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Jost Riebau

Editorial Assistant at Kitchen Stories

Food has a special ability to bring people together and it can, like few other things, comfort and calm us in times of uncertainty—so it’s only natural that we turn to it now. As we adjust and move forward day by day, we wanted to put the call out to you, our global community, to share the recipes that have kept you going (even with a dwindling pantry). Upload them or share what you're cooking with us on Instagram using the hashtag #stayhomekeepcooking in your chef's note or post. Community is more important than ever, and we hope that we'll keep you inspired to cook and share with us.


Easter is just around the corner—a holiday that is usually accompanied by family, friends, and perhaps an egg hunt. Though this year, those celebrating Easter, will be organizing things a little differently—it doesn't mean the whole event has to fall through. Whether the Easter Bunny comes by mail or grandma dials in for Easter brunch via video—simple ideas sometimes have a big impact. There are ample ways to have a creative holiday within your own four walls.

How to bring the Easter celebration home

Make your own little Easter baskets for family and friends, which you can either send by post or leave on their doorsteps without contact. Personally, I'd vote for including homemade Easter cookies, prepared with a simple shortcrust pastry, decorated with colorful frosting and fun sprinkles—let your creativity run wild.

Along with the Easter holiday, spring has decided to arrive as well, with warmer, longer days and the first blooms. Bringing the colors of the new season indoors and brighten up your day by making natural-dyed Easter eggs. It's a fun activity to spend an afternoon on, makes good use of kitchen scraps, and the eggs are the ideal way decorate your Easter table!

Our favorite recipes for a (virtual) Easter brunch

Whether you're on your own this year or surrounded by family, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the holiday. The best way we know? With a good meal. So choose one or two of the 15 recipes below, share them with your loved ones, and set up a plan to cook and eat them together virtually on Easter Sunday. Just because we're physically apart this year, doesn't mean we can't celebrate together!

Deviled eggs with avocado cream and prosciutto

Deviled eggs with avocado cream and prosciutto

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Baked eggs with caramelized mushrooms

Baked eggs with caramelized mushrooms

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Asparagus crêpes with eggnog hollandaise

Asparagus crêpes with eggnog hollandaise

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Raspberry Pavlovas

Raspberry Pavlovas

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Rhubarb Dutch baby with vanilla sauce

Rhubarb Dutch baby with vanilla sauce

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Green asparagus tart

Green asparagus tart

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Carrot cake

Carrot cake

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Braided Easter bread

Braided Easter bread

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Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict

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Struwen (Westphalian pancakes)

Struwen (Westphalian pancakes)

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German rhubarb streusel sheet cake

German rhubarb streusel sheet cake

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Savory tomato pie

Savory tomato pie

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3-ingredient strawberry fool

3-ingredient strawberry fool

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Brunch Caesar salad

Brunch Caesar salad

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Make sticky cinnamon buns with Ruby

Make sticky cinnamon buns with Ruby

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What are your favorite homemade Easter treats? Or do you have a clever way to celebrate the holiday this year from afar? Let us know in the comments! 🥚🐰

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