With Easter coming up, and a new week of homeschooling upon us, we’ve been scouring the internet for some fresh recipes that are fun to make as a family. Here are a few we’ll be trying!
Credit: The Baker Mama
A Healthy Easter Snack Board
The Baker Mama never disappoints for Pinterest-worthy projects that are also totally doable for non-cooks. This veggie-laden Easter Bunny is adorable for a pre-dinner snack any time this week, or as an appetizer plate on Sunday.
Try it: https://thebakermama.com/recipes/easter-bunny-snack-board/
DIY this classic Easter treat—just put gelatin and gel food dye on your next food delivery order.
Try it: https://ashleemarie.com/homemade-peeps-marshmallow-recipe-video-tutorial/
Credit: Your Cup of Cake
These adorable bunny ear cupcakes start with cake mix and are jazzed up with some fresh ingredients. Decorating is made easy with marshmallows.
Try it: https://www.yourcupofcake.com/easy-bunny-cupcakes/
Easter Snack Mix
How Sweet Eats calls this trail mix “addictive” and we can believe it. Cereal, pretzels, m&ms and chocolate chips? What could be bad…especially when the recipe calls for a quick zap in the microwave for cooking.
Try it: https://www.howsweeteats.com/2019/04/easter-snack-mix/
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Hummus Dip with Fresh Veggies
Sometimes it’s all about presentation. And if “planting” your veggies (carrots, jicama or even snap peas work well) in a little “pot” of hummus get kids to eat up? We’ll try it!
Try it: https://www.potterybarnkids.com/tips-and-ideas/recipes/hummus_dip_with_fresh_veggies/
This article originally appeared on our parent site The Local Moms Network.