Category: Easter

Say No to Easter Pets

Baby animals (such as bunnies, lambs and baby chicks) are common Easter pets, and every Easter, people give or buy young rabbits and chicks as gifts. While the gesture may seem kind and even heartwarming, there are major consequences that people often over look. Giving and receiving egg-themed or bunny-themed gifts is a part of…
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7 Unique Ways to Celebrate Easter

Happy Easter! Easter is one of the most important holidays in the Christian faith, but with the brightly colored Easter baskets and fun egg hunts, people of various beliefs often enjoy Easter festivities too. Are you in a celebratory mood? Looking for fun unique ways to celebrate Easter holiday? Check out the seven ideas listed…
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Easy Deviled Eggs

This recipe is so easy and perfect for Easter/Passover celebrations.  You can make these deviled eggs ahead on the night before, and serve them at your own gathering or take them to someone else’s.  They are creamy with a touch of spice and tartness.  Chef Kendrick Dopps says she created this recipe to offer a…
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Easter Carrot Cake Cookie Sandwiches

Easter is almost here and we have a delicious carrot cake cookie recipe that the Easter Bunny would definitely approve of. It’s an update on a classic: carrot cake! Your kids will love these carrot cake cookie sandwiches. They have a yummy cream cheese filling and they’re a fun recipe to make with the whole family.…
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The Mystery Behind Easter Eggs

There are many folklore and myths associated with egg symbolism. For example, the story goes that if eggs were laid on Good Friday and kept for a hundred years, the yolks would turn to diamonds. There’s another story that goes: if someone finds two yolks in an Easter egg, she or he will be wealthy.…
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Adorable Easter Bunny Cake

Here’s a great DIY bunny cake just in time for Easter that looks awesome! Plus, it’s a great family cooking activity that’s sure to bring a smile to the faces around you. Make your very own BUNNY CAKE! Who can resist the cuteness? Plus, it tastes good so it’s a no-brainer! Don’t worry, even though…
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Organic Easter Egg Dyes-Natural Solutions

Decorating eggs to give to friends and families is a symbol of friendship, love and good health. In addition, it has evolved to be a prized art form in Orthodox traditions. Instead  of using chemical food coloring this Easter, do something different and experiment using these organic Easter egg dyes Colors Orange: yellow onion skins,…
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Celebrating Fat Tuesday and Ash Wednesday

Fat Tuesday and Ash Wednesday is a time of great celebration in countries around the world, especially those with large Catholic populations like Brazil, Mexico, and Italy. These holidays have been around for centuries, but how well do you know their histories? Here are just a few facts that’ll help you brush up on the…
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40 Day Mindful Makeover for Lent

The Lent season begins February 26. Lent is the 40 days before Easter. It is considered a spiritually sacred time and an opportunity for changing a habit. I invite you to try having a 40-day mindful makeover this year. Lent can be a life-changing experience.  Each Lent, our family met on Ash Wednesday to choose…
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