My kids would love this Easter egg lunch hunt. All you do is fill your kids Easter eggs with their lunch. Then you’ll hide the eggs around the yard. Once your kids have found their eggs, they can enjoy their lunch together. What a fun tradition!
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Multiple uses for plastic Easter eggs! Hold snacks, fruits, and veggies for your kid's lunch box or for on-the-go eating during the Easter season. A novel idea, but not sure if I would necessarily do this all the time.
Plastic Easter Eggs as Snack Containers. Give Easter eggs a year-round use (and save on resealable bags) by filling them with snacks like crackers or Cheerios for kids AND nuts, dried fruit or that daily piece of chocolate for adults!