Love the colors. All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes Use these all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create Easter eggs in beautifully subdued shades. Leave eggs soaking in the dye in the refrigerator overnight for the richest colors.
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Creamy Fruit-Filled Crepes Paper-thin crepes are a perfect (and pretty) way to end brunch on a sweet note. Smear on a spoonful of honey-vanilla Greek yogurt, then bedazzle with fresh berries for a light, juicy treat.
Make brunch the main meal of the day by serving this hearty entree as the centerpiece of your Easter brunch menu. Don't be intimidated: This lamb entree is as easy as Rubbing with herbs, Roasting, and Allowing to rest before slicing.
Marbled Easter Egg Truffles Brighten your Easter baskets by filling them with homemade candy instead of the store-bought variety. These Marbled Easter Egg Truffles are filled with a rich, smooth white chocolate ganache that can be flavored with any extr
Nutty Honey Mini Rolls:Refrigerated crescent rolls get a cozy (and quick!) makeover, thanks to a cinnamon-almond filling and sweet honey icing. The muffin tin minis can also be stuffed with your favorite fall fruit, and are ready in just 35 minutes.