Looking for a simple craft for the moms to do during our playgroup lunch I hosted two weeks ago, I decided upon a project for the kids’ Easter baskets – Cheddar Bunny Carrots. I found an idea about making “carrots” filled with goldfish from No Fuss Fabulous blog on Pinterest. This was perfect. A quick & simple craft we could complete while keeping an eye on our toddlers plus much better for them than more sugary treats.
If you are still in need of a little something for your little one’s basket, here’s how to create your own cheddar bunny carrots …
- disposable icing or candy decorating bags (note: I ended up with the latter since the icing bags were sold out, but be aware there is a large Wilton logo & smaller recycling logo printed on the candy decorating bags)
- Annie’s Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies
- green ribbon
- Fill each bag about two-thirds full with crackers. (Since we had the bags with the logos, we filled to just below the logo.)
- Twist the bag closed around the top of the crackers and secure with green ribbon.
Simple as that and you have cute treats for the bunny to deliver. 🙂
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