"Ease"-ster Eats: 7 Incredibly Simple and Festive Snacks for Kids

Photo by: Kelsey Banfield
Eggs in Brownie Nests
Ingredients:
1 batch of your favorite brownie batter, 1 small bag Cadbury Mini-Eggs or candy Robins Eggs
Directions:
1. Preheat the oven to 350ºF.
2.... more 
Photo by: Kelsey Banfield
Eggs in Brownie Nests
Ingredients:
1 batch of your favorite brownie batter, 1 small bag Cadbury Mini-Eggs or candy Robins Eggs
Directions:
1. Preheat the oven to 350ºF.
2. Grease the inside of mini-muffin cups thoroughly and fill them half full with brownie batter. Bake for about 30 minutes, or until the tops of the brownies are set and cake tester comes out clean.
3. Allow the brownies to cool for ten minutes., then remove them from the muffin cups and allow them to cool completely. As they cool the centers will deflate slightly. Once they have done so, drop in the eggs and serve! less 
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Mon, Mar 25, 2013 4:32 PM EDT
Easter brunch (or lunch) has always been a super easy meal in my family. We typically go to church on Easter Sunday, so when I was younger, my mom always made the Easter meal an easy one. Ham ready-made from the store. A few vegetables. Perhaps a cake. (We're big on cake). I've taken up this tradition of Easter simplicity, and what I've found is this is fine for the adults, but for kids, festive food is always preferred. Plus, my son is 92% more likely to eat something that looks celebratory. So here are a 7 easy ways to decorate your simple Easter brunch with assorted bunnies and such. - By Laura Mayes



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