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Looks Lovely! Crackled Easter Eggs

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Lovely! (Crackled Easter Eggs, submitted by Stephanie of Girl Versus Dough.)

Dyeing eggs is a magical experience, whether you’re a little or big kid … or a forty-year-old one. There’s the vinegar smell of the bowls of dye, the delicate balance of the egg on the wire holder and the thrill of hunting for and finding your specially decorated egg. And let us not forget all that tasty egg salad.

We’re excited about making a beautiful bowl of multi-colored eggs, and Tasty Kitchen member Stephanie shared a new crafty and clever way to decorate them, courtesy of Real Simple. We love the vibrant colors of these Crackled Easter Eggs. We’re definitely trying this technique.

We hope you enjoy all your Easter traditions. Remember to browse our Easter recipes for more scrumptious food for your Easter feast.

Here’s the link to the printable on Tasty Kitchen: Crackled Easter Eggs

 

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Looks Delicious! Gluten-Free Maple Cinnamon Pancakes

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! (Gluten-Free Maple Cinnamon Pancakes, submitted by TK member Kimberly Grabinski of What's That Smell?)

Happy Monday! Or is “happy” stretching it a bit? Know what would make Monday more fun? Breakfast for dinner! We’re thinking about the whole shebang: bacon, eggs, and of course, pancakes! We all have our favorite pancake recipe or mix, but if you need a gluten-free option or just want to try a healthy alternative, these Gluten-Free Maple Cinnamon Pancakes from Tasty Kitchen member Kimberly look mighty tasty.

While you’re at it, make some extras and save for breakfast the rest of the week. Nothing easier in the morning than popping a pancake in the toaster.

So Happy Pancake Monday! Yes, that was more convincing. We might even stick a candle in our pancakes. No birthday required.

 

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Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats

We’re so excited about our new digs and hope you’re enjoying the new site too. Have you been wandering about and exploring? One of the things we love is our new Search feature. It’s more robust and now you can even specify ingredients to exclude, or, in our case for this post, ingredients to include. Which is handy when looking for dessert ideas for tomorrow. Looking for a chocolate recipe? Want to include all recipes with either chocolate or cocoa, just to cover all bases? Need gluten-free chocolate recipes? We’ve got you covered.

Here are a few of our favorite chocolate desserts for Valentine’s Day. Get ready for some decadence!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats (Sundae Jars: Chocolate-Coconut with Mixed Berry Caramel from TK member DessertForTwo)

Sundae Jars. These are easy and can be made in advance. A really fun presentation, too!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats (Flourless Chocolate Brownie with Warm Dark Chocolate Sauce from TK member Amy of She Wears Many Hats)

Flourless Chocolate Brownie with Warm Dark Chocolate Sauce. You can’t miss with these. Decadent, nutty and covered with warm chocolate. Perfect!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats (Molten Lava Chocolate Cake from TK member Sips and Spoonfuls)

Molten Lava Chocolate Cake. This Valentine’s Day classic is always a hit. That chocolate oozing from the center has the power to change lives.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats (Mini Red Velvet Truffle Cups from TK member Patricia of ButterYum)

Mini Red Velvet Truffle Cups. How cute are these? Perfect if you just want a little bite of dessert or several little bites.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats (Chocolate Mousse Pie from TK member Anita of Hungry Couple)

Chocolate Mousse Pie. Chocolate mousse is another Valentine no-brainer. This one gives you another layer of goodness with the chocolate graham cracker crust.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! Valentine Treats (Chocolate Souffle from TK member Maeghan of The Way to His Heart)

Chocolate Souffle. Serving this in ramekins make delicious individual servings and also decreases the intimidation factor of souffle.

 
There are so many more recipes to choose from here on Tasty Kitchen, so have fun browsing! We hope tomorrow is full of sweetness for you.

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!
 

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Looks Delicious! Fleur de Sel Caramel Brownies

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Tasty Kitchen Blog: Looks Delicious! (Fleur de Sel Caramel Brownies, submitted by TK members Neil and Whitney of The Newlywed Chefs)

We’ve been so busy getting our new site ready to share with you (more on that later!) that we haven’t spent the endless hours we would have liked obsessing about Valentine’s Day desserts. Inexcusable! Let’s just fix that right now. This one jumped out at us right away. Decadent, rich and a little salty, we’re quite sure these Fleur de Sel Caramel Brownies will make your honey happy.

Thanks to Neil and Whitney for sharing this lovely Valentine treat with us. Be sure to check out their site, The Newlywed Chefs, for more treats and simply beautiful, everyday food.

 

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Looks Delicious! White Chicken Chili

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  What is it about chili this time of year? It just works. Warm and hearty. Spicy and satisfying. The go-to chili for many folks is Chile Con Carne, which is always a winner. It’s familiar, and everyone has their specifications. Beans or no beans. Served on its own or over pasta, corn chips or […]

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Quiche for Bev’s Babies!

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  Babies! Babies! There’s nothing like celebrating a baby on the way. And we’ve got double the fun today, because we’re celebrating twins! Our great pal, Bev, is expecting twins in January, and we’re so thrilled to participate in this virtual baby shower for her. Bev is one of those darling people whose mere presence […]