Happy Friday, everyone! Today, the HalfHourMeal countdown to Easter continues with healthy Easter recipes for kids for every meal. From Breakfast and dinner to snacks and lunch, we have great ideas that will keep your kids healthy while making this holiday season fun and exciting.

Here is your meal plan for the entire day:

Breakfast

Kick off the day in true Easter style with these adorable bunny pancakes. This delicious meal is not only easy to make (you don’t even have to shape the batter) but the fruit accessories make it a balanced meal that will give your kids the energy they need to kickstart their day.

Easter-Bunny-PancakesMorning Snack

Your morning snack should be the perfect combination of healthy and fun – and these pear bunnies are perfect. Also incredibly easy-to-make, this fruit-filled snack will put a smile on your kids face and keep them healthy and happy all day long.

Pear-BunniesLunch

This meal idea for kids offers all the elements of a balanced lunch while making it exciting and interesting as well. You don’t need to be a cooking connoisseur to deliver this delicious lunch to your children. If you really want to make it fun, you can swap the hard boiled egg for the cute hard boiled chick egg in the photo below.

Easter-Lunch-for-KidsChick-Hard-Boiled-Eggs-for-EasterAfternoon Snack

Afternoon snacks can be a little more fun and a little less healthy (in my opinion) – especially if the morning snack and lunch are balanced. So, for your kids afternoon snack, we recommend making this cute little chick treat, made mostly from Rice Krispies.

Cute-Rice-Krispies-ChickDinner

If you’re Easter dinner menu is directed towards your kids, you’re not going to want to prepare a glazed ham or roasted turkey. Instead, make dinner fun with these homemade bunny pizzas. You can easily shape the dough for your kids and then let them add whatever toppings they want to make their bunnies unique. Trust us, they’ll appreciate this more than ham or turkey – which will most likely take you hours to make.

Bunny-Shaped-PizzaAfter Dinner Snack/Dessert

In addition to countless Easter cupcake ideas, you can make this tasty – and healthy – Easter snack mix for your kids. Perfect to snack on while watching a movie, simply combine popcorn, pretzels and M&Ms to make this truly unique and fun after-dinner treat.

Easter-Snack-Mix

Angela Nightingale

If you want to know the best cupcake shop in any major city in America, just ask Angela. This girl knows her sweets, and she isn't shy about letting you know that your german chocolate cake needs more chocolate. If you want to find Angela on any given day, she's probably looking up reviews to decide where to grab lunch, or in her downtime, binge-watching the latest 'it-series' on Netflix.

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