This year, Easter will be a little different. Many of our traditions won’t be able to happen in the same way. Make the day a little more memorable by doing something unexpected—let your family play with their food at the Easter feast! It’s easy with your mashed potatoes; once you prepare them, separate them into several bowls and dye them with food coloring. Let everyone dish up their potatoes and use them to create and decorate a mashed potato Easter egg!
Learn how to make Easter Disney churros with these fun twists! Enjoy egg-shaped churros, Easter-candy–covered Disney churros, and a fun way to “decorate” your Disney churros to look like dyed Easter eggs! Plus, take the Disney churro Easter challenge to see which Easter candies best complement Disney churros and which don’t! Surprisingly, my top pick and bottom pick were the exact opposite of what I thought they would be!
The only thing standing between you and the jelly beans is your memory in this Easter jelly bean counter game. Stare at the jar for 30 seconds. Try to remember how many of each color you can see—your memory will be tested shortly! Cover the jar and see if you can remember how many jelly beans match the question asked! Guess closest, and the candy is yours!
For a fun Easter craft, have your family draw self-portraits on plastic Easter eggs. You can draw on half of the egg, like these. Or draw on the entire egg and place coins in the bottom of the eggs to help them stand upright.