Easter Marshmallow Bark Easter Marshmallow Bark This was so much fun and easy peasy to make! The kids and I all loved it and we even made some with the neighbor kids! If you’re looking for a great, last-minute fun Easter treat; this is it! Gather your ingredients: 12 oz white chocolate chips 3 cups (approximately 1/2 bag) of pastel color marshmallows Get to cooking: Heat the white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl at 50% for 45 seconds then stir. Continue this process until the white chocolate chips
How cute and EASY for Easter! You can find complete instructions over at Mess For Less
How stinkin’ cute are these for Easter?! You can find complete instructions over at Pizzazzerie
These are so stinkin’ cute and EASY PEASY to make 😀 Frost a marshmallow with purchased frosting, then roll it in flaked coconut. Attach two miniature marshmallows for the feet and decorate with candies for the eyes, nose, and whiskers. For ears, use kitchen shears to cut a strip from the top edge of a large marshmallow, then attach with a bit of frosting. *Borrowed from Better Homes and Gardens
Okay, I’m going to have to try these before Easter! You can get complete instructions over at Betty Crocker.
How stinkin’ cute are these for Easter?! You can find complete instructions over at The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle.
So cute and SO EASY! Get complete instructions from Love From The Oven HERE!
How stinkin’ cute are these?! These are SO easy peasy to make. You can find the recipe at Hungry Happenings HERE!
This is SO EASY and tastes GREAT! You can use this on biscuits, toast, crackers, or anything else you would use preserves on 🙂 This makes a great gift idea and if you live in south Louisiana; you should be able to gather oranges for free! The oranges fresh off the tree are the best because they have a thin skin. This is how we made ours: Gather your supplies: 2 oranges (the thinner the skin, the better) 1 cup of sugar 4 Tablespoons water A sprinkle of cinnamon 3
Here’s another super easy and fun Christmas craft that can be easily converted into a super cute gift idea! These are simply brownies poured into cookie cutters, then baked and decorated! You can give as many as you want! This is a great way to give someone a new set of cookie cutters 😀 THAT’S IT! Here’s how we did it: Gather your supplies: 15-30 metal cookie cutters (depending on the size) Prepared brownie mix of your choice Christmas edible decorations of your choice (M&M minis and Christmas sprinkles work