Find creative Easter egg decorating ideas and new recipes to try this Easter- from glow-in-the-dark or tie-dye eggs to cute bunny cupcakes or mini carrot cakes. Our Easter Hub is your one-stop shop!
Easter Recipe Ideas
Cook up something new this Easter! Enjoy cooking these easy recipes together at home.
- Easter Bunny Cupcakes: Make adorable Easter Bunny-themed cupcakes from scratch with buttercream frosting. Top with coconut flakes!
- Overnight French Toast: Do all the prep work ahead for this gorgeous breakfast or brunch recipe featuring fresh spring berries.
- Mexican Street Corn Egg Salad: A refreshing and healthy twist on traditional egg salad, this recipe is tangy, spicy, and deliciously creamy!
- Pickled Deviled Eggs: These gorgeous purple deviled eggs are perfect for easy holiday entertaining when you make them ahead of time.
- Mixed Vegetable Frittata: Haven’t decided on your Easter menu yet? This frittata makes for a healthy and colorful breakfast!
Easy DIY Egg Decorating
Want to “think outside the shell” and decorate eggs in new and fun ways? Learn how to dye eggs naturally with foods and spices you have on hand at home and have a nighttime Easter egg hunt with glow-in-the-dark eggs. Remember to always use food-safe decorating materials if you plan to eat your eggs after dying.
- Glow-in-the-Dark Eggs: Decorate your eggs to glow under a black light. The more you dip the eggs in neon dye, the more out-of-this-world the eggs will be!
What you need: neon paint, white vinegar, blacklight
- Marbled Eggs: For a fun, swirly afternoon project, grab some nail polish and get to work on these colorful eggs.
What you need: toothpicks, wire egg dropper, wax paper, nail polish (use kids’ edible polish, like Kid Licksis, if you plan to eat the eggs)
- Tie-Dye Eggs: Roll up your sleeves to make these groovy, brightly-colored eggs.
What you need: paper napkins/towels, rubber bands, rubber gloves, food coloring, a spray bottle, vinegar
- Whipped Cream Eggs: Use this foamy, delicious sweet treat to add a creative, wispy texture.
What you need: food coloring, whipped cream, drying rack
- Color-Blocked Eggs: Experiment with new color palettes and color combinations with these fun DIY modern, color-blocked Easter eggs!
What you need: food coloring, muffin pan or small bowls, vinegar, toothpicks or spoons, rubber gloves
Fun Egg Crafts
After decorating eggs, it’s time to think about crafts outside the egg carton. Try this centerpiece craft to spruce up your house for Easter or make these eggshell planters to start a garden.
- Easter Egg Centerpiece: This fun egg craft combines decorated eggs with easy-to-find items. Brighten up any table in the house in time for the Easter holiday!
What you need: decorated eggs, lunch-size brown bag, small twigs, dried leaves, Spanish moss, glue gun, ribbon or other decorative adornments
- Eggshell Planters: As the scents of spring fill the air outside, why not bring some of that freshness inside? The season of new beginnings, spring is a time for new growth. With this craft you can have the buds of spring sprout on your window sill!
What you need: empty dyed eggshells, cotton, planting soil and herb seeds
- Eggshell Confetti Votives: These sweet votives will certainly give your table a festive look come Easter and beyond. You can use as many or as few eggshells for each holder – taking care to simply leave part of the votive above the shell line.
What you need: broken colored eggshells, clear glass votive holders; votive candles
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