Who needs a tray just for toast? I do!
We all know the joke—doesn’t matter your age or location, it applies to you: you walk into target and walk out with a full cart and $100 receipt….So I’m not going to belabor it, but instead assume you know how intensified the challenge is now that Chip and Joanna Gaines’ line just for Target, Hearth and Hand, has taken over several aisles of every store. Not only that, but it features micro seasonal collections to shop, the latest being a line of charming, brunch-themed Easter wares. From vases to flatware to scalloped dinner plates, it’s full of subdued-but-sweet style. It all features America’s favorite design couple’s signature worn-in and well-loved look, and sports a reasonable price tag to boot. Here, four items I just won’t be able to live without this Easter:
Easter Kitchen Towel Set, $9.99
When I was in college my mom would send me seasonal care packages, and they almost always included a festive kitchen towel or two. Now I always feel the need to pick up a new one each season; it just feels like an inexpensive, little, cheery way to embrace each season.
Egg Cups, $9,99
I've never had a real use for egg cups, but I saw one epidsode of The Crown where an egg cup made an appearance at breakfast, and well, now I must have egg cups.
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Cake Stand, $32.99
I love this because it’s not totally overtly Easter themed, which means I can justify the purchase to myself. "I can use it year-round!" "When it’s not holding cakes, it could hold candles and tchotchkes!" "It can hold twice the cheeses of my regular cheese board!"
Toast Server, $22.99
I love brunch! We all love brunch! Why do we not have more brunch-specific kitchen wares? Oh yes, because storage. If I had room for one more only-use-once-in-a-blue-moon kitchen utensil, it’d be reserved for this toast server. If you have a special tray for toast, you must really have it together.