The origins of April Fools’ Day are murky, but the likeliest explanation is that it began as a way to mock French people who were slow to switch to the Gregorian Calendar which changed New Year’s from April 1 to January 1. These folks were labeled “fools” and some were sent on “fools’ errands.”
It has become tradition on the first of April to pull jokes of the harmless variety on those near and dear to us. Here is a prank that that is harmless and healthy as well!!
Healthy Lollipops – Get creative in the kitchen and make faux treats from broccoli florets, tissue paper and candy sticks. Offer the lollipops to you your victims and watch their confused faces!!!