3 Creative Ways To Make Easter Entertaining Easy

Quick and easy time- and cost-cutting tips to make this your best Easter yet

By The LifeMinute Team

April 6, 2017

How can I serve a delicious Easter dinner without working too hard in the kitchen?

Boston Market is your solution, says Bahar Takhtehchian, Lifestyle Expert. "They've got amazing Easter meal options called 'Complete Heat and Serve' meals; they include everything from really delicious spiral ham to boneless ham and boneless turkey,"she says.

A 12-person Easter dinner is $9.16 a person.

More good news: Boston Market will be open on Good Friday and Easter. But if you want to order a la carte ahead of time they have delicious options for a limited time, including sweet and spicy apple and Parmesan Tuscan rotisserie chicken.

Go to Bostonmarkets.com for further information.

What are the most delicious desserts (for all ages) this spring?

Ice cream, of course! Blue Bunny has been around for 80 years and has created more than 75 flavors of ice cream and frozen treats. One of the stand out flavors is PB 'N Cones, which is swirls of peanut butter and crunchy cone pieces. Yum! Another option is Bunny Snacks, which are perfect for both kids and grown ups. They come in four different flavors including Salted Caramel Pretzel and Cookies and Cream.

For more info go to Bluebunny.com.

How do I decorate creatively with materials I have at home?

Everyone knows Reynolds Wrap for their foil. But did you know you can use it not only for food storage--but to decorate eggs as well? For example, wrap eggs in foil, smooth it out with a spoon, and then decorate with small art brushes. The result? Cute metallic eggs you can use as centerpieces.

Go to reynoldskitchens.com for more ideas.


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