What yummy sweet or deserts ideas could i cook for easter?

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Question by Melody: What yummy sweet or deserts ideas could i cook for easter?
Eater morning my friends and i are going down to the river to watch the sunrise and put candles on the water for jesus. Everyone is bringing something (Food) and i dont know what. Examples brownies lollies.

Im studying cooking and want to bring something extra good or at least looks good lol so do you have any good ideas or yummy things i can make for my friends and family :D

Thanks.. (Please try something easter liike)

Best answer:

Answer by BeeDee
CHOCOLATE MOUSSE!!!!! at easter in belgium we get chocolate eggs, make a good Chocolate mousse for your friends, it’s always Delicious

http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/chocolate_mousse/

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  1. Teenage Weirdo says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/bluepeter/thingstodo/bakeit/eastereggsurprise

    Don’t call me a baby, I think they’re good fun :L

  2. Andysophie says:

    sugar cookies. make em urself…they taste much better that way…and put some easter-y sprinkles on them

  3. Amy Bessey says:

    Mini key lime pies!

    Keebler has small shells but you can also buy mini frozen ones in the frozen section. Use a small tartlet pans. Should look like this:

    http://www.natalieskillercuisine.com/2009/07/simple-key-lime-pie-minis.html

    The second picture, also there is a recipe here.

    Also if you want to be really impressing, make a meringue and put it on top.

  4. Emily says:

    You could make sugar cookies
    Rolling and Cutting

    Cookie dough is much easier to work with after it’s been refrigerated for at least half an hour–and the cut-outs will hold their shape better if the dough is cold.

    Keep cookie cutters from sticking to the dough by misting them very lightly with cooking spray.
    If you’re cutting out delicate or large shapes, roll out the dough on parchment paper, lifting off the scraps; slide the paper directly onto a baking sheet.

    Frosting

    One popular frosting for sugar cookies is a simple glaze of confectioners’ sugar and either milk or fruit juice. By adjusting the ratio of liquid to sugar, you can make this glaze as thick or as thin as you’d like.

    Royal icing is another option: it dries to a hard, crunchy finish and also holds up well in the mail.
    Buttercream frosting is soft and thick; tasty, but not good if you plan to stack the cookies.
    Instead of frosting, you can also dip half or all of a cookie in chocolate and then in chopped nuts or crushed candy canes.

    For more tips, see our Decorating Cookies article.

    Other Decorating Ideas

    Sprinkle on coarse colored sugar, nuts, colored sprinkles, silver dragees or other small candies.
    Or make colorful designs on the unbaked cookies by painting them with a mixture of egg yolks tinted with food coloring. The finished cookie will be bright and glossy.

    Egg Yolk Tempera Recipe

    Mailing

    When making cut-out cookies for mailing, choose fairly sturdy shapes without too many pointy edges.

    Pack decorated, dry cookies in a flat, sturdy container with a tight-fitting lid. Line it with parchment or waxed paper.
    Pack a selection of cookie shapes in a single layer, fitting them together as closely as possible. Now pile more cookies into the container, stacking same-shape cookies on top of each other.
    When the container is full, put wadded-up pieces of wax paper or unbuttered air-popped popcorn into any empty spaces, then seal the lid. Wrap the container in bubble wrap, and pack it into a box. The cookies should arrive fresh, beautiful and full of home-baked love.

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