Easter Recipes & Treats for Kids


You have come to the right place if you are looking for fun, engaging and exciting Easter themed foods for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners. Our ideas are widely used by teachers, moms, dads, child care providers and more!


Jell-O Eggs–Pastel Colors for Easter
Dissolve two 4 ounce packages of unflavored gelatin in 1 cup of boiling water. After it cools to room temperature, whip in 8 ounces of Cool Whip and combine with 6 ounces of flavored Jell-O dissolved in 1 cup boiling water. Poor into lightly greased pan and refrigerate until firm (about 2 hours). Cut with egg shaped cookie cutter. Decorate with shredded coconut.

Easter Cake
Make each child in the class a small, bunny face shaped cake. You can do this by baking a regular cake mix in a large jellyroll pan. When cooled, cut out circles for the head, and then two ear shapes. Then the children get to decorate it however they want. They can use frosting, coconut, jelly beans, licorice, sprinkles, etc. The children can eat their creations for snack.

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Easter Chick Snack
Take a nutter butter cookie
Ice it with yellow frosting
Use a candy corn for the beak
Use chocolate chips for eyes
Peep Peep Eat up….Yummy!

Chocolate Easter Baskets
Chocolate Clay
10 ounces dark, milk or white chocolate confectionery coating
(1-3/4 cups semisweet or milk chocolate chips may be substituted), chopped and melted
1/3 cup light corn syrup
Combine chocolate and corn syrup until just blended. Spread onto a sheet of waxed paper to 3/8-inch thickness (about an 8-inch square). Let stand, uncovered, at room temperature for about 2-3 hours or until dry to the touch. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap; let stand overnight. Use immediately or store up to 2 weeks. Yield: 1-1/4 cups.
Shape into baskets and fill with jelly beans!

Bunny Ice-Cream
Arrange 3 balls of vanilla ice cream on a plate to form a bunny–use medium one for head, large one for body and tiny one for the tail. Cover with shredded coconut. Place carrot shavings (large) for ears, jelly beans for eyes and nose, and licorice stings for whiskers.
Bunny Face Salad
Lettuce, cottage cheese, 1 pear, celery stick, raisins, 1 red grape.

Arrange lettuce on a salad plate. Spoon cottage cheese on top of the lettuce. Peel and core a pear, cut it in half (or use canned halves). Place one half on top of the cottage cheese for the bunny face. Add pieces of celery for whiskers, raisins for eyes and a grape for the nose. Cut the remining pear section in half for the ears.

Easter Lunch:
Egg-salad sandwiches, carrot sticks, and pink milk.(color with food coloring)

 

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