Easter Tie-Dye Cake-in-a-Jar 1 box white cake mix made according to package instructions Neon food coloring in pink, yellow, lime green, turquoise, and purple 3 one-pint canning jars 1 can vanilla frosting Rainbow sprinkles
Empty Tombs/Resurrection Buns Empty Tomb Rolls Resurrection Rolls more ideas for celebrating Resurrection Sunday links found in the post Resurrection Cookies Tea Dyed Eggs (You can use food coloring or beet juice also)
My kids would end up eating shells! Easter egg cupcakes: Cake baked in REAL egg shells that you peel away to eat! Imagine your kid's face when they peel what LOOKS like a hard boiled egg and find CAKE?
Its the time of the year where you encourage your kids to paints eggs for Easter. You know theyll never make it as beautiful as these ones. So IF your eggs turned out these beautiful.then you need serious counselling about having fun.
How adorable are these Easter Bunny Gift Jars from the Idea Room? This Easter Craft created from Repurposed Jars makes me want to bunny hop right out to my recycling bin! Visit the Idea Room for all the steps you
2 Minute Coffee Cake in a Mug will satisfying your craving for cake while saving you the hassle of baking a large dessert. With this microwave mug cake recipe, you'll find that it's so easy to make a single serving of cake right in your microwave.
Whisk Kid Rainbow Cake : took a while, but it was fun. It tasted good too. Made it for a birthday party and my friends were amazed. Frosting the cake all white definitely makes for a surprise when it's cut in to.