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I’m excited to share a Snack Pack Easter Pudding Cups recipe idea I came up with! As you may know, I just love doing something fun with my meals and snacks around the holidays. In fact my family looks forward to what I will come up with. Because my grandson loves pudding, I thought I’d make some pudding cup easter baskets. The fun part is that everyone can participate in putting them together!
The idea was to make the cups look like a little easter basket and add in some fun treats that can be eaten with the pudding.
Here is what I came up with…
First of all start with the Super Snack Packs, and add lots of treats!
Of course, I had to throw some printables into the mix. 😉
I’m going to admit that I haven’t had a Snack Pack pudding cup for years and I was pleasantly surprised at how good they tasted. 🙂 I also like the fact that they have the same amount of calcium as an 8 oz glass of milk, and I’m not a milk drinker. (bonus) Yes! I can eat one along with my grandson. I can even let him open mine, because they have new easy open lids. (double bonus) Let’s see, things are working out well so far!
To put these cool treats together you will need:
Super Snack Packs which I found these at my local Walmart in the Snack isle. They have a great selection and they are easy to find.
You can also pick up a coupon for the Snack Packs HERE.
The other ingredients you will need are:
Mint Oreo Cookies (crushed up)
edible easter grass
small chocolate candy easter eggs
orange taffy candy (for carrots)
Disposable spoons (I used wooden spoons)
Printables copied and cut out
clean kitchen scissors
double sided tape
I love these cute little carrots, and they are so so yummy! All I did to make them was use orange taffy candy and the edible easter grass. I cut the taffy into about a half-inch triangular pieces. next I took a small bunch of the edible easter grass and laid it in the back of the carrot and turned the taffy around it to form the carrot. The candy was so pliable and I loved the vibrant orange color. The photo shows how easy it is!
Now, how to make these Easter Pudding Cups!
Follow directions on the printable sheet to put the paper on the easter pudding cups and spoon using double-sided tape. Open your Snack packs and add the crushed Oreos. Then break up some grass to put in. Add the bunnies, the eggs, the carrots and the spoons and then you have a festive and delicious easter pudding cup treat!
Easter Pudding Cup Printables
You can down load the printable HERE
And how about this?
Another fun idea for these would be to package them up and give them away as a “treat kit”. Children would love receiving these and putting them together. Guess who’s getting this one? Yep, you’re right! (my darling grandson)
I hope you enjoy these and add some fun to you spring or Easter celebrations. Now that I shared something I am doing for a holiday treat I’d love for you to share something with me that you do! (in the comments below)