Get 42 delicious spring recipes. March, April, and May are the best time to get the delicious, fresh flavors of the season. These recipes will become family favorites!
Let’s get a little head start on spring and spring flavors with 42 delicious, fresh spring recipes. Spring is the time for asparagus, leeks, lemons, peas, tender fresh herbs, and more! These lovely spring ingredients are mixed with pasta, Parmesan, blueberries, and eggs to make recipes that sing with spring!
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Asparagus Lemon Pasta
This beautiful pasta bowl recipe only takes 30 minutes to make and is a gourmet delight! It has the perfect balance of fresh spring vegetables, Parmesan, and cream.
The pasta is infused with lemon and spring vegetables. Perfect for lent. The step-by-step images are great!
A little lemon zest as a garnish will give this recipe an extra punch of flavor.
Thanks, Christina at It’s A Keeper.
Hot Cross Buns
These beautiful yeast buns are an Easter weekend tradition. They are infused with a soft spicy flavor and orange zest.
I’m making these over the weekend to enjoy with company and then making them for Easter morning.
These beautiful buns remind me of my childhood!
Thanks, Sam at Sugar Spun Run.
Best Egg Salad Recipe
I love egg salad. Many of us make it with leftover eggs at Easter. But why wait until Easter to make this delicious recipe!
This egg salad includes pickles and pickle juice in its flavor profile. Never throw out pickle juice there are so many ways to use it.
Add fresh herbs like finely chopped chives, parsley, or fresh dill to garnish this egg salad. And don’t forget a good shake of salt and pepper.
Thanks for the delicious egg salad recipe, Belly Full.
Classic Irish Soda Bread
I love quick bread. No kneading, no rising, no yeast, no waiting! This classic Irish Soda Bread is so easy to make because the leavens are baking soda and baking powder.
This recipe makes such a lovely dense, soft tender crumb and a crunchy top!
I like to eat this bread a little warm slathered with butter or grilled or toasted. Make this all year round! It will be a family favorite.
Asparagus is a spring thing in my area. At StoneGable the asparagus in our asparagus patch grew like weeds!
This recipe puts such a pretty and tasty twist on a spring veggie. Asparagus is placed in a casserole dish and covered with an alfredo sauce, cheese, and breadcrumbs! Oh, YUM!
Thanks, Natasha at Natasha’s Kitchen.
Classic Angel Food Cake
Angel food cake reminds me of spring! It’s tall and light and has a fluffy texture! This recipe is made with only 7 ingredients! This is an easy recipe!
Just whip the egg white into soft peaks, add the ingredients, and bake. You will never go back to a box mix again!
Thanks, Jaclyn at Crayons And Cravings.
Cream Cheese And Smoked Salmon Vol Au Vents
The word vol au vents (vol-e-vants) makes me weak in the knees! Vol au vent means “windblown” in French. They are delicate puff pastry cups waiting to be filled with sweet or savory goodness!
Iryna shows us just how easy it is to make this beautiful little spring appetizer with store-bought pastry. The vol au vents are filled with a delightful cream cheese mustard mixture with fresh herbs.
Cream Cheese And Smoke Salmon Vol Au Vents will be the star of any spring party!
Thanks, Iryna from Lavender And Macarons.
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