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There is a country out there that makes an Easter Egg Bread.
You hard boild your eggs, about 6. Color them, then use the Stoneware Bundt Pan. Place the eggs in the bottom of the pan. Place 4 tubes of the Pilsbury French Bread doughs over the eggs. (Just wrap them around the center cone. Push down the dough to even it out and to make sure the eggs are sort of buried in the dough. I hate to say this but I can't quite remember the baking time on this but I think you just let it go for about 45 minutes o an hour. Use the Sight test. When it looks done, press down on it gently to see if it springs back. If so, it's done. Let it cool for about 10 minutes then unmold it onto a Cooling Rack. The eggs should have baked into the loaf. It's really neat.
Odviously to eat this bread, you actually pull it apart or cut around each egg. remind everyone that they do need to remove the shells.
What I plan on doing at my April shows is this.....
I have the chillzane platter, turn it to the egg side and put 12 plastic easter eggs. At the begining of the show everyone gets to pick an egg. Inside the egg, there is a booking gift. If they book, they get to look in the egg and they get the gift at the close of their show. I got the egg idea off of this board, but thought what a great way to show the chillzane platter. I got 12 "fancy" eggs at Walmart for about $2.
Also, I thought of a neat way to display the HWC Cups and plates, fill them with Easter Grass (pink) and fill with candy.
I just got a quick tip last week from someone who uses the rectangle server with jello egg molds (which apparently you can purchase on Jello's website for around $ 5.00- I actually haven't looked into it yet myself-) but she mentioned she does the jello eggs with different colors for the kids school's snacks-since now adays with so many kids with peanut allergies this has been big hit for snacks for school. What a way to talk this up especially this time of year! I will definitely be mentioning this tip at my next shows coming up!