Happy Easter weekend! We hope you're all celebrating with friends and family and busy hunting for Easter eggs. If you're looking for some last minute (yet, delicious!) Easter treats that require minimal work ... then keep reading. We've rounded up a list of our favorite sweet Easter treat ideas!
1. These spring flower pretzel bites are almost too cute to eat! Almost! Requiring minimal ingredients and essentially no-baking required, they're easy enough for little hands to help assemble. Plus, they made your dessert table that much prettier! Head to the blog princess pinky girl to see the full tutorial and recipe.
2. Chocolate Bark is one of our favorites for any holiday ... but the Easter Bunny version is the cutest! We love how customizable this sweet treat is for all the preferences in your family. Get the full recipe here!
3. If you're looking for an easy, yet show-stopping, treat for the family brunch then these rice krispie nests are for you!! Amanda's cooking blog has a lovely, easy to follow tutorial.
4. You might want to double the batch on this, because we guarantee it will be a crowd favorite! Plus, how cute is this bunny chow!? Head to Suburban Simplicity for the full recipe.
5. These Oreo Egg Truffles are dangerously addicting, but oh so delicious! Plus, your kids can help you decorate them. And if you have leftovers, these freeze great! Just freeze and pull out of the freezer when you need a go-to dessert (or when you have a sugar craving!).
Learning about symmetry is way more fun when you get to play with building bricks, especially our Pixel Bricks™! We are sharing a really fun and hands-on way to learn an early Math concept through an invitation to decorate butterfly wings.
Here are a few of our favorite April Fool's Day prank ideas we've done to our kids over the years. Most of which are last minute ideas (cause that's how we roll)!
Creative QT® co-owner, Adam Hinkle, lovingly refers toPixel Bricks™ as 'LEGO™ glitter' because they do seem to have a way of finding their way all over the floor if not properly stored. The good news is, however, we have loads of simple and affordable ways to store them all in this one blog.