Just another week until Easter! We’re in full swing at my house, crafting baskets, dying eggs and daydreaming about frilly dresses and fluffy bunnies!
You’ve still got loads of time to cute-ify your Easter…here are a few delicious and adorable things that are on my to-eat list:
?It may seem too good to be true, but it’s true! You can make your very ownHomemade Peanut Butter Easter Eggs from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen.
This is one of those “How has no one thought of this before?!?” kind of things…what better marriage than between kettle corn and rice krispy treats? Get the recipe for kettle krispie treats at Dine and Dish.
This is such a sweet idea, and great for an adult gathering too! Make dyed deviled eggs with Happier than a Pig in Mud.
I’d like to award The Chocolate Muffin Tree with “Best Kid Recipe of Easter 2011″ for these brilliant Marvelous Marbled Easter Egg Cookies.
Your friends are sure to love these Mini Bird Nest treats from Busy Bee Kids Crafts. I think it’s a super cute and petite dessert!
Get your kids even more excited for the upcoming holiday with this savory and delightful Baby Chick Easter Sandwich by Cute Food for Kids.
Simple and OH SO CUTE!! Visit The Decorated Cookie Blog and learn how to create quick and easy hand drawn marshmallow kabobs for Easter.
Here’s a fun and innovative use of dollar store plastic eggs! Make Jello Eggs with I’m Sharing the Wealth.
It wouldn’t be a proper Easter food roundup without an adorable cupcake! The Food Network shows us how to make Little Lamb Cupcakes.