In the Kitchen

It’s not Easter without an Easter egg. There are many ways to make eggs a part of your Easter tradition, whether you decorate with them, dye them, or eat them.

Here are three eggcelent recipes to make you see and taste Easter eggs in a whole new light!

  • Eggs on Eggs

    Deviled eggs turned on their side take a delicious classic to the next level by adding caviar as a garnish.

  • Egg Blossoms

    This is the perfect way to dress up your eggs! Easily made with beaten eggs and phyllo dough in a mini muffin pan.

  • Easter Eggs and Bacon

    This year, instead of hard boiled, your dyed shells will contain a savory egg custard topped with Prosciutto.

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