This weekend is a special weekend for my family. Of course it's Easter, which is such an important day to celebrate the Atonement and Resurrection of our Savior. Definitely one of my favorite holidays. And as if that wasn't cool enough, our church is holding it's Semi-Annual General Conference.
It's a really important occasion for me, so I like to make it enjoyable for my family. Especially for my kids who are still a little too young to appreciate it fully. So I've planned a bunch of fun activities for my toddler, and of course I made a fantastic breakfast to start off our day. I made my usual brioche recipe from my favorite bread book, but found this idea from their blog and decided to give it a go. Mine didn't turn out looking quite as cool as hers (but she is, afterall, a CIA graduate, and a pastry chef, no less), but it did turn out beautifully. And it was delicious! I usually make cinnamon rolls, but this was a nice variation. And this way, I can have my favorite savory breakfast foods like creamy eggs and perfect hash browns, while my cute husband gets his fill of sweet food. Can't wait to make French toast with the leftovers tomorrow.