Spring has sprung and that means Easter is just around the corner. So, I thought it would be fun to update the edible Easter crafts and get a head start on Easter planning. Let’s be real, y’all know I’m not much of a planner, but these simple kitchen crafts are easy enough to make that you don’t need to plan!
4. This edible craft makes decorating Easter eggs fun and delicious! See the full tutorial on Easter egg doodle cookies at Slinky and Moose.
5. Turn cupcakes into baby chicks with yellow coconut and chocolate chip eyes. Find the simple tutorial at Calico and Cupcakes.
6. 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.
7. Perk up a straw for Easter with Peeps! See the cute picture and the full tutorial at The Autocrat Haley.
8. 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.
9. Use Rice Krispies to make egg treats with hidden candy inside! How fun is that? See the full recipe at Rice Krispies.
10. Here’s a non sweet Easter treat that is perfect for a kid’s Easter party. I love that you could easily switch out Cheetos for any orange food like Gold Fish. See the full tutorial at Creative Organization.
11. Coconut birds nests are fun to make and eat with kids! See the full tutorial at A Pumpkin and a Princess.
12. Use store bought crescent roll sheets to make carrots filled with egg salad. For the full recipe check out Hungry Happenings
13. Use store bought powdered donuts plus a few other simple things to make the cutest bunny toppers! Genius! See the step by step tutorial at Amanda’s Parties To Go.
14. Are you looking for an Easter treat to had out to neighbors or classmates? This bunny chow is a colorful concoction of sweet meets salty plus takes only 10 minutes to put together. Get the recipe and a free printable treat topper at Cute as a Fox.
15. Use Peeps to make colorful S’mores! Best of all, these can be made in doors any day of the week. See the complete tutorial at Eclectic Everyday.