So you?ve boiled the eggs – now what? Before you go out and buy that cheap egg dying kit from the nearest grocery story, take a look at some of these tips to make egg decorating even more fun with your kids. Add a little twist to this Easter ritual with some of the following ideas we?ve collected from other creative minds. Get those artistic juices flowing! Crayons
Finally the beautiful weather makes an appearance, the clocks are set ahead and the days are getting longer. Just one glimpse of the purple crocus peeking through the ground can set off an hour of conversation between us about what flowers we will be planting, what colors we should choose, and the yearly banter about who plants the parsley and who plants the basil. Heaven forbid if we both plant the parsley! Important Questions
This bunny cake is a festive dessert for Easter, but it can be made anytime of the year for celebrations such as the first day of spring, a child’s birthday or Passover. The construction isn’t complicated, and it takes no icing skills to get the fuzzy bunny fur just right. Kids can help with the fur and adding the face, too.
Stressed about Easter dinner? Don’t be. Impressing the in-laws is easy with this delicious ham recipe. Top off this savory ham with a sweet gravy to wow them at the table. Ingredients: 1 whole boneless ham 1 small bottle of cherries Ground cloves 1 can pineapple slices Toothpicks 1 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup honey 3 tablespoons cornstarch Brown sugar and honey (optional)