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Here Comes Peter Cottontail! Everything Easter

Easy Easter Pops - Merry About Town

Easter is just around the corner and it’s time to get prepared! I’m a bit behind this year because we are currently away on holidays. The Easter Bunny is going to have to get to work without me! Here are a few of my favorite Easter recipes and crafts that I will be making this year. I hope you can make use of a few of them too!

Easy Easter Peanut Butter Pops (pic above) – These are hands down my favorite Easter (or anytime treat). They are easy and fun to make and they are so very delicious. If you find the sucker sticks too fiddly, just dip them and dry on waxed paper. They are just as cute and delicious and even easier.

Butterfly Egg Toast - MerryAboutTown.jpg

Easy and fun Easter egg in toast – Super buttery and delicious, egg in toast is a great breakfast for any morning. Instead of a round hole, use your favorite Spring time or Easter cookie cutter and it becomes a fun holiday breakfast. Yum!

Mason Jar Dioramas

Easy Mason Jar Diorama – A craft that even the non-crafty (like me) can do it. I love these cute little Easter diorama jars. All you need are some cute little Easter chicks and a glue gun. Easy peasy and very, very cute.

Overnight Blueberry French Toast

Overnight Blueberry French Toast – Make this delicious overnight French Toast bake before you go to bed and it will be ready for Easter morning breakfast. Just make bacon for the side and you are DONE. Oh and it is so delicious that people will ask for the recipe.

Turducken - Merry About Town

And if you are looking for something new and different to make for Easter dinner, think about trying an Echelon Foods Turducken. We made one for Christmas dinner and it was delicious (and easy). What is a turducken you ask? Well it is a boneless chicken inside a boneless duck inside a boneless (except for the wings and legs) turkey. In the spaces it is stuffed with sausage. It is totally delicious and a bit of a change from the standard holiday turkey dinner. Everyone in our family loved it and raved about how delicious it was. We will definitely buy one again. One thing to note is that since it is mostly meat, you will need a smaller turducken than you would need a standard turkey (or else you will have LOTS of leftovers).

What are your favorite Easter recipes and/or crafts?

SamiJoe

Wednesday 25th of March 2015

Yum... Turducken!

I am definitely making that blueberry french toast! Double yum!