By Jen Ong Tone MHSc RD, #HalfYourPlate Registered Dietitian

With Easter just around the corner, people across the country would normally be planning family gatherings involving lots of food and good cheer. However, the pandemic has left many people wondering, “how am I going to celebrate Easter this year?”

Be sure that you use this time to connect with family or friends virtually, whether it’s over Sunday brunch or Easter dinner. When it comes to food, keep the traditions going by continuing to cook classic dishes like glazed carrots, scalloped potatoes, or carrot cake, and consider freezing leftovers for future use. Regardless, you should use this as an opportunity to fill Half Your Plate with fruits and veggies, and discover new recipes to try!

1) Blueberry raspberry focaccia

blueberry raspberry focaccia

2) Carrot apple pancake

Carrot and Apple Pancakes

3) Roasted broccoli and cauliflower crustless quiche

Roasted broccoli and cauliflower quiche

4) Grilled sweet potato and chickpea salad

Grilled Sweet Potato and Chickpea Salad

5) Potato and sage and olive fans

Sage and Olive Potato Fan

6) Warm carrot salad

Warm Carrot Salad from BC Fresh

7) Asparagus and pea risotto


8) Roasted orange ginger asparagus

9) Carrot and pineapple cake

Carrot Pineapple Cake Full

10) Grilled fruit salad

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