Rebecca Edmand

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If you live in the US, you know that Kinder Eggs are not allowed to be sold or brought in. But that doesn't mean you can't DIY a chocolate surprise egg! All you need is a few plastic egg toys, chocolate and a little candy surprise! Full steps and VIDEO here:

Step by step instructions to make chocolate surprise eggs with candy melts and plastic toy eggs. Add your own treats and delight your children.

We all love to color eggs for Easter, but what about coloring them after they’re shelled to make beautiful deviled eggs?! Also, did you know that you can make natural Easter egg dye with dark and bright colored foods such as blueberries, beets, grape juice, red cabbage, paprika, etc? I’m going to play around with …

After eggs have been boiled & yolks removed, fill glass containers about half-full of water & add food coloring. Place egg halves in water, making sure the entire surface is covered. Let sit at least one hour, place them onto wire rack to dry.

Kids and Teens, come test your skills and your luck in a series of zany games with a (peppermint) twist at the Aboite Branch! Minute-to-Win-It: the Holiday Edition happens on Thursday, December 20 (Minutes To Win It Games For Teens)