Easter: Bunny drive in....Use a Twinkie for the car (well, a Twinkie substitute I guess), mini oreos for the tires (put them on with icing), small pretzel for the steering whell (again, ust icing), and bunny peep behind the wheel.
How to Dye Bright Easter Eggs (with food coloring)
It’s the time of year to be thinking about Easter eggs! If you and the kids love to do-it-yourself, we have the recipe for you. It will help you get bright Easter eggs with ingredients you already have in your cupboard! No need for the expensive store bought Easter dying kits, and the kids can help with the final touches!
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Swiss Roll Snack Cakes or Twinkies (for the car) Marshmallow Bunny Peeps (the drivers!) Gummy Life Savers or Sour Rings (wheels and steering wheels) Mini sandwich cookies (wheels) M's, Sprees, or Sweet Tarts (headlights) Pez (license plates) Halved gummy rings or cookies (seat back) Chocolate or Vanilla Frosting (for the glue)
Easter Bunny Racecars ---------- Here come the Easter bunnies speeding down the bunny trail!! All you need is Twinkies, bunny Peeps, large marshmallows, small round pretzels, M&Ms, and frosting or decorator icing for glue. Here comes mine, V-room, v-room!!