With Easter coming up this weekend, I thought I’d share a few fun recipes and crafts that will allow some intentionality during this holy holiday.
Resurrection Rolls via Lifeway
These are a fun and easy activity to do with kids. They only require a few ingredients and is an opportunity to talk about Jesus’ resurrection.
Empty Tomb Cookies via Faithful Provisions
Like the Resurrection Rolls, these Empty Tomb Cookies also offer a great opportunity to talk about the resurrection all throughout the process. The provided link has some great step-by-step instructions, with verses to read at every step.
Easter Bread via Food Network
This bread is a tradition at our house. The three braided strands represent the Trinity, the wreath represents the crown of thorns and the eggs represent new life. The eggs are dyed red to remember Jesus’ blood that was shed for us.
Stained Glass Cross via Mom on Timeout
This is a fun, rainy day activity to do with your kiddos.
Jelly Bean Prayer via Great Day Graphics
This would be a great addition to an Easter baskets!
Salt Dough Eggs via Design Mom
I love these colorful eggs. You could make a cross or other shapes too!
Mini Resurrection Garden via We Are That Family
This is a lovely reminder to keep in your garden all year long. Add some flowers for more color.
He is Risen! What are some Easter Traditions at your house?
Brittany Turco is a married, mama of 3, collector of vintage pyrex, lover of chocolate, coffee, baking, crafting, sewing, photography and Jesus. She blogs over at bebe a la mode designs and serves as the Infant / Toddler Coordinator in Kidventure at Grace Chapel.