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19 DIY Easter Treats for School

19 DIY Easter Treats for School

Believe it or not, Easter is right around the corner. This means Easter classroom parties will be in full swing soon. No worries, we have put together a list of 19 DIY Easy Easter Treats for School.

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All of these school snacks are fun to make, do not require many ingredients, and can easily jazz up store bought treats if you don’t have time to make something from scratch. Some are even simple enough that younger kids can join in on the fun!

Pssst- We made a really cute Letter From The Easter Bunny you can give your child on Easter morning. It’s printable and comes with a free Easter Handprint craft! See it here.

Enjoy our list of the Best DIY Easter Treats for School!

Bunny Juice Boxes

Turn boring old juice boxes into an adorable treat for school. Your kids will love these Bunny Juice Boxes. Easily create one yourself with minimal supplies needed or simply download the free printable! Either way you choose, these juice boxes are easy and cute! 

Bunny Lollipops

Bunny Lollipops are simple and so adorable. Just a couple of simple supplies, most of which you probably already have at home and a bag of saf-t-pop lollipops to create these classroom treats. A great way to turn a simple lollipop into a class favorite.  

Easter Chick Fruit Cups 

Kids get all sorts of treats and goodies for classroom parties. Why not send in something healthy and adorable this year! Easter Chick Fruit Cups only require a few craft supplies along with a fruit cup to create. A great nut free option! 

Bunny Bait Snack Mix

Snack mixes are the best…am I right? Especially holiday themed ones. This Bunny Bait Easter Snack Mix is no exception. It’s full spring colors, different flavors and textures. Your kids will love this classroom treat! Add in or take out any ingredients you’d like to personalize it how you wish! 

Rice Krispie Nests

Looking for something a little more hands on? Rice Krispie Nests are a perfect option. Not too complicated and oh so adorable. Wrap the nests up in some cellophane or Easter themed bag for a great treat for classmates. 

Peeps Pretzel Rods

Chocolate covered pretzels are so good, but Peeps Pretzel Rods are even better!! They are simple to make and your kiddo can get involved in their classroom snack. Personalize these cute treats with different color chocolate, sprinkles, and peeps! The options are endless!  

Rice Krispie Easter Chicks

A twist on your traditional Rice Krispie treat, Easter Chicks are the absolute cutest!! A little more involved than your traditional ones, but definitely worth the time and effort.

Bunny Tails

I love there are so many options for these Bunny Tails. Marshmallows, powdered donuts, white cheddar corn puffs, let your imagination go wild! Add the free printable bunny tails tag and you have got yourself one easy classroom snack this year! 

RELATED: Free Printable Easter Coloring Pages (so cute!)

Cheeseball Carrots

Cheeseball Carrots are super adorable. They only require a few materials and it’s so easy that your kids can help you put them together for their friends! Don’t like cheese balls? No worries, any orange snack will do such as Cheez Its, or Goldfish. 

Paper Bunny Treat Bags

Looking for an adorable holiday bag for your child’s classroom this Easter? Paper Bunny Treat Bags are a perfect option. All you’ll need are paper bags, scissors, and ribbon. Then fill the bunnies with any snack you would like and you have got yourself the cutest treat bag. 

Foam Cup Bunnies

Your kids will love taking in Foam Cup Bunnies this year for their Easter classroom party. They are easy to put together and could even act as the holiday craft as well! Choose whatever snack you’d like to fill these cups with. To keep the snacks in, simply wrap them in cellophane.

Graham Cracker Dippers

Only a short list of ingredients are needed to create these Graham Cracker Dippers. They can be customized so many ways, by swapping up the chocolate and sprinkles.

Layered Peeps Rice Crispy Treats

Peeps Rice Crispy Treats? If you love peeps, you will love these treats. They are simple and festive plus a great twist on your traditional rice crispy treats. 

Candy Cones

Candy Cones are a great option when you need a quick holiday treat. Depending on their age, your kids can do most, if not all of the work putting these together! Choose any type of treat to fill these cones with. 

Daisy Pretzel Bites

Unique, adorable, and easy, Daizy Pretzel Bites will be a great option for a classroom Easter treat this year. So festive and fun to make with your little ones! Great for your Easter brunch table as well! 

Peeps on a Stick

I am all about simple and tasty treats. Peeps on a Stick checks all the boxes! Only 20 minutes total between prep work and assembly, you’ll have a perfect classroom Easter snack in no time at all! 

Easter Peep Treat Bags

Easter Peep Treat Bags are such a great idea! A peep s’more in a bag, how unique. These are simple to create and a free printable bag topper included on the website. Plus the kids can enjoy these once they get home!

Confetti Bars

Confetti Bars are so festive when you use pastel colored M&M’s. The base is a white chocolate cookie bar, with gooey marshmallows melted in. Each sqaure is the perfect amount and you can easily whip up a double batch for more kids.

Easter Bunny Pudding Cups

Whether you choose vanilla, chocolate or swirl pudding, Easter Bunny Pudding Cups are a perfect classroom Easter treat this year. I love that they make a great a last minute option when you are short on time.

We hope that one of our 19 ideas inspire you and your kiddo this Easter season to get a little creative when it comes to making treats for their friends and classmates!


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