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Easter egg popsicles - so clever!

Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs - Pinner says "I've done this many times and the eggs are much creamier tasting - delicious!" 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Good idea when making a lot of hard boiled eggs...like for Easter!

Easter - God’s Wonderful Surprise! — This is a YouTube video of the Resurrection Story from The Jesus Storybook Bible!

Countdown to Easter...12 days of activities for preschool aged children

Plant an Easter Garden! Using potting soil, a tiny buried flower pot for the tomb, shade grass seed, and crosses we made from twigs. Sprinkle grass seed generously on top of dirt, keep moistened using a spray water bottle. Spritz it several times a day. Set it in a warm sunny location. Sprouts in 7-10 days so plan ahead. On Good Friday, put a little lego Jesus inside and slide rock to seal tomb. On Sunday the tomb is EMPTY! He is Risen! He is Risen indeed!

Easter Jelly Bean Story....a great way to share the real meaning of Easter along w/a sweet gift.

this look simple enough for spring. I wonder how much yarn they used. (the site is not in English). And the skip the ribbon - some jute would be perfect here.

INGREDIENTS AND DIRECTIONS: 1. Reduce 1 sleeve graham crackers to crumbs. 2. Layer 2/3 of the crumbs in a 1 quart jar. 3. Place 8 marshmallow bunny peeps standing up, facing out around the inside of the jar. 4. Press them up against the glass, but don't squash them. 5. Carefully spoon remaining crumbs in the center of the jar to support the bunnies, pressing down to keep it snug. 6. On top of this pour 1-1/4 cup Easter M&M's. 7. Spoon 1/3 cup brown sugar into center of M&M's, gently pressing with a spoon. My changes: I did M&M's first, then Peeps, then put combined brown sugar and graham cracker crumbs in baggie. I didn't like how the crumbs made a mess in the jar. Attach a gift tag giving the following instructions: EASTER BUNNY S'MORES 1. Empty the jar contents into a bowl. Snip the bunnies into bits with kitchen sheers or cut up with a knife. Return the bunny bits to the mixture. Mix well. 2. Melt 1/2 cup butter; add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Pour this over the dry ingredients, mixing well. Pat into a greased 9" square pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes. Cool and cut into bars. (Makes 9 to 12 bars.) *Option - leave bunnies whole; combine remaining ingredients and place the bunnies on top; then bake as directed.

boil eggs, crack the shell, then reboil in colored water...these are awesome!