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5 Easy, Adorable Easter Food Crafts

Who says dyeing eggs just once is enough? Just peel hard-boiled eggs and dip them whole into dye before slicing and preparing your favorite deviled egg recipe to make this gorgeous dip-dyed version.

 

Click here for instructions from Crafts By Amanda.

Dip strawberries into warm orange candy melts (available at most crafting stores), refrigerate, and then drizzle with more orange candy melts for these adorable strawberry “carrots”. Or, by them by the dozen here.

Only three ingredients and 15 minutes needed for these super-cute robin’s nest treats: butterscotch morsels, crispy chow mein noodles, and pastel candies. So easy and so sweet! 

Click here for instructions from Simple Nests. 

Don’t leave your Peeps nekkid! Dress them up in melted white chocolate and fun sprinkles. Kids will love to help with this one!

Click here for instructions from Love From The Oven. 

 

Feeling ambitious? Making French macarons isn’t for the faint of heart, but these little chicky-poos are far too cute to throw in the towel (plus, this tutorial breaks it down perfectly). If you haven’t got the time and have a bakery nearby, just buy yellow ones premade and decorate with the kiddos and a few tubes of icing.

Click here for the recipe from Sweet Explorations. 

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