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I was asked by Snack Pack to share some fun Easter snack crafts using their famous pudding packs and a few ingredients of my own. I couldn’t choose one idea so I decided to share 4! They are all VERY easy and take just a few minutes. These are perfect for your kid’s Easter parties at school, a bible class, or your kid’s Easter table. I am going to share them in order from easy to easiest!
First head out to your local Walmart and buy your supplies! I found the Snack Pack pudding cups in the baking aisle and there was actually a big sign that said “pudding cups” right above them. Talk about EASY! Buy the Super Snack Pack to get six large cups together.
The Carrot Garden Pudding Snack
Start with a yummy Snack Pack in Chocolate. These are the PERFECT cups to use for crafts because they are nice and big.
Now take Oreos with the icing removed and Honey Maid Graham Crackers and put them in a Ziploc bag. Roll the rolling pin over or hit with a mallet until they are finely crushed.
Now take the “dirt” Oreo and Honey Maid mixture and pour some on the top of the pudding cup.
Now you need to get the “carrot” strawberry ready. Melt some orange candy melts and dip a dry strawberry in until covered up to the leaves. Keep the leaves clean because they will be your “carrot stem.”
Lay the strawberry on wax paper to dry and then drizzle some lines on the strawberry with the same orange candy melts.
Once the strawberry is dry, place it in the center of your pudding cup. I added a little garden marker to the cup using a Sharpie marker and craft stick. All done!
Easter Egg Hunt Pudding Cup
This one took just a few minutes and my son LOVED it. Take the same “dirt” mixture as the first craft and put it on the top of the pudding.
Pipe some green frosting on top of the dirt to make grass. I practiced on the wax paper first to get the right look. I used the pre-made frosting from the cake decorating aisle in Walmart and it was already in a tube with a piping attachment so it was SUPER easy.
Place 3 or 4 chocolate eggs or jelly beans on top and you are finished!
Baby Chick and Easter Bunny Pudding Cups
These were my favorite and the easiest by far. Just cut out bunny ears, a beak, and hearts for the chick’s wings out of patterned scrapbook paper. Hot glue the paper and googly eyes on and then draw on a little rabbit nose and mouth with a Sharpie. I used the Snack Pack Vanilla cups for these and think they are SO sweet. These would be great for a class Easter favor!
These pudding snacks were Cole-approved 🙂
— Deonna Wade (@deonnawade) March 19, 2015