Easy Easter Treat

Do you greet holidays head on, without abandon and dedicate weeks or months to creating the perfect crafts?

Well, I don’t. I have big dreams (thanks, Pinterest) and most often, I do nothing. Well, not nothing. I will play a song or add a dollar store wreath to the door.

That’s why I am so proud of myself. I have actually done two, yep, I said TWO, children’s Easter-related activities.

First, last week (way before Easter), we actually dyed eggs. I’ve wanted to do this forever, and even with my thirteen-year-old child, I think I’ve only managed to do it once. (I know, bad mom.)

And now, I was asked to provide snacks for my daughter’s class of all days. I was kindly reminded that today is the Easter party and asked if I could make the snacks a little special for the kiddos.

How can I deny my little girl some classroom joy?

Most of the treats I found online (thanks, Pinterest) were full of sugar: rice krispie treats, peeps, and chocolate eggs. Unfortunately, that’s not acceptable for this class or for me.

Also, I wanted to cut down on time and MONEY! I didn’t know want to spend too much on it.

So, I searched a little more and found these adorable goldfish carrots.

I had to make a little change and add my girl’s favorite snack is Babybel cheese. I also used Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies, instead of goldfish.

Easter Treat “Recipe”

So, this was super simple (and relatively inexpensive):

Treat Bags
Ribbon
Babybel cheese
Cheddar crackers (I used Annie’s Cheddar Bunnies, Annie’s White Cheddar Bunnies and Goldfish. Target didn’t have enough Cheddar Bunnies for 20 treats.)

Here’s the finished product:

Easy Healthy Easter Treat | AprilNoelle.com

 

Did you create any fun (and easy) Easter treats for your little ones? Drop your link here (or better yet, on Turn it Up Tuesday!)

 

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