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Mr. Food Easter Celebration: 35 Excellent Easter Recipes Free eCookbook
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The spring holidays are coming, and that means you’ll be looking for a load of easy recipes for entertaining! That’s why this free eCookbook is hopping your way, ’cause it’s chock-full of Easter dinner recipes, Easter dessert recipes, and even Easter brunch recipes. Whether you’re doing the entertaining for the spring holidays or you need some great take-along dishes to be a good guest, we have loads of delicious traditional Easter dinner recipes and scrumptious Easter dessert recipes to please your whole crowd.
This free eCookbook, sponsored by the American Egg Farmers, also celebrates the true star of the Easter holiday: The egg! The good folks at the American Egg Farmers are donating nearly 12 million eggs to Feeding America in an effort to help those less fortunate across the nation, as part of an annual Easter tradition since 2007. You can do your part to help feed the hungry, too!
For every Mr. Food Easter Celebration cookbook downloaded, America’s egg farmers will donate another egg to Feeding America! So hop to it! Enjoy these quick and easy Easter recipes while also helping America's egg farmers get eggs to families who can't purchase their own for Easter celebrations.
Celebrate Easter and springtime - flowers will be blooming, the days will be longer, and our Easter recipes will get you through the holiday season easily! You’re guaranteed to be on the receiving end of loads and loads of…"OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
Classic Quiche Lorraine — Our shortcut to popular Quiche Lorraine is the ready-to-bake pie crust that takes the work out of this custard-like Easter brunch favorite. Our foolproof recipe will win you raves. (Page 11)
Easter Brunch Punch — Serving punch at a holiday brunch or other party is not only festive, but it makes things easier for you as the host. Give our Easter Brunch Punch a try and you'll see just what we mean. Everybody'll be happy, including you! (Page 12)
Baked Ham in Cheese Crust — This Easter dinner recipe came from a Mr. Food viewer, and the fancy cheese crust makes it one of our favorite Easter ham recipes! (Page 15)
Crown Roast of Lamb — Looking for the crowning touch for your special meal? We've got the easy way to look like a fancy restaurant chef with our simple yet elegant crown roast of lamb recipe. Easter will never be the same at your house! (Page 18)
Cheesy Herbed Mashed Potatoes — Who wouldn't love this easy recipe for mashed potatoes? With lots of cheese and fresh-tasting herbs, it's loaded with favorite tastes, so it's a perfect side dish for holiday or regular-day dinners. (Page 23)
Bacon and Cheddar Deviled Eggs — The big taste of bacon and robust flavor of Cheddar cheese add a zesty flair to these holiday-ready Bacon and Cheese Deviled Eggs. (Page 31)
Cranberry Hot Cross Buns — Hot Cross Buns are one sweet Easter tradition. Our easy recipe for baking your own bakery-style Cranberry Hot Cross Buns is a twist on the traditional raisin variety, and guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser. (Page 32)
Easter Egg Bread — The Easter Bunny is sure to give his seal of approval to this adorable easy-to-make edible Easter Egg Bread. Your gang will hop to it when they see how you've filled it with your decorated eggs. Talk about tasty fun! (Page 34)
Easter Bunny Cake — Whimsical and scrumptious, our eye-catching easy Easter Bunny Cake will probably become one of your go-to Easter recipes every year. This Easter dessert will surely take the cake. (Page 36)
Hoppy Easter Egg Cookies — Plan to make these with the whole family because the icing part is like decorating Easter eggs, only much easier! (Page 41)
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