Who's ready for Easter?! We love the colors, the warmer weather, and all the food and fun. (Pass the jellybeans!) And we guarantee your kids will love these cute and delicious Easter Snacks!

bunny pancakes for kids on Easter, from Shelf Cooking

If you want to make this Easter one to remember, try whipping up a few of these fun treats! Sure, you could grab a bag of Peeps at the store and call it a day, but these snacks are way too adorable to pass over.

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To make it even more fun, get your little honey bunnies to help you with the snack prep! We've got sweet treats to share, along with some savory and healthy options. Are you ready? Let's hop to it!


Easter egg sugar cookies, from Shelf Cooking

Easter is all about the candy, right?! We love sneaking a few treats from our kids' baskets, but these sweet snacks are even better than candy:

Enjoy those treats guilt-free, then serve them with a healthier snack to even things out. Life is all about balance, right? You'll love the healthy ideas we're about to share.


yogurt parfaits with fruit and granola, from Shelf Cooking

One of the best ways to get kids eating their fruits and veggies is to make the food look a little more fun! And all of these ideas are fun with a capital “F”:

  • Easter Yogurt Parfaits – Round up a few small glass jars (baby food jars are perfect!), tear off the labels, and wash them. Once they're dry, fill them with yogurt and top them with fruit and granola for a fun, yummy, and healthy snack. For bonus points, use a little food coloring in your yogurt. Want to take it another step further? Grab some paint or markers and let the kids go to town decorating them for Easter.
  • Easter Egg Fruit Plate – Slice up all that fruit you need to use, grab a big serving platter, and arrange it all in the shape of an Easter egg. Halved grapes make great zigzags, and blueberries are the perfect polka dots!
  • Bunny Food – Pick up a couple of mini flower pots from the Dollar Tree, fill them with hummus, and then stand up a few carrot sticks inside. That's it! Such a super cute way to serve up some veggies and tons of fun for the kids.
  • No-Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Eggs – Turn your favorite energy bites in Easter eggs with a few small modifications. Instead of rolling them into balls, form them into “eggs.” Add a few colorful sprinkles for extra fun! Need a recipe for no-bake peanut butter balls? This recipe from Chef Savy is so easy.

Pretty dang cute, right? We bet you won't have to beg your kids to eat those healthy treats! Now, for the grand finale. Looking for something savory to serve? Keep on reading.


trail mix snack cups for Easter, from Shelf Cooking

As much as we love sweets, we like munching on the salty stuff, too. Give us all the nachos and popcorn, please! Oh, and any of these savory Easter snacks:

  • Spring Trail Mix – Mix some Cheerios, Chex, popcorn, raisins, and pretzels. Add some pastel candy for a nice pop of color, and serve in Easter-themed cups.
  • Pastel Deviled Eggs – Bring out the food coloring! Make those deviled eggs Easter eggs with a few drops of green, blue, or pink. Perfect those deviled eggs with these hard-boiled egg hacks.
  • Egg Carton Snacks – Here's a perfect way to use what you have and make it seem new! Fill a few egg cartons with plastic Easter egg halves, then fill each of those eggs with whatever snack foods you have in the pantry or fridge.
  • Cheese and Cracker Chicks – Round up some crackers, top them with a round slice of cheese, and then use thin-sliced carrots for head feathers, round sliced carrots for feet, and triangle-shaped carrot for the nose. Need eyeballs? Use a few drops of food coloring or some dots of mustard.

Who needs a fancy charcuterie board when you can munch on cheese and cracker chicks?!


Make some of these snacks a part of your new family Easter rituals! Your kids will look forward to bunny pancakes or Easter trail mix year after year, and you'll build memories making them together.

And speaking of traditions, we want to hear all about your Easter favorites! Does your family make any special snacks for Easter? Leave a comment below or connect with us in our Shelf Cooking Facebook Group!

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Happy Easter!