Last-Minute Easy Easter Eats for a Simple and Fun Holiday
Spring is upon us, and Easter is less than a week away. Whether you’re planning an at-home brunch or looking for some new ideas to spruce up your traditional Easter spread, there are a number of delicious recipes and easy creations you can add to your holiday repertoire this year.
Carrot Cake Jam Photo
Carrots are also an Easter classic that should not be reserved just for the bunnies. Carrot cake jam is a fun twist on the typical sweet dessert. Sweetened with crushed pineapple and spices, this jam tastes just like a slice of carrot cake. Perfect when spread on a scone or bread, or even wrapped and gifted inside an Easter basket.
Coconut Nest Cupcakes Photo
Your backyard isn’t the only place where you can find a birds nest. These adorable coconut nest cupcakes are the perfect dessert to follow your Easter meal. Layering white cupcakes with coconut, cream cheese frosting, and lemon curd makes for a delicious edible nest. Half pint jelly jars are the perfect vessels for these individual treats.
Source: At the Picket Fence
Easy Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Jam
Ham is a common staple for the dinner table on Easter, and the salty meat pairs perfectly with a sweet condiment. This year, instead of serving fruit itself, make your own pineapple upside-down cake jam. The combination of pineapples and cherries is delicious when used as a glaze or simple side.
Speckled Egg Jar Photo
Stepping outside of the kitchen, if you’re feely crafty and want to depart from the typical wicker Easter basket, try swapping for Easter jars. These DIY speckled quart jars look just like duck eggs and make the perfect container for marshmallow bunnies, chocolate eggs, and other candy favorites.
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