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With spring right around the corner and Easter quickly approaching, now is a good time to start planning for your parties! Today I'm sharing a DIY project that serves as a fun decoration, craft, and snack. If you're hosting a spring time party this year, these Snack Pack easter bunny pudding cups
are great for showcasing on your dessert bar.
To make the easter bunny pudding cups, you will need Super Snack Pack
pudding cups and a few mix ins, like Honey Maid graham crackers for ears, and some candy and marshmallows for eyes and a nose. I used the graham cracker squares to make the ears of the bunny rabbit since they serve as a great addition to pudding as well. First, you will need to cut each graham cracker block into individual squares.
Once you have cut the graham crackers into squares, use a decorating icing packet to draw the ears. If you don't have prepackaged decorating icing, placing icing into a ziplock bag and cutting an edge on the tip of the bag works just as well.
Place two ears into each Super Snack Pack cup. Next, place two marshmallows into the pudding, add a dab of icing, and place a chocolate chip on top of each marshmallow for the eyes. Use your candy of choice for the nose (I used Robin Eggs) and you have yourself a bunny!
The pudding cups
have new, easy to open lids, making it a hassle free project.
The Super Snack Pack pudding cups I found at Walmart come six to a pack and have 60% more pudding than the traditional Snack Packs, so the larger cups are more fitting for making bunnies. If you're interested in giving these a try, you can also save
on the cost of product.
Will you be throwing an Easter or spring themed party this year? What's your favorite spring time craft and snack?
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