Month: March 2018 – Easter and Spring Recipe Inspirations

Easter is coming up this weekend! Who’s ready for it? In case you need some ideas, here are some fun, elegant and delicious recipes.From breakfast, to brunch and dessert, I hope one of these dishes will spark your holiday baking.Make sure to check out my Easter Recipes Pinterest board. AND my YouTube Easter Playlist. You’ll find – Dawn’s Recipes: Mushroom Soup

Now, about this Mushroom Soup, I have to start out by saying this soup is UGLY.  You know the saying, “you eat with your eyes” and if that’s the case you might not try this soup.  But, look past the ugliness and take a bite.  It’s really good!  It’s also healthy, there’s no cream added. – Learn How to Make Chocolate Eggs with Balloons

Let’s start by preparing the white chocolate mousse – it takes longer to cool in the refrigerator than the chocolate cups. Bring 1/3 cup (80 ml) of heavy cream to a simmer. In another small pan, beat the egg yolks with the sugar until light and fluffy. I use an electric mixer to make it faster but – Savory Tart With Reese Artichoke Hearts

Make it a brunch to remember with this irresistible, savory tart made with tender artichoke hearts, a sprinkle of flavorful capers and lots of cheese This post is sponsored by Reese Specialty Foods. All opinions are mine.Thank you for your support! #StepOutOfYourComfortFood #ad As Easter and spring brunches are just around the corner, learning how to – Egyptian Eggplant Moussaka

This is a perfect vegetarian dish made with eggplants and simmered with a tomato sauce. I like to eat it with lebanese bread and green onions. The eggplants can be deep fried but I roasted them in the oven for a lighter version. It is a very simple recipe and a delicious one! The recipe – Fattet batenjen or lebanese eggplants with garlicky yogurt

Fattet Batenjen is a classic Lebanese dish made throughout the country. The original recipe requires deep frying the eggplant chunks and the lebanese bread, but as you already know me I always tend to choose light meals as it is healthier. The original recipe is very tasty but the light version is also delicious. Instead – Cooking with Manuela: Easter Coconut Bunnies

Unleash your creativity with these super cute, easy-to-make, no-bake coconut snowball cookies perfectly decorated for spring and Easter Hello cutie! Here is the perfect Easter activity for you. Right after you are done decorating and coloring your hard eggs, why not?!? You can make some of these delicious, eye-catching, edible bunnies.These coconut balls are deceivingly easy and – Cooking with Manuela: Italian Almond Cookies

 These classic Italian cookies are very easy to make, and extremely easy to eat 🙂 Intensely nutty and perfectly sweetChewy on the inside and slightly crispy on the outside. What more could you want in a cookie?   I’m so excited today to share with you the recipe of my favorite Italian pasticcini. Pasticcini are small, cookie-size

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