TOP 10 Easter Recipes from Around the Web

17 March, 2016 , ,

# 7 – Homemade Cadbury Cream Egg


Depending on who you ask, not everybody is overly pleased with the new Cadbury Cream Eggs. They’re smaller, more expensive, and don’t exactly have that decadent chocolate flavour we’re all used to. The solution? Make your own! Not only is it cheaper and more fun, you control the quality of your ingredients and the size of your eggs. The kids will definitely thank you!

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#6 – Easter Chick Macarons

easter chick macarons

It’s enough that macarons are absolutely delicious, but these happen to be adorable too! These sweet little morsels melt in your mouth. Have you mastered your macaron technique yet?

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#5 – Beet and Avocado Deviled Eggs


These deviled eggs are definitely not old fashioned! Beets add earthiness, sweetness, and a gorgeous pop of magenta to this classic appetizer. You’ll be surprised at how vibrant they are and how well the beet juice colours the egg. Just don’t wear white while preparing these tasty bites!

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#4 – Mini Lemon Coconut Bundt Cakes

mini lemon coconut bundt cakes

Easter means brunch and brunch means an excuse to have sweets early in the day. There may be fewer things better than these cute little bundt cakes. Covered in dessicated coconut and full of bright lemony goodness, they’re a great way to indulge your sweet tooth. Bet you can’t have just one!

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