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No one adores Easter more than the kids. Make the holiday an even more memorable occasion by inviting your friends and their little ones for a fun-filled day.
Baskets ready? The hunt is on!
Cheerful invitations set the tone for a fun-filled family gathering. Make your own invitation cards with the kids as a fun after-school activity. It’ll be a welcome break from homework!
Stuff plastic Easter eggs with prizes such as stickers, miniature toys, stationery, and candy bracelets. Make hard-to-find golden eggs an extra special treasure with $1 coins and $2 notes — just remember where you hid them.
Refreshing drinks, popsicles, sandwiches and finger foods are great things to serve at an Easter egg hunt. Fill a picnic basket with snacks and Easter goodies. Or try your hand at making these sweet and savoury Easter recipes.
If you have a large group of children, pair the younger kids with the older ones to keep the game fair and mark a home base for each team. When the hunt starts, one player from each team can take turns to find five eggs before returning to the home base and tagging the next team mate.
When you’re certain that all the eggs have been found, it’s time to tally the results and reward the winners with prizes. Have enough prizes for everyone, because everyone’s a winner at Easter.
Need some help with Easter egg hunt decorations? Our designers at honestbee have produced some egg-stra special Easter-themed drawings just for you. Download and print honestbee Easter illustrations.
Celebrate Easter with a mouthwatering braised chicken dish, and homemade hot cross buns. These classic recipes are sure to be instant crowd pleasers.
We hope you enjoy these recipe cards from our designers at honestbee.
Savour the warmth of a familiar chicken meal over the long weekend, made more adventurous with a dash of chestnuts and tasty seasoning.
Recipe from Knorr
Previously synonymous with Easter, these buns are now making regular appearances in lunch boxes for the young and old. You’ve tried the store-bought version, now try to make your own oven-fresh hot cross buns.
Recipe from Jamie Oliver
Get your Easter groceries delivered on the same day, within your selected 1-hour window. Shop now
Fill your basket with special treats from Anjali Chocolat, Gastronomia, and Da Paolo this Easter. Your sweet tooth will tingle for these masterful creations. Even though some of these chocolate extravaganzas are too beautiful to gobble up… at least, right away.
Anjali Chocolat Easter Bunny (50g) available in Belgian milk chocolate, Belgian dark chocolate, and Belgian white chocolate, $10
Anjali Chocolat Easter Chicken (80g) available in Belgian milk chocolate, Belgian dark chocolate, and Belgian white chocolate, $12
Laurent Bernard Large Egg 12.5cm with 1 small rabbit, $40
Laurent Bernard Small Rabbits in plastic egg shell, $15
Da Paolo Bunny Cupcake available in vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry, $4.80 each
Niederegger Marzipan Bunny & Egg Variation 175g, $23.80
La Molina Chocolate Egg in Jar 2 x 90g available in white chocolate and dark chocolate), $28.80
Check out more Easter specials at the honestbee Easter store now.
FIRST / LAST
I remember in the week 1 video, I kept hearing the words “first time”. First time we delivered, first time we met the shopper bees, etc etc. But now as the month comes to an end, it has been replaced with the “last time”. Here is my collections of things I’ve did for the last time.
Bye van I remember always dozing off when I’m inside. So warm and the scenery was hypnotizing and I went everywhere in it. When it was freezing ass cold, the van was a place where all of us could hide. So many memorable conversations happened inside too.
(Going to miss the view for my daily commute)
well there is still a first time, which was when a sheet of ice was frozen on top the windows. Pretty surprised. I think it’s because I’m such a window condensation collector, but I wasn’t in the superhouse yesterday. Perhaps that’s why the remaining water froze.
Bye phones which we had our orders on and used it to shop with. And also my source of wifi! HAHA. I really like the logo, just so happy, and well I do like yellow 😀
Last time with bee chan, going around the streets, prompting honestbee. I will always remember this because it was one of the toughest thing, being out in the cold for so long, and I’m not someone who can tolerate the cold very well. The heavy snowfall really doesn’t make it any easier. i remember numerous times when my hands gets so cold, it starts stinging. Nonetheless, it is always so nice when I told them about the service and they would get excited saying that it is such a good idea and they order!
(Bee Chan spreading the love once more)
(Yuko and Kyko! They are usually the ones that I’m out with in the snow! Love them to bits)
(When I was saying how this is my last promotion, Kyoko, who was inside Bee Chan made a crying action *all those feels)
Going to miss having Kyoko as my driver. She is the fastest driver amongst everyone. And with good reason! I remember there was once when we were rushing to reach a customer’s house before end of the hour. Wow, there was a point of time were I, ever so slightly, felt scared HAHA
Last time going to the supermarket which is my third home. The second being superhouse of course. This was also one of the first few places we went when we first came. A month has happened and so many memories were made inside here.
Last time collecting the condensation and having the satisfaction of seeing the water collected. You probably have seen tons of the same pictures. Sorry! It’s really gets quite addictive sometimes.
Bye powdery snow that sometimes come all the way up to my shin. Bye piles and piles of snow. And the heavy snowfall. The picture below was the snow collected on my sleeves in about a minute, I kid not.
And… Bye to the people I met here in Niseko. They are such precious people. Having our farewell dinner. Seems surreal that I’m actually going to leave. It seems all so sudden. AHHHHHHH~~~ 🙁
(love kyoko to bits! She gave me a farewell present)
A final final group picture of the honestbee japan family.
I WILL MISS YOU!
Especially to the people who have been working the same shift as me, Kyoko, Yuko and Yuta. <3 I’m going to miss this view. I still remember how they were so shy initially and they weren’t used to their photos being taken. But that has all changed. Even when we did the cheers, they all stopped with our mugs together because they knew we wanted to take a picture! Now, they would say things like, “danielle, please take picture” and of course I would co it delightedly!
I miss them already… 🙁
Continue to shop at honestbee.jp as we have over thousands of products available in store. Spend good time with family and friends and we will do the shopping for you!
Deer meat. Heard of it?
Using my last day in Niseko to venture into a new type of meat – Deer. This little restaurant just opposite Kutchan station, recommended by snowshoe instructor Rob, is AMAZING.
Complimentary chocolates served with Hot Milk.
Today has been a snowy day, so I spent the afternoon at home catching up on some work.
At night though, nothing beats a dinner with the some of the best people I’ve met here.
Farewell gift from Kyoko. She’s laughing behind.
I honestly love the gift. Haha
These girls miss each other so so much.
This journey wouldn’t be so enjoyable without this group of people (and others who had left Niseko earlier).
A simple dinner is all it takes to communicate how much we enjoy each others’ company. Nothing more is needed to be said. You all won’t be forgotten.
Woke up extra early today to join Joel and his friends for snowsports!
Skier and snowboarder since the young age of six, Shao Xing.
And long-time snowboarder, Olivia.
Pros don’t just get off the ski lifts until they are at the TOP.
So UP UP we go.
“Go big or go home”
High demand of the last lift of the mountain.
People are always looking for the BEST snow which is at the top.
KING Lift (No. 4)
Don’t worry, even though it says EXPERT, you won’t hurt yourself if when you fall because the snow is extremely soft.
Oh look, it’s only a 45 degrees slope.
Having a last stretch.
Piece of cake. Thanks Shao Xing for keep giving us professional ski and snowboard advices.
WARNING, NOT PIECE OF CAKE: Try not to go down pass this tree with a “strawberry” sign (unless you know what you’re doing). It was a disaster. I had to dig myself up from the snow every five seconds.
I didn’t take any photos during that time because everyone else was waiting for me. Sorry!
Today’s Bee-Chan special:
Nine bags of beanies and neck warmers gone in minutes, THANK YOU. If you missed one, please come to our Super House! (Just next to the Hirafu Temporary Police station.)
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