The holidays are always great times to plan fun snacks with the kids. With my girls, they just think it’s magic when their momma makes fun, whimsical snacks for them. The holidays this year are no different than year’s past. Let me show you how!
This Easter, I created these fun treats using Snack Packs (coupon), HoneyMaid Graham Crackers and some other fun Easter-type items. One can especially be used if you’re having an Easter get together with friends or family. It’s a fun little snack for the kiddos that will keep them busy and creating. Love it!
All you need to do to create these fun Snack Pack Mix-in treat bags is a sandwich baggy, some Easter type candy (marshmallows, jelly beans, etc) and some of the delicious Honey Maid Graham Crackers!
These make a great dipping stick into the pudding or a crunchy crumble on the top of the pudding. The Snack Pack and Honey Maid pair great together!
I just love how easy these Snack Pack Treat Bags are. My oldest daughter was so excited to rip hers open and make her own Easter creation!
You can of course get the Super Snack Packs at Walmart. With the Super Snack packs, they have 60% more pudding than the regular Snack Pack cups. Plus they have the new Easy Open Lids, and they taste awesome. More yummy-ness for all of us. Woohoo!
In addition to the fun Snack Pack Treat bags, I created this marshmallow bunny in “carrot” pudding. I dyed 2/3 of the pudding orange and the top half green so it resembled a carrot, then using icing, food dye, mint breath freshener candies, and a half of a black jelly bean, I created a little bunny on top of the pudding that looks like he is taking a swim in the pudding cup!
I also made this Snack Pack Easter Basket using jelly beans, shaved chocolate and strips of crafting paper glued to the sides of the pudding cup. I love how the shaved chocolate gives the Snack Pack a nest-type of look, and the jelly bean eggs? Adorable!
How does you and your family like to celebrate Easter? What traditions do you like to incorporate every year? How would you decorate your Snack Pack pudding cups? Let me know in the comments below!