How do Bubble Gum, Blue Raspberry, Sweet Lemonade, and Party Cake Peeps measure up to the original? We found out.
'Easter' on Serious Eats
From DIY peanut butter Easter eggs to an adorable bunny-shaped cake, check out your best ideas for Easter dessert.
These moist cupcakes get their coconut flavor from coconut milk and chopped coconut. Just spoon the easy coconut glaze over the top.
Whether you celebrate Easter with brunch, lunch, or dinner (or need to fuel some competitive egg hunting) we've got you covered for dessert.
Easter is coming up, which means it's time for another round of "what classic dishes can we recreate using Cadbury Creme Eggs?" This year, we've taken on the breakfast treat, eggs in toast.
It's easy to taste a lot of bad (albeit bad but cute) chocolate confections around Easter. Here's one answer to the bad basket: the Florida-based confectionary Norman Love, who has a line of ganache filled chocolate eggs which actually taste as good as they look.
The trouble with hot cross buns, at least in my experience, is they tend to not be very good. After finding sweet, sweet success using challah dough to make monkey bread, I realized that the water + yeast proofing technique used in challah dough, made for a fluffier, chewier bun than the scalded dairy technique I had tried before for other sweetened yeasted breads and this inspired me to play with the dough to make hot cross buns with the texture that I had been searching for.
This week we're taking a look back at the sweets you made for Easter. With plenty of birds and bunnies and candy and chocolate, they were certainly dressed in their Easter best.
Did you think we'd let another Easter pass without revisiting our favorite marshmallowy treat? Nay. Every year we love rolling, squishing, and cutting our Peeps into maki, securing them in Fruit Roll-Up bound hand rolls, and placing them majestically atop Rice Krispies to make Peep nigiri.
Giant Peeps. Cute, or dangerous?
These iced lemon cookies make a fun seasonal project or a pretty Easter dessert.
On Easter Sunday, there will be egg-hunting and crocus-spotting and time with family and friends. If you're having a big to-do and want a classic tiered carrot cake for the center of your table, we've got you covered (plus a gluten-free version and one that's made for a crowd.) We also have lemon desserts, Easter cookies, and, of course, a few adorable homemade Peeps.
It's the one time of year when people seem to remember this grand old dame of cakes, and I'm taking full advantage. By sneaking it into breakfast. Scones are the obvious vehicle for the same flavors as the cake—ginger, raisins, and walnuts are already old hat—and they're even amenable to a little bit of icing without turning into a cupcake.
Even though it's January, a sign of spring is always welcome. And these pretty little lighter-than-air eggs give us something to look forward to. Nothing more complex than marshmallows and decorating sugar, but they're worlds better than anything store-bought.
If you were at a loss for inspiration for your Easter table, look no further. From a centerpiece-worthy Hummingbird cake to adorable Peeps cupcakes, here are 9 fun and festive Easter treats.
When you reach a certain age, it begins. Those dreaded moments when you see some of your most beloved treats simply go to hell. Maybe the candy is half the size it used to be, looks different, or just doesn't taste the same. The fact is that at some point the companies decide to cut costs and it sucks.
Calling all Krispy Kreme aficionados: the revered doughnut chain is throwing its hat, or rather its egg-shaped doughnuts, into the ring this Easter season with two glazed ovoid treats. But buyer beware—you need a seriously developed sweet tooth to appreciate these guys.
Oh, Easter, the Halloween of the Spring, and our favorite excuse to dive deep into desserts! Here are 10 Easter-inspired sweets recipes to celebrate the season.
I have both what some may call a "deaf ear" and a god-awful singing voice. When I was little this proved to be unfortunate because, until I was traumatized beyond ever humming a tune again, I really liked to sing.
If you're planning to serve grilled or roasted lamb for Easter dinner, skip the neon green, store-bought mint jelly and whip up this simple homemade version. Mildly sweet and pleasingly tart, it bursts with fresh mint flavor.