Now on to our third So Sweet Sunday linky party! As always, I'd love to share with you a sweet piece of my week, which this time involved some Easer fun with my sister and her boyfriend. Oh, and we had a certain little munch-kin with us, but she didn't find us interesting for all that long:
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Yesterday's Easter fun involved making some pretty and delicious (that's pretty delicious!) Rice Krispie Treat Dipped Eggs. The whole process is simple and super fun--the perfect kitchen activity for children young and old. I know we've all seen the basic steps to this process portrayed on those cute Rice Krispie commercials going around this time of year, but I couldn't help taking my own pictures and making memories of the day.
Step 1: Make your Rice Krispie treat mixture.
Step 2: Gather plastic Easter eggs, sprinkles, and assorted melted chocolates.
Step 3: Mold your Rice Krispie treats to the inside of each plastic egg, pressing the egg closed for a perfectly compact shape.
Step 4: Remove Rice Krispie Treat eggs and dip one half into the chocolate of your choice.
Aw! Even their eggs are cute together! ;)
Step 5: Roll dipped eggs in sprinkles and allow to harden.
There you have it! A tasty Easter treat that also doesn't look too shabby adorning your counter as an Easter prop! Who doesn't love an edible decoration? ;)
It's your turn to show me what you've been up to this week! Feel free to link up as many times as you'd like, but please do remember to follow these few rules:
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- Grab my new, pretty button and put it somewhere on your blog where others can easily find it and join in on the fun!
PS--This linky party is open from now until Wednesday evening!
PPS--Come back tomorrow to see this cute new baby craft in all its glory:
PPS--HAPPY EASTER!!!! :)