For certain holidays, over the years, it’s become sort of tradition to get together with friends in the front yard for festivities. We do Easter egg hunts, 4th of July fireworks, Halloween pumpkin carving parties, and so on. All of these get togethers usually entail fun foods for the kids (and parents, if I’m being honest).
Even when we can’t get together, I’ve found it fun to make holidays a little extra special by having the foods reflect the celebrations. For instance these Halloween jack-o’-lantern quesadillas.
Or Mummy pizza bagels made with mini bagels, tomato sauce, shredded mozzarella and olives. We brought these to one of our front yard parties and they were loved by all.
My friend made these super silly mouths with apple slices with peanut butter and marshmallows.
It’s also become a tradition to have bunny buns (cinnamon rolls shaped into bunnies) for Easter morning.
Sometimes we add faces with fresh fruits.
Last year we made little bunny huts using graham crackers, frosting, chocolate coated candies and marshmallow bunnies.
These are just a few examples – I hope to get more pictures of the other fun food creations we come up with in the future!