangerine-Glazed Easter Ham

Tyler studs his ham with thin slices of fresh tangerine, creating crispy caramelized fruit and a beautiful presentation.

Get the Recipe: Tangerine-Glazed Easter Ham With Baby Carrots

Alton's Carrot Cake

Top this dense carrot cake with homemade cream cheese frosting — a classic crowd pleaser! Alton coats the carrots in flour before mixing in the wet ingredients to keep the carrots from sinking to the bottom of the cake.

Get the Recipe: Carrot Cake

Truffled Deviled Eggs

Whip truffle oil and black truffle shavings into mashed yolks until very light and fluffy. If you want a little more truffle flavor add a little more truffle oil. Proceed with caution, it is very easy to over truffle.

Get the Recipe: Truffled Deviled Eggs

Simple Scalloped Potatoes

This basic version of scalloped potatoes has a chicken broth-milk sauce and a Gruyere topping. Use a mandoline for quick, even potato slices.

Get the Recipe: Simple Scalloped Potatoes

Creamy Spring Peas with Pancetta

Sweet peas and smoky pancetta is a classic combination; Food Network Magazine finished this version with a lemony cream sauce.

Get the Recipe: Creamy Spring Peas With Pancetta

Easter Bunny Centerpiece

Insert homemade bunny cookies into a wheat grass tray and scatter with eggs to create an edible Easter centerpiece.

Get the Recipe: Easter Bunny Centerpiece

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