Since your get-together is likely to be early in the day, you don't need to put together a heavy meal for your Easter party. Instead, serve fresh salads, light appetizers and some Easter favorites. You can also set up a table as a candy station, where kids can help themselves to chocolate bunnies and eggs, Peeps, Easter cupcakes, cake pops and other goodies.
Dyed Easter eggs make this special holiday bread look as good as it tastes.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are healthy and easy to toss together to create spring salads. Check out these recipes for a spring berry quinoa salad, snap pea chicken salad and more ideas that are perfect for your Easter party.
Deviled eggs are the obvious choice to serve at an Easter party. Also consider other simple appetizers such as pigs in a blanket or fruit kabobs. When making fruit kabobs, use cookie cutters in Easter shapes to cut out melons and other fruits.
Instead of dealing with bottles and cans of soda, serve sweet tea or a bowl of special party punch. By using Splenda (or mixing half-sugar and half-Splenda), you can cut down on the kids' sugar intake — they'll be eating enough candy already.
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