These Easter snack crafts are one of the easiest ways to add a little fun to your child’s Easter basket or lunch box. They’re all made with treats your child probably already enjoys, but with a few simple craft supplies and very little time and effort, they’re transformed into adorable Easter goodies!
I’m not an especially crafty person. The only thing that gives me an edge over the average kindergartener is a little more experience cutting along a line with scissors and operating a low-temperature glue gun. If you possess those skills, you can easily manage any craft I publish on this site.
Easter Snack Crafts
For these Easter snack crafts, I tried to stick with food items your kids are probably already familiar with. Half the fun is their delight at how everyday snacks are transformed into a fun shape or animal.
Also, these are items that are easy to sneak into their lunch box as a surprise. They are usually approved items for classroom parties too. You get to pull off looking like a bonafide Pinterest mom and nobody needs to know how easy it really was to make these Easter snack crafts.
Easter Egg Juice Box
This Easter snack craft is one of my favorites because it also doubles as a fun activity for your child. Leave the Easter egg plain and include a few crayons so your child can decorate the egg themselves. Get the directions here ==>> Easter Egg Juice Box
Fruit Cup Chick
My daughter loves the fruit cups. Her favorites are the peaches, which made the perfect body for a baby chick. You can get the directions here ==>> Fruit Cup Chick
Cheese Stick Carrot
If your child prefers the cheddar cheese sticks to the mozzarella ones, these cheese stick carrots are even easier since you can skip the coloring step. Even with the coloring step though, this craft only takes a couple of minutes to make and they turn out so cute! Get the directions here ==>> Cheese Stick Carrot
Bunny Pudding Cup
For Easter we just HAVE to make a bunny, right? Even as the most “complex” of the Easter snack crafts, this one is pretty darn simple. And as you can see, absolutely adorable too. Get the directions here ==>> Bunny Pudding Cup
More Easter Ideas
I hope you enjoyed Easter snack crafts! Here is some more Easter inspiration:
Need ideas to fill up your child’s Easter basket without sending them into sugar overload? Check out these 101+ Non-Candy Easter Basket Fillers (with free printable lists for each age group).
Our Easter bunny also likes to throw in some Easter Coupons that the kids can redeem with Mom and Dad.
If you want to really make your Easter eggs stand out from the crowd, check out these unique Easter Egg Decorating Ideas.
If you have a Peeps lover in your family (in our house it’s my husband), you’ll love all of these different Easter Peeps Ideas.
And finally, if you want to make the most of the Easter season, the best way is to establish memorable family traditions. Here are some Easter Family Traditions you may not know about yet.
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