- Easter eggs.
Old-school traditions are always the best when it comes to Easter. As a kid, we all remember when we dyed hard-boiled eggs. This activity is a great way to do something fun, without using candy. However, my favorite was always breaking them, afterwards, and enjoying the tasty eggs.
- Chocolate eggs.
Another great moment when it comes to Easter is when you unwrap the foil of an egg and discover a tiny piece of chocolate inside.
- Jelly beans.
Now, I am not the biggest fan of this treat, but I know friends and loved one sure enjoy the richness of a handful of jelly beans.
When it comes to Easter, a healthy alternative to sugary treats is veggies. My favorite is dipping broccoli in Ranch.
- More veggies.
Some more tasty veggies are tomatoes. They are good just dipped in Ranch or if you crush them into a paste, go ahead and spread it on some garlic bread with olive oil and Parmesan cheese to make your own little pizza.
- Bunny pretzels.
White chocolate dipped pretzels are delicious, but they are even better with pink frosting and shaped liked bunny heads.
- Easter shapes.
A bunny-shaped cookie cutter is great for all kinds of treats like Easter pancakes.
- Carrots, er, strawberries.
Orange-colored white chocolate can make strawberries look like carrots.
- Onion dip treat.
Try rolling onion dip in a large carrot peeling and add some parsley on top to resemble a stuffed carrot.
Carrot cake may be a tasty treat, but why not try substituting carrots with parsnips to take a shot at parsnip cake.