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11 Edible Crafts for Easter that Every-Bunny will Love
11 Edible Crafts for Easter that Every-Bunny will Love

11 Edible Crafts for Easter that Every-Bunny will Love

Get ready for springtime and Easter with these wonderful edible crafts! The kids will love learning how to cook and bake while working on some super cute edible Easter crafts. Try your hand at one of these 11 ideas for a springy crafting session that’s perfect for home cooks and newbies alike.

1. Flower Power Cupcakes

Flower Power Cupcakes

Flower Power Cupcakes offer the epitome of edible springtime and Easter crafts: cupcakes that look like flowers! And we’ll be that you happen to have a white cake mix in your pantry, too. Sounds like you’ve almost got what you need to make these tasty cupcakes!

2. Tie-Dye Fruity Cupcakes

Tie-Dye Fruity Cupcakes

Once you get in the groove with one set of cupcakes, you’ll want to try your hand at something a bit more complex: Tie-Dye Fruity Cupcakes! Use a white cake mix for these too—you’ll be dying portions of it with JELL-O flavored gelatin mix and swirling the colors together to create a beautiful tie-dye look!



Is there anything like the classic JELL-O® JIGGLERS? When it comes to edible crafts, these JIGGLERS are versatile as well as delicious. Use your favorite cookie cutters to transform JELL-O® into your favorite shapes.



Don’t forget to try JELL-O® Egg JIGGLERS! Get out your JIGGLERS egg mold and use your favorite flavor of JELL-O®. The kids will love pouring them into the molds, and everyone will love eating them!

5. JELL-O® Artwork JIGGLERS®


Just like the tie-dye cupcakes, you can transform JELL-O® JIGGLERS into works of art! The whole family will enjoy these JELLO® Artwork JIGGLERS that use sweetened condensed milk to create the backdrop for your swirly-color art.

6. Marshmallow Bunnies

Marshmallow Bunnies

Yes, you could buy pre-made, sugar-coated marshmallows in the shapes of bunnies and chicks, but what if you could make your own? Try these Marshmallow Bunnies for a fun create-your-own version of an Easter classic. Grab your mini marshmallows, regular marshmallows, licorice and more for a fun edible craft project.

7. KOOL-AID Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

KOOL-AID Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

No need to buy an egg dying kit with these KOOL-AID Tie-Dye Easter Eggs! KOOL-AID flavors like orange, lemonade and mixed berry are perfect to mix and match for beautiful dyed Easter eggs. Once you’ve dyed them, you can transform the Easter eggs into recipes like Classic Egg Salad as well as Crunchy Egg Salad Pinwheels!

8. JET-PUFFED Marshmallow Pops

JET-PUFFED Marshmallow Pops

You’ve heard of cake pops and cookie pops. Have you heard of marshmallow pops? This recipe for JET-PUFFED Marshmallow Pops is another edible craft that works year-round. Try them this spring or whenever you feel like having a fun treat night with the fam.

9. Heart-Shaped Marshmallow Gummies

Heart-Shaped Marshmallow Gummies

Transform your extra marshmallows into gummies! Heart-Shaped Marshmallow Gummies feature grape flavor JELL-O®, mini marshmallows and sprinkles. What more could you want out of an edible craft?

10. Watercolor Animal Cookies

Watercolor Animal Cookies

Did you know that you can turn sugar cookies into an edible craft? These Watercolor Animal Cookies are the perfect example of that! Icing is your canvas, and food color is your paint. How will you paint your favorite animal shapes?

11. Animal Pancakes

Animal Pancakes

Try another classic edible craft with Animal Pancakes. Make a mouse, a bear, a cat or something else with this simple recipe! The kids can use fruit and chocolate sauce to decorate the faces.

In addition to Easter, these delicious edible crafts for Easter can work for any time of year and any occasion. Be sure to check out our edible gifts for a tasty treat for your loved ones.

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