Something we do around Easter is color eggs. Even though Caleb is a pre-teen, we still enjoy doing this together. It’s a fun tradition, it’s easy and I usually end up eating boiled eggs for a week--so it’s a win all around.
When we do this we buy one of the packets of egg coloring that shows up around this time of year and follow the instructions for the coloring--it’s all really simple. We notch up the creativity by creating layers of color in various ways. We’ve drawn on the eggs with the clear crayon that these kits come with. We’ve dipped the eggs with a rubber band around them leaving a series of stripes and we’ve dipped in layers by adding one of these strategies after we’ve dipped once creating pictures in different colors. It’s one of the fun, inexpensive, creative things we enjoy doing with food.
Do you do anything creative with food in the Spring?
Okay, we know you already know how to make chocolate milk. We just wanted to have a little fun. And content is content right?
1 Boboli crust
1/2 cup mozzarella cheese
1/2 cup pizza sauce
5 slices pepperoni or salami
Preheat oven to 450 degrees (follow heating directions on pizza crust package). Put crust on a cookie sheet. Spread pizza sauce on top of the crust. Sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top of sauce. Place toppings on top of cheese. Put in oven for ten minutes or until crust is golden brown. Take out of oven and let cool before eating.
Always get permission before preparing food