There’s almost nothing that says Easter like marshmallow treats! This homemade marshmallow chicks recipe is easy, delicious, and gives your marshmallow treats that irresistible homemade taste.
This tartine recipe topped with pickled egg, dill, and black pepper is truly a treat for the eye and for the taste buds. The eggs are pickled with beet juice, which makes a beautiful color and adds a hint of sweetness to your appetizer.
All week we’ve given you recipes and ideas for the perfect Easter brunch. To finish off the week keeping to theme, we’re giving you the last piece to the perfect Easter brunch. Fruit cups add a touch of refreshing sweetness that everyone craves after a great meal. Add a fruit cup to complete your brunch spread made up of individual monkey bread, savory muffins, lemon madeleines, and individual baked egg tarts.
The madeleine, often called a cookie, is a sweet, delicious, sponge cake that originated in northeastern France. They are the perfect baked treat to serve at any party.
Try this lemon madeleine recipe with a rose water glaze for a unique twist on these classic cakes.
The secret to a great brunch is all in the muffin, especially if it’s a savory muffin. Add some herbs and a little cheese for a muffin that is simply irresistible.
Individual baked eggs are the perfect way to serve everyone their own complete breakfast all wrapped up in an adorable tart pan. The best part about them is how easy they are to make. Not to mention, they are a beautiful addition to your brunch spread and taste delicious!
Who doesn’t love that crispy crunch of the classic potato chip? Just because you might be eating healthier, doesn’t mean you need to give up your favorite snacks. You can easily make healthy homemade chips from vegetables that actually taste great. Use a beet root to make a flavorful rosemary crisp or a sweet potato for the classic chip. Follow this simple recipe for the salty snack you won’t feel guilty for eating.
These adorable Easter treats are the perfect spring snack or a great sweet ending to your Easter brunch. Serve them in a small dish with some crushed Oreos for an adorable garden of chocolate carrot strawberries.
Decorating your sugar eggs is completely up to your personal preference. You can’t go wrong decorating these cute little keepsakes. We’ll show you how to decorate your sugar eggs, what icing works best, and how to seal your two halves together, however, feel free to let your own creative spirit take over when it comes to the decorating details of your own egg.