6 New Traditions for Easter
Whether your Easter traditions include a neighborhood-wide egg hunt, or family potluck feasts, it is safe to say that we are all having to adjust our traditions for the current circumstances in the world. Easter 2020 may look a little different from all your past Easters, which means it is a fantastic time to start a new tradition! Here are some of our favorite ways to add to the Easter celebration. (Bonus: they are all social-distance-friendly)
Since eggs are harder to find in most grocery stores these days, try your hand at some new Easter decorations.
What is Easter without a fruit-themed dessert? Add some spring cheer to your menu by making a Blackberry Cobbler for dessert.
If baking something from scratch feels intimidating, or if you want the ingredients shipped directly to your door, no worries! Southern City Flavors Blackberry Cobbler Kit is the easiest way to make a cobbler, with clear instructions, a jar of filling, and a mix for the cobbler topping. Not to mention, it will be the best cobbler you have ever tasted.
Need something fun for the kids to drink too? Blend up any berries you have on hand, along with a frozen banana, and a splash of your favorite juice, milk, or water. They will feel extra fancy if you put a lime on their rim, too!
Let your loved ones know you are missing them during the Easter holiday by sending them a box of Easter goodies! For the kiddos, send a bag of Lil Goos and a Sweet Everyday Musings Wooden Slingshot with our Lil Kids Easter Gift Batch.
If you love putting together an Easter basket full of sweets, send our Easter Treats Gift Batch! With Shotwell Candy Co. Original Salted Caramels, a Tempered Chocolate Dark Chocolate Candy Bar, and The Shortbread Shop Lavender Shortbread, this box is sure to make their mouths water.
When you send a gift batch to your favorite Little Ones, don’t forget to give Mom or Dad a heads up! Ask them to hide the gift when it arrives, so that you can have the joy of watching them find it Easter-egg-hunt style via video chat.
Holidays are a great, natural reminder to let the ones we love know that we care about them. Chances are pretty high that you and your family (or chosen family) have had to spend some time apart recently. No matter how you do it, use Easter as an excuse to let them know that they are near and dear to your heart.