A Fun Easter Egg Snack Idea {Using Plastic Easter Eggs}

An easy snack that is lots of fun for kids using leftover plastic eggs

Your kids will love this Easter Snack Idea using the leftover plastic eggs! It’s a great way to get them to eat a variety of color and a variety of foods!

I’m all for making eating/snacking fun for the kids. After a long day at school, my daughter loves when we have time to make a special after-school snack. We have tons of eggs left over from all of our egg hunts so I emptied them out (washed them!!) and turned them into a super fun and eggs-cellent snack idea!

 

You can fill your eggs with anything you have on hand! I had a bunch of snacks almost gone so this perfect to help get rid of leftovers. We had lots of fruit, popcorn, fishies, cookies, crackers, and cheese. You can also use this for meal time and use more fun things! Check out my muffin tin meals for lots more snack ideas.  I always have a lot of snacks that are just about empty so this is perfect when that happens. I just filled each egg with a food type and the kids LOVED it!

Put your Easter eggs to good use by making this fun snack for kids! They will love it and you can clean out your pantry https://dailymomtivity.com

Ideas For the Eggs: 

goldfish, cheese, blueberries, carrots/ranch, pickles, tomatoes, raisins, grapes, strawberries, any fruits (just cut up)popcorn, turkey dog (cut into small bites), bow tie noodles, any veggies (cut up), crackers/hummus,  eggs, yogurt, and really anything else you can think of or have on hand!

I’ve literally used this time to pull out things in my fridge and add a few to each egg. The kids will love the color and the variation. It’s a great way to try new things too.

This would be a fun way to have your Easter lunch or dinner for your younger crowd! Lots of possibilities. Happy Easter!

After you eat your Easter snack it would be a great time to make this adorable paper bag bunny puppet!


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March 28, 2018
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4 Comments

  • Reply Sarah Nenni Daher

    Seriously – I’m totally using this! Love it, and more importantly, my daughter will, too!

    March 25, 2016 at 10:01 am
    • Reply Shannon

      Thanks Sarah! My daughter keeps asking for it now! It’s nice that it really is easy to put together 🙂

      March 25, 2016 at 10:11 pm
  • Reply Aileen

    This is such a cute idea! I know my kids would love it!

    March 26, 2016 at 8:00 am
  • Reply Faye

    What a fun idea! My boys will love this – they are obsessed with these eggs!

    March 29, 2016 at 10:40 am
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