Easter is coming up fast! We love this holiday because there is so many yummy treats you can make with your little ones to get them in the holiday mood. We have a few here that we recommend creating with your kids! We think everyone will love these fun Easter treats!
1. Watermelon Easter Bunnies
Who doesn’t like a juicy piece of watermelon? That’s exactly what you get when you create these cute little watermelon Easter bunnies! They’re incredibly simple, but extra tasty. It’s a great way to get your kids in the kitchen!
This doesn’t require many ingredients, and they’re fully customizable, meaning each bunny will love different! We love that your kids can show off their creativity with these!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Crazy Fresh Watermelon Tenderloin
- Bunny cookie cutter
- White almond bark
- Food coloring
- Easter sprinkles
Simply slice your watermelon tenderloin as thick as you’d like, then use your bunny cookie cutter to cut out your shapes. Melt your almond bark, then have your kids decide which colors they’d like to use by mixing their food coloring into the melted bark. Drizzle over your bunnies, and top with sprinkles. Super cute!
2. Zucchini Noodle Cupcakes
We all know it’s incredibly difficult sometimes to get your little ones eating their veggies. Well with this recipe, it won’t be so difficult after all! Our zucchini noodle cupcakes are the perfect way to hide a serving of veggies into a sweet dessert. Your kids won’t even notice it! And actually, neither will adults!
Our zucchini noodles give these cupcakes extra moisture, ensuring that you get a delicious, moist bite every time. And they couldn’t be easier to make! Just whip up a batch of your favorite cupcakes, add in chopped zucchini noodles, then frost with our fruit dip. Top with your favorite Easter sprinkles to give it a festive look, and enjoy!
3. Easter Carrot Dirt Pudding
Everyone knows the classic dessert, dirt pudding. We made this more festive for Easter, by adding a fresh strawberry made to look like a carrot! This strawberry “carrot” gives the illusion that it was just planted in the dirt. You can also add gummy worms to make it really seem like it’s a garden! You can find the whole Easter Carrot Dirt Pudding recipe here!
4. Easter Fruit Skewer
How cute are these Easter fruit skewers?! We love how festive these look with the Easter bunny Peeps on top. And they couldn’t be easier – simply pick up a container of our 4 Fruit Blend Spears, along with a package of strawberries and Peeps, and you’re good to go. You’ll have to cut the spears to make smaller chunks, along with capping the strawberries, but other than that, it’s super simple! Have your kids put all the fruit pieces on the skewer, and there you have it – a healthy Easter treat!