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Easter Candy Parade

Created By: Sarah Stebbins

Introduction

What was good for Christmas is even sweeter for Easter. 

Fill glass food jars with bulk candy arranged in colorful layers. Or create an Easter basket effect by nestling a white-chocolate bunny or lamb in green paper "grass." Finish with ribbon and a tag, or attach a note to the lid using double-sided tape.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, April 2010

Reviews (1)

  • LyndaDenise 23 Mar, 2010

    I did this on my desk at work - I also found edible easter grass in several colors and flavors - imported from germany I found it at cost plus world market - a word of warning though it doesn't taste like much more than wafer cookies. Green is Apple flavor. I've put that with sweettarts chicks and ducks and malted milk balls (eggs) and peeps of course - what's Easter without Peeps! Lol