Spring has sprung and that means Easter is just around the corner. Today’s list of 15 edible Easter crafts are fun for the whole family to make and eat! These Easter treats include everything from Peep cupcakes to Cheeto carrots and all kinds of Easter fun in between.
15 Edible Easter Crafts
The Easter crafts below are all made for eating! My kids favorite craft on the list below are the Peep cupcakes. They loved cutting up the edible grass!
1. Bunny cups
All you need to make popcorn filled Easter bunny cups are plastic cups with dome lids, felt, hot glue gun, and a Sharpie marker. Plus your kiddos favorite snack!
2. Bunny trail mix
3. Peep Cupcakes
Use store bought Peeps and edible grass to DIY a simple cupcake! I used kitchen scissors to cut off the bottom inch or so of the Peep and then stuck it in the icing! I also used this edible grass from Amazon.
Grab this free Easter printable and share the bunny goodness with classmates and neighbors!
5. Bunny cinnamon rolls
All you need to make bunny cinnamon rolls is a store bought tube of rolls. Mt store bought pack wasn’t quite as easy to unroll, but with some manipulation and kitchen scissors you can make 2 bunny ears. Next time, I will skip the eyes.
6. Bunny rolls
7. Decorate cookie Easter eggs
This easy Easter craft is as simple as baking oval shaped sugar cookies. Grab a set of edible markers and decorate the Easter egg cookies any way you’d like! See the full tutorial on Easter egg doodle cookies at Slinky and Moose.
8. Chick cupcakes
Turn cupcakes into baby chicks with yellow coconut and chocolate chip eyes. Find the simple tutorial at Calico and Cupcakes.
9. Easy Bunny cake
Use a store bought cake mix and a circle pan to whip up two adorable bunny cakes! For all of the details, check out this tutorial from Amy Cluck.
10. Candy Carrot cake
Are you ready for the simplest, but cutest Easter cake ever? Frost a carrot cake with white icing. Then add a few orange Sprees with 2 green gummi bears to the middle of the cake. Voila! The easiest carrot cake topper ever. See the carrot cake recipe and adorable topper at Kitchen Klique.
11. Cheeto carrots
Here’s a non sweet Easter treat that is perfect for a kid’s Easter party. All you need are Cheetos, I prefer puff, disposable frosting bags, and green ribbon. Warning: I tried to make these with 1 galloon plastic bags and the carrots were short and fat. The disposable frosting bags work perfectly!
12. Random acts of hoppiness
13. Crescent roll stuffed carrots
Use store bought crescent roll sheets to make carrots filled with egg salad. For the full recipe check out Hungry Happenings
14. Bunny dnout craft
Use store bought powdered donuts plus a few other simple things to make the cutest bunny cupcake toppers! Genius! See the step by step tutorial at Amanda’s Parties To Go.
15. Egg chicks
Which edible Easter craft is your favorite? I’d love to hear…
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