Easter Desserts From Around the World

Easter Desserts From Around the World

No Easter dinner or brunch is complete without dessert. It’s the best part of the meal! In many cultures, Easter is one of the biggest holidays. As a result, each culture has many of their own traditions, including special desserts that are typically served on their Easter tables. This year, why not break away from your own traditions and try one of these?
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5 Fruit Dishes to Bring to Easter Brunch

One of the things I look forward to the most during Easter is the abundance of fresh fruit. Easter usually falls around the time when the first of the year’s in-season fruit makes its way to the markets. This year, I plan to bring one of these delicious fruit dishes to Easter brunch. I know it’ll be a hit!
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Beat Cabin Fever With These Tropical Cheesecake Combinations

As the winter drags on, it is easy to feel cooped up. While the only real cure is to wait patiently for the warmer weather to come, one thing that can help is to be surrounded with reminders of warmer places. What better way to do this than to eat foods that come from tropical places? Anything that will be a reminder of the beach is a definite winner! These cheesecake combinations will definitely help beat cabin fever.
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History of Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet experienced an explosion of popularity in the last few years. Besides the namesake cake, Red Velvet is now available in cupcake form along with pancakes, cookies, ice cream, and even lattes! The cake has gained popularity in the 20th century, but its roots stretch further back. Like with many recipes, the Red Velvet Cake’s true origins aren’t completely known. However its history can be traced back over the years thanks to cookbooks, recipes, and advancements in food production.
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