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Monkey Bread Muffins

With refrigerated rolls and a few everyday ingredients on hand, you can have ooey gooey warm caramel rolls ready anytime. And kids love eating monkey bread!

Overnight Egg and Sausage Casserole

Egg bakes are great make-ahead dishes for busy times or holidays. They require time for the bread to soak up the custard mixture, so spend a few minutes assembling the casserole the night before and have this yummy family favorite dish ready to bake for brunch in the morning.

Cream Cheese Sugar Cookie Cutouts

Start a tradition of decorating Easter cookies with the kids or grandkids. This dough is easy to work with and the cookies are sturdy enough for little hands to do the decorating.

Mini Cheesecake Nests

Fun and festive individual cheesecakes are easy to serve! The papers peel right off, so there's no time spent slicing. Just serve on a platter or on individual dessert plates.

Garden Patch Cupcakes

Kids will enjoy decorating these fun cupcakes with chocolate crumb "dirt" and that naughty bunny Peter Rabbit.

Lemon Mint Peas

Garden peas are a classic spring vegetable. Lemon and a hint of mint add to the fresh spring flavor.

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Fresh Fruit Platter with Ginger Lime Dressing

This beautiful fruit platter can be made ahead. Peel and slice the fruit, and store each kind separately in the refrigerator. Prepare the dressing and refrigerate until serving time. Just arrange the fruit and whisk the dressing before serving.

Cherry-Glazed Ham

Slightly tangy cherry sauce adds a beautiful glaze to the ham. Served as an accompaniment sauce, it enhances the smoky flavor.

Easter Fun

Encourage the young guests at your Easter celebration to run for their candy and hunt for their eggs!

Basket Bonanza

Easter baskets are traditionally all about the candy, but you can treat the basket recipient to a whole lot of fun by changing things up a bit.

Lovely Lilies

Spring has (finally) sprung and you’ll likely want to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Even when you’re indoors, you can stay mindful of nature’s bounty and beauty by arranging vibrant floral bouquets and bringing them inside.

Semolina-Crusted Alaskan Halibut

Semolina is a bit courser than most flour, has an awesome texture and creates a great crust for Alaska halibut. I really enjoy semolina and seafood together. It’s a simple and humble pairing that lends itself to all kinds of sauces and flavors. It won’t distract you from the most important thing on the plate: the fish!

Lemongrass Lemon Meringue Pie

Bursting with fresh lemon taste, this pie is a springtime classic. Serve & enjoy the sweet and tart flavors of this delicious dessert.

Lavender Collins Cocktail

Created by: Hannah Hagler, Champagne Lifestyle

There’s something refreshing about a cocktail with a mix of floral and citrus flavors. This Lavender Collins Cocktail is the perfect mix of sweet (from a lavender-infused syrup) and tart (from lemon juice). The club soda topping gives it a nice sparkling twist.

8 Ways to Welcome Spring

I love making small changes to my home to welcome the coming seasons. Spring is one of my favorite seasons because it reminds me of flowers, fruit and sunshine. Below are some of my favorite ways to ring in the spring season.

Breakfast Enchiladas

Created by: Ashley Torres, Pursuit of Shoes

Who doesn’t love enchiladas? The melted cheese mixed with the flavors of the sauce and meat are delicious. Combine this with breakfast, the best meal of the day, and you’ve got the perfect idea!

Coconut Overload Cupcakes with Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting

Created by: Cathy Pollack, Noble Pig

Cupcakes are not just for children (grownups love them too!), especially when they're soft, sweet and full of flavor. While cake mix versions are convenient, adults are often looking for something with a little more complexity, originality, substance and charm. However, I will say even the older crowd loves a really good frosting. 

A Healthier Easter for Your Kids

Created by: By: Molly Hembree, RDN, LD - Dietitian

Make this Easter both entertaining and health conscious for you and your family by following some of these helpful tips.

Party Plan Bunny Hop Brunch

No matter the color of the eggs in your fridge, we make it easy to host a sunny, springtime celebration this Easter. Full of brunch classics and sweet treats, these recipes are as simple to prepare as they are to share with your guests. Explore our Easter menu.

Cheesy Ham & Apple Cups

These perfectly portioned mini-casseroles use mustard and crisp apples to strike a balance between sweet and savory.

Honey Dijon Deviled Eggs

A hint of honey adds a heavenly touch to these deviled eggs. For an elegant touch, use a pastry bag with a decorative tip to pipe the filling, and garnish with a sprig of dill or a sprinkle of paprika.

Mixed-Berry Cream Parfaits

These layered parfaits can be just as colorful as dying eggs. Mix and match your favorite fruits and yogurts for a varied look on a platter, or just set out the ingredients and let your guests get creative.

Lovely Leek Quiche

No need to learn how to flip an omelet for a successful brunch. With a pre-made piecrust and little time in the oven, it’s easy to whip up an egg dish that will have guests serving themselves in seconds.

Peachy Mimosas

Can’t decide between a Mimosa or a Bellini? You don’t have to with this sparkling peach nectar and orange juice cocktail that mixes the best of both.

Morning Glory Carrot Cake

There won’t be many carrots left for the Easter bunny after your guests get a hold of this tender carrot cake with cream cheese and flaked coconut frosting.

Cheesy Au Gratin Potato Cupcakes

This potato gratin recipe has all the mouth-watering appeal of everyone’s favorite cheese and potato dish, but eliminates the intensive prep work.

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