#COOKBLOGSHARE WEEK #13 PLUS 4 BAKED EASTER DESSERT BITES
Welcome to #CookBlogShare Week #13!
#CookBlogShare is a weekly link party where we share recipes, comment on each other’s cooking creations and generally immerse ourselves in the world of gastronomy! If you’ve got a recipe this is the place to show it off!
I have the pleasure of co-hosting this link party together with 3 fantastic bloggers and each of us gets to host about once a month – today is my turn, next week it’s Eb@Easy Peasy Foodie, then it’s Kirsty@Hijacked By Twins, followed by Jacqui@Recipes Made Easy.
If you are new to this link party please take a moment to read the guidelines below. Joining is very simple and you are welcome to share your old and new recipes (there is no specific theme and all recipes are welcome).
Thank you to everyone who shared their recipe with us last week.
THE FEATURES – 4 BAKED EASTER DESSERT BITES
I am sure this week’s theme does not come as a surprise – we are approaching Easter weekend after all! You have generously shared with us your favourite Easter food, from traditional family recipes to new and creative recipes with an Easter feel, both sweet and savoury. All gorgeous to look at and demonstrating yet again the marvellous culinary skills of our blogging community!
Despite having a common theme in most entries it wasn’t exactly easy to pick the features. We had several recipes using Easter eggs, a few delicious main course ideas, but the majority of you, not surprisingly, shared desserts. They were all fabulous, all about Easter, but I had to narrow down my choices to only 4.
So this week I am featuring 4 Baked Easter Bites and here are the recipes (in no particular order):
First up are these pretty Almond Easter Thumbprint Cookies with Amaretto Chocolate Ganache from Tin and Thyme. These cookies use wholegrain ingredients (Easter dessert with a healthy twist!) and the chocolate filling sounds absolutely yummy!
The Peachicks Bakery shared her delicious and moreish looking Free From Glazed Ring Doughnuts, which are gluten free and vegan friendly. They can be either baked or fried, which is great news for those who don’t like to use too much fat in baking (me!).
Proper Foodie‘s Mini Hot Cross Buns Tear and Share are a traditional Easter recipe with a twist – these bite size buns are ideal for sharing and isn’t that what celebrations are all about? Plus they do look so pretty, don’t they?
Curly’s Cooking shared a clever recipe with another twist on the Easter tradition – her gorgeous little Hot Cross Bun Baked Doughnuts make a fantastic alternative to traditional hot cross buns!
Check out also this collection of 27 everyday healthy cacao recipes.
Thank you again for sharing your delicious recipes with #CookBlogShare! I am looking forward to seeing your recipes, whether old or new, so join the party and link up your creations!
#COOKBLOGSHARE WEEK #13:
This is how to join in:
Link up your recipe, sweet or savoury, or any foodie post to the #CookBlogShare link party – just click the blue ‘Add your link’ button below and follow the instructions.
Include this party’s link in your post (so everyone else can find it).
Add the #CookBlogShare badge to your post (see the NEW code below).
Comment on some of the other recipes linked up here, share the love and have fun!
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Just to remind you, by joining in you are giving the #CookBlogShare hosts permission to use your pictures in a round up and on social media, if your recipe is selected as one of our favourites!
Thank you for sharing your recipes with #CookBlogShare!
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