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Easter cheetos

Easter - Cheetos Carrots (kids love finding this in their Easter Basket. you could also use Hot Fries or Goldfish instead of Cheetos)

Goldfish crackers. Easter. For Ally and kadyn baskets

Easter Basket Treats ~ Fill cellophane bag with goldfish crackers and tie with green crinkle paper to resemble a carrot. Cute non-candy idea for Easter baskets. - I would use Annie's Cheddar Bunnies instead.

Easy Easter Appetizer - I totally made this for my family and it was a hit!

The Nesting Corral: Easy Easter Appetizer Easter Bunny Bread This Bunny is great for children, he makes healthy food fun & adults will love him too! Pretty sure I couldn't pull this off so cute.

Krispie Treat Easter Carrots- Super easy Easter treats using store bought Krispie Treats. Great last minute Easter snack. Perfect for dessert or to wrap for Easter baskets.

Krispie Treat Easter Carrots- Super easy Easter treats using store bought Krispie Treats. Great last minute Easter snack. Perfect for dessert or to wrap for Easter baskets.(Last Minutes Snacks)

Super Fun!  Glow in the dark egg hunt! This is a must next year!!!!!#Repin By:Pinterest   for iPad#

Glow in the dark Easter Egg Hunt. This is such a great idea! Would be totally fun for all ages, I would so love to do a hunt like this! Fun way to use up all the glow sticks laying around the house!

Fun, easy Easter recipe to make with kids - chocolate covered pretzels with colorful M's or peanut butter eggs on top!

Fun, easy Easter recipe to make with kids - chocolate covered pretzels with colorful M's or peanut butter eggs on top! Seems pretty simple! Used melting chocolate instead of Hershey kisses, easier and cheaper.

boil eggs, crack the shell, then reboil in colored water...these are awesome!

boil eggs, crack the shell, then reboil in colored water.these are awesome! I don't reboil I just let them some in food coloring and water. Best if you put a drop right in the middle of the crack in your egg before putting in water!

Peeps Fruit Kabobs!  What You’ll Need:  ◾Peeps Bunnies  ◾Fresh Fruit I used a variety of colors for fun… and flavor!  ◾Wooden Skewer Sticks  What You’ll Do:  ◾Simply poke fruit and Peeps Bunnies onto your skewers in any pattern that suits your fancy.  ◾Display on a plate, and serve at your Easter parties!  ◾You could even serve with a side of fruit dip if you’d like.  ◾Enjoy!!

Peeps Fruit Kabobs are seriously the perfect addition to your Easter Brunch or dessert tables! Kids and adults will love gobbling these fruit kabobs up!

Basteln mit Kindern: Mit PomPoms Ostereier aufs Papier tupfen #Diy #Ostern

Pom Pom Easter Egg Painting Craft for Kids

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