Most often, the simplest handmade crafts for kids end up being my favorite. These Bunny Snack Cups go together so quickly and easily, you could easily create an entire nest of bunnies in no time. We’ve even provided a free bunny ears printable—just print and cut. No free-hand drawing necessary.
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Darling Bunny Snack Cups and Simple Easter Snack Mix
- White paper cups
- Bunny ears printables (Outside Ear & Inside Ear)
- Handmade or store-bought pom poms
- Glue stick
- Hot glue gun
Cut out bunny ears and glue pink centers to white ears. Adhere to the back of the cup using hot glue.
Adhere a fluffy pom-pom to the back of the cup. I made these using the Clover 1 5/8” (yellow) Pom-Pom Maker. Making them is one of those mindless projects you can do while watching your favorite TV show. If you want to keep this kid’s craft even easier, purchase pre-made pom-poms at your local craft store or.
Fill with Easter grass and your favorite treats or gifts, or a simple Easter Snack Mix.
My daughter wants to make them for her friends and fill them to the top with yummy treats and small gifts. I’m going to have one at each of the grandkids’ place settings for Easter brunch. They’ll love them!
SIMPLE AND HEALTHIER EASTER SNACK MIX
My granddaughter’s school has a no sugary treats rule for parties and birthdays. They’ve asked parents to provide healthier options instead. I love it! We came up with this Easter snack mix, and it was a huge hit. The kids call it Bunny Trail Mix.
- Pre-made Popcorn
- Annie’s Organic Snack Mix
- Easter M&M’s (because I’m not the meanest mom/grandma ever!)
You can either mix all the ingredients together in a bowl and distribute between the Bunny Snack Cups, or I pre-measured each ingredient, mixed it up, and poured it back into each cup individually. No fair if someone gets all the M&Ms, right?! If you want to do that, here are the measurements I used:
- ¾ c. pre-made popcorn
- ¼ c. Annie’s Organic Snack Mix
- 1 T. raisins
- 1 T. Easter M&Ms
Those bunny-shaped crackers and pretzels couldn’t be more perfect for an Easter Snack Mix. They all come together in the Annie’s Organic Snack Mix. And doesn’t the popcorn remind you of bunny tails? Of course, my grown son had to bring up that the raisins remind him of bunny droppings, and now his little sister won’t eat them. Sigh. I’m filling his cup with all raisins. JK
When my four-year-old granddaughter saw these Bunny Snack Cups filled with the Easter Snack Mix, she couldn’t wait to get her hands on one. After I photographed them, she took one with her to play in the yard. They’re definitely Lilah-approved. I’m sure your little honey bunnies will love them too.