Who says Easter egg decorating is just for kids? Around here, we firmly believe that decorating eggs is just as appropriate for grown-ups. In eager anticipation for the holiday, we’re pairing up with Triscuit to throw an egg decorating party, complete with a green tomato Bloody Mary bar and three brand new Triscuit combos we’re *very* eggcited about ;)

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You know we’re big fans of Triscuit around here — these crackers are the perfect vessels for flavorful appetizers. All you need are three simple ingredients and Triscuit crackers for some real tasty tapas that will make your party menu a breeze.

How to Make Confetti Eggs

We busted out our favorite dye-free (aka way less messy!) egg decorating technique for this soiree: confetti eggs!

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Materials + Tools:
— tissue paper (multiple colors)

— eggs, boiled or blown

— Mod Podge

— paint brush or sponge brush

— scissors

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Psst! First thing’s first: Check out our Egg Prep 101 post for the perfect boiled or blown egg.

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After you’ve boiled or blown your eggs, layer a few pieces of tissue paper and cut small squares. (FYI, you just made confetti!) Brush your egg with a thin layer of Mod Podge, add confetti, then seal with more Mod Podge and let dry.

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Et voila! Look at that cheerful lil’ egg.

Next up, three yummy and easy appetizers — each made with three simple ingredients on Triscuit crackers.

TRISCUIT + PROSCIUTTO + MANGO + ARUGULA

Somehow, this appetizer is simultaneously salty, bitter, sweet *and* refreshing. It’s bite-sized magic.

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First up — buy your ingredients!

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Slice your mango into small squares, then carefully remove the skin. Add prosciutto, arugula and a chunk of mango to the Triscuit. That’s it!

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NOM.

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TRISCUIT + SMASHED MINI POTATO + ROSEMARY + WHOLE GRAIN MUSTARD

Next up: a cracker topped with smashed potato, whole grain mustard and rosemary.

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TBH, we could write an entire post praising the smashed potato… But we’ll save it for another time.

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Boil tiny white potatoes, then lightly smash them with a fork. Add it to your Triscuit, spread on a bit of whole grain mustard, then garnish with a sprig of rosemary.

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How delicious do these look? These were the perfect hearty snack to fuel our egg decorating :)

TRISCUIT + PANCETTA + PEAR + GOAT CHEESE

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Lastly, a decadent bite of Triscuit, pear, goat cheese and crispy pancetta.

This one takes a touch more prep, but it’s *definitely* worth it.

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Slice the pancetta into cubes, then sautée until crispy. Place the pancetta on a paper towel to soak up extra grease, and set aside. Add a slice of pear, then a dollop of goat cheese and top off the Triscuit with a piece of pancetta.

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These apps disappeared QUICKLY — next time, we’re doubling the recipe.

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There you have it! Three delicious appetizers — all made in a snap with three ingredients and Triscuit crackers.

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What goes better with a food spread than a Bloody Mary bar? A green tomato juice Bloody Mary bar! Buy it online or DIY it with green tomatoes for a tasty twist on the classic cocktail.

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Add some friends, tunes and *way* too many egg puns, and you have yourself an Easter party!

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What other flavorful toppings would you add to your Triscuit crackers? Tweet us your combos @BritandCo!

This post is a collaboration with Triscuit.

Authored By: Maddie Bachelder
Food Production + Styling: Roxy Taghavian + Anita Yung
Photography: Brittany Griffin