Ten Easter Cute Foods for Kids


Everyone loves a little fun on their plate and nothing is cuter than an adorable little Easter bunny or a sweet little Chick. Here’s a round-up of ten of our most favourite Easter-themed cute foods that we’ve enjoyed over the years of this blog. Click on the link to view the original post and get full instructions on how I made them!

Chick in a Pretzel Nest

Easter Bunny Fruit Snack

Cracker and Cheese Chicks

Lip Pop Bunny Sandwich

Chickie Egg Family

Sweet Little Chick Cupcakes

Rice Krispie Bunny Pops

An Easter Morning Breakfast

A Nutella Bunny Lunch

A Bunny Creative Food Plate


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Eight Easter Crafts for Kids


Easter is right around the corner! Here is a little round-up of EIGHT of our most favourite Easter-themed crafts we’ve done over the years. Click on the link to view the full post and get the full instructions!

Kool-Aid Dyed Easter Eggs

Handprint Bunnies

Play Doh Chicks

Easter Chicks, Magical Jellybeans and Lollipops!

Chickie Masks

Handprint Chicks

Handprint Bunnies 2

Paper-Plate Chicks

Enjoy and Happy Crafting!

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Eat a Rainbow Taste-Test


We all know how important it is for our kiddos to eat a healthy diet loaded with a variety of bright and colourful fruits and vegetables. But, sometimes kids aren’t so willing to try out new things and turn their noses up at certain fruits and veggies. Visit CBC Parents to find out about a fun little “taste-test” game I like to play with my kiddos and how it works to to entice our children to try new things.

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Campbell’s Tex Mex Chicken & Rice Bake


How is March Break treating you? We’re smack dab in the middle of it right now and finding constant entertainment for the kiddos has been rather exhausting to say the least. After a jam-packed day of activities today, the kids were starving for supper. I figured tonight would be a great night to try out a new recipe – Campbell’s Tex Mex Chicken and Rice Bake. I had all the ingredients on hand already and it seemed rather easy – and an added bonus, my kiddos love chicken. Plus the kids were home with me, which doesn’t usually happen when I am preparing supper, so I figured they could help out too! They love helping by measuring ingredients, pouring them and mixing them. They’ve become excellent little helpers. The preparation for this recipe is beyond easy and the end result is delicious. That’s my kind of recipe! This is why I have been loving these Campbell’s recipes so much – they truly are “Simple to Make, Easy to Love.” Here’s the recipe:


1 can (10 oz/284 mL) CAMPBELL’S® Condensed Low Fat Cream of Chicken Soup
1 soup can 1% milk
3/4 (175 mL) cup uncooked regular long-grain white rice
1 1/2 tsp (7mL) chili powder
1 1/2 cups (375 mL) mixture of red and green pepper strips, chopped onion
1/2 cup (125 mL) frozen corn
4 (about 1 lb/500 g) boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
1/2 cup (125 mL) shredded Tex Mex cheese (or Cheddar and Monterey Jack mixture)



1. Mix soup, milk, rice and chili powder in shallow 2 qt (2 L) baking dish. Spread evenly with vegetables.


2. Top with chicken. Sprinkle chicken with cheese and additional chili powder, if desired. Cover.


3. Bake at 400°F (200°C) until chicken is cooked through and rice is tender – about 45 minutes. Remove cover and broil until cheese is golden and bubbly – about 3 minutes. Remove chicken and stir rice before serving.


Looking for more ways to find your favourite Campbell’s recipes right at your fingertips? Campbell’s has a ‘Cook With Campbell’s Mobile App’ so you fan find all your favourite recipes that are Simple to Make, Easy to Love. You can browse a variety of recipe themes such as:

o Kid Pleasers
o International Inspirations
o Slow Cooker Favourites
o Stews and Chili

- Effortlessly create a customized shopping list
- Use the Meal Maker tool to match recipes to ingredients on hand
- Save favourite recipes in the Recipe Box
- Share favourite recipes on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or email
- View and submit recipe comments or add a personal note

This app is available for download on the Apple App store, Google Play, and BlackBerry World.

“Disclosure: I am part of the Campbell Company of Canada Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

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Rainbow Crafts and Foods for Kids


There’s just something about rainbows that people love. Maybe because it’s a sign of Spring? Maybe it’s because of their beautiful colours? Or maybe it’s because there is something almost magical and mysterious about them. Either way, they are pretty awesome. We’ve done some awesome rainbow crafts and made some fun rainbow foods over the last few years and I scoured the archives of my blog to do a little round-up of some of our favourites. Click on the links below to get to the whole post and view the directions…

Rainbow Shaving Cream Bath Paint

Ribbon Rainbows and Happy Clouds

Rainbow Puffy Paint

Rainbow Creative Food Plate

Rainbow Pancakes

Rainbow Xylophone

Rainbow Watercolour Paints

Rainbow Fruit Platter

Rainbow Pencil Eraser Painting

Rainbow Cupcakes


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