Growing up, my siblings and I rarely had junk food. My mom's idea of a treat was mixing corn flakes and rice krispies together (which I HATED). One year, on a hunt for Easter eggs, I gleefully plucked a pink egg out of the grass to find that they were filled with carrot and celery sticks. "Why can't we have regular candy like the other kids" I whined for about a week straight. My mom tried to appease me the next year by making Jello Easter eggs. At that time, I thought she was just as crazy but looking back, she was genius (don't tell her I said that).
While Jello Easter Eggs are super kid friendly (they even make Easter egg molds), you can take it in a sophisticated direction and make it pinterest worthy pretty. Here's a little recipe to make brunchy dessert eggs that can double as name cards for a bridal or baby shower. Here's what you'll need:
First, prepare your eggs: