HOLIDAYS AND TRADITIONS

N0-BAKE EASTER BASKET CAKES

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Happy Spring from Huckleberry Hill!

This is a FAVORITE prior post, as it features my mom, ‘Nonna Cathy’ with her loving grandchildren, Sophia, Davey and Catherine. I think that my mom had a WONDERFUL Easter idea to have the kids make an edible no bake treat. It was so fun for the children, and I recall that Nonna had the children enjoy this activity on Easter day. They were able to make their edible basket after Easter lunch. I hope that this idea inspires you. Wishing you a healthy and blessed Easter season, Maxine (A.K.A. “Molly”)

Nonna Cathy organized a really easy no-bake dessert. While the Easter eggs are being hidden children can be occupied making their individual mini basket.**

She ordered each child a non-decorated ‘mini cake’ from the local supermarket bakery with each child’s name. Nonna purchased rectangle wafer cookies to make the “basket” sides. She put out Easter candies, jelly beans and peeps. The kids had a blast decorating!

Don’t you love it when it is simple, inexpensive and fun? Great Job Nonna!

What new traditions did you begin? You can share ideas anytime, our email is huckleberryhilladventure@gmail.com. Happy Spring! XOXO from Huckleberry Hill.

 

**This was originally published Easter, 2017 and being run again as a heartfelt tribute to a FABULOUS Nonna.