Recipes and Activities for a Low Carb Easter at Home

Recipes and Activities for a Low Carb Easter at Home

While Easter is typically a time for family gatherings or brunches at your favorite restaurant, this year is definitely a bit different. Fortunately, you can still make the day special and break out of your routine (or lack of) with some delicious and naturally low carb Easter recipes featuring the fresh flavors of spring and fun Easter traditions you can safely do, even while sheltering in place. 

To start, take your pick from these low carb Easter recipes. They work perfectly, whether you’re planning an Easter brunch or early dinner (at home, of course), and they also feature some immune-system-boosting ingredients. 

Barbecued Glazed Ham

The star of your meal features a hint of spice and smoke, with a sweet (yet sugar-free) apricot glaze. Keep reading, as I’ll also show you a couple recipes for your ham leftovers.

Leg of Lamb with Garlic and Parsley 

Lamb is also a traditional Easter main dish. Fresh garlic adds some zest to the meal, and acts as a cold-fighting antioxidant.

Salmon and Asparagus Sheet Pan

If you’d like to do something different, salmon is a great choice, plus it is high in healthy omega-3 fats and can help reduce inflammation and protect against colds.

Salmon Cakes with Avocado Tartar Sauce

This fresh, spring take on crab cakes also features avocado, a good source of healthy fats.

Creamy Red Cabbage with Dill

Cabbage is a traditional Passover side dish but goes great with Easter lamb as well. Cabbage also has a multitude of health benefits, such as…

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