Easter is two weeks away, and I feel the need to quicken my steps… or lengthen my strides… or both!
Springtime is a busy time for a gardener (that’s me). Because now there are things to do in and out of the house. Consequently, this blog is somewhat neglected. I intend to make up for it during my Easter break.
There are so many recipes that I’d like to share with you. Like this one below. Can you guess what these are? Hint: They’re NOT the Easter Grapes.
By the time the Easter break comes around, though, it’d be too late to share Easter recipes. Drat! I’m always a holiday behind.
Oh, well… it’s not like there’s a shortage of recipes here.
Just take a look at these:
“These cookie pops are adorable. They seem pretty easy to make, too. That’s a win-win!” — Angie
“The colors and design are so creatively done.” — Pauline
“Beer in the dough is very interesting, I’ve never seen something like this. Love that she uses a traditional recipe and adapted from it.” — Pauline
“I’ve been meaning to make a Hummingbird Cake and this one definitely caught my eye. Looks pretty and sounds delectable!” — Angie
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Pauline - Beautiful Voyager says
Very cute! Looks like fruit gums?
They’re homemade Easter candy, but not fruit gums, which would have been amazing. Gummies are my favorite!
Karren Haller says
Thank you for hosting your parties, I know how much time is involved in preparation.
I have share #28 Easter ideas.
You’re welcome! Thanks for participating!
Hi, Angie; I am also behind getting my Easter posts ready on time, but excited as every year to start my backyard gardening. Thank you so much to you and Pauline for featuring my Empanaditas; this week I am sharing #26 Octopus on the Griddle – Pulpo a la plancha and #27 Octopus Cocktail – Coctel de pulpo. Thank you for hosting, and have a n awesome week!
Your empanaditas sound amazing! I need to start making my own empanadas. There’s no excuse since I’ve been amassing so many recipes!
Helen at the Lazy Gastronome says
Thanks for hosting a great party!! i shared from both my blogs this time – hope your weekend is amazing!
You’re welcome and have a fabulous weekend!
Tea With Jennifer says
Goodness Easter is so close, I need to get my gifts sent to my grandchildren who live interstate! Thank you for the reminder Angie!
How exciting to be sending gifts to the grandchildren! I can’t wait to be a grandma, lol. It’s not happening anytime soon; my kids are still in school.
LOVE that Battenburg cake – YUMMY & BEAUTIFUL. GREAT party as always. Thank you for the inspiring ideas and recipes. I brought my BAKED APRICOT PINEAPPLE GINGER SALMON, UPSIDE DOWN APPLE PIE & BEEF YAKISOBA to the party. Have a WONDERFUL weekend.
It’s a beautiful cake! Thanks for partying with Fiesta Friday!
Sarah James says
Love those grapes Angie, great idea. Can’t believe how close it is to Easter, we’re off to stay with our son and his wife. I can’t wait but I’ve got so much to do. Thanks for hosting.
Me, too, so much to do! Both the inside and outside of the house need a Spring cleanup!
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
I’ve no idea what those little eggs are, but they are very cute and pretty!
Thank you for hosting and thanks for sharing my Battenberg. Have a great week xxx
They’re homemade candy. I was trying out the recipe and wasn’t conviced I was going to like it, but I actually did! That Battenberg cake is gorgeous!
Jhuls @ The Not So Creative Cook says
I was about to say Easter Grapes, lol! They’re so cute, Angie. Happy Fiesta Friday! x
Thanks, Jhuls. They’re not the grapes; they’re homemade candy. I’ll see if I can share the recipe before Easter comes around. I have another week.