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DealDash Cooks Eggs Benedict

Great for breakfast, lunch, or brunch, Eggs Benedict is the meal for you. Read on, DealDash is cooking Eggs Benedict…

Eggs Benedict was originally made in New York but is enjoyed by people all over the world. Eggs Benedict is a traditional American brunch or breakfast food. Brunch is great every day but is typically served on Sundays. Eggs Benedict consists of two halves of an English muffin, and each half is covered with a choice of Canadian bacon or ham, a poached egg, and hollandaise sauce. The hollandaise sauce is really the thing that will set your Eggs Benedict apart from the rest. Read on for an Eggs Benedict recipe, from DealDash.

Hollandaise Sauce

Here are the ingredients for the hollandaise sauce:

  • 4 Egg yoks
  • 1 TBS lemon juice, freshly squeezed
  • 1 Stick of butter, cut into tiny cubes
  • Salt, to taste
  • Cayenne pepper, to taste

Here are the directions for the hollandaise sauce:

  1. Melt the butter in a pan, then set aside
  2. If you have a double boiler, used that. Otherwise, fill a pan about a ⅓ full of water and heat until you see a couple thin streams of bubbles. Place a heat-safe metal or glass bowl snugly on top of the pan, without touching the water.
  3. Add your egg yolks and lemon juice to the double boiler. Whisk constantly and vigorously until the mixture becomes frothy and lighter in color. This can take more time than you expect, up to 10 minutes.
  4. Add your melted butter slowly by pouring the butter in a small, steady stream, whisking constantly and vigorously. The sauce should thicken easily at first, then become more difficult to combine. Pour more slowly as this happens, since too much butter can cause the sauce to split. This will take a few minutes.
  5. Add your salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Cover your bowl and keep warm while you are preparing the rest of the ingredients.

Eggs Benedict

Here are the ingredients for the rest of the meal:

  • Canadian bacon or ham
  • English Muffins
  • Eggs

Here are the directions for the rest of the meal:

  1. Heat the Canadian bacon  (or ham) in a skillet over medium-high heat. Cook for a few minutes until it starts to brown, turning occasionally. Keep warm.
  2. Cut each English muffin in half and place them on a baking sheet, cut sides up. Butter the cut sides lightly and toast under the broiler until light brown.
  3. Time for the egg!  Fill a wide nonstick skillet or shallow pan half full of water. Heat until there are a couple thin streams of bubbles.
  4. Crack one egg into a small bowl, taking care not to break the yolk. Gently lower the edge of the bowl into the water, letting some water flow into the bowl. Tip the bowl to slide the egg slide into the water. Quickly repeat with however many eggs you would like to cook.
  5. Cook for 3½ minutes until the egg white is set but the yolk remains soft. Remove with a slotted spoon, allowing the water to drain off of the egg.
  6. Time to put it all together! Place your muffin halves on each plate. Lay a slice of the Canadian bacon on top of each muffin half, followed by a poached egg. Spoon Hollandaise sauce generously over the eggs.
  7. Enjoy your brunch!!

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Enjoy Egg Decorating with DealDash

DealDash Easter eggs

Having kids or grandkids means that you’ll be decorating some Easter eggs this weekend. Here are some tips and tricks from DealDash to make the process go more smoothly.

Decorating eggs is a fun pastime that kids and adults can enjoy together. You don’t have to be a regular churchgoer to enjoy the secular parts of Easter. There are so many great things about decorating Easter eggs. It’s fast, fun, and the best part is you can eat them when you’re done!

Decorating With a Kit

Decorating Easter eggs with a kit is, of course, the easiest way of all. There are a variety of egg decorating kits at any big box store, supermarket, and drug store. Just pick one out and follow the directions on the back of the box. However, I don’t find that the kits produce dark or vibrantly colored eggs. If you don’t care too much what your end result looks like and are decorating them purely for fun, then a kit is the easiest way to go.

Decorating With Food Coloring

Using food coloring to decorate your Easter eggs is almost as easy as using a kit, and produces more vibrant and beautifully colored eggs. Here are some simple directions to dye your eggs using food coloring


  • Water
  • Vinegar
  • Food coloring


  • Mix 1/2 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar and 10 to 20 drops food coloring in a cup to achieve desired colors.
  • Repeat for each color.
  • Dip hard-boiled eggs in the dye solution for about 5 minutes.
  • Use a slotted spoon or tongs to add and remove eggs from the dye.
  • Double-dip some of the eggs to make new and interesting colors, or make them half-and-half.

Decorating With Shaving Cream

The newest innovation in egg decorating is to use shaving cream! Yes, the fluffy stuff you use to shave your body. Try out this fun, new way to decorate your Easter eggs this year.


  • White shaving cream (not gel – and get this from the dollar store, you don’t need anything fancy.)
  • Food coloring



  • Spread your white shaving cream out on a cookie sheet.
  • Squirt a little food coloring across the surface of the shaving cream.
  • Use a chopstick to swirl the colors around in the shaving cream.
  • Take your dry and cool hard boiled egg and roll it around in the shaving cream.
  • Put shaving cream eggs on a paper plate and allow them to dry for 5 minutes.
  • After 5 minutes, wipe off the shaving cream and rinse with water, and voila! Beautiful swirly colored Easter eggs.

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This blog was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Read even more at DealDashBlog.comDealDashTips.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.