Fill Up That Easter Basket
I haven’t gotten an Easter basket from my godfather in years, but every time spring rolls around, I can’t help feeling a little disappointed that I’m too old for that woven basket filled with goodies. I haven’t been asked to be a godmother to anyone yet, so now I’m in this limbo period where I’m not giving or receiving gift baskets.
It kind of stinks, but at least I get to be in charge of the Easter egg hunt this year. Still, after checking lots and lots of food blogs and seeing all the Easter treats they’re baking up, I can’t help but wonder what I would add to an Easter basket. Keep reading for my picks!
When I was a kid, I didn’t eat Cadbury Creme Egg or Peeps. I do love the Easter Reese’s candies and pastel-colored M&Ms though. Rather than stuffing a basket with store-bought treats, I think it would be so much more fun to make desserts instead.
Easter Egg Candy – This is a sweet way to liven up your Easter dessert. Try these homemade candies!
Almost Candy Bars – This is a quick and easy bar to make that tastes like a million dollars. You can switch ingredients to make it taste different every time; the flavor of cake mix, type of chips and nuts.
Candy Bar Meltaways – Milky Way candy bars liven up this simple recipe.
Rock Candy – Make your own pretty rock candy to pass out as presents for any holiday or birthday.
Pecan Cream Candy – A must for any pecan fan!
Fudgemallow Candy – Satisfy a sweet tooth with this rich candy, best cut into small squares.
Foolproof Chocolate Fudge – Hop on the Candyland Express this holiday season with festive fudge that’s as easy as it is delicious. Using sweetened condensed milk, you can prepare this classic homemade treat in just 10 minutes.
What kind of stuff would you want in your Easter basket?
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