Anywho, I thought I'd put together another roundup post, for those of you still looking for food and drink ideas. Some of these things are typical Easter fare for our family - others are things I've tried and will do again if I have time.
I do hope to get to these.
They're so cute, and they're super easy, too.
It will be a good way to keep them busy while I'm doing last minute get-out-of-house stuff.
I got our eggs boiled this morning, so I think we'll try to decorate them tonight. Not sure how yet. There are a ton of great ideas on Pinterest.
We did the Kool-Aid thing a few years ago and they were fun.
The post I did tells which flavors worked good and which one's turned out terrible.
If ya wanna do something fun for the kids, you could make an Easter themed lunch on Saturday.
I haven't hosted the last few, but this is what I did for the centerpiece a couple years ago.
My sister did a mimosa bar last year with three different juices and berries. Um, what's not to like?
My mom made these cute little bunny candy holders for the kids out of mini water bottles, cupcake liners and card stock.
We did these a couple years ago and the kids loved making them - and eating them.
These potatoes are a must every year.
I could eat my weight in them.
I got assigned dessert this year, so I'm trying to narrow it between these three.
(this is one of my all-time favorite desserts in the land - pure pistachio goodness)
These are the bars I just made recently.
They're definitely worthy of Easter.
Crud, I forgot about the cookies.
We always make these cookies.
There are a zillion and one sugar cookie recipes out there, but this one is, hands down, my favorite.
Hmmmm, I might need to make two desserts. :o)
Are you hosting this year, or do you get the pleasure of stuffing your face at someone else's house?
Any super fantastic Easter Bunny basket ideas you wanna share?
This mom is stumped - especially for The Kid.
Boys are hard to buy for!
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