16 Easter treats to make with your kids

Easter Recipes For Kids To Make Sweet Explorations
Easter Recipes For Kids To Make

Dyeing Easter eggs might be the ultimate Easter project for kids, but it's not the only fun, food-oriented activity you can do with your crew. Get your kids extra excited for the Easter Bunny's arrival with these cute—and easy!—recipes. No fake grass required. 

Easter Treats for Kids

Easter Snack Mix

Parent Teach Play

Easter Treats for Kids

Fruit Bunny

The Prime Pursuit

Easter Treats for Kids

Bunny Lunch

Lisa Storms

Easter Treats for Kids

Scrambled Egg & Bacon Bunnies

Worth Pinning

Easter Treats for Kids

Carrot Shaped Veggie Pizza

Hungry Happenings

Easter Treats for Kids

Easter Chick Macarons

Sweet Explorations

Easter Recipes For Kids To Make

Homemade Peeps

<div class="gif-article"> <h2>White Chocolate Bunny Cookies</h2> <div class="view25 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755095" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media2.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755095-oreo-easter-477.jpg"> <div class="gif-article"> <h2>Spring Celebration Brownies</h2> <div class="view27 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755096" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media2.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755096-spring-celebration-brownies-4771.jpg"> <h2>Flower Pot Hummus Dip</h2> <div class="view29 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755097" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media1.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755097-Hummus__Vegetable_Recipe-358.jpg"> <div class="gif-article"> <p class="credit">Courtesy Pottery Barn Kids</p> <p>Healthy snacks can be fun, too! The proof: this vitamin and protein-packed Easter treat created by cookbook author Amanda Haas for <a href="http://www.potterybarnkids.com/design-studio/recipes/hummus_dip_with_fresh_veggies_by_easter.html" target="_blank">Pottery Barn Kids</a>. Carrots are an obvious choice for the pots—especially if your kids plan to make these for the Easter Bunny.</p> <div class="gif-article"> <h2>Easter Egg Popsicles</h2> <div class="view31 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755101" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media3.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755101-egg-popsicle-477.jpg"> <div class="gif-article"> <div class="view33 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755102" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media2.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755102-peeps-358.jpg"> <div class="gif-article"> <h2>Peeps S’mores</h2> <p class="credit">Courtesy Eclectic Recipes</p> <p>Add an Easter twist to the classic chocolate-marshmallow-graham cracker combo by adding… Peeps! Borrow this easy trick from Angie of <a href="http://eclecticrecipes.com/peeps-smores-for-easter" target="_blank">Eclectic Recipes</a>: Swap in colorful Peeps for regular marshmallows, and just pop them in the microwave until soft. So easy!</p> <div class="view35 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755104" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media4.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755104-chickie_eggs-358.jpg"> <div class="gif-article"> <h2>Chickie Eggs</h2> <p class="credit">Courtesy justJENN recipes</p> <p>Cutest. Snack. Ever. (And easiest, too!) All you need are hard-boiled eggs, sesame seeds and a bit of carrot to make mama chick and her chickettes. Originally from The Manga Cookbook and adorably executed on <a href="http://justjennrecipes.com/chickie-eggs/2010/03/30/" target="_blank">justJENN</a> recipes, we love that this treat works great as an Easter season breakfast or snack.</p> <br /> <div class="gif-article"> <h2>Easter Egg Snack Time</h2> <div class="view37 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755105" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media4.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755105-Easter_Egg_Snack_Time-358_0.jpg"> <div class="gif-article"> <h2>Cereal Treat Easter Eggs</h2> <div class="view39 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755106" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media1.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755106-cereal-easter-eggs-477.jpg"> <h2>Jelly Bean Easter Bark <div class="view41 image-editor media-editor image align-none medium" data-imagesize="medium" data-alignment="none" data-id="images/2D274905755108" contenteditable="false" data-imageurl="http://media3.s-nbcnews.com/i/streams/2014/May/140501/2D274905755108-EasterBunnyBark-477.jpg"> </h2> <p class="credit">Courtesy of Nestlé USA</p> <p>Three kid-approved ingredients —Nestle Toll House Premier White Morsels, vegetable shortening and Wonka SweeTARTS jelly beans – are all you need to make this pretty pastel Easter bark from <a href="http://www.nestlefamily.com/Food/Allrecipes/Default.aspx?ArticleId=E761E54F-6BC1-4FC2-B168-B160BE7831B4" target="_blank">Nestle</a>. Just microwaving the ingredients, spread them on a pan and stick them in the fridge. Your kids can do this! </p> <p> <em>A version of this story originally appeared on iVillage.</em> </p>

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