Easter is huge in our household! Not only does it mean a visit from the Easter Bunny, but he’ll be handing out yummy Cadbury Crème Egg Candy—which our whole family loves!
I’ve partnered with Hershey to share fun ideas for creating yummy Easter crafts the whole family will enjoy.
Watch the VIDEO HERE!
Idea #1: Garden Basket
Nothing says spring like gardening, and creating a fun “Good to Grow” basket for your little one can teach them a fun skill that lasts for years to come.
To create, you can use a watering can as your “basket” which is fun and cute! Fill with plastic “grass” to give it a green feel and include cute gardening gloves, tools, seeds, and some fun treats like Cadbury Crème Egg Candy that you can hide in your “garden”!!
Idea #2: Decorate Cadbury Crème Egg Candy
Decorating eggs with colored dye is our kids’ fave activity. Today, we’re wrapping the Easter eggs in bunny ears for a fun twist on this classic tradition.
All you need is fun colored fabric or dried out baby wipes. Cut your material into 6-inch squares. Place a Cadbury Crème Egg Candy in the center of your square, cover it, and tie with string. Cut a V-shape out of the top bushy part to get your ears! You can leave as is or use markers or stickers to make fun bunny shapes! These are great to decorate around the house!
Idea #3: Cadbury Crème Egg Candy Pancakes
There is no better way to kick off Easter brunch than with Cadbury Crème Egg Candy Pancakes. These pancakes are super yummy and easy to make! All you need to do is scoop out the filling of 4 Cadbury Crème Egg Candies and set aside. Smash up remaining chocolate shells and add to your pancake batter. You can use more or less as needed. Place all the sweet crème filling into a ramekin and serve on table next to butter and syrup for an extra sweet topping to your pancakes! You can garnish with a broken Cadbury Crème Egg Candy on top for effect!
Hopefully, you enjoyed these ideas! What do you have planned for your little one this Easter? Let me know, and please share some of your own ideas in the comments section below!
Happy Easter everyone!