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Fun-Filled Easter Eggs

Here are a few things you can add to your plastic Easter eggs this holiday:

  • Cheerios (great for the little ones)

  • Raisins

  • Grapes

  • Frosted flakes or Lucky Charms

  • Goldfish crackers

  • Fruit snacks

  • Fun Tattoos & stickers

  • Stamps

Rainbow Grilled Cheese

I tried out this recipe from the Pinterest link below. The kids ABSOLUTELY love this each time I make it. Your grilled cheese sandwich will never be the same. When I asked Mariah how it tastes, she replied “It’s so good. Tastes like a donut!” It’s simple!

  1. Select the shredded cheese you’d like to use. Separate the cheese into a couple different paper bowls (depending on how any different colors you prefer to use).

  2. Add 1-3 drops of food coloring to the cheese ad swirl around until the majority of the cheese is nicely covered.

  3. Grab a slice of bread to add rows of the different colors of cheese and place the second slice on top.

  4. Place a slice of butter in your skillet and place your sandwich in the skillet. Once one side is done, gently flip it over.

  5. Once the other side is done, you can choose to add your sprinkles on top of the sandwich while in the skillet or once you take it out. (Caution: If you add sprinkles while in skillet, they may roll off)

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