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Get ready for Easter dinner with these classic and traditional recipes!Easter is in a few days and that means pretty soon people will be flocking to your house dressed to the nines, waiting to hunt eggs and ready to eat. If you haven’t made a menu yet, don’t fret! Stores still have lots of classic Easter ingredients on sale perfect for the upcoming holiday.

I think my favorite things to eat at Easter (and holidays in general) are classic, comforting foods that are rich in tradition. The recipes I’ve found for menu plans this week are for an all-around classic Easter dinner.

*These prices are based off of averages and are subject to change weekly

Old Fashioned Ham with Brown Sugar & Mustard Glaze – recipe

ham – 75¢ lb
mustard – 50¢
brown sugar – 50¢
honey – $3.50

Four-Cheese Scalloped Potatoes – recipe

shredded cheese – $2
potatoes – $1.99 (5 lb bag)

Green Beans with Tomatoes – recipe

onions – $1.99 (3 lb bag)
olive oil – $2.50
green beans – 99¢ lb
canned tomatoes – 41¢

Classic Deviled Eggs – recipe

eggs – 99¢
mayonnaise – $1.50
mustard – 50¢

Super Moist Carrot Cake – recipe

brown sugar – 50¢
greek yogurt – 67¢
all-purpose flour – $1.99 (5 lb bag)
carrots – $1

See more menu plans!