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Recipe #23609

SOOOOO CUTE! (preparation time unknown)

Recipe #101326

Can't pull a rabbit out of a hat? Don't worry- you won't be needing a magic wand to make these effortless treats appear at your table!

Recipe #40462

7 Reviews |  By Mirj

These are easy and delicious. We prefer these rolled in ground almonds, although they are also great in coconut.

Recipe #16474

This is so fun to make together with your kids, and always gets oohs and aahs from children and grownups alike. I remember my mother making a version of this when I was young, so it brings back fond memories to serve it now. For an Easter potluck, I used these as an adjunct to Tom Lambie's Cherry Fluff Salad, Recipezaar #10088, by placing the bunnies on lettuce leaves around the edge of a large tray, with a large bowl of the fluff in the center. Quite a nice response from the group as a result.

Recipe #24143

A simple and quick dessert for Easter or any time (you can change the candies to fit any holiday). I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it is so simple to make. The kids really love this one.

Recipe #87261

This recipe is from the Woman's Day website!! Fast & easy to make - perfect for a spring/summer party or Easter. Perfect for a kids school party and a wonderful recipe for your kids to help you with!! TIP: The nests can be made up to 3 days before serving. Store loosely covered at room temperature. Makes 12-18 depending on the size you make them.

Recipe #221023

This one is for all the little Easter Bunnies out there. They will love this dessert.

Recipe #23862

This is great for Easter.

Recipe #155206

I make these little treats for my son to take to school. It's a perfect, cute little Easter treat. I serve them in the individual over-sized cupcake papers. You could use plain Rice Krispies and/or omit the chick.....still just as cute. Prep time does not include cooling and setting time.

Recipe #116299

42 Reviews |  By winkki

Originally from a peanut butter company, these no-bake treats are easy and oh-so-fun for the kiddos! :o)

Recipe #87879

I can't get Reese's here - good thing - I'd be eating peanut butter cups all the time! Came across this recipe on the net years ago. It's good.

Recipe #138784

This is a twist on some Christmas cookies we made that my son invented. Yummy and fun!!!

Recipe #162984

Cute little easter eggs with a hint of chocolate and peanut butter that kids (and adults) love. These eggs are so easy, since they are basically Rice Krispie Cake. These eggs can be individually wraped so they can be hidden with commercial wrapped chocolate easter eggs if you are doing an egg hunt for your kids.

Recipe #162490

I got this recipe from my mother and my favorite cookbook, Betty Crocker's Cookbook. These beautiful cookies are always a hit at parties because they look like little bonbons. These cookies are great to make for children, and it's easy to let them help out.

Recipe #40268

5 Reviews |  By Lindi

Crunchy chinese noodles and marshmallow make the cutest little nests for your Easter table. Try one at each place setting. Kids will really love them!

Recipe #23150

Recipe #164228

This is a very old British tradition & method of colouring and dying eggs to be boiled and eaten on Good Friday & throughout the Easter weekend. There are commercial dyes available nowadays, but I still prefer the traditional natural methods of colouring my Easter Pace Eggs – onions skins (and also spinach & beetroot water). The name Pace is thought to derive from the French word for Easter, Pâques…and in some parts of Britain – mainly Lancashire in the North West, these eggs are rolled down a hill, the winner being the owner of the egg which goes the furthest and has the least cracks or breaks in it! It is also traditional to give one of these eggs to each person who visits your home throughout the Easter period - what a wonderful alternative to the commercially over packaged chocolate eggs!

Recipe #221017

You won't hear a peep out of these birds--just cheers for more from family and friends!

Recipe #60376

1 Reviews |  By Nelly

These are quick and easy to make and the children love them. The recipe is from a Junior School Parents Group Cookbook, UK., and has travelled all over the place. Alternative fillings can be used, i.e. ,cream with raspberries, cream with pineapple.

Recipe #58177

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