Are you burned out on Easter candy yet? Easter hasn’t even happened, but I feel like as bloggers, we have to plan so far in advance of each holiday we’re totally and completely the holiday when it finally comes around. I was over Halloween by Labor Day. And Halloween is my favorite holiday – because it’s my BIRTHDAY – but I was already over it in September. Same thing happened at Turkey Day, Christmas and Valentine’s Day. The only way I’m not burned out on Easter yet is that is has the best candy of all the other holidays – Cadbury Mini Eggs with that crunchy candy coating and melty chocolate in side and all the malted eggs you can handle. HEAVEENNN!! But when that inevitable candy burn out happens – I’ll latch on to all the fresh fruit I can muster and this Fresh Lemon Berry Napoleon is first in the line.
These lemon berry Napoleons are so fabulously easy, and they feed a herd – so if you’re in a pinch to find something to make for Easter brunch this is money in the bag. Easter eggs in the basket? Gotta be seasonally appropriate here.
Next is whipping up some lemon kissed whipped cream, and topping it with fresh berries! Viola, friends!
It’s a sight to behold and you friends will totally be asking you to bring this to every function this spring and summer. I guarantee it.
Between Ben and I, it was gone in 20 minutes. We couldn’t stop. Gluttony thine name is Keno.
And if you don’t want to make something to bring to Easter brunch – enter to win a Sucre 15 piece Signature Macaron Collection. They’re pure Eastery bliss!
For other fruity and fun desserts and sweets perfect for Easter check these out!
Cherry Garcia Bark
Blueberry Lemon Glazed Baked Donuts
Spiced Pear and Chocolate Bread Pudding