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Easter Baking

In past years, it would be almost time for me to be baking Easter treats. Easter is one of my favorite holidays. I love spring time, and the colors, flowers, eggs, decorations, and flavors of Easter. This year, we will be away for Easter weekend. There will be lots of fun and frivolity with my friend, Connie, her dad, and my Godchildren, Corey and Chaudra. There will also be Easter baskets, goodies, dying eggs, and an egg hunts with their two little girls, Cadi and Cheira. It will be a busy and fun weekend, and I will be doing some cooking for the whole gang. Here are some goodies from past Easter Sundays.

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A "Lemon Blast" cake with lemon cream cheese frosting:

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A smaller version with "bees":

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Fig muffins for Easter Brunch

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Lemon bread with lemon curd

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Easterberries (strawberries dipped in white chocolate with sprinkles)

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Easter egg cakes:

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Those "bees" landed on this lemon-olive oil cake!

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Wow, I forgot about these egg petit fours from 2001!

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AND these striped, filled cookies!

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A pizza rustica is traditional family Easter food.

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My favorite: the BUNNY CAKE

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Comments (7)

Eden:

OMG, Palma those treats all look fabulous!

You should write a cookbook... or a cake decorating how-to book!!! Something...

Between you and Jerry, your recipes are truly publication worthy!

You are just too creative Palma! I love it....they all look so darn good!

The bunny is the cutest thing ever!! Adorable. Looks like you have fun with Easter!

All of the Easter treats look so fun and yummy. I love the pizza rustica especially. Have a wonderful Easter and try to relax and rest some.

But I want the caramel cake. No bunny or Peep substitutes!

Barb Cabot:

Simply adorable! You're amazing. Happy Happy Easter!

I really enjoy seeing your holiday creations. They are all so cute and yummy looking.

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