So here’s the dairy free stash. The boys don’t know yet, Shh don’t tell them. I don’t know why they are getting so many chocolatey things, does anyone else overcompensate because their children are on special diets? I bought the bunnies just because I could get them! I think if they weren’t dairy free they’d be getting one thing only. Oh well! The marzipan and mini dark chocolate eggs are for the treasure hunt.
Due to the abundance of chocolate around, I think we’ll be melting some down. Here are some of the things we might make:
Rocky Road Bars
Chocolate chip cookies
We are going to have an Easter egg hunt like last year, this time in our own garden. The plastic hollow eggs are widely available in any euro or pound shop and can be filled with any treats or small toys you like!
Easter Arts and Crafts
I’m sure we will make an Easter Tree like we did before. My son gets a magazine most weeks instead of pocket money so here are some eggs we made inspired (read copied step by step in a very ocd manner) by his latest magazine. We will make Easter cards, and attempt dying and painting hard boiled eggs again too.
With the beautiful weather this Easter we will be out and about having adventures too. Lots of fresh air and sunshine. In the first week of the holidays we’ve had picnics, gone to the beach, fished in a well, visited the heritage park and more!
Fishing in St. Brigid’s Well adjacent to our house
National Heritage Park Wexford
Easter Irish Parenting Bloggers Link Up
Easter gift tag printables over at My Country Girl Ramblings
Easy Easter bonnets at Where wishes come from
Easter Hama bead activity and Things I love (and hate) about school holidays over at Learner Mama
Office Mum wonders “Is the Easter Bunny a thing?”
There is an Easter trip involving “Hot cross buns and Vikings in the Park” over at The Busy Mama
Tyler Lee’s Easter basket over at Dolly Dowsie