Flower-Shaped Food Because We're Dying for Spring

All of the spring feels over here.

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Ravioli Rose Pie

Photo by: Teri Lyn Fisher

Teri Lyn Fisher

It’s that sneaky time between the end of winter and beginning of spring when everyone is fed up with sweaters and boots, but it’s still too cold out to put them away for the season. So, we’re taking things into our own hands and creating spring right in the kitchen. Now if only we could get some of these kinds of flowers to start growing in our garden.

No green thumb? No worries. You can make this simple rose with store-bought ravioli layered with slices of mozzarella. We used sun-dried tomato ravioli to make this version, but you can get creative with different flavors to make different color flowers.

Set photography from the production of Food Network's, The Kitchen, episodes 1001-1005 on May 18-20, 2016. Photo By Todd Plitt for BSTV

Photo by: Todd Plitt

Todd Plitt

What’s better than a bouquet of fresh flowers to brighten up a room? A bouquet of pizza roses that taste as good (and cheesy) as they look. Store-bought pizza dough makes this easy and fun for the whole family.

Food Network Kitchen's Giant Rose Cheesecake Tart, as seen on Food Network.

Photo by: Tara Donne

Tara Donne

Thinly sliced mangoes and plums create a mesmerizing flower finish to a simple icebox cheesecake.

This cutie cupcake topper is easy enough for all ages and requires no hard-to-find ingredients or equipment.

Food Network Kitchen’s Avocado Rose Eggs Benedict.

Photo by: Matt Armendariz

Matt Armendariz

Turn something as simple as avocado toast into a work of springtime art. And if making an avocado rose isn’t something that comes naturally to you, here are the step-by-step instructions.

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