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/

 

 

Credit: Ashlee Marie

 

Homemade Peeps


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

 

Bunny Cupcakes

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/

 

 

Credit: How Sweet Eats

 

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/

 

 

Credit: Pottery Barn Kids[/caption]

 

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 post first appeared on our parent site, The Local Moms Network. 

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