A mix of healthy and sweet Easter treats keep kids hoppy — er, happy — at our Easter egg decorating party. We share all our tips for kid-friendly eats that look as good as they taste. Plus, check out our kids’ Easter egg decorating table, moms’ snack spread, and moms’ egg decorating ideas.
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No mess, no stress: Pour milk into pint-size mason jars and put on ice. Little ones can grab their drinks and go!
Ask any kid: Milk just tastes better with a straw in it.
Make blooming PB&Js: Just use large and small flower cookie cutters to cut the shapes from sandwich bread.
For a fun, healthy snack, place baby carrots and cauliflower and broccoli florets in mini terra cotta pots.
Little veggies are easy for little ones to eat.
For a Peeps fondue station, heat up hot fudge sauce and place it in the center of a large tray, surrounding it with colored sprinkles and scoops. Push lollipop sticks halfway through Peeps to make it easier for kids to dip them, then display them in a glass jar.
Tell kids to dip a Peep in hot fudge, then pour their choice of toppings on top and eat.
DIY chocolate-covered Peeps are a hit with littler and bigger kids alike.
Guests get pastel takeaway pails filled with Easter goodies to take home.
A bunny piñata from the Evite Party Store welcomes kids to the favors bench.
Kids get egg-cited about Easter favors.
Pastel favor buckets include a wind-up bunny, a Peeps pop, an Easter-themed PEZ dispenser, a bunny-shaped crazy straw, bunny bubbles, and a plastic Easter egg containing temporary tattoos and a mini eraser.
Give out bunny ears from the Evite Party Store so guests can play Peter Cottontail at home.