Easter celebrations often bring to mind pastel color schemes and tricky dishes but I find that the simpler the celebration, the more fun our family has. Make this year your best ever Easter celebration and don’t be afraid to switch up the routines and think bolder and simpler with your décor and your dishes for a new twist on enteraining for Easter.
Q: Between Easter baskets, decorations and the family dinner, Easter spending can add up fast. We're on a tight budget this year, but still want Easter to feel special. What are your tips for making the holiday feel bountiful on a budget?
Easter makes me think of fun Easter hunts, bunnies, lambs, chicks, and Easter baskets filled with eggs, chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and pastels. The sky is the limit when it comes to fun creative snacks for Easter. I decided to whip up cute little Easter basket cookies. These fun and simple cookies will be a sure hit with your little lambs!!
For a fun Easter treat, make Easter Marshmallow Treats™ with colorful Easter marshmallow chicks & bunnies. They are just as easy to make as regular Rice Krispies Treats™ and it's a fun Easter activity to make with your kids.
When coordinating a family feast with different schedules, it's important to have plenty of appetizers in case someone should run late. Conversation flows when there is an abundance of tasty treats to nibble. But as Easter Sunday is such a whirlwind of activities, I definitely try to keep my appetizers simple.