Easter is only 10 days a way! Besides your traditional Easter egg hunt and dying of Easter eggs, what do you have planned? Have you ever thought about starting a new tradition with your family in the kitchen? Don't just create Easter eggs with your family this Easter, establish the new custom of designing your own Easter egg cookies! Let your imagine go wild with the unique designs and vibrant colors of spring. Share your creations with us on Facebook or Twitter!
I don't know about you, but when I was little my family and I would leave carrots on a plate out for the Easter Bunny the night before Easter. Then every Easter Sunday I'd wake up to find an empty plate and a Easter basket. I always found this to be a great tradition and I continue to honor it with my own children. However, instead of disposing of the Easter Bunny's carrots, I usually put them to good use and whip up a delicious side to go with Easter supper.
With Easter around the corner, learn how to make hard-boiled eggs great for dyeing and then for eating. There are many theories about how to perfectly cook a hard “boiled” egg. Well, MDIO decided to find the perfect way to cook an egg in it’s shell by testing the traditional “boiling” method versus the seemingly favorite Pinterest method – “baking”.