So you’ve dyed those Easter eggs. What to do with them?
For all those finalizing their menu for Easter Sunday, here’s a classic recipe — The Italian Dish’s Easter Bread, with its colorful sprinkles and an egg in the middle. It’s a sweet, yeasted dough that isn’t too rich for Easter brunch — and it’s certainly more festive than a basket of muffins.
In the past, The Italian Dish has used both dyed and plain brown eggs for the middle. Though the plain eggs might look more elegant, dyed eggs seem more like Easter to me, and so I have one more “recipe” to recommend — Bon Appetit’s tips for making natural Easter egg dye.