3 Healthy Easter Snacks You Can Eat... Really!

I'm aiming for savory Easter treats this year. What about you?

I love the super cute Scrambled Eggs & Bacon Easter Bunnies in the photo above.

They are a creation from Carrie over at www.worthpinning.com, who kindly allowed me to use her stunning photo here - you can see how it was made and other beautiful Easter deco ideas here.

What a cool site with creative & fun foods to make with your kids and to impress your friends and family with - love it!

Ooh... and there's these heavenly Guacamole Deviled Eggs 

Don't they look delicious? They are from Kim athttp://livlifetoo.yummly.com.

I've never made deviled eggs. But these look amazing. I totally loved browsing through all the scrumptious recipes on Kim's site - Here's the Guacamole Deviled Eggs recipe.

... and what about these picture perfect Paleo Egg Muffins?

They are from Jenny atwww.healthycrush.com.

No cheese, just eggs and veggie goodness. Three different versions:

  1. Tomato + basil
  2. Kale + garlic
  3. Cilantro + green onion

Find the recipes here.

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That's your Easter breakfast sorted, I'd say :)

I'm pretty thrilled that I found some healthy Candida diet friendly Easter recipes. I mean, honestly - what are the chances of that!

Also, here's some inspiration for you if you don't have the time to prepare big Easter spreads - Here you go:

How about simply decorating a couple of boiled eggs like the ones below ;-) I think it's just done with black onion seeds and tiny carrot pieces.

Guaranteed to put a smile on your face - and your kids/loved ones.

easter appetizers healthy for kids

I got all these cool ideas from Pinterest

I find a lot of amazing recipes there actually.

When you're next on Pinterest check out my "Breakfast treats"- I think you'll like them. View the recipes here.

What are you thinking of having this Easter?

    P.S. If you are unfortunate enough to have only recently started a strict diet like the candida diet, and you are not allowed even a hint of chocolate, then check out the Easter post I wrote a couple of year ago. It contains some useful tips what you could snack on, and what to order in a restaurant…

    ...and here's last year's compilation of healthier chocolatey Easter treats, just eye candy ;-)

    I shared this post with Gluten free Fridays.

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    4 Comments

    • Wow, I love the idea of taking the savory route! Everything looks wonderful.

      • Sandra

        Reply Reply April 17, 2014

        Thanks so much for popping over and saying 'hello' Kelly. I'm already looking forward to checking out more of your delicious recipes :)

    • YUM, great snack ideas! Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! :)

      Its live now!

      Cindy

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