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My kids get very little candy in their Easter Baskets and instead receive gifts but Jelly Beans are always a given treat. They are also the candy that is always left over after their favorites are eaten. I don’t stop buying them each year because it doesn’t seem right to have an Easter Basket without Jelly Beans. If Jelly Beans get neglected in your house you can save them from the trash because everyone will eat them when you make…….
Jelly Bean Fudge Ingredients
2 cups of Jelly Beans (I prefer the smaller ones like the Starburst Jelly Beans)
1 can of vanilla frosting
1 (12 oz) bag of white chocolate chips (2 cups)
In Medium Bowl, melt chocolate chips according to package directions.
While chocolate is melting, take wax paper and place in 8 inch square pan. Make sure to have it going over the sides so you can easily remove the fudge.
When chocolate is melted, stir in vanilla frosting – mixing completely.
Stir in Jelly Beans.
Pour in prepared pan and place in fridge for 2-3 hours.
When you are ready to eat, remove from pan by lifting up wax paper. Slice and enjoy.
Topic: Jelly Bean Fudge
I remember Dunkaroos fondly and who can resist the taste of frosting and animal crackers. This recipe is even better than the Dunkaroos I remember. It is also not high in fat due to the non-fat yogurt and fat free cool whip. This recipe is a great wasy for kids to create their own snack. No knives, cooking, or other worrisome kitchen appliances to harm them.
This Dunkaroo Dip Recipe also yields a decent amount and stores well in the refrigerator. Make a batch and put a small container with some animal crackers in your child’s lunch as a treat each day. They won’t even know they are eating yogurt and it is cheaper than buying already packaged snacks.
Dunkaroo Dip Ingredients:
1 Funfetti Cake Mix
2 cups (16 oz) nonfat/fat free vanilla yogurt
1 cup light cool whip
Combine yogurt and cool whip in a large bowl.
Slowly add in the funfetti cake mix, stirring as you go.
Completely mix all the ingredients together until there are no dry pieces. If you need to add a little more yogurt.
Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Provide Animal Crackers and let the dunking begin.
Topic: Dunkaroo Dip Recipe
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No need to adjust your screen, those really are brightly colored Easter Deviled Eggs! This is a super fun and easy recipe to share with your friends and family for Easter, and your kids will LOVE it! Me and my 4 year old had a great time making them, and they tasted super yummy!
Step 1: Boil eggs for about 10 minutes, then set in the fridge to cool for about 30 minutes, take them out and peel them.
Step 2: Cut eggs in half and carefully scoop the yolk out, once you have halved all the eggs and taken the yolk out, mix the yolk with 2 tsp of mayo, and 1 tsp of sweet relish and set aside.
Step 3: fill 3 bowls up with vinegar and food coloring.
Step 4: Submerge the Eggs into the different colored liquid until you get the color desired. Set aside until you have dyed them all.
Step 5: After all the eggs are dyed, put them all together on a plate and grab your yolk mixture
Step 6: Fill all the eggs halves with the Yolk mixture and sprinkle the tops with Paprika.
Step 7: Add some fun decorations like Easter Grass and Peeps to a plate and arrange the Easter Deviled Eggs onto a plate and serve!
This is a great Easter Recipe for you and your kids to do together, and bring to any family or church event, they will be a great hit! What’s also great about this recipe you can switch the colors according to what holiday it is! Green for St. Patricks Day, Black and Orange for Halloween, or even Red, White, an Blue for 4th of July!
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Check out all of the other great Easter crafts, recipes and more on our Easter Page!
I know this isn’t your typical Easter Bonnet but my daughter didn’t want a hat. What is the mom to a diva to do? Well, make her something fancy. The best part is this is a craft that kids can do.
Ribbon, Scissors, head band, ribbon, tulle, imagination
This is the famous bowdabra … I love mine but you do not need one for this craft. It is for those of us that need help with this stuff. It also is helpful when you have little crafters working with you.
Darice BOW1003 Bowdabra Bow Maker and Craft Tool <—- you can buy one if you want
If you want to see how I made them you can check out my you tube video. It is os much easier to explain when you see it. The point is you can whip these up and place them in birthday gifts, easter baskets, princess party favors, and dance competition head gear. They are a favorite craft in our house and we just keep buying headbands at the $1 store. Then we keep our crafting scraps and recycle them into something adorable. You take the headband and tie your scraps on with the ribbon then you curl the ribbon. It takes me about 2 minutes but it takes a little longer for my 4 year old to make hers. The picture above is of a headband that she made with my help. I had to tie it but she cut the scraps and stacked them This is a super craft and it is a great Easter Bonnet for the child that doesn’t want a traditional hat.
I would also like to remind you that no matter what they create be proud of them. Enjoy the time you spend with them and keep on crafting! If you have a moment pin our post so other can make something pretty for themselves or someone else.
Make sure you check out my Easter Centerpiece is it so CUTE and only $5.
The team here at Madame Deals have a challenge, who can create a cute Easter Centerpiece with only $5? Well here is My (Rachelle) Entry!
How cute is this!? And I only spend $5 to make it! It was super easy and fun to make, Now if I could only keep my 4 year old from trying to steal the Peeps, we have already lost the hatching Peeps on top, they never had a chance. I fear the rest of them won’t make it to Easter.
1. Start by opening the peeps (and trying not to eat them) and layering them in alternating colors until you reach the top!
2. Make sure you are layering the Peeps against the glass, so you have a nice hole in the middle!
3. Stuff the grass down in the hole and fluff over the top
4. Add a few eggs at the top, and open a few of them (depending on how big your vase is) and pop a few peeps in there, to make it look like the just “hatched”
5. Add a decorative ribbon and tada! A super cute Easter Decoration for $5!
This Easter Craft would be great for a table, a mantle, or an Easter Buffet! Its pretty, and pretty cheap too!
Check out all of the other entries in our $5 Easter Challenge on our Easter Craft Page!
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