Easter Pie is a specialty in many Italian homes, so mothers make sure their daughters master the recipe to ensure that the tradition continues.
—Barbara Tierney, Farmington, Connecticut
Italian Garden Frittata
I like to serve this pretty Italian Garden Frittata with melon wedges for a delicious breakfast or brunch.
—Sally Maloney, Dallas, Georgia
Sweetened Ricotta with Berries
Ricotta is a lovely "fast" cheese that can be made from whole milk, skim milk or whey. This creamy Sweetened Ricotta with Berries dessert is luscious topped with raspberries or strawberries.
—Matthew Lawrence La Boucherie, Vashon, Washington
Italian Spinach Salad
Here's a quick, colorful Italian Spinach Salad as refreshing as springtime itself. It's also pretty as a picture and a great way to use up all those extra hard-cooked Easter eggs!
—Gloria Warczak, Cedarburg, Wisconsin
Italian Sausage Strata
Your family will love this pretty Italian Sausage Strata casserole, and you'll love that it can be made ahead so you don't have to fuss on Easter morning.
—Suzette Jury, Keene, California
Italian Cream Cake
Here's a scrumptious cake that melts in your mouth and makes you say, "Mil a Grazi!" (Thanks a million.) Pecan lovers will eagerly accept a second slice of this Italian Cream Cake.
—Marilyn Morel, Keene, New Hampshire
Sweet Peas Parma
Sweet Peas Parma is a simple side with delicious Italian flavors. Peas get dressed up for dinner with just a few easy additions. Don't skip this one!
—Jill Anderson, Sleepy Eye, Minnesota
Magnolia Dream Cheesecake
Your guests will be amazed when they learn that this gorgeous Magnolia Dream Cheesecake was made by you. This Italian-style dessert is flavored with a delightful combination of hazelnut and peach.
—Charlene Chambers, Ormond Beach, Florida
Italian Easter Bread
This traditional Italian Easter Bread is topped with colored raw eggs, which cook as the bread bakes. It makes for a pretty centerpiece.
—June Formanek, Belle Plaine, Iowa
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