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  • Amy Rein

    Cheeto Carrots cute as easter treats for the kids.

  • ShellBell 🇺🇸

    Easter idea. Put Cheetos in a icing bag to make a carrot.

  • Kristin Frank

    Spring/ Easter party snacks... Cheetos "carrots" in cellophane cones and green ribbon.- great idea for Easter baskets!

  • Samantha coppage

    Spring/ Easter party snacks... Cheetos "carrots" in cellophane cones and green ribbon. All our kids (nieces & nephews & cousins) loves cheetos so this would be a good idea

  • Linda Lanyon

    Easter - Cheeto Carrots. cute idea for Easter Basket.

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