Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Mini Reese's Cup Easter Baskets


We created these fun Mini Reese's Easter Baskets & they are so easy to make! We think these turned out so cute & would be perfect for class parties at school or just a fun treat for the kids. My boys loved these!

Mini Reese's Easter Baskets

Mini Reese's Peanut Butter White Cups
Pearl Candies from Sweet Works
Small Candy Bunnies
Blue & Green Edible Grass 
White Cookie Icing

Start out by cutting up the grass to fit on the top of the Reese's cup. Add some icing & press the green edible grass down on the top. Add on the pearl candies with the icing. You can find Sweet Works candies in craft stores including Joann's, Michael's, etc... Cut off a piece of the blue grass & attach on the top for the handle using the icing..do the same for the bunny.  

That's it...SO easy!


Here is a close up...


My oldest helper holding this Mini Reese's Cup Easter Basket....


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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Easter Cross Fruit Snack


We love making fun food ideas for Easter & have made a ton of bunnies, Easter eggs, baskets, etc.. and we love making all of it!  However, the real reason we personally celebrate Easter is to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This Easter Cross Fruit Snack is a fun way to talk about the true meaning of Easter with the kids!  This is so easy & takes just a few minutes to make!  The apple represents the stone rolled away from the tomb & we used pretzel rods to make a cross to represent Jesus dying for all of our sins.

John 11:25-26 "I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die." 

Easter Cross Fruit Snack

1 Red Apple
Nutella
2 Pretzel Rods

Start out by cutting the front off of the apple using a knife. Spread Nutella on the front & place the cut off piece to the side.  We melted just a few chocolate chips in microwave for about 20 seconds & attached a pretzel rod on top of the other rod. Let that set for a few minutes. Then press the pretzel cross in the top middle of the apple.  That's it...SO easy!

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party #110


It's time for our Kitchen Fun & Crafty Friday link party & we can not wait to see what you have been up to this past week!

Here are some of our favorites from last weeks party...


















Most viewed link....Rockin Peeps from Crafty Journal...


Lets move on to the Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday Link Party! We would love for you to stop back by next week and you just might be featured!

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*Link up any Crafts, Goodies, any DIY Projects, Printables, Recipes, etc... You get the point! Keep it fresh and try not link up the same thing every week.

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Easter Bunny Butt Bento Lunch


We created this Bunny Butt Bento today & my boys loved it! This is so easy to make & such a fun lunch for the kids to take to school for Easter!

Bunny Butt Bento

Smucker's Uncrustables PB&J (or any sandwich cut in a circle)
Babybel Cheese Snack
Bunny Crackers (Annie's Homegrown)
Hard Boiled Egg
2 Baby Carrots
Lettuce
Raisins
1 Reese's Mini White Cup
2 Marshmallow Bits
2 White Jelly Beans
Chocolate Sprinkles

Bunny Butt Sandwich..


Place a piece of the lettuce in your lunch box & then place a Smucker's Uncrustable on top. We used a Babybel cheese snack for the tail. We also cut a piece of bread in half & cut around the edges for the bunny feet. We cut raisins in half for the pads.

Bunny Egg...


Cut the bottom off using a knife. Cut that piece into ears.  Cut a slit in the top & push the ears in. Cut a raisin in half for the eyes. We also cut whiskers from a carrot & pushed them in the sides. Here is a side view...


Bunny Crackers...


Reese's Mini White Bunny....


Garden...


We added raisins & cut pieces of mini carrots to make the garden. We also used small pieces of lettuce.

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