What Can You Eat On Easter Sunday?

Can you eat eggs on Easter Sunday?

This means that ‘officially’ Easter eggs can be eaten anytime after Maundy Thursday (April 10), but for peak Easter-goodness you should wait and eat them on Easter Sunday (April 12).

But really, there are no set rules about waiting to eat your eggs..

What’s good for Easter dinner?

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What can you eat on Easter Friday?

Tradition says that fish is the meal of choice on Good Friday although many won’t know the reason for this. Christians have abstained from eating meat on Good Friday for centuries and many people, religious or not, choose to eat fish on the Friday before Easter Sunday.

What do you eat on Easter Saturday?

Perhaps the most popular food associated with Easter, boiled eggs are commonly more of a decorative feature, but it is customary to have a hard (or if you prefer it soft) boiled egg for breakfast on the Easter weekend.

What can you not eat on Easter?

Then there’s the tradition of eggs being linked to Lent. Six weeks before Easter (aka Lent) is when Christians abstain from eating animal products such as meat, eggs and dairy. So by the time Easter comes around, people are keen to get stuck in again.