Easter is just around the corner, and we’re ready to go on an Easter Egg Hunt with our family (with ALL Disney treats, hopefully!).
Although we’ve been ordering our favorite Sprinkles cupcakes and making the cutest DIY Easter baskets, the holiday is about to get a LOT more magical with these themed Disney crafts and recipes! And although Easter may look a little different this year, we’re hoping these crafts and snacks will help make your holiday magical.
While we’ve been spending time at home, we’ve been reading plenty of books on top of catching up on our favorite Disney+ shows. And, you can give the gift of traveling to fantastic worlds and new places to your kiddos by passing down your favorite books. Then, you can print out these cute Disney bookmarks! Rapunzel is right that this is going to be the BEST. (HOLI)DAY. EVER.
Ufufy Easter Eggs
Don’t these Ufufy Easter eggs look adorable?! We love their sweet li’l faces that just look super cuddly. You can spruce up your Easter eggs with construction paper, felt tip pens, and food coloring for festive bbs that will make your table spread even more charming.
Baby Groot Gingerbread Cookies
Cue your Awesome Mix Volumes ’cause we’re making BABY GROOT COOKIES! You can celebrate the start of spring with Easter flowers and these little saplings. Just make sure you make enough for the whole family because the Baby Groot Cookies are sure to be out-of-this-world tasty!
Hidden Mickey Stained Glass Cookies
Spring is ALL about those pastel colors. That’s why the Hidden Mickey Stained Glass Cookies will fit right into your array of Easter treats! The buttery sugar cookies filled with melted candy is bound to be a hit with your family (but you’ll totally want to save some extra for yourself ;D).
Mickey Waffle Cake
Mickey waffles and whipped cream are one of our FAVORITE combos out there. And, you can make breakfast for dessert with this sweet recipe! Pick your favorite sprinkles while you stack up the waffles. Oh, and make sure to top it with syrup, chocolate drizzle, or whatever other sauce you want!
Mad Tea Party Dessert Cups
While Alice may have used the “Drink Me” glasses and “Eat Me” cookies and cakes to grow or shrink, we’re using the Mad Tea Party Dessert Cups to create themed holiday treats! Oh, and did we mention that the cups are EDIBLE on top of being adorable?! (Plus, that white chocolate mousse on the inside sounds pretty yummy too!)
Hopefully, these will make Easter at home even more fun! Let us know if you give any of these a try!!
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What Easter craft or recipe are you looking forward to making the most? Let us know in the comments below!