Monday, March 5, 2018

Healthy Easter Basket Idea: Cheddar Bunny Carrot Shaped Treat Bags

How to make healthy easter snacks featuring annie's cheddar bunnies
If you are looking for healthy Easter basket ideas, you have come to the right place! 

When my oldest was just a toddler, we realized that finding healthy Easter treats was hard. There was so much candy and artificial food dye everywhere at Easter time! Luckily, making these healthy Easter treats is super easy and my kids love them! Even my second grade boy still loves eating these cheddar bunny crackers - so this healthy Easter basket idea is perfect for toddlers and big kids alike!

How to make healthy carrot shaped snacks for Easter


  • Annie's Cheddar Bunnies - the organic ones are our favorite
  • Plastic baggies
  • Scissors
  • Green fabric scraps or ribbon
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**An important note about plastic bags**
Beware of the triangle shaped party bags often sold in the seasonal section of department stores as the plastics used often contain questionable endocrine disrupting (read: they mess with your hormones!) ingredients. Instead, purchase baggies made for food that are explicitly labeled to be PVC, BPA and phthalate free. I personally use the bags from Whole Food's 365 brand as they are 100% polyethelene and free of these questionable ingredients.
healthy easter basket ideas for toddlers


STEP 1: Fill the bag

Open the bag and fill it with about a half cup of crackers. Check for "carrot-iness" (totally a word!) by making sure your bag is filled to the right level to make you happy with its carroty shape. Add more crackers if needed.
Healthy easter basket ideas: carrot shaped treat bags with bunny crackers

STEP 2: Trim the top

Use scissors to cut the zipper top edge off the top of the bag and trim the plastic as needed.
how to make healthy easter snacks for toddler and big kid easter baskets

STEP 3: Tie the top

Use fabric scraps or ribbon to tie the top of the bag shut. Check the length and trim or add more ribbon as desired.
carrot shaped easter treats - perfect easter basket idea for toddlers
Easy toddler snack ideas for easter - perfect for class parties when you can't do candy

That's it!

I hope you loved this healthy Easter snack idea!

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Carissa Bonham is a lifelong crafter and mom of two creative boys. The owner and lead writer at Creative Green Living, she won the Craftys Award for the "Best Craft Blogger" category in 2016 and the ShiftCon award for "Best DIY Blogger" in 2018.

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  1. I will definitely be making these for my kids' Easter baskets! Thanks so much for the healhier idea!

  2. Cute ideas, especially for classrooms!


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