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These wonderful step-by-step tutorials are creations / publications of Hungry Happenings Don't forget to visit Hungry Happenings 's inspiring website to get some more:
DIY Deviled egg daisy - fun spring party snack
Deviled eggs are a favorite at any party, so be festive this Easter and make these Deviled Egg Daisies by HungryHappenings! It’s a simple recipe that will have your guests thinking you spent hours in the kitchen! In hurry you will barely have enough time to get yourself cleaned up and dressed, and the last thing you have time for is filling a bunch of deviled eggs. Solution: create this cute deviled egg daisy and impress your guests! Follow HungryHappenings's tutorial and create your own deviled egg daisy appetizer:
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DIY Rice Krispies treat lamb pops - Easter party treats
Rice krispie + mini marshmallows = Oh-So-Cute Easter lamb pops! There’s something about rice krispie treats that just makes us happy. They’re so fun to make and even more fun to eat. Your kids will love to help make these darling little sheep shaped delicious Easter desserts! They’re surprisingly simple to make, too! These adorable rice krispies treat lamb pops can be great party snacks (not just at Easter).  Follow along Beth's tutorial at Hungry Happening's and create some:
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DIY Chocolate covered wafer cookie bunny - Easter party snack
These super cute Easter treats by HungryHappenings look adorable at your holiday parties, and no baking is involved! The bunny is made out of a wafer cookie covered with yummy chocolate. Kids will love helping put the chocolate covered wafer cookie bunnies in their Easter baskets and also they will love them to eat!  Beth used dark chocolate to cover the waffle cookie bunnies but you can use white chocolate as well! These adorable chocolate covered bunny cookies will be perfect gifts for Easter to almost everyone because who doesn't love chocolate and bunnies? (Especially combined in one!) Follow Beth's tutorial and create a bunch of cute bunnies:
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DIY Chick cheese balls - easy Easter appetizer
Get festive this Easter and make these adorable Easter appetizers – baby chick cheese balls ! These bite sized balls of fun are so cute and the perfect size to pop right in your mouth! Hungry Happening's baby chick cheese balls are tiny, yellow, and fuzzy, just like real chicks . Won’t they be a cute addition to your Easter dinner table ? To make these tiny cheese balls you can use your favorite cheese ball recipe or the bacon cheddar cheese ball recipe used by HH. Just be sure that the cheese ball mixture is not loaded with large chunks of meat, vegetables, or nuts. Follow along Beth's tutorial and learn how:
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Deviled bunny egg feet - fun Easter appetizer
Why serve ordinary deviled eggs this Easter when you can present your family with these super adorable deviled egg bunny feet instead? Serving deviled eggs at Easter dinner makes sense to put all those dyed Easter eggs to good use. Plus, they are pretty darn easy to make. These festively decorated eggs aren’t much more work but look like so much more fun. These hard boiled bunny feet egg appetizers are not just super delicious / healthy but also very decorative and fun to make! You can add any (egg or meat based) stuffing to the deviled eggs, it will be heavenly delicious in any form ! Follow along Beth's tutorial at Hungry Happenings and learn how to make them:
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Hatching hard boiled eggs - fun Easter appetizer
Want something fun to do with all those hard boiled egg s you have on hand this Easter ? Create some hilarious h atching hard boiled eggs with this fun tutorial by HungryHappenings! For fun, serve your hatching hard boiled eggs on a bed of crushed Triscuits, shredded wheat or yummy spring onions. You can use these cute egg chicks to spice up a delicious spring / Easter ( veggie or egg ) salad or just serve them for your kids as a healthy breakfast ,they will love it!
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Skillet dip snowman - easy Christmas appetizer
Warm the hearts and fill the bellies of your holiday party guests by serving a super cute ,delicious & festive Christmas appetizer. When you pull this skillet dip snowman out of the oven everyone will “ooh” and “ahh,” before ripping off pieces of salty bread so they can scoop up the creamy chicken dip in the middle. Follow along HungryHappening's recipe and create this fun and delicious skillet dip snowman appetizer:
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