The Forkly countdown is on for Easter today with 20 treats for kids!
When it comes to snack and treat ideas for Easter, it’s easy to pick the ready-made chocolate, jelly bean or M&M snacks. Rice Krispies snacks have also been a favorite among parents for many years. There’s nothing wrong with these types of treats for kids but if you’re looking for some healthier or different (but still fun) snacks to help balance everything out, we have some great ideas that your kids will love.
Easter is packed with tons of amazing little goodies left behind by the Easter Bunny. If you’re looking to use up all those Mini Eggs, this recipe will be the answer!
The best part about this cookie recipe is that that the cookies aren’t too large, so your little ones can enjoy dessert without having a complete sugar rush.
How fun is this recipe?! Not only will your children love the taste of these sweet treats, but they will also love the bright colors as well.
Top off your milkshake with some peeps and a whole pile of whipped cream for added flavor and smooth texture. This is definitely a treat you only make once a year!
Are you a bigger fan of natural sources of sugar than the refined ones from the candy store? Good for you, keep this love going with what you feed your little ones!
These fun kabobs are perfect for Easter when the fruit is cut with cookie cutters in the shape of bunnies and chicks.
Easter morning can often start off with chocolate, but if you don’t want that to be the focus of your Easter morning, make these fantastic breakfast pops the night before.
Use some chocolate molds to create fun patterns on your egg-shaped breakfast and serve on a lolly stick or popsicle stick.
Easter dinner can be a time for adults to dig into some of their favorite foods, but for kids, they often miss their kid-friendly foods like grilled cheese and Kraft dinner!
When signing up to bring something for Easter supper, volunteer to make breadsticks! Involve your kids in the making of them so they have some fun ownership over the big kid meal.
When you hear the word “truffle” you may think of some super complicated, expensive dessert that just is not something you are willing to devote your time to.
In reality, this dessert is incredibly easy to make in only a matter of minutes. The best part is, it only requires a few ingredients to achieve this mouthwatering dessert.
This traditional Easter treat is definitely one of those traditions we don’t want to break! It’s a simple yet sweet dessert that will make every child smile from ear to ear.
To help your child love this dessert, even more, have them assist you with the icing of the cookies. It may end up looking a little less than presentable, but you’re eating them anyway, right?
How adorable are these perfect little Oreo pops?! They will make your little ones giggle with delight as they realize that their dessert looks like a cute little bunny butt!
Creating this simple dessert is as easy as dipping the cookies in chocolate, and adding the little tail and feet to the flat surface of the cookie.
If you’re in a hurry, a chocolate bark is the way to go! Melt your chocolate, toss on some sprinkles and have your kids help you add the east little bunny rabbit faces into the mix.
You can also swirl melted chocolate with white chocolate to make it look and taste even more creative and delicious.
When you see “no bake” in the title, you know it’s going to be nothing but a good thing to incorporate it into your recipe book!
These bars, while very healthy, are an easy way to get your kids to eat some beneficial foods around easter due to the bars’ natural Easter colors.
Skip the real pizza and try out this fruit pizza for a healthy twist on a crowd favorite. By making this amazing pizza, your family will be eating some essential nutrients and even getting some anti-oxidants into their diet.
While it’s not completely healthy, it’s the perfect balance between super sweet while still be healthy!
Cheesecake is always a winner in our books! With this recipe, it’s easy to create those lovely layers of color that celebrate Easter and springtime simultaneously.
Top off with some mini eggs and sprinkles for added color, flavor and festivity!
Every once in a while, the sugar rush gets the best of us and we need to put away those treats! Around Easter, send this fun little snack to school with your kiddies.
It’s a great healthy alternative to regular Easter candy and it provides your little ones with tons of good energy to burn off for the rest of the day!
This may completely change your child’s view of carrots…it may even wreck it for them. You decide whether you want to do this or not, but either way, it’s too adorable not to list!
Turn your strawberries into carrots with the help of some colored melted white chocolate. It takes only a few moments to make before it’s ready to be enjoyed.
Do you have a bunch of Easter candy that you don’t want your kids to consume too quickly? Well, this recipe is ideal for you!
Make some scrumptious popcorn bars that are covered in bright colors while also incorporating some of your kids’ favorite treats. They won’t be able to get enough!
Devilled Eggs are a crowd favorite at any gathering, but they’re especially appreciated around Easter time when eggs are all the rage.
Step up your creativity in the kitchen by dying the egg whites bright Easter colors for your friends and family to enjoy.
Decorating cookies with traditional icing (with children) can get a little messy and the cookies can come out a little less than presentable.
Instead, check out this incredible recipe that will help you and your family create cookies that are edible and beautiful at the same time.
We all know the Easter bunny loves carrots, but so do we! Help your little ones get their servings of veggies and whole grains with this healthy twist on a traditional cake flavor.
The best part is, there’s no refined sugar because the dates are sweet enough to make them taste like cake. Mmmm!
If you have some serious unicorn lovers in your home, you will make them excited for Easter with these unicorn squares!
They have the best Easter colors and will match all your Easter decorations as well.
You don’t need to call them unicorn poop for Easter if that isn’t your jam, you can instead call them Easter meringues!
What’s fantastic about this recipe is that there is edible gold dust on each meringue, making them extremely attractive to the little kids in your life!