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Party Carrot

Make one of these carrots for each party guest, then display them in a big bunny-tempting pile on the brunch table. Thanks for the cute idea Spoonful! What you'll need:   Orange paper napkins, dinner size   Green plastic utensils   Green pipe cleaners How to make it:   1. For each carrot, fold one of the paper napkins into a rectangle. Place a set of utensils across the lower left corner ...

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Vanilla Custard Served in Eggshells

Delicate yet tasty, this classic vanilla custard looks sweet enough to finish off any special spring meal when served in eggshells instead of a plain dish. Thanks for this fantastic idea Delish.com Ingredients 6 large eggs 3 cup(s) whole milk 1/2 vanilla bean, seeds scraped 1/2 cup(s) sugar 1 envelope(s) (about 2 1/4 teaspoons) unflavored gelatin 1/2 teaspoon(s) salt Directions Using a paring knife, score e ...

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Bunny Napkins

Thanks to Sherry Clarke for this simply adorable idea!!! ' “Bunny Ears” is my go-to napkin fold. I usually place them in the stemmed glasses on the table, but since it is Easter, I decided to have some fun and made bunny face napkin rings to go over the rolled napkins.' Instructions: Napkin: 1. Fold napkin in a triangle. 2.  Start rolling the napkin from the folded end. 3. It will look like this. 4.  Fold i ...

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Creamy Chocolate Mousse Eggs

These delicious Easter treats are so good you will want to make them all year round. Thanks to Essential Kids for the recipe! Ingredients 350g CADBURY Milk Chocolate Melts 6 balloons 250ml PHILADELPHIA Cream For Desserts, a double cream alternative 250g CADBURY White Chocolate Melts 2 egg whites 2 tablespoons caster sugar Yellow liquid food colouring Method Melt half the milk chocolate in a bowl over simmer ...

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Brown Bunny Cookies

These Brown Bunny Cookies are a sweet bunny treat for Easter and really easy to make! Thanks to Busy Bee Kids Crafts!! Here's what you'll need... • Round cookies (non-sandwich) • Peanut cookies • Icing • Stick pretzels • Chocolate chips • Round Candy like Jelly bean or peanut M&M  Here's how you make them... 1. Spread icing onto your round cookie. If you have peanut sandwich cookies you will need to twi ...

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Fuzzy Chick Cookies

Try these tasty Fuzzy Chick Cookies, a fun edible craft for preschoolers and older children to celebrate Spring or Easter! Thanks to Busy Bee Kids Crafts for the simply adorable and easy recipe!!   Here's what you'll need • Small Cookies (we used Vanilla wafer cookies) • Icing • Yellow food coloring • Coconut • Zipper baggie • Candy corns • Mini chocolate chips  Here's how you make them... 1. In a zipp ...

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Time to Color the Eggs!

It won’t be long and Easter will be upon us.  What comes with Easter?  Dying off eggs.  Really this is of course my favorite part of this holiday.  Who is ready to dye Easter eggs?  While the dying of the Easter Eggs may be my favorite part (outside of the family time) it does tend to stress me out a lot from the mess.  I mean I want to be that mom that just doesn’t care but I do care.  A LOT! So here is a ...

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Easter Carrot Cakes

These easter carrot cakes are a healthy alternative to the seasonal chocolate overload. You can make individual cakes or one large one thanks to Essential Kids.  Ingredients 300g carrots 250g walnuts 2 large eggs 1 cup raw sugar 3/4 cup canola oil 1 tsp vanilla essence 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp salt 1 cup plain flour 1 tsp baking powder Icing 1 cup pure icing sugar 100g creamed cheese 45g butter, at room tempe ...

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Bunny Tails

Here's a fun Easter favor to pass out this year...bunny tails! The marshmallow kind of course. Thanks to eighteen25 for the delightful idea!! what you'll need: marshmallows snack size ziplock bags bunny tails toppers download topper 01 or download topper 02 white cardstock stapler double sided tape (or other adhesive)     step one: print out toppers and trim off edges step two: cut white cardstock ...

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EASTER CRAFT — BUNNY MASKS

Inspired by the craft project I spotted on The Happy Home blog, I sat down with my boys this week to make Easter bunny masks. It was pretty easy… and once we created a mask template, the boys were able to cut them out and stick the cotton wool on all by themselves.  They were very proud of their masks. And aren’t they so cute?! Here’s what you’ll need to make your own: heavy card stock paper (white) pink cr ...

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