Mar 23 , 2019

21 Easy-to-Make Easter Snacks That Are So Cute

Whether you’re looking for a sugar fix or want something healthy, we’ve got the perfect Easter snack. Satisfy your Easter munchies with these colorful treats.  

Soft and Chewy M&Ms Cookies

If you’re a fan of M&Ms, indulge in springtime cookies that will melt in your mouth.

Get the recipe at Averie Cooks.

 Peeps Fruit Kabobs

This is the perfect healthy Easter snack that your kids will still have fun eating.

Get the recipe at One Little Project.

 Chocolate Peanut Butter Peeps S’mores Skillet

There’s nothing better than the flavors of chocolate and peanut butter combined with s’mores! The colorful Easter peeps are the perfect decorative touch, too.

Get the recipe at How Sweets Eat.

 Bunny Pretzel Bites

You only need three ingredients for these adorable pretzel bites including: pretzel snaps, Wilton Candy Melts, and Annie’s chocolate bunnies.

Get the recipe at Two Sisters Crafting

Lucky Charms Munch

Not only is this snack filled with color, it’s very simple to make with only Lucky Charms marshmallows, pretzels, white chocolate, and M&Ms.

Get the recipe at Deliciously Sprinkled.

Spring Caramel Pretzel Bites

These little Easter bites are the perfect treat when you’re craving something sweet and salty.

Get the recipe at Two Sisters Crafting

Easter Bunny Race Car Treats

Have the kids help with assembling these simple bunny treats, then it’s off to the races!

Get the recipe at Living Locurto.

Peanut Butter Bunny Butt Pretzels

Salty, sweet, and almost too cute to eat—your family will love munching on these bunny pretzels.

Get the recipe here.

Easter Egg Fruit Pizza

Pizza has never been healthier or more colorful.

Get the recipe atCookin And Kickin.

Chocolate-Covered Candy Eggs

After mixing together the ingredients, you’ll simply freeze these candy eggs for an hour before coating them in chocolate. Then you’ll decorate, which is half the fun of making these chocolate delights!

Get the recipe here.

Hummus Dip With Fresh Veggies

This fun, healthy snack from cookbook author Amanda Haas will have your kids “planting” their veggies and digging them back up to eat!

Get the recipe at Pottery Barn Kids.

Butterscotch Haystacks

Requiring just a few ingredients, these festive haystacks make a sweet Easter treat.

Get the recipe at The Typical Mom.

 Baby Bird Eggs in Hash Brown Nests

Turning hard-boiled eggs and hash browns into little chicks with nests makes for a tasty, protein-filled snack.

Get the recipe at Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Easter Fruit Kabobs

Have the kids help with making their skewers and feel free to serve with whipped cream for added sweetness.

Get the recipe atIs She Really.

Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

These sweet morsels make elegant snacks for your Easter celebration.

Get the recipe at The Kitchen Is My Playground.

Easter Egg Pretzel Chocolate Swirl Bark

Your family won’t be able to keep their hands off this colorful bark.

Get the recipe at Five Heart Home

 Easter Carrot Cheese Ball

Mid-day snackers will appreciate having this cheese ball close at hand for a satisfying, savory treat.

Get the recipe atYummy Healthy Easy.

 Bunny Dirt Cups

With a chocolate graham-cracker base and icing or dyed coconut flakes for grass, these adorable bunny snacks will delight the little ones.

Get the recipe atA Zesty Bite.

 Easter Muddy Buddies

Muddy buddies, or puppy chow, is a classic holiday snack, and this recipe incorporates pastel colors and candy eggs throughout for an Easter twist.

Get the recipe atFrugal Mom Eh!

 Carrot Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Munch on this sweet and fruity snack while waiting for Easter dinner.

Get the recipe atLil’ Luna.

 Easter Candy Popcorn

Easter candy and marshmallow-coated popcorn makes for an addictive sweet-and-salty snack.

Get the recipe atTwo Sisters Crafting.

 Source: https://www.countryliving.com/food-drinks/g4097/easter-snacks/

 


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