15 Easter Treats You Can Make Yourself
With Easter right around the corner, it's time to start creating some fun and tasty Easter treats. Here are some delicious ideas that will delight all your guests, young and old!
Rice Krispie Treat Easter Bunnies
Easter Bunny Frozen Yogurt Pops
If you want to serve up a healthier Easter treat, you can’t do better than these frozen yogurt pops. They make great after-school snacks, too! You’ll also want to check out these Easter crafts that will brighten your home.
Carrot-Shaped Veggie Pizza Bars
For a veggie-loaded savory treat, try this creative twist on pizza. They’re so cute, your kids won’t complain about eating their veggies!
Bunny Race Cars
Kids may rather play with these Easter treats than eat them, but who can blame them. Made with Twinkies and Peeps, they are pretty adorable. Don’t miss these easy Easter crafts for kids you can make with stuff you already have around your home.
Easter Bunny Donut Pops
It doesn’t get any easier, or cuter, than these Bunnies on a Stick. You simply pop a donut on a straw and add a few accessories—and you’ve got a winning treat!
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Rice Krispies Bird Nests
Nothing says spring quite like sweet bird nests and these are perfect for Easter treats. You’ll be surprised at just how easy these are to make!
Easter Snack Mix
Everyone loves a sweet snack and this Easter Muddy Buddies Snack Mix brings in beautiful pastel colors of spring and all the sweetness you could want!
Carrot Cake Cookies
A cupcake with a surprise inside? Yes, please! These Surprise Cupcakes are so fun because you can fill them with anything—think: jelly beans, pastel M&Ms, and sprinkles all work well. The icing hides the inside so it’s a total surprise when guests bite into this fun Easter treat!
Spring Flower Pretzel Bites
There are so many sweet treat options you can make with pretzels and chocolate candies, but these flower-inspired bites couldn’t be more perfect for Easter! Not only are these perfectly pastel, but they are made in the shape of spring blooms.
Frozen Yogurt Easter Egg Pops
You don’t need to buy a special mold for these cute fro-yo pops, you smartly re-use all those plastic Easter eggs you’re bound to have lying around this time of year. Plus, they work as a “wrapper” when you’re ready to serve them and you can even leave the bottom half in place to catch any spills!
No-Bake Carrot Cake Snack Bites
With “cake” in the name, it won’t be hard to get your kids to eat all their veggies. These bites have no added sugar, which also makes them a great snack to grab when you’re on the go!
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