Don’t like traditional ways to dye Easter Eggs? Here are some alternative and fun ideas to dye Easter eggs. Happy Easter!Continue Reading
Easter is almost here! If you are on the hunt for the most impressive and creative Easter bread recipes then you are at the right place. I have gathered some interesting and cute ideas for Easter bunnies, birds, sheep, etc. so you could make a fun Easter Table. I hope that you`ll like them and get inspired from the photos below. So get creative!Continue Reading
Easter is just around the corner, so I searched the internet for the most creative and interesting Easter recipe ideas. I was impressed by this cross shaped Easter bread that I found on the Russian site Sugarbreads . I feel so lucky I speak Russian so I could translate this recipe and share it with you. Have fun!Continue Reading
4 Tablespoons Butter
1 package (10 Ounces) Mini Marshmallows
6 cups Rice Krispies
Small Chocolate Easter Eggs
Plastic Easter Eggs
In a large saucepan, melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until melted. Remove from heat, then add rice cereal and stir until well coated.
Lightly spray interior of the plastic eggs with non-stick cooking spray. If mixture is too sticky, you can also spray your hands. Fill both sides of the plastic egg with rice cereal mixture, slightly over-filling one side. Press chocolate egg in the center on one side of the egg, then close the plastic egg to shape it. (It should be full enough to meet with a little resistance as you close it.) Gently release the rice cereal egg from the mold, decorate with your choice of sprinkles and set aside in egg crate until set.
I have collected 10 different and fun ways to color your eggs for a fresh Spring table. Enjoy!
1. Foiled Eggs
Who knew the fabled golden egg could look so cool! Colorfully dyed eggs get a bit of bling from gold or copper foil, and while the look is luxe, the foil is surprisingly affordable. Also the copper is one the most popular trends in decoration since last year.Continue Reading
In three different glasses add your favourite food colours and then cut the bottom of the stem in three. The cut should be around 3-4 cm, enough to reach each of the glasses. Let the roses there for 2-3 days and your rainbow roses will be ready!
Note: In some of the roses you can see the colour change within the first hour, but for a better result the stronger the colours. Have fun trying this!Continue Reading