Are you ovo-lacto? I eat a very limited amount of egg and dairy usually, but for Easter I tend to go all out with those and eat things I don't make any other time of the year. Last year for Easter, I made a spring greens salad, deviled eggs, macaroni and cheese, corn casserole, yeast rolls, roasted asparagus, and cheesecake with homemade cherry topping for dessert.
I like to have a menu that highlights yummy spring vegetables and also eggs & dairy to break the Lenten fast. The corn casserole is something that is yummy that I generally never make because it's high fat/calorie, but it's always a hit with omnis, and is great for vegtable haters. I figure if I can't tempt them with the asparagus and salad, more for me! And at least I can trick them into eating a quasi-vegetable if I hide it in an eggy casserole.
The good thing about ham for Easter is at least you don't have to prepare it, just buy the thing.