With Springtime in full swing in most places and Easter coming up in a few days, we thought it'd be fun to take a little tour of some of our past Featured Friday bloggers and see what they're up to these days. Here's to finding inspiration wherever you look...enjoy!
Want to fix something special for breakfast? Try Anna's caramel rolls...they're a Gooseberry Patch recipe!
If you're more in the mood for a savory breakfast on Easter Sunday, give Leah's make-ahead breakfast scramble a try and you can just pop it in the oven in the morning!
Tina's Bunny Buns would be a fun treat for little folks Easter morning! These little treats were the inspiration behind this post. Thanks Tina!
Traditional Easter dinner at Carmen's house always includes Ham and Popeye...puffy little noodle-dumplin's sounds good to us!
Kristin whipped up this marinated veggie salad and we think it'd be a great side dish.
Mix up Cris's quick & easy baked beans...they'd be just right alongside your ham!
Tina also shared her recipe for classic deviled eggs! It's just not Easter dinner without these, right?
Looking for a must-share appetizer to serve? Jen posted that she'll be whipping up some of our quick Reuben Dip...yum!
Gail recently posted Claudia's Famous Wing Dip and we think it'd be a great addition too!
Jackie has created a whole page of Easter dinner deliciousness on her blog, including some sweet little Easter basket cupcakes!
For the dessert table, there are so many goodies out there...Cora's cookies capture so much of the meaning behind this special day.
Carmen's Resurrection Rolls do too...bonus photos of cute helpers in this post!
Kim is sharing her recipe for Luscious Lime Cheesecake...cool and refreshing!
She also whipped up this Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie that you could serve this weekend. Looks like a magazine, doesn't it?
Try Carrie's Easy Homemade Cherry Jelly or Jewish Sweet Challah Bread and add something really special to your celebration.
Check out this cute idea that Susie's sharing...Easter in a Jar! Note to other bloggers: this is a blog hop so be sure to link up too.
Oh, and if you happen to have some ham left over, Leah's ham sandwiches look amazing...we're really looking forward to trying these!
Tina found some beautiful marble eggs...you can't eat 'em but she'll enjoy them year after year. Aren't they pretty?
We hope you found something yummy to try here or some inspiration as we head into a weekend filled with celebration. Enjoy every moment...and if you're making something tasty, share a link in the comments! We'd love to hear about it.