Strawberry Banana Cheesecake Salad This is a favorite of ours all year long! It is so easy, tastes delicious and looks beautiful. It is even a little bit healthy since it has yogurt in it LOL Oh well, at least I keep telling myself that 😀 I hope you enjoy it as much as our family does. Gather your ingredients: 12 oz. whipped topping 1 small package of cheesecake pudding mix 12 oz strawberry or vanilla yogurt 2 cups fresh or frozen strawberries, sliced 3 bananas, sliced 2 cups miniature
I will be trying these out! You can find the complete recipe and instructions over at Hungry Happenings
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
Tie Dye Cake in a Jar This was a very simple and cute project we did with the kids. These are great for giving as gifts 😀 These make perfect teacher or coach gifts. They’re also great for neighbors! Gather your supplies: 5 ~ Pint sized canning jars & lids 1 prepared white cake mix 3 different colors food coloring (your choice) Prepared icing of your choice Sprinkles/decorations Separate your prepared white cake mix into 3 bowls. Add 10-30 drops of different food coloring into each bowl (depending on the
OH YES! We have made so many things with Jell-o! It is definitely time to try frosting 😀 You can find complete instructions over at Joy of Jello.
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.