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People are getting sick of rainbow food-are you?

By Hannah Anstee

Well you must have had your head under a blanket if you haven’t noticed the latest ‘Rainbow’ food trend that’s taken social media by storm recently.

At first there were bagels.


Then there was trifle.



Then donuts.


Unfortunately things didn’t stop there. Yes, that’s right, that’s rainbow cheese you see.



But then very quickly the internet got tired of it.


And took action.

Are you a rainbow food maker? Is rainbow food here to stay or on it’s way out? What do you think? Let us know by posting your pics and comments on our Twitter feed.


Featured image curtesy of Deviant Tart and used under a Creative Commons Licence.


Low-cost Easter crafts for kids (and children)

By Merche Diaz

Christmas does not feel too long ago when suddenly Easter bunnies start hooping and showing up. The fact is, that you don’t necessarily need to spend money on overpriced chocolate and sweets during Easter.

To keep the younger ones happy and busy at home, or even for yourself if you are away from home or you’d like to decorate your place to keep it themed and cozy.

Encouraging children to create their own crafts and being part of that process, making mistakes and getting final results, not only increases their self-confidence but also develops their imagination and a sense of self-sufficiency.

Before starting off the official Easter egg treasure hunt, here are a few ideas on how to prepare and get ready.

DIY chocolate & Easter eggs:

Homemade chocolate (instead of buying, save up and make it)

How to prepare Easter eggs

Easter egg piñatas

How to make Spanish tortilla (with left over eggs)

DIY wearable crafts:

Bunny ears

Bunny tail

Bunny mask

Bunny ears crown

Easter hat

DIY decorations:

Easter basket

3D paper eggs

Bunny finger puppets

Easter egg nature collages

Hanging cones for the Easter hunt

With these slick ideas, you can help your kids keep the spirit of festivity on in the house while avoiding spending your precious pennies on unnecessary stuff and keep saving for summer holidays or similar. You are welcome.

Ideas courtesy of ‘Kidspot‘ and Spanish Cooking Youtube channel website and all its originals ideas.

Featured image by Marusya21111999 under CCO Public Domain the title is ‘kids’ and can be found here.

5 Easter Breakfast Ideas Designed to Impress

By Muna Adil

1. Egg-in-Toast

This quick breakfast isn’t just visually stunning, it’s also great for your morning protein intake and for when you’re in a rush. A fun twist on the traditional eggs and toast, this is also a neat idea for a surprise breakfast-in-bed for that someone special.

Our rating: MMM


Source: Original Naked Chef

2. Blueberry Croissant Breakfast Bake

Indulgent and delicious, this is perfect Easter treat for someone with a sweet tooth. This breakfast may take a little longer to cook up, but the heavenly combo of blueberries and buttery croissant is worth every second.

Our rating: MMMM


Source: Tasty

3. Omelette Cups

This is a wonderful idea if you’re hosting a number of people on the morning of Easter Sunday. These omelette cups are small and customisable, perfect to cater to several different preferences.

Our rating: MMMMM


Source: Tasty

4. Easter Breakfast Casserole

Are you big on your breakfasts? This recipe is ideal for someone who likes a hearty meal in the morning. With a combo of ingredients like eggs, bacon, cheese, and hash-brown potatoes, this is the perfect mix of all the best things about breakfast.

Our rating: MMMM


Source: Allrecipes

5. Easter Bunny Pancakes

What’s the only way to make pancakes even better? Make them in the shape of a bunny of course! This is an adorable breakfast idea, and it’s definitely going to be a hit if you’ve got kids in the house.

Our rating: MMM


Source: busvlogger


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