This week we'll be featuring 3 healthy Easter treats for kids in advance of Sunday's egg-stravaganza. These yogurt-dipped strawberry "easter eggs" are delicious, healthy, and Instagram-worthy. Now let's hop to it!
These baby chick deviled eggs are an egg-cellent addition to Easter or any spring brunch! Hatch a plan and prep these in advance. (We advise keeping the egg whites and yolk filling stored separately in the fridge until the day of serving.)
Kids will love the the grown-up responsibility of helping with holiday preparations and parents can be sure they're making lasting memories for their kiddos. To keep frustration at a minimum, we recommend prepping the eggs and carrot pieces before inviting your little to join you. This healthy Easter treat for kids is sure to delight all your chickadees!
This healthy Easter treat for kids will be super fun for the whole family to make and eat!With the food coloring that gives the bark its pretty colors, young chefs can get creative and explore a variety of colors. What happens when you mix pink yogurt with blue yogurt? Swirl them together to find out!
Happy Easter! The Easter Bunny is hopping down the road and what better way to greet him than with some tasty Easter Bunny Veggie Frittatas for breakfast? These Frittatas are great for a sit down breakfast or a brunch on the go, which helps when you're on the hunt for Easter eggs! We hope these Easter Bunny Veggie Frittatas help you have a cheerful Easter!
There are lots of reasons why we cook. For me, nutrition and health are a big part of it. Creativity and relaxation are another part of it. But also, I hope that the family and friends I cook for can feel the love. I'm not sure what I will pass down to my grandchildren, a printout of my Recipes Pinterest Board? But I do know one thing for sure: Food is family.