The Easter Bunny is so busy this year, hopping around the world and delivering his yummy Easter eggs, he simply doesn’t have time to call at the North Pole. But fear not! The elves have taken a well-earned break from making toys for Christmas and whipped up a few of their favourite Easter treats themselves.
Why not try some of these fun Easter activities for yourself? Make sure you let us know how you get on!
Easter Bunny cupcakes
The sweetest Mr and Mrs Bunny you could meet! These tasty cupcakes have ears made of fondant icing and a pink m&m for a nose – but you could always use Smarties or jelly sweets as an alternative. For the full instructions on how to make these Easter bunny cupcakes, go to http://www.bakerella.com/hey-everybunny%E2%80%A6/
Jelly bean carrot cake
Whoever said their kids wouldn’t eat vegetables had obviously never presented them with a jelly bean carrot cake! This easy-to-make Easter treat is made from a shop-bought pound cake, but it would work just as well with a simple sponge cake or Madeira cake. Download the instructions here http://tsjphotography.com/downloads/carrotcake.pdf
Lamb marshmallow pops
These adorable lamb marshmallow pops are a shear delight! They’ll have the kids flocking from miles around! Make your own with these super-simple instructions http://sweetsimplestuff.com/2011/04/22/lamb-marshmallow-pops/ You’d be baaaaarmy not to…
Easter bunny painted eggs
If you’ve had enough of the sweet stuff and feel like getting Easter crafty, these cute Easter bunny eggs are a fab little project to keep your little elfling busy. Using craft eggs rather than real ones makes them even easier! http://littleredwindow.com/2015/03/easter-bunny-eggs.html
Sleepy bunny goody bags
Have you ever seen a goody bag as charming as these adorable sleepy Easter bunnies? They look fantastic, but are so easy to make, it’s a sewing project your kids will love https://probablyactually.wordpress.com/2012/04/04/sleepy-bunny-goody-bags/
Fingerprint Easter bunny and chicks cards
These delightful Easter cards are a project even the smallest of your brood could enjoy helping to create. Just make sure you cover everything that’s not wipeable and have plenty of paper towels to hand for messy little fingers! http://sarahndipities.blogspot.co.uk/2011/04/how-to-tuesday-fingerprint-bunnies-and.html
Happy Easter! x