Easter is the time of year that is all about family, friends, and, for children mostly, chocolate eggs. Of course, there is a lot of sentiment behind Easter, especially if you are religious. But essentially, families want to come together, and one thing they want to embrace is food. So I have got a collection of fabulous Easter recipes that you will want to try.
The magic of Easter for young children is all about chocolate eggs. But as people get older, the traditional chocolate egg excitement tends to fade. Yet, Easter is the perfect time of the year to plan a family Easter gathering.
Easy and cute, this Easter Macaroon recipe is perfect for sharing during the holiday. Loaded with the classic coconut flavour I crave in macaroons and topped with sweet candy, this is an Easter treat everyone will be thankful for!
Are you looking for sugar-free Easter gift ideas to give to your children, family and friends that are not only fun but will last so much longer than an Easter egg? Take a look at these sugar-free Easter treats and gifts that you might want to consider this year…
Let’s face it, our tweens and teens are not going to be the first ones to volunteer for an Easter egg hunt when technology is calling. But if there are younger children still within the family, or you are hoping to encourage more family time with your household it is possible to keep the magic alive for Easter with older children. Here are some of the things that you could try.
We are all hugely aware of the impact we are having on the planet at the moment, and many of us are looking to make changes to our habits to be more environmentally friendly. So is it possible to be more sustainable and eco-conscious at Easter? I wanted to share with you some of the ways you can be more sustainable this Easter.
With Easter just around the corner and warmer weather beginning, I have put together this list of Huckleberry products to encourage fun outdoors this Easter. Huckleberry products help little ones connect with nature by encouraging discovery, exploration, creating and playing!
Making the most of the Easter break is usually a high priority for families. With children off school and many parents getting the extra days off, you may be wondering what you can do. With that in mind, here are some of the ways that you can make the most of Easter.
Whilst the tradition at Easter is for the Easter Bunny to visit and hide eggs around house and garden. We tend to do things a little differently with the children getting Easter baskets (or bags this year as I wasn’t organised enough).
Easter traditions are something kids look forward to every year. With these fun Easter tradition ideas, you can have long lasting Easter memories and something the kids can look forward to year after year.