Easter is coming soon!

It’s one of my favorite holidays.

Both of my kids are still a bit too young to dye Easter eggs, so instead I decided I would make some fun Easter inspired treats.

You can never go wrong with making yummy some treats.

Carrot Pudding Patch

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Here’s what you need:

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Instead of using the Reese’s peanut butter chips if you really want to make it look like “dirt” I would use crushed up Oreo cookies.

I just used the chips because Bae’s favorite candy is Reese’s.

If you don’t like pudding you can substitute it for chocolate cake or brownie.

Directions:

  1. Get a small cup and pour one of your snack pack puddings inside.
  2. Wash your strawberries and make sure to completely dry them.
  3. Melt your orange candy melt according to the directions on the package.
  4. AS SOON AS YOUR  ORANGE CHOCOLATE IS MELTED START DIPPING IN THE STRAWBERRIES. Candy melts like this have a tendency to harden really quick so you have to get to dipping ASAP!
  5. Once all your strawberries have gotten hard place one strawberry inside the pudding cup and cover the surrounding area with your chocolate chips.

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Egg shaped popsicle’s

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I thought this would be an easy treat to do, but I made some mistakes that made it difficult.

Here’s what you need:

Plastic eggs. Make sure you get the small size ones. I made the mistake of getting the larger sized eggs instead. It’s a lot easier to pour the juice into smaller eggs. ALSO make sure the eggs don’t already have holes. For some reason the eggs I got had small holes in the bottom and on the top.

Straws or lollipop sticks. Make sure they’re plastic and not paper. That was mistake number three for me!

A large nail and a thumbtack.

A tiny funnel.

Fruit Juice of your choice.

Directions:

  1. Using the thumbtack make two small holes in the bottom of the egg (this is to let some air out), and then using the large nail you will need to make a hole that is as big as your straw.
  2. Flip the egg over so that the holes are now on the top and using the tiny funnel pour your fruit juice into the egg.
  3. Place the straw inside, and then let the eggs freeze. (I froze mine overnight).

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This was Neveah’s favorite treat!

Colorful Marshmallows Sticks

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Here’s what you need:

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You will also need Candy Melt and lollipop sticks!

I used my left over orange candy melt, so feel free to use a different color or a variety of colors if you want.

Directions:

  1. You want to first insert the lollipop stick inside your melted candy melt, so when you insert the stick into the marshmallow it goes in a lot easier. Does that make sense?
  2. Dip the marshmallow into the candy melt and cover it in your choice of sprinkles while the candy melt is still soft.

AND that’s it! This treat was a really easy and you can really get creative with decorating the marshmallows however you want. 🙂

Chickie and Easter bunny hard boiled eggs

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What you need:

Hard boiled eggs

Radishes, cut and sliced

Carrots

Chocolate sprinkles (for the whiskers)

I used black peppercorn for the eyes. If you don’t like peppercorn you can use olives or any other food that is black and you can cut into a very tiny circle.

Directions:

For the Bunny

  1. Take your hard boiled egg and slice it in half vertically.
  2. Lay the egg, so that egg yolk is on the bottom and the white is on top. Then make a small cut (left to right). Be sure to not cut the egg all the way through your only cutting the top part, so that you can place the radishes as bunny ears.
  3. Take your sliced radishes and insert them inside the cut you just made. Make sure you have very thin slices otherwise it’ll be difficult to get them inside the egg.
  4. Take two chocolate sprinkles and place them inside the egg as whiskers.
  5. Take your peppercorn and insert them inside the egg as eyes.

For the Chickie

  1. Slice your hard boiled egg horizontally. Place the egg with the facing down and egg yolk up.
  2. Cut your carrot into very small triangle pieces. The easiest way to do this is to slice your carrot as usual (into small circles) and then from those circles cut a triangle.
  3. Finally your going to use two chocolate sprinkles for the eyes.
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I had leftover strawberries, so I placed them with my Easter bunnies and chickies.
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Neveah was so excited to eat this! She LOVES hard boiled eggs.

 Easter Bunny Smoothie

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This was my absolute fave!

Here’s what you need:

Large marshmallows

Pink sprinkles

A carrot sliced into a triangle

Two chocolate chips

Smoothie recipe of your choice. I used this from Jamba Juice.easter 12

A good simple smoothie recipe is strawberries, banana, 1 cup of milk, a scoop of ice cream, and some ice cubes. If you want a non dairy smoothie substitute milk for a fruit juice of your choice.

Directions:

  • You’ll want to cut the marshmallows into bunny ears. To do this just cut the marshmallow in a diagonal angle.

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  • Taking the sticky side of the marshmallow pour the pink sprinkles over it.
  • Blend your ingredients for your smoothie according to your smoothie recipe.
  • Pour into a large cup. I used a wine glass 😉
  • Layer on the whip cream! Then place two cholcate chips inside as eyeballs, and one sliced carrot as a nose.
  • Finally place your bunny ears inside, serve chilled, and enjoy!

All these ideas were Pinterest inspired. I always add my own little twist, though. Thank you Bae for helping me with these!

I hope this post inspires you to bake and create some fun Easter goodies!❤

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  • Rosio Jimenez

    These are such great ideas to do with kids! Definitley going to try some with my Nephew! 🙂

  • Judy Maharrey

    I love these easter ideas! They look like a fun way to celebrate easter. All of them look easy to do, and I know my kids will have fun with them. Thanks for the ideas!