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Fun and Festive Easter Treats for Kids


If you’re looking for something delicious that reminds you that Easter is right around the corner, look no further! These fun and festive Easter treats are fun to make and taste great, too! Get your kids involved for a fun activity and a yummy snack.

Easter Egg Peanut Butter Pretzel Treats

These adorable Easter Egg Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites make a great snack. They’re easily customizable and super cute! Little kids will have fun helping you making these.

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Rice Krispie Nests

Easter means many things, including spring time! Celebrate with these no-bake Rice Krispie Nests. They’re cute and delicious!

Jello Easter Eggs

If your kids love jello (and what kids don’t), then this will be a fun treat for them! Jello Easter Eggs involve a variety of jello flavors to create a color Jello Easter egg.

Crispy Marshmallow Eggs

This creative no-bake recipe uses marshmallows and candy to create Crispy Marshmallow Eggs. Your kids will have such fun decorating their marshmallow eggs and they make for a scrumptious treat!

Easter Fruit Pizza

If you’re looking for a treat that’s at least a little bit healthy (if you ignore the cookie part), then this Easter Fruit Pizza is perfect for you! Kids will love helping to decorate and to eat!

Oreo Bunny Butt Cookies

These adorable Oreo Bunny Butt Cookies are the perfect treat if you love Oreos! They’re not difficult, and older kids will love making them (and eating them, of course).

Easter Muddy Buddies

Who doesn’t love muddy buddies? This Easter Muddy Buddies recipe is perfect for the season – it gives you a chance to enjoy some muddy buddies, and it looks festive too!

Related: Easter Basket Ideas for Teenage Girls

Layered Peeps Treats

These beautiful Layered Peeps Treats look impressive, but they’re easy and fun to make! These are fun to make, and your kids can help, too.

 

If you’re looking for some ideas for Easter brunch, check out our list of Easter Brunch Cocktail Ideas.


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