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BlackDog's Easter Recipes

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Let's Eat!

An Easter celebration includes dyeing eggs spectacular pastel colors, images of the Easter Rabbit hiding those eggs for children to find, and baskets full of goodies.  Most of all, it means family and friends spending time together.  And that means great food!

Here is our favorite Easter meal, plus some bonus recipes for you to enjoy with your family and friends.
Easter Ham Lunch or Dinner

Honey Baked Ham - or -

Perfect Glazed Ham

Stuffed Eggs

Yummy Glazed Carrots

Easter Green Beans

Potato, Onion Casserole

Sweet Potato Biscuits

Hummingbird Cake

Bonus Recipes

Hot Cross Buns

Easter Surprise Cupcakes

Pickled Beets with Eggs

Avocado Egg Pâté

Scotch Eggs

Ham Meatballs with Sour Cream Sauce

Everyone worries about egg safety these days.  Here's an article that will explain all about Eggs and Food Safety from the American Egg Board.  There you'll see a very detailed handling, care and use guide to eggs.  This is a good article to read, but it's a little long.  Here's the short version:

Use only clean eggs with unbroken shells and discard any eggs that are unclean, cracked, broken or leaking.  Color only uncracked eggs. If you want to eat your dyed eggs later, use food coloring or specially made food-grade egg dyes dissolved in water that is warmer than the eggs.  If any eggs crack during dyeing or while on display, discard them along with any eggs that have been out of refrigeration for more than 2 hours.  If you keep hard-cooked eggs out of refrigeration for many hours or several days for a decoration or for hiding, cook extra eggs for eating.  Either discard the eggs that have been left out or use them only for display.

BlackDog's Easter Celebration


BlackDog's Easter Celebration