Discover the perfect Easter snacks for kids! From bunny-shaped cookies to colorful egg treats, find fun and healthy snack ideas to make Easter celebrations delightful for your little ones.

Easter Snacks for Kids to Make at Home

Yes, Easter is around the corner and while you’re probably busy planning an Easter egg hunt or big family dinner, you can still celebrate before the big day! Grab some of your favorite Easter candies and a little sugar and flour, and try these fun, easy-to-make treats that everyone can enjoy! These desserts are colorful, so sweet, and even more delicious.

If Easter isn’t already one of your favorite holidays, it may be after baking up these drool-worthy snacks that will make you want to go back for seconds.

During Easter, more than 90 million chocolate bunnies, 91.4 billion eggs and 700 million Peeps are produced in the US.

easter cookies
easter measuring spoons

Peepin’ it Easy

Is it really Easter if you didn’t purchase a pack of Peeps? This Peeps S’mores Skillet is going to make you want s’more and since it only takes 10 minutes to bake, you’ll have a hard time avoiding the craving! For this sweet treat, you’ll need five packages of different colored peeps, semi-sweet chocolate chips, heavy whipping cream, and graham crackers. Pop it in an oven pre-heated to 450 degrees and in just a few minutes, you and your family can enjoy!


Heavy whipping cream, warmed
Semi-sweet chocolate chips
Peeps, mix and match colors to your liking
Graham crackers for serving

The largest Easter egg hunt was held in Florida and included 9,753 children searching for 501,000 eggs. Hopefully, they found them all!

jelly beans

Easter Punch for Kids

When making all of these delicious Easter snacks for kids, treat your family to a tasty Easter punch! It’s colorful, fruity, and fizzy, perfect for kids and adults. Serve in a clear bowl with fun ice cubes for a festive touch.

Easter punch with peeps

Colorful Krispies

Light and fluffy, Rice Krispies treats are always a great snack for kids. This Easter, add in some pastel-colored M&Ms, jelly beans or sprinkles (whatever you like!) and you’ll have a holiday-themed treat that’s fun and something you know your children will like. This recipe from Inside BruCrew Life only takes 10 minutes and you only need seven ingredients to make it happen!


Mini marshmallows
Rice Krispies cereal
Pastel-colored sprinkles
Pastel M&Ms

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Peter Carl Fabergé designed 50 “Imperial” eggs for the Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II as Easter gifts for their wives and mothers.

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Puppy Chow for Easter

Also known as Muddy Buddies, this cereal-based treat from Frugal Mom Eh is easy to make in batches which means it can last throughout the week. You’ll need the basic ingredients of puppy chow such as Chex cereal, powdered sugar, and peanut butter, but you’ll find yourself adding in white chocolate chips, mini chocolate eggs, and more. Once it’s all added together, your family can dig into these Easter Muddy Buddies for days on end.


Chex cereal
White chocolate chips
Peanut butter
Mini chocolate eggs
Powdered sugar
Wilton Yellow Candy Melts
Wilton Pink Candy Melts

In the US an estimated $14.7 billion is spent every year for Easter. That’s a lot of chocolate bunnies!

unicorn bark

Did you make too many Easter Eggs with the kids? Turn them into Leftover- Easter Egg Salad.

Easter Snacks to Make Easter Magical

This one takes a little bit longer to create, but you and the kids will have so much fun making it that the time will fly by! Making unicorn bark is a no-bake recipe which means your kitchen will stay super clean. With white chocolate chips, different food coloring options, sprinkles, and candy pearls, you’re ready to swirl up some Easter goodness.


White chocolate chips
Pink, yellow, purple, and blue food coloring
Sprinkles and candy pearls

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Americans eat over 16 million jelly beans during Easter. That is enough jelly beans to circle the globe three times!

easter cookies
kids decorating cookies

As Cute as a Bunny’s Tail

Making these bunny tail treats from Pizzazzerie is so easy that you might think you’re doing it wrong. All you’ll need to make these Easter-themed truffles is cream cheese, powdered sugar, almond extract, and sweetened coconut. This snack is perfect if you need to make something that really requires minimum effort and is simple for the kids to make too!


Cream cheese
Powdered sugar
Almond extract
Sweetened coconut

The art of painting eggs is called pysanka, which originated in Ukraine. It involves using wax and dyes to color the egg.

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easter dessert


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