Easter Brunch

Make it Pretty!

Once the menu is set, it’s time to create an Easter table with eye appeal. Choose elements that sing Spring. Include fresh florals, seasonal dishes, bunnies, nests & eggs... and of course - lots of chocolate. Be playful, make it pretty and have fun!

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Hosting a Brunch is an effortless way of entertaining a crowd. Since all guest gravitate to the kitchen, we love using an island as Brunch Central. It’s easy to circulate, and is large enough to showcase all the food and beverage elements. It’s a one stop sweet and savory station.

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Baked Eggs inthe Oven
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Baked Eggs in the Oven
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Maple Sugar Ham
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Maple Sugar Ham
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Ham Sliders on Egg Buns
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Aspargus Crustless Quiche
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Aspargus Crustless Quiche
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Zesty Strawberry Citrus Salad
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Zesty Strawberry Citrus Salad
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Smoked Salmon & Dill Crustless Quiche
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Green Bean Medley
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Creamy Scalloped Potatoes
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Creamy Scalloped Potatoes

Bunny Cake Step by Step

Easter Family Fun - Hop to it!

Gather the kids, big and small, and make this adorable Bunny Cake. Create an edible centrepiece that everyone will enjoy! Each Bunny Cake you create will have it's own personality.  Make sure to name it, even hide chocolate eggs inside the cake for an added surprise. Play a game of guessing its name during Easter dinner.

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Cut the 9" cake in half and add lemon curd, Nutella, icing or jam to one side. Top with the second half of cake.

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Spread a smear of lemon curd or icing on your plate. Place the cake flat side down on plate and ice cake.

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Cover the cake with coconut and decorate. Licorice for the whiskers and jelly beans for the eyes and nose. Paper ears of any size.

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Easter Bunny Cake