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{Today I’ve partnered with Crate and Barrel to share with you this fun and simple Easter Dinner Menu!!:)}

A Simple Easter Dinner | @hbharvest

As you guys know I’m in Chicago this weekend (follow along on Snapchat: hbharvest), but I wanted to make sure to check in super fast and share this fun Easter post I did with my friends at Crate and Barrel.

I love all things Easter so I am beyond excited about this post. For one, how cute is the table?!? I mean, can you tell I am SO ready for spring or what? Two?! This dinner menu! It’s classic Easter, but with a little twist…and that twist would be… chocolate! Hehe, I am totally serious!! The menu is inspired by the movie Chocolat with Johnny Depp. And guys, this menu is no joke. I’m talking slow roasted lamb, potatoes, sides, and the cutest little chocolate bunnies for dessert. It’s a simple menu, but one that will please all and is so fun to prepare!

For all the recipes and photos, head on over to the Crate and Barrel Blog.

OH, and before I leave you, today is the last day to vote for your favorite Better Homes and Garden Blogger, SO I’d be super excited, and appreciative, if you guys would head on over and vote one last time. Please and thank you!!

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Check out the simple Easter Dinner Menu HERE, and have a great Sunday!!

PS. Aren’t those bunnies the cutest?!?

{This post is sponsored by Crate and Barrel. They provided me with the products listed within this post! Big thanks to Crate and Barrel, and a big thanks to you, for supporting the brands that keep Half Baked Harvest cooking!! }

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  1. Hello! How do we access the recipes for this post? I’ve tried searching on crate and barrel but no search results were returned for this post on the blog. Thank you!

    1. Hi Jenna,
      So sorry, this post is from 2016, I no longer have access to them. Please let me know if I can help in any other way! xx

  2. I can’t find this recipe anywhere and am hoping to get my hands on your recommendations for lamb on Easter. Since this recipe isn’t on C&B’s website anymore, any chance you can share it here?

  3. I had friends over for dinner last night and made this lamb and potatoes.. and it was AMAZING. Super simple to make, incredibly delicious, and seemed so impressive! Definitely a keeper!

  4. Hi, Tieghan! I’ve been drooling over this post, ran it by hubs, and thos is totally what I’m fixing Sunday! Do you think lamb shanks would work in place of the leg of lamb? I’m just cooking for the two of us. Thanks for the inspiration!

  5. What was the movie that inspired this menu?

    It looks absolutely gorgeous! I’m always a little hesitant to make lamb, but I think I may have to give your dish a try in a few weekends here… 🙂
    Thanks for the recipes, Tieghan!

  6. Love your styling and such fabulous pictures. Those bunnies and the flowers are simply stunning.
    Enjoy in Chicago.