Happy Easter! We're on the road today, traveling in the RV. Despite that, we still made time to do a few fun activities. Theresa and the kids made adorable decorated strawberries.
Monday, April 18, 2022
Happy Easter! Easter Treats and Pizza at Home
And then we also made egg shaped pizzas too!
Alli wanted to make sure we had Easter decorations for the RV. Without a lot of crafting materials on hand, we make use of what we do have. I found an idea for making these adorable bunnies out of rolled up paper towels and markers and showed Alli how to do them.
She loved the idea and thought they were so cute.
In the RV though we do have paper. Lots and lots of white paper. Her and Ian made colored eggs, then Alli made a large bunny and also a basket to keep them in.
So good Alli!
They had a hard time going to sleep at night, wondering if the Easter Bunny would find them while we're on the road. Sure enough, when they awoke, these makeshift "baskets" had been left for them.
Filled with an abundance of tasty treats.
Alli was happy to get Hershey's candy coated eggs, while Ian loved his Cadbury mini eggs.
And in the eggs they found, Ian was thrilled to get one with money.
Theresa and the kids love making chocolate covered strawberries, especially when they can decorate them with cute designs. Theresa found some beautiful designs online, but the cost for delivered strawberries was excessive. $39.99 for 6 strawberries! Let's make them ourselves! Theresa bought lots of colors of candy melts for their project.
She melted the candies and the kids helped dip the strawberries and let them cool on parchment.
We went through lots of different colors.
Ian helping dip strawberries too.
Theresa did some of the finer work, making these strawberries look like Easter Eggs.
The kids did drizzled colors over these chocolate covered berries.
The toothpicks are coming out. Theresa is getting really precise on her designs now.
Oh my Theresa, those are adorable.
There's a whole plate of bunnies with carrots.
And even more Easter Egg strawberries.
Nice work all!
And they taste delicious too.
Since we're staying with a Harvest Host family who is letting us stay on their land, we made a few extras to share. They were enjoyed by everyone, and they were impressed that the kids made them.
Pizza seems super easy by comparison. Ian helped me make the dough. I rolled it out in the shape of an egg.
Then the kids used toppings to give them decorations.
After coming out of the oven, they were perfect and ready to eat.