It’s Easter Egg-o’clock!
Can you believe that Americans ate more than 2.9 billion eggs last Easter?! Eggs are a versatile, healthy food any time of year, but there’s no denying they steal the show during the Easter season. Check out these fun ways to incorporate eggs into your Easter celebration this year.
What is Easter morning without an egg hunt? Keep the egg decorating fun and fresh by trying your hand at unique designs like whipped cream eggs, marbled eggs, tie-dye eggs and glow-in-the-dark eggs!
No matter what design you choose, make sure you wash your hands in between cooking, cooling, dyeing and decorating, and follow these simple egg safety guidelines.
Learn to make the Incredible Egg’s Easy-Peel Hard-Boiled Eggs – they turn out perfect every time!
Egg-dyeing and Easter egg hunts sure do work up an appetite! Once the morning buzz dies down, enjoy a delicious egg-themed brunch that’s sure to ‘WOW’ your guests. Prepare egg-cellent dishes like Bunnies’ Tres Leches Mini Cakes, Benedict Arnold’s Eggs Benedict, The Easter Bunny’s Eggs in a Basket, Hash Brown Egg Cups, and more!
Toss the Easter candy aside this year and finish the day with a homemade dessert your friends and family will love! Easter Bunny Cupcakes and Bunny Cake are festive, delectable and make the perfect Easter dessert.
Fun fact: there’s a good chance your Easter eggs are from an Ohio egg farm! Ohio is the No. 2 egg farming state in the nation producing about 9 billion eggs each year. Ohio egg farmers are committed to providing safe, affordable and nutritious eggs while providing excellent care for their hens and protecting the environment surrounding their farms.