Easter eggs are fun—but these sweet Easter eggs are even better. These pretty versions will wow your friends and make your kids squeal with delight. Present the eggs to them as a lovely Easter surprise (or anytime surprise)—and then eat the goodies! Perfect for decorating (and for eating), learn how to make your own after the cut.
Watercolor Marshmallows That Are Almost Too Pretty to Eat
Almost. Dyed eggs, move aside. There’s a new Easter craft in town: painted marshmallows. Perfect for a centerpiece, as springtime decor, or just for a beautifully sweet snack, you and your kids will love decorating marshmallows in pretty springtime colors.
Carrot and Hummus Flower Pots
Pre-made hummus, baby carrots, and curly parsley make for adorable snacks. Put them all in small flower pots, which you can find at most garden and craft stores, and serve. We think these would be super cute as an appetizer to your Easter brunch or for a children’s party.
No-Bake Easy Easter Pie Recipe
This delicious Easter dessert from our friends at Hershey’s is, quite literally, as easy as pie. And it combines five of our favorite things: 1. Peanut butter. 2. Chocolate. 3. Graham crackers. 4. More peanut butter. 5. More chocolate. Whip it up in 20 minutes in three simple steps.
A Beautifully Fresh Lavender Lemonade
Perfect for your Easter brunch or just as a refreshing spin on lemonade, you’re going to be ob-sessed with this lavender version. (And if lemonade is too PG for you, add your favorite spirit or a splash of champagne for an adult twist.)