Dye Easter eggs with candy, spices and fruit.
Start with a classic recipe, then try fun takes on this party bite.
After the hunt is over, turn eggs into a salad or sandwich.
Tyler's ham and Alton's classic carrot cake are sure to please.
Ina's make-ahead muffins plus a fruit salad make for quick brunch.
Ree's retro dessert is the star: Pineapple Upside-Down Cake.
This pull-apart sweet bread will be a hit with guests.
Serve an easy-to-do next-day salad.
These are a great make-ahead option: freeze for up to 2 weeks.
Cover not-too-sweet vanilla custard in soft toasted meringue.
Save time with prepared biscuit dough for this pull-apart loaf.
Soak thick slices of bread in eggs overnight for a decadent brunch.
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