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Foodie Friday: 12 Delicious Homemade Easter Candy and Treats

What’s better than Easter candy? Homemade Easter candy? Sure, store-bought treats are easier but why not test out some of these recipes for yourself?

Chocolate peanut-butter Easter eggs

Easy, delicious and so very worth it!chocolate peanutbutter eggs

borderHomemade Cadbury Easter Creme Eggs

If I have a favorite Easter treat, this one is it. Can’t you taste the delicious creme?


borderEaster Bunny Cake Pops

Could these bunnies be any cuter? We love the candy corn ears!


borderHomemade Peeps

The fresh taste of homemade marshmallow treats beats that of the cellophane-wrapped variety any Easter treat.

peepsborderDeep-fried Easter Creme Egg

I may have found my new addiction.

deepfriedborderSweet and Salty Spring Snack Mix

If you’re cooking challenged or just want a quick grab and go snack, it doesn’t get much easier than this.

sweetsaltyborderChocolate Ganache Easter Eggs

Chocolate ganache sounds so fancy and sophisticated that you wouldn’t think that it’s incredibly easy to make.

ganacheborderEaster Bunny Bark

This recipe is perfect for all that leftover Easter candy. Assuming you have any.


borderCookie Butter Popcorn

Now that Trader Joe’s is in Colorado, try this recipe with their signature Cookie Butter.


borderBunny Crepes

Turn your favorite filled crepes into bunnies for Easter.  They’re easy to make and fun to eat.

Chocolate-covered eggs
It doesn’t get more basic than chocolate-covered eggs. Unless, of course, they are these beauties.
Easter Candy Pizza
This candy pizza is basically a big pizza of chocolate bark but it is formed in a round springform pan and can basically incorporate anything you want in it. Read: leftover candy sugar rush!

Fun activities and healthy snacks for your school’s Halloween party!

Once again, I am taking the easy way out.

Juice boxes.

That’s what I signed up to bring to my fifth grade daughter’s classroom Halloween party. In fact, this may be her last. They don’t dress up and eat treats in middle school, do they?

Anyway, more props to you if you are the mom or dad bringing snazzy treats and mind-bendingly creative craft and game ideas to your child’s classroom.