Introducing: Macaron Eggs. Don’t they have you hoppin’ right into springtime and Easter? The Bunny still “visits” our house, and the boys absolutely love these dark chocolate, ganache-filled cookies. They almost ignore the rest of the basket. In this recipe, I used almond flour, making them gluten free and delicious! The flavor doesn’t actually even come from the cookie; it’s all in the rich dark chocolate filling. Making the macaroons are a little time consuming, so make sure you have a free afternoon to complete. If you’re short on time but still want a homemade goodie for Easter, try these no-bake, easy-peasy Bunny Truffles.Continue Reading
Is the idea of making marshmallows from scratch a daunting task? We’re here to assure you that – while it *may* be more than one or two steps, creating these goodies is really not as tricky as one might think. Introducing: Easter Bunny Marshmallows with Sprinkle Ears. These can be made together for one yummy mega-treat or you could simply make just the ‘mallow or the bunny cookie. Let’s get hoppin’!Continue Reading
Bunny bliss, anyone? Years back, I spotted this adorable Easter Bunny Cake from the wedding site, Style Me Pretty. I fell head over heels in love with the simplicity of the bunny ears and the adorably cute face. I mean, the ears alone make this cake a showstopper.
With a rich lemon cake and some strawberry filling, this cake equals total bunny nirvana. I am so not joking! But take caution, this baby takes some time to prepare. Just follow my lead and this Sweet Nerd will get you to the bunny moon and back.Continue Reading
Lemons. I love ’em. But, my boys…not so much. I love the citrusy-sour taste. I mean, I go bonkers over a chilled Arnold Palmer, and I have to say I love Beyonce’s latest album, Lemonade.Continue Reading
As the rabbits say in France, “Bunny Appetit”! You must check out these perfectly-portioned, blissfully-balanced, Easter bunny bento breakfast boxes of goodness. (We realize that was – quite literally – a mouthful). You can be creative with any citrus your little ones will eat, smoked ham or turkey, green juice and vitamins, shaped toast, and of course the shaping of the hard boiled egg.
Admittedly, this recipe requires a little time, and some major attention to detail. Especially when it comes to placing sesame eyeballs on a hard-boiled egg…but just know that when any kid sees this, their eyes will light up, and an audible gasp is almost guaranteed.Continue Reading
These Easter Basket Cupcakes are almost too much fun. Seriously! And it’s hard to believe that every single thing that you see here is edible! Even down to the “dirt”. This one takes a little bit of an artsy eye but once you get to splattering chocolate onto those candy eggs, you’ll feel like the Easter Bunny himself. And speaking of hoppin’ into sweet goodness, today we are featuring some uh-mazing virtual bloggers making sweet and savory Easter greats. Earn some serious bunny points, and try these irresistible recipes.Continue Reading
In search of a dessert that *looks* as though it requires hours of laboring, but is secretly so easy, it doesn’t even require an oven? Wait until you see – this recipe for no bake Easter bunny truffles only calls for five ingredients. Introducing coconut truffle balls – delightful in look, taste, and amount of prep time (or lack thereof). Gavin and I decided to throw in a splash of pink to the coconut tails made of creamy goodness and powdery sugar. Enough chatting; let’s get rollin’ – shall we?Continue Reading