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9 Ways to Save Money on Easter Dinner with Food on the Table

By Kelsey Banfield |

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This week my friend Sarah Bovagnet from Food on the Table stopped by some great tips on how to save money on Easter dinner this year!

The warmth and sunshine of springtime has finally arrived, accompanied by the excitement and stress of planning the perfect Easter dinner for your family and friends. When the time comes to sit and feast, we want you to relax and enjoy the festivities without having to worry about the money spent leading up to the big dinner. Thankfully, keeping the expenses to a minimum and the celebrations to a maximum just takes a bit of preparation and thinking ahead. Here are 9 ways to save money on Easter dinner!

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9 Ways to Save Money on Easter Dinner with Food on the Table

Use Leftovers Wisely

To avoid throwing untouched leftovers out after a couple days in the fridge, use a bit of creativity and online research to find endless recipe ideas for what’s left of your Easter dinner. Whether you choose to make omelets for breakfast or a ham salad for lunch, you’ll be sure to find some good ideas.
Make a leftover Easter egg salad sandwich

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Kelsey Banfield

Kelsey Banfield is the food writer and the founder of The Naptime Chef. She writes a daily food column for Babble Food and her food writing has also appeared in the places like Parents magazine, and Martha Stewart Living. Kelsey lives in southern Connecticut with her husband and daughter. Read bio and latest posts → Read Kelsey's latest posts →

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