Easter is a great time to connect with family and enjoy some fun. The candy and sugar-filled treats can tempt even the most health-conscious parents and children. With a bit of creativity, Easter eggs can be a fun way to get fitness and nutrition. Some people love to dye them and create beautiful Easter egg art. Others love to hide and hunt for them, some folks like to eat them. Here are some activities you can do with your family and friends that will make this Easter one to remember.
Make egg salad as usual, but instead of using raw eggs, use hard-boiled ones. You can use different ingredients depending on your taste and preference. Mash your Easter eggs into a fine mixture, then add your ingredients. It will be just as delicious.
Deviled eggs are a great way to use leftover hard-boiled Easter Eggs. You can make them with mayonnaise, bacon, tortilla chips, or vegetables. It all depends on your taste buds.
Hard-boiled eggs are great for dipping into cheese sauce. Cut them in half, longways. Use your favorite cheese sauce recipe, or even a box of macaroni and cheese will do.
Make egg carton chicks by painting a standard egg carton yellow. Cut them into individual cups, and glue them on the eyes made from whatever materials you have on hand. You can also add a beak using orange construction paper or felt.
Easter Egg Tree
You simply need a pot and some branches or twigs. Put them in the pot and cover them with Styrofoam, so they don't move around too much. Then, paint your eggs and let them dry. Hot glue them to the tree.
Whether you have kids or are looking for a way to celebrate the holiday, this collection of Easter egg activities is sure to take you beyond the basics. Happy Easter from your friends at PopWorms!
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