20 Ways to Use Leftover Hard Boiled Eggs

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So Easter is over and all those beautiful hard boiled and decorated eggs now need to be used.  But what do you do with them besides put them in lunches?  My mom used to do this and we died of embarrassment when we had to peel a decorated Easter egg in the lunchroom after Easter was over.  I got over it haha but I do remember.  We use some to devil for Easter day noshing, but there are still at least a dozen leftover that usually end up going bad.  So this year we went looking for ideas to make those eggs into delicious eats.  Note:  Hard boiled eggs should be refrigerated and used within 3 days for food safety.

20 Ways to Use Leftover Hard Boiled Eggs

A Farm Girl Dabbles – Sriracha Deviled Eggs with Garlic Toast Crumb Topping

Tastes of Lizzy T – Tuna Empanadas

Copy Kat – Creamedd Egg Toast

Spend With Pennies – Spinach Salad with Creamy Poppy Seed Dressing

Cookies and Cups – Hard Boiled Egg Chocolate Chip Cookies

The Healthy Foodie – Smoked Ham and Hard Boiled Egg Salad

Recipe Girl – Spicy Cucumber Stacks

Pinch of Yum – Lightened Up Curry Egg Salad

Teaspoon of Goodness – Tuna Sliders

Yellow Bliss Road – Classic Macaroni Salad

Thifty Jinxy – Cheesy Ham and Egg Sandwiches

A Simple Pantry – Quinoa Hummus Protein Power Bowl

Olivia’s Cuisine – Portuguese Pizza

Simply Recipes – Chickpea and Tomato Salad

Tastes of Lizzy T – Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole

Lil Luna – Ultimate Chicken Caesar Salad

The Homestead Survival – Sriracha Pickled Eggs

Cookin’ Canuck – Egg Wrap with Ham and Avocado Salsa

Vietworld Kitchen – Egg Curry and Masala

Skinny Taste – Asparagus, Egg and Bacon Salad

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Jelly Bean Treats

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Rather than write an ode to the Jelly Bean, I thought I would rather curate some fabulous recipes that feature this Easter staple, and eat.  My mother LOVES Jelly Beans (especially the black ones) and I thought of her while putting this list together.  Without further ado, check out these treats and enjoy!

Jelly Bean Recipes

1. Jelly Bean Krispie Treats
2. Jelly Bean Bark
3. Jelly Bean Cake
4. Jelly Bean Simple Flower Cupcakes
5. Jelly Bean Flower Cookies
6. Jelly Bean Fudge
7. Jelly Bean Edible Bracelet
8. Jelly Bean Flower Cupcakes
9. Jelly Bean Popcorn

 

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Fabulous and Fun Peeps Treats

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Peeps and I have a love love relationship.  I have to have a pack all to myself EVERY Easter season.  I usually eat them in the car alone, because, hello?  NO SHARING.  Though there are many who wouldn’t take one of the colorful and sugary marshmallow bunnies or chicks for anything…Peeps are one of those love them or hate them kind of candies.  But since I love them, here are some fabulous confections that feature Peeps in all their glory.  Enjoy!

Peeps Cupcakes

Chocolate Birds Nest Cookies

Peeps S’mores Shakes

Peeping Peeps

Peeps S’mores

Peeps Pops

Peeps Dirt Pudding

Peeps In a Blanket

Peeps Houses

Peeps Donuts

Peeps Pudding Cups

Peeps Brownie Pops

Peeps Ice Cream Syrup

Crock Pot Dipped Peeps

Peeps Whoopie Pies

Marshmallow Bunny Pops

Peeps Chocolate Pie

Easter Peep Hatchlings

Peeps Rice Krispies

Peeps Playdough

Chocolate Peanut Butter Skillet Peeps S’Mores

Peeps Kabobs

Peeps Cake

Peeps Pudding Pops

Peeps Fudge

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Splendid Spring Cookies

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Spring always makes me want to eat lighter things — even when I bake, I want color and lighter textures and flavors.  These Spring Cookie recipes certainly deliver on the cute and fun while not missing a thing on flavor!  Take a look at all of these and bake up some fun new treats for the season of Spring.

Spring Flower Cookies with Marshmallows

Spring Cookie Bars (Shown)

Sweet Cookies

Bird Nest Cookies (Shown)

Carrot Patch Cookies

Spring Flowers Cookie

Lemon Poppy Seed Cookies

Spring Cookie Pops

Easter Bunny Bottoms Cookies (Shown)

Iced Butter Cookies

Bunny Cookies

Carrot Cake Sandwich Cookies

Flower Pot Cookies (Shown)

Stacked Flower Cookies

Cream Egg Sugar Cookie Cups

Easy Easter Egg Cookies

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20 Delicious Ways to Make Deviled Eggs

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I could care less if the chicken came before the egg or vice versa.  Nor do I care why the chicken crossed the road.  I DO care about the egg, though, especially when it is deviled into a few bites of absolute heaven.  Deviled actually means to prepare food, usually minced, with hot (spicy) or savory seasoning.  Deviled = hot, get it?  In modern takes on that definition, we use it to mean just about any filling for a hard boiled egg.  No matter to me!  I love each and every one of these deviled egg recipes, from true deviled like the Jalapeno Bacon or Sriracha, to more savory options like Bacon Chive.  Take a look and make a few of these for your next devil-may-care party!

20 Delicious Ways to Make Deviled Eggs

  1. Bacon Horseradish Deviled Eggs
  2. Jalapeno Bacon Deviled Eggs
  3. Guacamole Deviled Eggs
  4. Bacon Chive Deviled Eggs
  5. Herbed Deviled Eggs
  6. Pimento Cheese Deviled Eggs
  7. Pumpkin Deviled Eggs
  8. Beet & Avocado Deviled Eggs
  9. Sriracha Deviled Eggs
  10. Spicy Avocado Deviled Eggs
  11. Salsa Deviled Eggs
  12. Pickled Deviled Eggs
  13. Caviar Deviled Eggs
  14. Buffalo Ranch Deviled Eggs
  15. Crab Deviled Eggs
  16. Hummus Deviled Eggs
  17. Cajun Style Deviled Eggs
  18. Sriracha Beet Pickled Deviled Eggs
  19. Gluten Free Deviled Eggs
  20. Avocado Horseradish Deviled Eggs
  21. Pickled Beet Deviled Eggs
  22. Banh Mi Deviled Eggs
  23. Chimichurri Deviled Eggs
  24. Harissa Goat Cheese Deviled Eggs

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Jelly Bean Popcorn

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This Jelly Bean Popcorn is fondly dedicated to my mother, the Queen of Jelly Beans.  She LOVES them, and she now has my daughter hooked also (handy for bribes for sure!).  This popcorn is a great sweet treat for Easter.  It looks so impressive, but is really easy to make!  It makes a great gift when put into a pretty cellophane bag, a basket, or a cute container.  You may find yourself making more than one batch before the Easter Bunny hops into town.  Know what I mean, jelly bean??

Jelly Bean Popcorn

Yields: 6-7 cups

INGREDIENTS

6 cups of popped popcorn – plain (Do not use any butter, but I do prefer a bit of table salt as it plays well with the sweet)

1/3 cup Wilton lavender candy melts

1/3 cup Wilton orange candy melts

1/3 cup Wilton bright pink candy melts

2/3 cup regular size OR mini jelly beans.  We used regular size.

Rainbow nonpareil sprinkles

DIRECTIONS

1.   Line a large cookie sheet with wax paper or parchment paper.

2.   Pour the popcorn onto the cookie sheet, in a single layer, removing any unpopped kernels.

3.   In a microwave safe bowl, microwave the lavender candy melts for 45 seconds on low power. Stir until melted and smooth, repeating the microwave heating in 15 second intervals.  DO NOT OVERHEAT the chocolate unless you want a burned and nasty mess on your hands.  If you do burn the chocolate, start over.  It is ruined.  Don’t use anything over 30% to heat the chocolate, I beg you.  You can also use a double boiler to heat your chocolates if you prefer.

4.   Drizzle the melted lavender chocolate all over the popcorn.

5.   Sprinkle half of the jellybeans on top of the melted chocolate.

6.   Before the chocolate sets, sprinkle 1/3 of the rainbow nonpareil’s on top of the popcorn.

7.   Melt the orange candy melts.  Drizzle the melted chocolate over any spots on the popcorn not covered in lavender. Sprinkle 1/2 of the remaining nonpareil’s on top of the melted orange chocolate.

8.   Melt the pink candy melts. Drizzle the melted chocolate all over the popcorn.

9.   Sprinkle the remaining jelly beans on top of the melted pink chocolate.

10.  Before the pink chocolate hardens, sprinkle the remaining nonpareil’s on top.

11.   Chill for 20 minutes to allow all of the chocolates to harden, and to make handling it easier.

12.   Break into pieces and ENJOY!!

*Store in an airtight container up to 2 weeks.  It will not last that long before getting eaten, though.

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Scrumptious Strawberry Cheesecakes

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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream
Strawberry Cheesecake Tart
Strawberry Cheesecake Pie
Mason Jar Strawberry Cheesecakes
Mini Strawberry Topped Cheesecakes
Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake
Berry Cheesecake Bars
Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake Smoothie
Chocolate Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
No Bake Strawberry Cheesecake

 

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Craveable Carrot Cake Treats

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Craveable Carrot Cake Recipes and Treats

The Baking Fairy – Carrot Cake Waffles

The Bewitchin’ Kitchen – Carrot Cake Pancakes with Chia Jam

Maybe I Will – Carrot Cake Dip

Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom – Microwave Carrot Cake

To Simply Inspire – Carrot Cake Bites

Cincy Shopper – Carrot Cake Cheesecake

Things to Share and Remember – M&M’s Carrot Cake Monster Cookies

Teaspoon of Goodness – Baked Carrot Cake Donuts

Flour on My Face – Carrot Cake Jam

The Gracious Wife – Carrot Cake Roll

Intoxicated on Life – Carrot Cake Fritter Pancakes

Food Folks and Fun – Carrot Cake Whoopie Pies

Simply Stacie – Carrot Cake Cups

Premeditated Leftovers – Carrot Cake Overnight Oatmeal

Kasey Trenum – Carrot Cake Blondies

The Baking Fairy – Carrot Cake Pops

Crockpot Ladies – Crockpot Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Grandbaby Cakes – Carrot Cake Pound Cake

The Bewitchin’ Kitchen – Carrot Cake Homemade Protein Bars

Wicked Good Kitchen – Carrot Cake Cheesecake Crumble Bars

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49 Easter Basket Ideas That Are NOT Candy!

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I do get some candy for the kiddo’s Easter Basket, BUT I do limit it.  Growing up the best part of our baskets were the fun toys, to tell you the truth!  We loved to eat the ears off our chocolate bunny, then we took inventory of our baskets before Mass.  After we got home we played the day away with the small toys that the bunny brought.  Take a look at this list of 49 Easter Basket ideas that are NOT candy, and I bet you can remember getting lots of these!  Tell us what else would you add to this list???  Shop the dollar stores, the Target Dollar Spot, etc. for many of these — fun does not have to be expensive!  Happy Easter!

  1. Slinky
  2. Stuffed Animal
  3. Stickers
  4. Sidewalk Chalk
  5. Books
  6. Wallet
  7. Matchbox Cars
  8. Slippers
  9. Colored Pencils
  10. Headbands
  11. Sports Cards
  12. Watercolor Paint
  13. Underwear
  14. Hair Clips
  15. Kazoo
  16. Marbles
  17. Sunglasses
  18. DVD’s
  19. Fancy Straw Cup
  20. Kaleidoscope
  21. Magic 8 Ball
  22. Crayons
  23. Bubbles
  24. Hair Ties
  25. Bath Soap
  26. Nail Polish
  27. Puzzles
  28. Silly Putty
  29. Play-Doh
  30. Flip Flops
  31. Kite
  32. Finger Puppet
  33. Tattoos
  34. Glow Sticks
  35. Jump Rope
  36. Balls
  37. Card Games
  38. Barbies
  39. Paint Brushes
  40. Frisbee
  41. Hair Brush
  42. Toothbrush
  43. Flash Light
  44. Balloons
  45. Building Blocks
  46. Yo-yo
  47. Drawing Pad
  48. Deck of Cards
  49. Bandaids
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25 Delicious Easter Dessert Recipes! #Easter #EasterDesserts #EasterRecipes

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25 Delicious Easter Dessert Recipes!  WOW the crowd this year with some creative and tasty desserts for Easter.

Easter Chick Cupcakes – Thrifty DIY Diva

White Chocolate Dipped Peeps – The Joys of Boys

Reese’s Cup Easter Basket Treats – Arts & Crackers

Frozen Yogurt Easter Egg Pops – Arts & Crackers

Easter Bunny Cupcakes – Smart Party Planning

Mini Layered Funfetti Easter Cake – Artsy Momma

Spring Push Pop Cupcakes – The Country Chic Cottage

No Bake Rainbow Pie – Spend with Pennies

No Bake Bird Nest Cookies – Sugar, Spice and Family Life

Easter Bunny Rice Krispie Treats – Close to Home

Carrot Strawberries – Life Love Liz

Chocolate Egg Cups with Pudding – Life Love Liz

Krispie Treat Easter Carrots – Cincy Shopper

Easter Bunny Peeps Race Cars – Simplee Thrifty

Baked Donut Nests – A Mitten Full of Savings

Simple Spring Cupcakes – Thinking Outside the Sandbox

Pink Chocolate Covered Pretzels – Generations of Savings

Homemade Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Eggs – Family Frugal Fun

Peeps Whoopie Pies – The Country Chic Cottage

No Bake Oreo Cookie Ball Carrot Truffles – Sizzling Eats

Easter Candy Bark – The Classy Chapter

Individual Brownies with Peanut Butter Bird’s Nest Frosting – Smart Savvy Living

Easter Eggs in the Grass Chocolate Cupcakes – Savvy Saving Couple

Easter Puppy Chow Mix – Simply Stacie

Easter Macadamia Bark – Thrifty Jinxy

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Hand Dipped Chocolate Covered Strawberries for Spring or Easter

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Hand Dipped Chocolate Covered Strawberries for Spring or Easter

This recipe will yield one dozen hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries.

INGREDIENTS
12 large strawberries
12-20 Wilton chocolate melting chips each in pink, purple, orange, blue, yellow and white -NOTE : 12 chips will cover approximately 2 average size strawberries

DIRECTIONS
1. Line a cookie/baking sheet with wax paper and set aside.
2. Rinse strawberries and dry completely. Place in refrigerator to chill.
2. Place the various colors of melting chips in small microwaveable bowls.
3. Microwave each bowl one at a time, for 30 seconds on 50% power, stirring well until chocolate is melted but not too hot.  You don’t want to burn it, so watch carefully.
4. Using a spoon, drizzle the melted chocolate onto 2 strawberries, covering completely except for the stem.  Alternately, hold the green stem and dip the strawberry in the chocolate to cover it completely.    Lay on baking sheet to harden. It will not take long to “set” because the strawberries were chilled.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for all 6 colors.
5. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 3 days until ready to serve.
6. ENJOY!!
Anchor Hocking 6-Ounce Custard Cups with Lids, Set of 4

Wilton Orange Candy Melts, 12-Ounce

Wilton Yellow Candy Melts, 12-Ounce

Wilton White Candy Melts, 12-Ounce

Wilton Blue Candy Melts, 12-Ounce

Wilton Lavender Candy Melts, 12-Ounce

Wilton Bright Pink Candy Melts, 12-Ounce

Hand Dipped Chocolate Covered Strawberries fb

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15 DIY Halloween Decorations

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15 DIY Halloween Decorations

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays to make decorations for.  It is so much fun and really gets me in that Fall mood.  Check out these great and fun 15 DIY Halloween Decorations and get your spooky crafting on, and pin the post for later reference.

1. Spiderweb Garland | Source: 100 Directions

2. DIY Halloween Wreath | Source: Passion for Savings

3. Easy Halloween Milk Jug Ghost Craft | Source: Drugstore Divas

4. Colorful Skull Luminaries | Source: Crafts by Amanda

5. DIY Fabric Halloween Wreath | Source: More Than a Mom of Three

6. Lovely Lace Pumpkin | Source: Living Frugal with Erika

7. Bat Hanging Centerpiece | Source: 100 Directions

8. DIY Frugal Porch Decoration | Source: Extreme Couponing Mom

9. DIY Skeleton Party Banner | Source: Baby Loving Mama

10. Halloween Footprint Sign | Source: Home. Made. Interest.

11. Jack O’ Lantern Jars | Source: Who Needs a Cape?

12. Halloween Garland | Source: 100 Directions

13. DIY Scarecrow | Source: Living Frugal with Erika

14. Easy Halloween Door Hang | Source: Drugstore Divas

15. DIY Halloween Fabric Strip Wreath | Source: Growing Up Gabel

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10 Unique Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

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This is definitely NOT the Easter egg decorating I grew up with (umm hello stained fingers, vinegar and food coloring!)  These 10 Unique Easter Eggs are way too pretty to hide, so grab some supplies and get ready for some, “WOW, you made those?!” compliments!

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10 Unique Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

1. Napkin Decoupage Eggs from Red Ted Art
2. Magazine-Inspired Easter Egg Decorations from Meaningful Mama
3. Tie Dye Easter Eggs from Divine Lifestyle
4. Marbled Easter Eggs from Carolyn’s Homework
5. Foil Covered Easter Eggs from Suzy’s Sitcom
6. Rubber Band Easter Eggs from Simply Stacie
7. Easy Tissue Paper Eggs from Thrifty DIY Diva
8. Silk Tie Easter Eggs from Family Food and Travel
9. Easy DIY Monogrammed Easter Eggs from Divine Lifestyle
10. Mod Podge Glitter Eggs from Mod Podge Rocks

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15 Gorgeous DIY Easter Wreaths

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 Why break the bank buying a custom made Easter wreath when it is so much more fun (and thrifty!) to make your own?!  Get ready to want to make several of these beautiful Easter wreaths.  Good thing I have more than one place to hang because I have a few favorites and I want to showcase them!

15 Gorgeous DIY Easter Wreaths

1. DIY Easter Ribbon Wreath | Source: Suzy’s Artsy-Craftsy Sitcom
2. Easter Wreath and Vase | Source: A Spectacled Owl
3. DIY Easter Egg Wreath | Source: A Cultivated Nest
4. Easter Fabric & Felt Wreath | Source: Life With Love Bugs
5. Let’s Make an Easter Wreath | Source: Bare Feet on the Dashboard
6. DIY Easter Wreath | Source: Clever Pink Pirate
7. DIY Peep Wreath With Rolled Ribbon Rosette | Source: Mom Advice
8. Easter Egg Wreath | Source: Wine & Glue
9. Easter Mesh Wreath Tutorial | Source: Kristen’s Creations
10. Easiest Burlap Wreath You’ll Ever Make | Source: Top This Top That
11. Moss Wreath | Source: A Diamond in the Stuff
12. Grass Wreath | Source: Miss KopyKat
13. 10 Minute Spring Wreath | Source: Living Locurto
14. Yarn Egg Wreath | Source: The Sweet Survival
15. Easter Egg Hunt Wreath | Source: Positively Splendid

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Easy Kid’s Craft and Gift – Make a Candy Blooming Flower Pot

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Candy Blooming Flower Pot Craft

Princess Thanya and her 6-year-old daughter made a darling craft using some inexpensive items.

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Do you have hidden candy?  Or are you like me and can’t pass up candy marked 50-70% off?

Well my daughter and I had fun making this today for her teacher, but it would make a perfect gift for anyone!  It took us less than 20 minutes, and she had so much fun making something for someone she cares about that we made another one for the school nurse.

What will you need?

Bag of mini chocolate bars.  We used 3 Musketeers that is Easter clearance candy, but just about any candy would work.

Wooden skewers

Foam flower and stem stickers

Metal pail, coffee cup or any container

Green flower foam

Glue gun – Supervise children with a glue gun!

 

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How much will it set you back?

Well, lets see the skewers I had but a bag will cost around a buck,  and the glue gun I had but the mini ones are under $10.  I spent $1.50 on the candy, and the big box of flower foam shapes was $5 and 70% off today at Target making them $1.50 and I have bunches left over for future crafts.  I have also seen these in smaller packages at the Dollar Tree.  The metal pail was $1 in the Target $1 bin area but it was black dot for 70% off so this was only 30 cents!  The green foam is $1 at the Dollar Tree and you can get enough for 2-3 for 99 cents.  So I spent under $7 and I have enough to make 3 little gifts, so $2.33 each and you can snack on chocolates while you make it.

But really you can use what you have on hand.  Pencils work well…or do you have popsicle sticks in your craft box?

Once I cut the foam to fit the pail, we secured it with glue and then started the flowers. Glue on one side, for the flower, the other for the stick and in the middle if you have leaves…VIOLA!

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My daughter is super excited to share and brighten her teacher’s and school nurse’s day on Monday and I’m happy that I won’t have the candy to side track my Weight Watcher’s plan lol. But mainly I’m happy that we had a nice time making something for someone else.

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25 More Awesome Easter Dessert Recipes

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AND check out Part I – 25 Awesome Easter Dessert Recipes for more ideas!

 

1. Rice Krispies Flower Treats
2. Bunny Cookie Bark
3. Orange Coconut Cream Cheese Cookies
4. Carrot Cake Brownies
5. Smores With Peeps
6. Almond Butter Filled Chocolate Cookies
7. Easter Egg Cookies
8. Angel Lush Cake
9. Easter Parfait With Peeps
10. Coconut Lime Curd Bars
11. Caramel Almond Ice Cream Torte
12. Spring Chick Cupcakes
13. Butterfly Cupcakes
14. Nesting Baby Blue Birds
15. Peeps in a Nest
16. Easter Nest Cake
17. Mini Bundt Cakes
18. Angel Fluff
19. M & M “Carrots”
20. Cadbury Mini Egg Brownies
21. Peeps Popcorn
22. Easter Bundt Cake
23. Chocolate Birds Nest Eggs
24. Chocolate Funfetti Cookie Sandwiches
25. The Best Cheesecake Ever

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