Here are some ways to make Easter sweet, cute, and fun not only for your little ones, but you may find some adult easter basket ideas here too. Let’s start with my favorite part…Easter morning breakfast…
I recently found these sugar buns over at Seven Spoons. Don’t they look amazingly delicious?! I went ahead and made them already, but chose to put them in my freezer before I baked them. I will pull them out on Saturday and let them rise over night. They will be ready to pop in the oven on Easter morning. You can find the recipe here.
And as my mom would say, “For a balanced meal you need to eat some eggs and fruit with that.”
Here is a fun and healthy way to dye easter eggs without food coloring. You may even have some of these items right in your fridge:
- red cabbage
- peeled chopped carrot
Follow these instructions over at Annie’s Eats(an amazing food blog).
Here are some ideas to put in your children’s Easter baskets!
Make it Fun by adding a :
- birdhouse kit
- child size gardening tools
- stickers or rub on tattoos
- these cute bunny puppets made over at Fudge Banana Swirl
Make it Cute:
Mooo.com.au has some really cute free Easter printables to help decorate your baskets.
Make it Sweet:
I think many of us have the “sweets department” under control, or at least I do, but if you are looking for some healthy alternatives to mix in… try these:
- 100% Juice Annie’s Fruit Snacks, fruit leather, or the new fruit twists sold in Target
- Gerber Graduates Yogurt Melts
- Raisins or Craisins
- Annie’s Granola Bars
- Trail Mix
Make it Snuggles and Story Time:
What about your Easter basket? Yes, you are allowed. I have to say that I am still partial to chocolate in my Easter basket, but if chocolate or candy is just not your thing….check out these gift basket ideas for adults over at Creature Comforts