How To Make Fun Easter Food Art That Will Make Your Guests Hoppy
Easter Sunday is fast approaching and with it – pastels, egg hunts, family time and of course, treats! Whether you’re doing Easter brunch or a formal dinner, we’ve scoured the ‘net and compiled 7 fantastic Easter food art recipes to up your Easter game. Roger Rabbit approved.
1. These tulips (or should we say edible art) from “Whole Life Cooking” are fresh, healthy, beautiful and delicious! They’re something your guests/family most likely haven’t seen and will encourage the eating of the vegetables in addition to that 11 pound chocolate bunny that shows up every year.
2. Crazy for dips? Take a gander at this mouthwatering carrot shaped cheese spread from “She Knows.” Ingredients include (but not limited to) cream cheese, dill, cheddar cheese and carrots – delish!
3. This carrots-planted-in-hummus creation from “Toys In The Dryer” is a great Easter day activity to do with kids! You’ll need a clay pot, toothpicks, carrots, parsley and hummus – or any thick dip of your choosing! Makes a cute decoration for your table or a yummy daytime appetizer.
4. This sweet fruit & Peep kabob from “Amee’s Savory Dish” will have you trading in all that sugar crammed candy for a healthier kind of yum this Easter. Just skewer a Peep & your favorite fruits (chocolate covered optional) and serve on your best Easter silver!
5. Who doesn’t love a regular ole bread bowl? It is in itself, a culinary achievement of the highest order. Well, this one from “The Idea Room” looks like a bunny! Serve up Thumper with some soup or yummy dip in his bunny belly to wow and delight at your Easter soiree.
6. We couldn’t slide through without including one indulgent snack! Some will argue that the greatest love story ever told was when salty met sweet… experience their collaboration with these delicious and adorable bunny butt pretzels from “Hungry Happenings.”
7. What better way to kick off Easter morning than with these hard-boiled egg chicks from Tastemade?! Straightforward construction and a foolproof video to boot! Kids will love the look and parents will love the spiced up (cumin, pepper, ketchup) taste. Who knew protein could be so precious?
If you attempt any of these delightful recipes this Easter, be sure to post to our Facebook page so we can commend you on your craft!