Easter brunch board: Everyone can snack with these delicious snacks | Easter Holiday

cooking and eatingLunch with family, friends or family on Easter? Do it in style with this cheerful Easter plate. The creator is Eatertainment and Simone van den Berg, better known from Simone’s Kitchen, is a creator of the snacks.

Drinks—which our southern neighbors call Apéro—are one of the trends this year, according to trend watcher Gijsbregt Brouwer. ‘Fits more broadly with a trend’grazingor sniff. This seems a bit harsh to me, so I prefer to call it a snack.”

Breuer knows that people love sharing and choice. “The shelf is just perfect for that. It’s a real business to make those plates really pretty. You can’t throw them or put something on them. Instagram and TikTok live.”

Simone van den Berg filled the sharing rack with delicious treats. She has been writing about food at Simone’s Kitchen since 2013 and is a food photographer. Photography has provided over eighty cookbooks. “I really enjoy developing recipes and always look for a balance between healthy, easy, and delicious,” she says on Eatertainment. “This Easter brunch plate is packed with quick and easy recipes perfect for a cozy Easter.” Recipes for all snacks can be found through the link below.

Simple bruschetta with green asparagus tips
Baguette slices topped with colorful cherry tomatoes and asparagus tips. If needed, toast the bread for an extra crunchy effect (photo above).

Simple bruschetta with green asparagus tips. © ETERMENT

Pancakes stuffed with cream cheese and smoked salmon
These pastry pies are on the table in no time and they are super easy. You can prepare pie trays in advance so that you only have to fill them up when visitors arrive. Delicious with soft cheese and smoked salmon.

Pancakes stuffed with cream cheese and smoked salmon.
Pancakes stuffed with cream cheese and smoked salmon. © ETERMENT

Mini toast with goat cheese and prosciutto
You are always good with a sandwich. This version is made with goat cheese and prosciutto and is perfect to serve as a snack. Creamy goat cheese and salty prosciutto blend well together.

Mini toast with goat cheese and prosciutto.
Mini toast with goat cheese and prosciutto. © ETERMENT

Eggs stuffed with asparagus
Devil eggs: You can make all kinds of variations on them. This species is filled with green asparagus. You can also use smoked salmon or fried chorizo ​​for variety.

Eggs stuffed with asparagus.
Eggs stuffed with asparagus. © ETERMENT

Mini bread pudding with lemon curd and strawberry
Bread pudding is a true classic. Sweet, savory, and delicious, perfect for using up stale slices of bread. You can make it with brioche bread for a fuller flavour. The combination with lemon curd and fresh strawberries is a delicious spring food.

Mini bread pudding with lemon curd and strawberry.
Mini bread pudding with lemon curd and strawberry. © ETERMENT

Easter mini trifle with strawberry jam, vanilla custard and raspberry
This trifle is ready in fifteen minutes and is also fun to make with the kids. The Easter bunny adds a festive touch to this dessert. You will find the description below the image.

Mini Easter trifle with strawberry jam, vanilla custard and berries.
Mini Easter trifle with strawberry jam, vanilla custard and berries. © ETERMENT

Preparation time: 15 minutes
Number of servings: 6

Ingredients
4 slices of butter cake
12 tablespoons strawberry jam
250 ml vanilla custard
100 ml whipped cream
2 tablespoons sugar
6 Easter chocolate bunnies
75 grams of berries

kitchen supplies
6 small cups

Prepare
Divide half of the cake over the bottom of the cup and press lightly. Spread half of the strawberry jam over it, then divide it over the vanilla custard.

Then cut the remaining cake over the custard, then the rest of the strawberry jam. Place the cups in the refrigerator until serving.

Before serving, beat the cream with sugar until stiff. Divide the whipped cream among the glasses and decorate with the Easter bunny and berries.

You can find other snack recipes here.





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