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Perfect Puff Pastry Recipes for a Gluten-Free Easter

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At GeeFree, we love nothing more than joining together with family and friends for a food-focused celebration. With the six delicious recipes below, we’re pretty sure that our gluten-free Easter menu is the best ever. Take a look at these perfect puff pastry recipes for Easter, and get ready for a feast.

Appetizer: Asparagus Puffs

Start your holiday meal with a savory appetizer to give your guests a taste of what’s to come. These asparagus puffs from Eating Richly balance buttery puff pastry with fresh, seasonal asparagus. Add a touch of lemon zest and a little goat cheese, and you have the perfect appetizer to kick off your holiday meal.

Appetizer: Cheesy Mushroom Spinach Pastry

Who says appetizers have to be on the light side? This cheesy mushroom spinach pastry from Whitney Bond is packed with meaty mushrooms, savory spinach, and gooey cheddar, all wrapped up in beautiful puff pastry.

Don’t have time to whip up this gorgeous appetizer? Our ready-to-bake gluten-free spanakopita make for delicious vegetarian appetizers, and they’re always a hit with crowds!

Main Course: Egg, Cheese & Bacon Breakfast Tart

This egg, cheese, and bacon breakfast tart is one of our all-time favorite ways to start the day. This beauty is already gluten-free, as the recipe features our gluten-free puff pastry, along with eggs, mushrooms, and cheddar and mozzarella cheeses. Add your choice of bacon, and this breakfast tart is guaranteed to be the most popular item on your Easter table.

Main Course: Roasted Vegetable & Egg Tarts

If you want to add a few extra veggies to the menu, these roasted vegetable and egg tarts from Sprinkled With Jules look fantastic. The puff pastry tarts couldn’t be easier to make, and once you top them with sliced peppers and an egg, they bake up in a snap. For Easter, we’d consider dressing them up with even more seasonal veggies, like asparagus.

Sweet Treat: Puff Pastry Eggs

These puff pastry eggs from Martha Stewart look savory, but they’re delightful little treats that add just a hint of sweetness to your Easter brunch. To make them, start with a puff pastry eggshell, and then add a dollop of tart lemon curd in the center. Even better, get the kids to help make these sweet treats!

Sweet Treat: Puff Pastry Easter Basket

This puff pastry Easter basket from I Am Baker almost looks too good to eat. You’ll definitely want to dig in, though, because inside the colorful basket are layers of cream cheese and blueberry preserves. Customize this Easter basket with your preferred colors and fruits, and you’ll be sure to wow your guests.

No matter how you celebrate this springtime holiday, your gluten-free Easter menu just got much easier. Shop online for our gluten-free puff pastry or take a peek at our store locator, and get ready for an Easter meal everyone will love.

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