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Whether you’re looking for classroom treats or holiday surprises, these Easter snacks for preschoolers are sure to be a hit with everyone around!
As you begin preparing for your preschool Easter activities, be sure to add a fun holiday-inspired snack or treat to your to-do list. Most of these are easy enough for your preschoolers to help make. One or two, however, are simply meant to be enjoyed by preschoolers. You’ll have to do the legwork!
If you like adding fun preschool snacks to your lessons and celebrations, you will love the list of Easter preschool snacks I’ve rounded up below! I can’t wait to hear which one is your favorite.
Easter Snacks for Preschoolers
This amazing list of Easter preschool snack ideas is full of snacks inspired by Easter bunnies, eggs, chicks, and more! There are even a few healthy treats on this list!
If you can find egg-shaped marshmallows at the grocery store, these Easter egg marshmallow pops will be a breeze to make! Kids will love helping you dip them in melted chocolate and then in some spring-colored sprinkles. Artsy Fartsy Mama
Have you ever made mug cakes with your kids? They’re so easy to make! I love the fun twist of this Easter chick cake in a jar, and I bet your kids will, too. Messy Little Monster
With some graham crackers, icing, and jelly beans (or other small Easter candy), your kids can play with their food! It’s required when you make some Jelly Bean Tic Tac Toe snacks. Homeschool Preschool
Don’t use up all the graham crackers, though. You’ll need them to make graham cracker houses for your Easter peeps! Homeschool Preschool
These Easter Bunny pudding cups require a few special ingredients, but they’re sure to be a hit with preschoolers! Sippy Cup Mom
These healthy Easter egg breakfast pops are great for Easter breakfast! Cook pancakes in an Easter egg mold, and coat them with yogurt for a sweet coating. Eats Amazing
Kids can help you measure and pour the ingredients to make this simple Easter snack mix. Crystal and Co.
These adorable DIY Reese’s Cup Easter basket candies require a bit of help from an adult, but they’re so cute! Arts Crackers
What’s better than candy-dipped pretzel rods? How about topping them with Peeps Bunnies! Thrifty Jinxy
Carrot cake is perfect for an Easter Snack! Dress up some carrot cake cupcakes with candy carrots for a special holiday treat. Life at the ZooDip some marshmallows in melted orange chocolate candies, and you’ve got yourself some Easter Carrot Pops to share with your kiddos! Sippy Cup Mom
These Easter bunny cupcakes are adorable! With their cute ears and noses, they will definitely dress up your Easter dessert table. Thrifty Jinxy
My favorite Easter candy is Cadbury mini eggs. Turn an ordinary cupcake into a Easter Bird’s Nest Cupcake with a few well-placed eggs. The Best Ideas for Kids
You could also add some of those mini eggs, along with a few more surprises, to a bowl of popcorn for an easy peasy Easter popcorn treat. Here Come the Girls
I love the idea of making Cookie Nests with a muffin pan. This recipe is simple enough for your little ones to pitch in. Wunder Mum
You guys have to check out these bunny butt pretzels! They are simply the CUTEST Easter treat around. The Soccer Mom Blog
However, these Oreo Bunny Butt Cookies sure give them a run for their money! They’re adorable, as well! The Inspiration Edit
If you know how to pipe icing, you’ll love making these Peek-a-Boo Peeps Easter Cupcakes with your kids. Crayons and Cravings
Turn a Twinkie into an Easter Peeps race car for an Easter snack that your preschoolers will love! The Inspiration Edit
Kids will have a blast opening plastic eggs full of lunch items when you create an Easter Egg Lunch Hunt for them! Gluesticks Blog
Resurrection rolls are a fun way to help kids visualize the story of Christ’s death and resurrection. Crafty Moms Share
BOOKS ABOUT Easter
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool Easter books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure – When Pete wakes up Easter morning, ready to check out his basket of goodies, he discovers the Easter Bunny needs a little extra help. Our favorite groovy blue cat puts on his bunny ears and finds a way to collect, paint, and hide the eggs all in time for Easter!
How to Catch the Easter Bunny – Is this the year you’ll be able to catch the Easter bunny in action? Start an Easter tradition with this fun and funny children’s book ― the perfect Easter basket stuffer!
The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story – The Bear cubs are candy-crazy this Easter! But Missus Ursula and some Sunday school students tell the cubs about Jesus’s resurrection and show them that salvation is much sweeter than candy!
More Easter Fun for Kids
Kids will love using their personalized Easter baskets for your family Easter egg hunts!
I love this I Spy Bag Bunny toy! It’s a great way to entertain preschoolers and develop visual discrimination skills! This is a felt bunny toy with a transparent window, filled with plastic granules. Treasures have been hidden in this one of a kind toy, and it is up to your child to find them all! For this you need to work with your fingers.