From ham and lamb to chocolates, here are some good options for ordering Easter food online.

By Bridget Hallinan
April 03, 2020
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Ordering Easter candy online is a snap, but it’s also easy (and a huge time-saver) to order your other Easter goods, too. There are several online meat purveyors that offer different hams and cuts of lamb; you can also get cakes and cupcakes, if you want something sweet to supplement your dinner. Read on for some great options we found to round out your Easter meal this year. 

Petite Boneless Country Ham 

Courtesy of Edwards Virginia Smokehouse

Our editors are big fans of Edwards Virginia Smokehouse ham. Although this particular ham is petite, it still serves 18-20, according to the description, so you’ll get plenty of meat out of it.

Edwards Virginia Smokehouse Cooked, Boneless Petite Country Ham, $66 at edwardsvaham.com

Half Bone-In Smoked Ham 

Courtesy of D'Artagnan

This ham also got good reviews. It’s uncured, fully-cooked, and ready to eat, smoked over applewood and seasoned with sea salt and raw cane sugar.

Berkshire Pork Bone-In Smoked Ham, Half, $80 at dartagnan.com

Rack of Lamb 

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This rack of lamb comes in a few different sizes, and you have the opportunity to choose fresh versus frozen as well.

Rack of Lamb, Frenched (Australian), $44-$52 at dartagnan.com

Boneless Leg of Lamb 

Courtesy of Debragga

This leg of lamb got great reviews from DeBragga customers—at seven pounds, it’s a hefty amount, but you can always freeze leftovers.

7 Lb Rocky Mountain Lamb Boneless Leg, $110 at debragga.com 

Jacques Torres Easter Chocolates 

Courtesy of Jacques Torres

If you have a sweet tooth, this Easter collection has you covered. It includes a chocolate-covered bunny Peep, a sprinkled Peep, two dark chocolate small hens, one caramel "Robbin’s egg carton," one chocolate foil egg carton, one milk and one dark chocolate Easter bar, and two large chocolate bunnies.

Jacques Torres Easter Bunny’s Celebration, $92 at mrchocolate.com

Pastel Easter Egg Truffles 

Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma

These speckled “egg” truffles are made with single-origin milk and dark chocolates—we love the fact that they come in their own crate.

Knipschildt Pastel Easter Egg Truffles, $40 at williams-sonoma.com

Godiva Truffle Eggs 

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You can also get truffle eggs from Godiva, and the brand’s truffle crème eggs got great reviews. They’re made with milk chocolate and chocolate fudge marshmallow. 

Large Truffle Eggs, Set of 3, $18 at godiva.com

Neuhaus Easter Egg Gift Tin 

Courtesy of Neiman Marcus

You’ll find 18 egg-shaped pralines in this tin, in a variety of milk, dark, and white chocolate flavors.

Neuhaus Chocolate Limited Edition Chocolate Easter Egg Gift Tin, $29 at neimanmarcus.com

Carrot Cake 

Courtesy of Williams-Sonoma

We Take the Cake, a small, family-owned Florida cake boutique, makes this cake using freshly grated carrots, crushed pineapple, and walnuts, with cream cheese frosting in between each layer and covering the cake as well.

We Take the Cake Carrot Layer Cake, 6”, $80 at williams-sonoma.com

Georgetown Cupcake Easter Celebration Dozen

Courtesy of Georgetown Cupcakes

Georgetown Cupcake’s Easter Celebration Dozen includes two different kinds of cupcakes. Six of them are “Easter Nest” Valrhona chocolate cupcakes, filled with dulce de leche caramel, and topped with Callebaut white chocolate buttercream frosting, a toasted coconut “nest,” and candy-coated chocolate Easter eggs. The other six are a combination of pink, purple, and yellow Tulip cupcakes, which are flavored with Madagascar Bourbon vanilla and frosted with Madagascar Bourbon vanilla buttercream, too.

Georgetown Cupcake Easter Celebration Dozen, $36 at georgetowncupcake.com