Easter is here and with it comes the desire to make cute little Easter themed snacks. Right? Anyone? Just me?
I’m sure you wouldn’t be here if you didn’t want to as well so I’ve searched Pinterest for some of the cutest Easter themed snacks you and the little ones in your life can make together. Of course don’t think that these wouldn’t make great adult snacks too!
Recently I’ve been trying to make the holidays more special for my children after I realized they didn’t seem to care at all about any of the holidays. This is the first Easter that we’ve done something special for Easter since my son was 1. That was almost 5 years ago. We are better than that with all the other holidays but for some reason this holiday fell to the side, even though it’s one of the most important holidays for our faith. But without further ado listed below are 10 recipes that I’ve scrounged up around the internet to try out for our Easter and I hope that you find a couple you’d love to try as well!
When we made these, we used the whopper robin eggs and added caramel while melting the marshmallows. You should absolutely try it with the caramel. Just be warned it gets even stickier than normal, if that’s possible. I put a bit of coconut oil on my hands to help keep them from sticking. You could probably use butter if you didn’t have coconut oil on hand. Also I just added the candy to the nests as we were making them, well my kids did anyways.
Isn’t this the absolute cutest? I keep thinking of how my little ones would go crazy over this and I’m sure yours would too!
Here’s another option if your little one is bit more picky.
This option would be great if you’re just looking for an idea for breakfast or brunch that isn’t sugar related!
Maybe you could have regular pizza as well but using a pizza crust and whatever pizza toppings that you and your family love.
This one is perfect if you’re trying to teach younger children about the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It’s a very visual approach so the younger ones can get a better grasp of the subject.
Pretty sure that kids would have a blast pretending with these “hatching eggs.” Be warned they may rather play with these than eat them!
Of course, for this one you need a bunny cookie cutter or you could test your skills with a knife…
Isn’t this the cutest idea for a breakfast with the kids or even a brunch after the egg hunt of course.
These would be really cute on top of some carrot cake muffins/cupcakes. It would really depend on your personal preference but there are loads of carrot cake recipes for muffins and cupcakes.
So when you follow the link there are a couple of recipes but closer to the bottom of the post are the sandwiches. They are so cute and you don’t have to follow this recipe of course. Use your cookie cutter’s to make whatever kind of sandwiches your people love. Or whatever kind you like too!
Wouldn’t this be a great option for after school the week before Easter? I’ve seen a couple of these kabobs but they have the peeps on them instead of the fruit bunnies. I’m not a huge fan of the peeps personally but I don’t see why you couldn’t replace the fruit bunny with the peep if you like them.
These recipes could easily be made by kids, with adult supervision and a bit of help of course. Kids absolutely love to feel like they are helping with stuff and they seem to love it even more when it’s fun. But seriously who doesn’t want stuff to be fun? I do hope you enjoy celebrating and making with the little ones in your life. Of course, you don’t have to have kids to make these cute Easter snacks. They would also be pretty great at a brunch for adults. Please let me know if you try any of these. Don’t hesitate to leave behind lots of tips or suggestions if you have any.