How to Make Colored Deviled Eggs for Easter

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! Deviled eggs are a favorite around here, and we found a way to gussy them up a bit for Easter Sunday! Check out these colorful deviled eggs! Now I'm going to show you how to dye your own deviled eggs! It's super easy, and doesn't take that much extra time. First, make yourself some egg dye. This is very simple- no … [Read more...]

How to Make Rainbow Resurrection Rolls for Easter

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! Usually, we make traditional Resurrection Rolls, which are rolls baked with marshmallows inside. When the marshmallow melts away, and "empty tomb" is left in the middle of the roll, which is a fun way to bring religion into Easter for kids. Last year, we spiced it up a little and made rainbow resurrection rolls! To … [Read more...]

25 Cheap and Easy Meatless Meal Ideas

Are you looking for normal Meatless Meal ideas for Lent? The kind you can afford, kids will actually eat, and aren't sprinkled with goat cheese or pine nuts? Well, I made a list of "normal" food that is meatless to help me on Fridays this Lent, and I thought I would share it with you. Here goes! Meatless Sandwiches Peanut Butter (with jelly, honey, sugar, bananas... your choice) Egg … [Read more...]

Away in a Manger Christmas Cookies

We made these super easy Baby Jesus cookies for Lydia's Christmas pageant yesterday, and I wanted to share them with you. They're super easy to make, don't involve any cooking at all, and even kids can make them. Even the cookies I decorated I did with 1 hand as I bounced Anabelle on my left hip. (Yep, she's at that age...) Supplies Needed to make Baby Jesus Cookies: Nutter Butter … [Read more...]

Religious Christmas Cookies and Treats!

Pretty much everyone bakes for Christmas, so as long as you're going to be putting in the work, you may as well make it meaningful. Here are some baking (and non-baking) ideas to keep the true meaning in the foreground with your Advent and Christmas yummies. :-) Check out these easy edible Advent wreaths here. When celebrating St. Lucia's feast day, you might want to bake some … [Read more...]

Happy Birthday Jesus Cake for Christmas Dinner- a Meaningful Tradition!

What better way to get across the idea to children that Christmas is Jesus' birthday other than having a birthday cake? It has become our tradition to serve a "Happy Birthday Jesus" cake for Christmas dinner. Even if we get invited to family's house for Christmas dinner, I offer to bring the dessert, and show up with a cake. We usually make this cake on Christmas Eve, and it's always just … [Read more...]

Easy Cupcakes for All Saints’ Day Party

Would you like to make the cutest (and easiest) All Saints' day cupcakes ever?! When you show up to your All Saints' Day party this year, you can impress all the moms wow all the kids with these simple Saint cupcake toppers. ;-)   Now, the thing that makes these cupcakes really easy is that you don't even have to bake them yourself. You can just pick them up at the grocery store … [Read more...]

How To Make Easter Story Cookies {With a Printable Recipe!}

Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! Making Easter Story Cookies is a fun way to celebrate the true meaning of Easter with your kids! It's become a tradition at our house on Holy Saturday, so I wanted to share the recipe with all of you. This post has full directions and a picture tutorial for making the cookies. Each ingredient in this recipe is … [Read more...]

Make Your Own Candy Cross Pops!

Check out all of my First Communion Resources for Kids here. Check out all of my faith-based Easter crafts and recipies for kids here! I've been seeing diy jolly rancher pops around the internet, and the wheels in my brain started turning.  I was sure you could easily make these into crosses, and it turns out, I was right! There was a learning curve to figuring out how to make these into … [Read more...]

Meatless Lenten Meal for Kids

We made this super easy Lenten lunch last Friday, and the kids really loved it! It's amazing how 30 seconds of work can dazzle kids. This would be a perfect, simple lunch to serve on Good Friday (or Ash Wednesday, or any Friday during Lent really). This could not have been easier to do. Make your kids some peanutbutter sandwiches- whatever your family likes. (You know, pb & jelly, pb … [Read more...]