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Easter Treat Recipes

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Easter is a holiday with many traditions, one of those is making treats. This page contains Easter treat recipes.


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March 26, 20051 found this helpful


  • 30 marshmallows
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 2 tsp. green food coloring
  • 3 1/2 cups corn flakes


For the nests: 3 1/2 cups use chow mein noodles for corn flakes.

Combine marshmallows, butter, and vanilla plus food coloring in top of double boiler. Heat over hot water until marshmallows are melted. Stir in corn flakes gradually. Drop from tablespoon onto waxed paper and with hands, shape into a 9 inch wreath. Decorate with candied cherries or red hots.

For Easter Nests: Form them into little nests and put jelly beans in them for eggs.

By Robin

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April 28, 20170 found this helpful

Create an Easter decoration using the jelly bean prayer mounted to cardstock and surrounded with colored jelly beans. Or you can make a smaller copy and attach to a container of jelly beans. This is a guide about jelly bean prayer craft.

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April 20, 2011

I made these with the children when they were little.




Place 1 marshmallow in center of biscuit; bond with icing sugar. Pipe "ribbon" around marshmallow and get the children to decorate with the flowers.

Source: Trying to occupy three children without much money.

By deirdrehenry from Ireland

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March 8, 2012

My son's class is having a bunny brunch. The teacher has asked that healthy snacks be sent ie., fruits, veggies, or pretzels. Any suggestions for anything else? I imagine that everyone will send those things and then they'll have 20 of the same thing. This is for 4 to 5 year olds.


By Milena Lewis


March 9, 20120 found this helpful

What about making a different healthy dip to go with the veggies, pretzels, etc.: hummus (gabanzo/chickpea spread) is a favorite with lots of kids I know and it adds some protein to the snack. If you feel adventurous, eggplant dip, or squash dips can be tasty and nutritious, too.

Or what about a drink. V8 or V8 Splash or other veggie & fruit mixed juices would be something different. (Our family especially likes the ones mixed with blueberries. Walmart has a store-brand version that is really good.)

As always with kids that age, don't tell them what's in it!

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March 9, 20120 found this helpful

Try making popcorn, mixed with smarties, nuts etc. Maybe some dried fruit.

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