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Cheddar Bunny Carrot

Cheddar Bunny Carrots

April 20, 2011 Sarah Coggins
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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 anĀ 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 DecoratingBags (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


  1. Fill each bag about two-thirds full with crackers. (Since we had the bags with the logos, we filled to just below the logo.)
  2. Twist the bag closed around the top of the crackers and secure with green ribbon.

Cheddar Bunny Carrot

Simple as that and you have cute treats for the bunny to deliver.


  • Bonnie April 20, 2011 at 3:47 pm
    What a great idea! So much better than candy!
  • allison c April 20, 2011 at 7:44 pm
    loved this idea, can't wait to share it with c. thanks so much for leading us in this! :)
  • Staci April 21, 2011 at 5:11 pm
    Cute idea! I may do that with my club next year!
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