I thought since April Fool’s Day is coming up next week, it might be fun to round up some ideas for you. I’m not a big jokester, so I don’t have any in my own bag of tricks, but oh boy are there some creative people out there when it comes to pranks. I’m pretty sure some of them would make me cry, but if you’re tougher than I am feel free to go check out some of the twisty things people do to each other. I’m keepin’ it family friendly right here. No joke.
Hamburgers for dessert? That’s just crazy. Trick your youngsters with these Chilly Cheeseburger Ice Cream Sandwich Sliders from Tablespoon.
There are no losers when it comes to this Prank Juice from kelleymarie on Instructables. Funny, and you still get a treat in the end.
This Portable Milk Splatter from mekoolu, also on Instructables, would probably make the victim's heart stop for a minute.
I love that Kitchen Counter Chronicles used a Dr. Seuss book as the inspiration for her low-key pranks.
These Cookies ‘n Cream Fudge Rocks from Hungry Happenings could make for some funny moments – and they sound delicious.
I gotta tell you, these Dessert Deviled Eggs from Sherrybaby81485 on Instructables sound kind of tropically yummy. Go ahead, play this trick on me.
A little frozen milk and cereal and you’re starting April Fools Day off with a bang. Thanks to Clean and Scentsible for this one.
I thought the ramen package in this April Fool’s Day Lunch from Foneticlee Speaking was kind of funny. I could picture my son looking at it and saying “What am I supposed to do with this?”
Okay, I’m drawing the line here. This is just wrong people. You do not mess with a person’s chocolate chip cookies. You just don’t. Since I know you’re going to anyway, you’ll find the recipe at 4 Jacqs. I don’t know how you’re going to sleep at night after this though.
I had to include these printable Silly Tickets from Piikea Street because I thought they were cute. And harmless. Unlike tricking someone into thinking you made her favorite chocolate chip cookies.
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