I love bean burgers. I used to go on a girls' camping trip each summer in Maine and we would always make bean burgers (and foil dinners and go skinny dipping!). These look delish.
Wouldn't it be sweet for your kid to wake up to this hanging over their bed each morning?
We're not big into candy for the holidays, but how fun would these peeps be in an Easter basket? (via Poppytalk)
Create your own plant-based dyes. This project is for cloth to make a table runner, but I'm thinking it would work just as well on Easter eggs...
A fun and pretty science experiment.
And another, more delicious use for flowers.
This is how we did our Easter eggs a couple years ago.
How about a brioche bunny in the Easter basket? Peter Reinhart has a great recipe for a 100% brioche; you could use that recipe and then just shape it like a bunny.
Check out these clever little doodads from Mayamade.
Have you seen the Monster Party that One Charming Party has been featuring this month? So fun!
Here's a sweet game to tuck into an Easter basket.
This isn't really anything to make or do, it's just super rad.
And I would really love to see some of these in my mailbox... Okay, that one wasn't really a make and do either. But seriously? Yum.
I'll leave you with these classy Easter bunnies.
Have a wonderful weekend! We'll be celebrating Sam's third trip around the sun with carrot cake, a family party and a few goodies. We do the "something to wear, something to play with, and something to read" thing, so he's getting a book, a 3D dinosaur puzzle and.... drum roll please.... a karate outfit and karate lessons! I think I'm more excited about the outfit than the lessons; it's going to be so cute:) See you Monday!