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7 Groundhog Day Recipes You Can Make Tonight

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image source: babble

Are you one of those procrastinating parents? Well then, welcome to my world! I always have the best of intentions for the holidays, then end up forgetting to do anything by the time the big day arrives. With Groundhog Day showing it’s little head on tomorrow’s calendar, I decided to do something fun for the kids. But, of course, had to conjure something simple enough to pull together by morning. Sure enough, there are enough adorable ideas out there, and I’ve pulled together the 7 best recipes you can make by morning!

1. Groundhog Cups

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image source: flower and sugar

Hello, says the little groundhog in these scrumptiously fun little Groundhog Cups! (via Flower and Sugar)

2. Groundhog Pudding Snacks

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image source: the country chic cottage

A few simple ingredients from the grocery store is all you need to make these fun Groundhog Day Pudding Snacks! (via The Country Chic Cottage)

3. Groundhog Push-Ups Pops

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image source: sweetology 101

Ever made push-up cake pops? Try these deliciously adorable Groundhog Push Up pops and make them happen in your house! (via Sweetology 101)

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4. Groundhog Rolls

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image source: be different act normal

There’s nothing but cute with these teddy bear bread cups (which look groundhoggy enough to call it good!). (via Be Different Act Normal)

5. Groundhog Cookies

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image source: She Knows

No-Bake cookies, Tootsie Rolls, and other easy little ingredients come together in this fun recipe for Pip Up Groundhog Cookies! (via She Knows)

6. Groundhog Cupcakes

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image source: cake mix doctor

Turn a box of cake mix into these hilariously cute Groundhog Day Cupcakes! (via Cake Mix Doctor)

7. Groundhog Frosted Cookies

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image source: heather and craig

Turn your Groundhog Day into a celebration with this edible craft! (via Heather and Craig)

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