Peep Twinkie Cars
A fun activity for my grandkids was making Peep Twinkie Cars for our Easter dessert table! We used both Twinkies and Zingers…
Sugar Easter Eggs
3 tablespoons water
4-1/2 cups sugar
I put all the ingredients in a ziplock bag and mixed up really well and then pressed into an egg mold, turned over on wax paper. I cut the ends off equally. I let dry for a few hours then carefully scooped out the centers. Instead of putting in the oven as the recipe calls for I just let them air dry for a couple of days.
I made the royal frosting with meringue powder. I followed the recipe that came with the powder.
Button Easter Egg
A fun Easter craft was making a shadow box button Easter Egg
The idea came from another blog, but instead of putting it on a wood slab we used shadow boxes and then I let them decorate around the egg.