Sweet and Savory Eggs for Easter

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Holidays mean different things in various cultures and to different people, and Mata has reminded us that Holy Week has many holidays for Christians, Easter being only one of them. Still, certainly to many people Easter season is largely about the eggs. Whether you like your eggs sweet or savory, and whether you regard them as a symbol of new life or just something to go in a basket, you can find eggs everywhere you look this time of year. Here are some ideas for lots of tasty eggs of every type.

Dying Easter EggsDying Easter Eggs is the topic at Feeding My Enthusiasms, where I found this great dyed-eggs photo. Used with permission.

Play with Food shares a recipe for Dowd Family Coconut Cream Eggs, if you want to try making your own.

Stefania from Family Food shares how to make and use up hard-boiled eggs.

At A Veggie Venture, Alanna shares a unique way to dye eggs.

Susan at Food Blogga puts her eggs in the Ricotta Pie that always makes her think of Easter. It's Easter Egg Cookies from Laura Rebecca's Kitchen, plus a lot of other Easter recipes in this post.

Perfect for Easter and very unique is Lucillian Delights Asparagus and Pesto Filled Egg Halves.

Kids will love the Easter Basket Cupcakes found at Little Spatula.

Fake Eggs of Coconut Panna Cotta and Banana Chip Puree look very interesting at Bounteous Bites.

Again, thanks to Joanna The Passionate Cook for sponsoring There's Something in my Easter Basket, where I found a lot of tasty Easter Foods.

I wrote earlier about Hot Cross Buns for Good Friday, today we've covered Easter Eggs, and I'll be back tomorrow with some Easter Menu Ideas.

Food Editor Kalyn Denny shares How to Make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs and is collecting recipes for using hard-boiled eggs at Kalyn's Kitchen