Ham Feast Straight to Your Home — Here’s How to Get Easter Dinner Delivered
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Between braving the grocery store to try and throw elbows for the biggest ham, to accommodating all the dietary restrictions around your dinner table, planning a complete Easter feast can be stressful for anyone this time of year. Even if you feel like all you want to do is let your guests go to town on leftover chocolate and Reese’s eggs (which are better than their Christmas trees, in our opinion), you don’t have to be standing over the stove in the kitchen the whole day to create a successfully delicious spread.
That’s why the best Easter meal delivery services already come from some of our favorite dinner kits or speciality meat delivery companies. They’ll help with cooking a festive meal when you don’t have the energy or the (lamb) chops to put the dishes on the table. Bonus: These seasonal pre-prepped kits, or fully-cooked meals in some cases, will also save you a supermarket run with all the classic elements of a traditional dinner.
Looking for the quintessential Easter dinner staples liked glazed hams, lamb, or pork chops? You can get these meats delivered with all the several mouthwatering sides like roasted veggies or potatoes (cooked any way you can imagine). Some services even include Easter desserts like carrot cake, or brunch classics like sweet breads and pastries, so you can stress as little about the end of the meal as you will about getting that main dish cooked all the way through. So if you want an easy way to enjoy Easter with less meal planning stress, check out our top Easter dinner delivery services below, and order now to make sure they’ll arrive before the festivities.
What Are the Best Easter Dinner Delivery Services?
We selected these Easter dinner delivery services based on menu quality, range of a la carte and gourmet options offered, and ease of ordering. Here’s a breakdown of the best Easter dinners you can order online now.
BEST OVERALL: Harry & David
BEST FULL DINNER: Williams Sonoma
BEST FOR MAINS: Omaha Steaks
BEST FOR SIDES AND DESSERTS: Goldbelly
BEST FOR BRUNCH: Blue Apron
BEST VEGETARIAN: Purple Carrot
1. Harry & David
Fancy the idea of chowing down on dinner that feels gourmet, but requires little to no prep on your part? Harry & David has the best offerings for traditional holiday meals designed to be heat and serve, whether it’s on the stove or in the oven. For Easter, choose from feasts centered around a whole protein like spiral ham or prime rib, three crowd-pleasing sides, and one exceptional dessert. You can pick from a range of options for a la carte desserts and main meats, but we like the Gourmet Ham dinner, which includes a ham with honey glaze, creamy snap peas with bacon, scalloped potatoes, a frittata, and a New York-style original cheesecake.
You can order an Easter dinner that serves 8-10 people (the ham dinner is $219.99), and check one more thing off your seasonal to-do list.
Buy Harry & David Easter Dinner Delivery $134.99+
2. Williams Sonoma
If you’re the indecisive type, Williams Sonoma will deliver an easy-to-prepare, family-friendly holiday dinner, all alongside other gourmet meal options. For a limited time, Williams Sonoma will also deliver a variety of desserts, from carrot cake, to Easter four-layer cakes, along with pastry Easter brunch options, but we prepare their complete Easter dinner, which serves six to eight people.
The Easter Complete Easter Ham Dinner menu includes a traditional bourbon-glazed ham, classic Parker House rolls, and made-from-scratch seasonal sides (with lots of veg) including Green Bean Almondine and Maple Squash Au Gratin, to name a few. The whole meal is shipped frozen, so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time with loved ones.
Buy Williams Sonoma Complete Easter Dinner $259.99
3. Omaha Steaks
For those who know that the ham (or lamb) is the real star of the show on the dinner table, Omaha Steaks has been delivering spiral hams and prepped meals since before meal kits even began to surge in popularity, and they’re still doing it right years later. Where else can you get all the gourmet-level Easter sides you expect, and then a bunch of prime cuts of meat?
This isn’t called the “Create Your Perfect Easter Dinner” for no reason — there’s many ways to customize your holiday for four to eight people, and you can choose from a fully-cooked prime rib roast, butcher’s cut Chateaubriand, or a sugar-glazed country ham. Then you can pick three sides and two desserts from multiple options, all of which are sure to please (even though we know the meat is the real crowd-pleaser here).
Buy Omaha Steaks Easter Dinner $179.99
Yes, Goldbelly has more Easter dinners you can order online than pigs on a farm (one of the editor’s picks being a $199 hickory-smoked whole spiral ham with apricot-molasses glaze). But that’s not what we’re here for today. We’re here for the side and desserts, one of the most underrated, yet integral, parts of the Easter meal.
We get it — you’re so laser-focused on glazing that ham for six hours that you don’t even have time to think about a carrot cake. So let Goldbelly think about it for you, a marketplace where you can get desserts delivered from famous bakeries and pastry chefs all across the nation. Our recommendation? Brooklyn’s infamous Junior’s Cheesecake. Known for their super-creamy cheesecake, it’s a serious beast of a dessert that serves 12 to 14, with layers of traditional carrot cake, made from fresh carrots and cinnamon, and frosted with Junior’s own cream cheese frosting.
Buy Goldbelly Easter Desserts $69.95+
5. Blue Apron
Some years, you just want to plop some some canned biscuits onto the plate for brunch. Other years, it’s pinkies up at the table. This year’s Blue Apron’s Brunch Box is for the latter. Yes, the chefs from our favorite meal delivery kit flexed their culinary muscles and brought out upscale touches to old seasonal favorites for your next Easter brunch.
While not explicitly Easter-themed, this Spring brunch menu lets you skip the wait for a weekend table at a restaurant and bring home a brunch that satisfies every palette. You’ll get everything from Overnight French Toast Bake with Blueberries and Lemon Curd, to a Cheesy Asparagus Quiche with Romesco Aioli & Marinated Artichokes ($119.99 per box) for couples or families. You’ll need a few hours to chop, cook, and serve your picks, but you won’t need to brave the grocery store to serve this classy spread.
Buy Blue Apron Brunch Seasonal Box $119.99
6. Purple Carrot
For all you plant-based folks out there, you won’t be forced to suffer through another year of picking at cheesy potatoes and side dishes alone — Purple Carrot’s got you covered. This year’s box forgoes the usual meat-substitute trappings (you won’t find anything Impossible in here), instead smartly going for a Quinoa-Suffed Delicata Squash with homemade biscuits as the main course.
You may have even forgotten how veggie-forward Easter meals tend to be anyways, because other sides like their stuffed zucchini and rustic ciabatta stuffing with root vegetables also shine. You’ll get the full meal (along with a twist on the classic carrot cake topped with coconut bliss) for $75, although you can add specific dishes to any weekly order.
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