Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained this holiday while you hunker down? Although Easter might not look the same this year, and our circumstances may be slightly different, you can still enjoy those sentimental holiday traditions — and make new ones with your family as well. Try out some of these fun quarantine activities for kids, they’re sure to fill your basket with heaps of festive joy.
Egg Dyeing with a Twist
Put a creative spin on an Easter classic and step up your egg dyeing game using ordinary things you have lying around the house. Create a beautiful marble finish by swirling some colorful nail polish into the water before dipping the eggs. Or, add food coloring to a bed of shaving cream and roll the eggs over the surface. Once dry, gently dip the eggs in water to remove any excess shaving cream. The results are remarkable! You can also make sparkly eggs by mixing glue with glitter and applying with a small paintbrush. No food coloring on hand? No problem! Make your own by simmering natural pigment-rich foods like beets or blueberries in a cup of water with a dash of vinegar. To make your holiday even easier, boil your eggs with the Kalorik Egg Cooker. You’ll have perfectly cooked, hard-boiled eggs in minutes — all at the flip of a switch.
MOM PRO TIP: Always dye with gloves, to avoid messy aftermath.
Sweeten Up the Holiday
Any day is a good day when chocolate, gummies, or roasted marshmallows are involved. Even better, you can make your own candy with the Kalorik 3-in-1 Treat Maker! A sure-fire success to meet any kid’s entertainment needs, this fun appliance can make all kinds of sweet treats. Create your own gummy bears, worms or fish — or smother marshmallows, fruit, cookies, pretzels, and more in delicious milk or dark chocolate with the fondue pot. Even roast marshmallows to make s’mores from the great indoors. Your kids will be delighted.
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The Hunt is On
The kids might not be able to get together for their favorite game of the season, but you can still create your own Easter egg hunt at home. Channel your inner-child’s hide-and-seek skills and stash easter eggs throughout the house for your kids to find. The parameters might be a bit smaller, but the fun of the hunt stays big. Let the games begin!
Easter Breakfast Pancakes
Rise and shine little bunnies! Start a new Easter tradition this holiday by cooking the most important meal of the day together with your kids. Whip up a batch of fluffy banana, chocolate chip or blueberry pancakes. They’re quick, easy, and lots of fun for the kids. Play around with different shapes like the classic Mickey Mouse pancake, or even an easter bunny by cutting one of the pancakes in half to make the bunny ears. Serve with some smoky bacon for added yum. Use the 3-in-1 Kalorik Griddle, Pancake & Crepe Maker for perfect results!