Parents can be genius sometimes, and this dad was sick of sitting out in the cold. His goal was to be warm, dry and comfortable while providing a light weight, portable, wind resistant, water resistant option. It is up to 30 degrees warmer inside than the temperature outside and it provides SPF 50 sun protection. These run about $80, which is a lot, but if you are facing a future of sports mornings in cold and rain you might think that was a great value.
The Hostess Blog has some great ideas for beautiful Easter decorations. Check it out here.
If you have a class party, egg hunt or other fun occasion, try this Easter bunny cheese spread vegetable tray. Recipe is here.
If you are a better baker, try the Bunny Bread tray. The recipe is here.
I still remember when I was little and my mom made this exact bunny cake. The recipe is here.
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Yum, yum and yum. Check out these cute desserts.
These look great! They are chocolate-covered candy eggs. The recipe is here.
Check out these Egg-cellent Sugar Cookies. You can find the recipe here. They have a touch of lemon in them, so I am sure they are delicious.
If you like pineapple and coconut, check out this bunny cake. It is so cute. I can’t stand it! The recipe is here.
These look easy and yummy. The original blog has disappeared, but here is the recipe for the cake mix cookies. Pick a yellow or lemon cake mix and put two cookie balls near each other so they will attach. Then decorate according to the picture.
These Bird’s Nest cookies are so cute. They look like a little more effort, but well worth it.
Crispy Easter Eggs are one treat the kids love to make. You can pick your colors and your treats to go inside the eggs. The recipe is here.
These cupcakes from Martha Stewart are top-notch. The recipe is here.
Chocolate Nests are one of my favorites. Melted chocolate and chow mein noodles are delicious. The recipe is found here.
These fun buckets would make adorable place holders or table decorations at your Easter Egg Hunt. You can find directions here, but I’ve seen buckets like that at the Target $1 Aisle. These would be cute to wrap in bags and give as party favors.