You all know that I am the queen of half-way homemade in my kitchen and I cannot wait to serve these bite-size treats this Easter! I mean, aren’t these so preshy?! You could fill them with any tasty bite but we wanted to create an Egg in a Basket look to celebrate the Blessing of Easter.

Egg in a Basket

Course: Breakfast
Servings: 6

Equipment

  • muffin tin

Ingredients

  • 1 bag shredded hash browns 20-30 oz
  • 4 tbsp oil
  • salt to taste
  • pepper to taste
  • 1 egg

Instructions

  • In a bowl combine ingredients
  • Spray muffin tin with cooking spray
  • Press hash brown mixture up and along the edges to create a nest shape
  • Bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until you notice the potatoes
    turning golden brown in color
  • Remove the nest carefully and fill with boiled eggs, or an egg, chicken or tuna salad.
  • Garnish your nest with your favorite herbs and serve on a festive Easter or Spring plate

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ho is ready for Spring? I am all kinds of ready! Even more so, when I opened my box of goodies from Jaye’s Studio. The bunny stakes and cachepots made me hippity hop!
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Who’s in charge of desserts this Easter? Listen, there is no shame in the grocery store bakery game! And I’ll share a little secret with you. I rarely bake from scratch but that doesn’t mean that I will not add a little happiness to our celebrations by adding a few chocolate candy eggs and shaving a chocolate bar over these grocery store cupcakes. There are so many things that we are tasked to do as mommas and wives, let’s not take the joy out of intentionally celebrating just because we feel the pressure to bake from scratch each holiday season! Use your resources, like a grocery store bakery, and sign up for all the desserts this year!

Fun Fact: grocery store bakeries, always change their flavors and styles with the seasons AND don’t be afraid to place a custom order for exactly what you need! These specific cupcakes were pre-made carrot cake with cream cheese icing. DELICIOUS!


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Is it just me or do Spring crafts spark a little extra creativity?!? We decided to whip out some paint and paintbrushes to create these beaded carrots. Not only are they simply adorable displayed in a basket on the foyer table! But they can also be used as dining room table setting accents or charms hung from Easter baskets or gifts! Your local craft store will carry an assortment of wooden beads, make sure they have holes drilled through the center, orange paint of your choice and we used faux greenery to complete the carrot! The most important element of this craft is hot glue and we always use our favorite glue gun and gluesticks from Surebonder. We dabbed a small amount of hot glue in between each bead and secured the faux greenery at the top of the carrot with a good amount of hot glue.


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