These sugar cookies are already decorated! I’ve incorporated soft sprinkles into the cookie dough before rolling it out and cutting it into Easter shapes. The effect means that they look like they are already decorated with pastel coloured spots.
Want an easy no-bake Easter treat? Well here’s an easy recipe for you!
These Strawberry Easter Carrots are simple and delicious. I found a similar idea on Pinterest (soo many ideas on there!) that suggests using candy melts. I think white chocolate is probably tastier. You do need to ensure you use an oil based food colouring for this – I use Creative brand stocked at my local cake decorating shop. Water based food colouring will make the chocolate seize and harden.
Easter is fast approaching. It’s time to look past the commercial aspect of the season and think about the real reason for Easter and the sacrifices made. It’s time to think about new life.
Easter eggs represent new life and also symbolise the tomb in which Christ’s body was placed. Over the years Easter eggs have developed from painted bird’s eggs to chocolate eggs – and they’re everywhere! Easter eggs have been on the shelves of supermarkets since the beginning of the year. It seems as though it’s a little earlier every year, but I’d like to think that the normal savvy shopper can look past this consumerism and pause to think about the real meaning.
These chocolate bunny biscuits are as cute as can be. Add to that some white chocolate and coconut and you’ve got biscuits made in heaven.
It’s a basic biscuit dough, so feel free to use it for cut-out biscuits for all occasions. My son helped with these (he also helped eat some of the dough scraps that appear after you remove the cut out cookies!).