Easter Bunny Cupcakes

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

My little daughter is into baking, so for this Easter she wanted to make some Easter Bunny cupcakes.

I found this decorating kit from Wilton. Click here to find it. I loved the design. It looked so cute on our Easter table!

Jell-O Easter Eggs

Jell-O Easter Egg

So my mom used to make this recipe for me as a child. I used to love these Jell-O Easter Eggs, and I still do! The recipe is very easy and inexpensive. All you need is to empty about a dozen eggs by removing the insides through a very small hole, wash them, and fill them with Jell-O. After cooling them, gently crack them around, run them through hot water for about 2 seconds, and peel them.

You can also use different layers of Jell-O to make stripe designs. It will take a little longer between cooling layers to add the new ones, but if you had the time go for it!

Cookie Decorating

Sugar Cookies Decorating Time!

My daughter loves decorating sugar cookies. It is a fun activity to do with your little ones. You can make your own cookie dough or you can get a cookie mix. To see the one I use from Betty Crocker click here.

Sugar Cookie Mix

After getting your cookie mix, the next thing you need is your decorating materials. We love pink and white cookie icing and sprinkles. For these, I like Wilton cooking icing (click here) and their sprinkles (click here).

Cookie Icing
Sprinkles
Happiness!

Stuffed Zucchinis

One of my favorite recipes is stuffed zucchinis. It is very easy to make and it looks beautiful on the table. I like to prepare it with small zucchinis, as shown in the picture, but if you can’t find them then the conventional type can be used as well.

Start by washing and opening a cavity in your zucchinis. I like to start with a knife and then gently carved out the insides with a spoon. Save the tops! Then filled them in with seasoned ground beef (I use salt, pepper, cumin, and garlic), chopped onions and peppers, rice, and parsley. Cover the zucchinis with their tops, and arranged them standing on a pot. My favorite brand is Le Creuset. Finally, fill your pan with a can of tomato paste diluted in enough water to barely cover the zucchinis. Let it cook covered in medium-low heat until zucchinis are tender (about 30-40mins).