Let’s not forget about our loved ones this Easter even though we may be spending the weekend with a smaller group indoors this year due to the COVID-19 relief efforts. To help everyone stay connected to our families, we came up with simple ways you can celebrate Easter Weekend with your loved ones this year in a safe and sustainable way.
Nothing says love like homemade baked goods at your doorstep. With a couple of simple ingredients, you can whip up some cute Easter treats to share with your loved ones and neighbours. We love this recipe by Eating Bird Food:
With only a few ingredients you can make delicious and adorable little nests out of mini eggs, rolled oats and coconut shreds:
1 ½ cups unsweetened shredded coconut 3/4 cup chocolate chips 24 Cadbury mini eggs, jelly beans or macadamia nuts
You don’t have to go far in the Pinterest world to find fun arts and crafts ideas to do with the kids. Painting eggs? Poke two holes on either side of them, and blow out the insides to save them for eating later.
Here's a simple egg decorating tutorial to get those creative juices flowing!
Want to gift your loved ones a little something more? Here's a cute towel animal craft we came up with using our LNBF towel set that doubles as a gift basket treat:
Step 1: Find a little facetowel like the one from our 3pc Towel Set:
We are fortunate to live in an age where video calls allow us to be face-to-face with our loved ones. Arrange a good time for everyone to feast together, and make sure they are set up with a device that they can video chat with.
Roast some fresh vegetables like carrots and beans for an easy fix!
Though you may not be able to pass the food around the table this year, you can still e-clink your glasses and enjoy a lovely evening together.