Make a Stress-free Easter Dinner with Full Feast Delivery

Enjoy a delicious Easter Dinner and treat yourself to some extras

Don’t spend the holiday weekend indoors prepping dinner, take the time to enjoy the Spring air. Pre-order your choice of meat or a plant-based main along with tasty and innovative chef-prepared sides your family will love. 

 Get out and enjoy that Easter egg hunt and when you return you can cook up a meal in no time. Don’t forget about ordering those items for Easter brunch, or adding some wine, beer, dessert, or sweets. 

 Follow these simple steps to pre-order your full Easter Celebration by April 6th. 

Step one: Pick Your main.   

Start your ordering process by choosing your star performer. We have an option of Ham or Oven Round Roast from our friends at Two River Meats (Platinum Alberta)All the proteins come frozen, so add your favourite rub and cook to perfection. Have questions about the full feast or protein optionsCheck out our FAQs. You also have the option to skip this step if you have another main dish in mind.    

Step two: Choose a selection of Sides.   

We have Chef created dishes to make your Easter dinner taste even more delicious! Maple glazed rainbow carrots, Potato Gratin, Green Bean & Mushroom Casserole, Arugula Salad with shaved Parm & Lemon Vinaigrette, Creamy Spring pea salad with pancetta, or Roasted Cauliflower with lemon and herbs.

 How will you choose?!   

You can go with as many sides as you like. Choose four and save 10% offadd two more and get 15% off!  


easter Dinner full feast


Step three: Turn on the oven. 

All these sides simply need to be placed in a preheated oven at 375F. Fold the lid lengthwise down the center of the lid to form a tent. Place it loosely over the tray to allow steam to escape during reheating. Place in the oven for 30-45 minutes, stirring halfway through. Cook until the internal temperature reaches 165F.   

Step four: Add your Easter treats.   

A big feast doesn’t just end there! We have a selection of pies from Salt Spring Pie Co and The Pie Hole, cookies, and other baked goods available for delivery. Or you can build a dessert board using fresh fruit, chocolate, and the Easter cookies made earlier!    



easter treat board

Step 5: Don’t Forget the wine.

Pairing wines with an Easter dinner can feel overwhelming There are so many exceptional wines to choose from. Try selecting a wine that goes well with the star performer—like your choice of protein. 

Sparkling wine

Sparkling wine is always a clever idea. Everyone enjoys celebrating (big or small) with a glass of bubbles. You can also finish with a refreshing bubble with a dessert.   


Who says rosé is for sipping‘ on the patio on a warm summer’s day? Rosé is for all year round! If you are having a traditional baked Ham this Easter, pair it with rosé. The salty and sweet indulgent flavours match a fruity Rosé.    

Riesling and Gewurztraminer

These off-dry wines are both the tried-and-true companion to a ham. The fresh, flavourful profiles have enough sweetness to balance the salt of the ham, with an even acidity that won’t compromise the flavour of either the ham or wine. It will also pair perfectly with the spring-like flavours of the side dishes.   

Cabernet Sauvignon

The flavour of well-seasoned roast beef will stand up to the big tannins of a Cabernet Sauvignon but if you are looking for a red wine that is a little lighter, try a Rioja! Alternatively, Pinot Noir is an excellent choice as it is light bodied enough for white wine drinkers and full enough for red wine lovers. At the end of the day, drink what you like!  

Sherry and Port

Finish your meal off with a nice Sherry/Port. The sweetness of both options will pair perfectly with a pie, dessert board or Chocolate. 


Now that you don’t need to worry about Easter dinner. Grab a beverage; video call your friends and family or natural dye some easter eggs with the kiddos.    


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Zoey is the social media and content coordinator at SPUD. When she is not at work you can find her making a mess in the kitchen, sipping on coffee and playing board games.

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