Homemade lollipops sounds like a great idea, but let’s face it – they can be a big-time mess! Luckily, we’ve got a fun holiday recipe for Easter egg lollipops out of Jolly Ranchers. They’re super-simple to make, and clean-up is a breeze. Now there’s no reason to be afraid of homemade candy! Ingredients Jolly Ranchers Candy sticks Silpat Directions Place the Jolly Ranchers like this on your Silpat:
The Easter egg hunt is a classic tradition but there’s nothing wrong with switching it up once in awhile! So why not give your family’s egg hunt a clever new twist this year? Here’s a few of our favorite fun ideas: Easter Coupon Egg Hunt Instead of hiding jellybeans in the egg, try creating homemade coupons and stuffing it with those instead. The personalized coupons might be for a little extra TV time, an extra bedtime story, or a treat. It’s a great alternative to sugary candies! Math Egg Hunt
Who doesn’t love Peeps? The delicious marshmallow treats hit shelves around Easter time every year and they are just so sweet! For an extra-decadent holiday dessert, try this recipe for Peep Kebabs: Ingredients Peeps in assorted colors Large marshmallows Decorative sprinkles Sanding sugar Brownie cake mix 3 T chocolate pudding 1 c milk chocolate chips (This is plenty for 6 or less skewers) Wooden skewers
Are you planning a formal dinner for Easter? They can be a little daunting — there are a lot of moving parts to organize, from the menu to the table settings. Here’s a stress-free plan that will allow you to actually hang out and relax during the gathering rather than running around like a chicken without a head. The Breakdown Weve broken the big event down into a series of smaller tasks that you can do in increments of time between now and the big day. Yes, you can put on a lovely dinner and enjoy it too.
I love Easter – maybe because I was born on Easter Sunday. I also have great childhood memories of fun Easter egg hunts at my grandparents house with my brothers and cousins.
So its almost time for the Easter Bunny to visit again, but youve made a few new requests this year. Youd like to mix it up a little and go beyond just the plastic eggs, faux grass, and outrageous amounts of sugar. Here are some fresh ideas to fill those Easter baskets without copious amounts of candy: Healthy Snacks Every kid expects a few chocolate bunnies or some jelly beans, but you can prevent a sugar high by balancing the sweets with some more nutritious snacks. Include packages of goldfish, nuts, raisins, healthy fruit snacks, etc.
The following is a guest post from Brooke Horrell, who hosts a DIY segment on YouTube called “What’s Up Moms”Easter has been my favorite holiday since I was a kid and this year, like every year, I was super excited to dye Easter eggs.Four dye kits and a huge mess later (they all failed miserably!!) I decided I had to find another way to decorate our eggs. After some creative brainstorming and …
Easter is almost here! If you’re looking for some fresh ideas for what to leave in your family’s Easter baskets, we’ve got you covered.Here are a few of our favorite sweets and treats:1. Big Hopper Easter Gift from Harry & David2.Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels from Marich3. Homemade Marshmallow Peeps (get the recipe here)4. Gimbal’s Sour Gourmet Jelly Beans5. LindtMilk Chocolate Gold BunnyPINTEREST …
Cute bunnies, colorful eggs and delicious candy -those are just a few of our favorite things about Easter! With this joyful holiday just around the corner, weve come up with a few decorating tips to help moms transform an ordinary dining table into an Easter party masterpiece. 1. Sweet Table Settings
Thank you Frito-Lay for sponsoring this post. This spring, try the new twist on seasonal snacking! Easter baskets are a childhood favorite and a tradition in our household. But have you ever filled your child's Easter Basket and dreaded the idea of all the candy wrappers and half eaten chocolate candies strewn across the living…