Easter is a time for family, friends, and of course, delicious treats! If you’re looking for a fun way to get your kids involved in the Easter festivities, why not try baking up some Easter fun? With these 7 easy recipes, you and your kids can create delicious treats that will make your Easter celebration even more special. From classic Easter cookies to creative cupcakes, these recipes are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face. So grab your ingredients and get ready to bake up some Easter fun!
Creative Easter Treats to Make with Kids
1. Easy Easter Cupcakes:
These adorable cupcakes are a fun and easy way to get your kids involved in the Easter festivities. Start by baking a batch of cupcakes and let your kids decorate them with green icing, mini chocolate bunnies and sprinkles. I’ve seen some fabulous treats in aldi this year.
2. Easter Egg Cookies:
These cookies are a great way to get your kids in the kitchen. Start by baking a batch of sugar cookies. You can use an egg shaped cookie cutter or if you don’t have one then make circles with a tumbler and pinch the top end to make an egg shape. Or use any kind of Easter cookie cutters available. Once baked let your kids decorate them with colorful icing and sprinkles. To go the extra step you could sandwich two cookies together with jam or chocolate spread.
3. Easter Bunny Cake Pops:
These cake pops are a fun and creative way to get your kids involved in the Easter festivities. Start by baking a cake and crumbling it into a bowl. Then, let your kids mix in some frosting and shape the mixture into balls. Finally, dip the balls in melted chocolate and decorate them with sprinkles.
4. Easter Egg Marshmallow Pops:
These marshmallow pops are a great way to get your kids in the kitchen. Start by melting some chocolate and dipping marshmallows in it. Then, let your kids decorate the marshmallows with sprinkles and jelly beans.
5. Easy Easter Bunny Bark:
This bark is a fun and easy way to get your kids involved in the Easter festivities. Start by melting some white chocolate and spreading it on a baking sheet. Then, let your kids decorate the bark with sprinkles and treats.
6. Easy Easter Egg Nests
Add melted chocolate to breakfast cereal such as cornflakes or shredded wheat. Spoon the mix in to paper cupcake cases and make an indentation with your thumbs. You could add some chcolate sprinkles too. Cool these in the fridge and then add mini eggs to your nests.
7. Bunny Cookies
Use a gingerbread man cookie cutter on a rolled out biscuit dough. Turn the man upside down so that the legs become bunny ears. Fold in the arms and place a ball of tin foil under them whilst baking. Once the biscuits have cooled down swap the tin foil for an egg and add features to your bunny with icing pens.
Bake Up Some Easter Fun is a great way to get your kids involved in the Easter festivities. With seven easy recipes to choose from, you can make sure your kids have a fun and delicious Easter. Whether you’re making cupcakes, cookies, or a cake, these recipes are sure to bring a smile to your kids’ faces. So, get your kids in the kitchen and start baking up some Easter fun! Tag us in your bakes on instagram.
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Thanks for all these. Will defo try to do them with James.