In fact, when they were younger, we often had parties that involved assembling and decorating food treats. We’d invite as many friends as we could, 15-20 would show up, and I’d have stations set up for each child with little cups of supplies. It was so much fun, and really built community!
Food treats are also a great way to introduce Bible object lessons. They’re a hands-on way for kids to explore and discuss things they’re learning in the Bible.
Easter Treats for Kids
For Resurrection Sunday, I put together several super cute Easter treats for kids, along with printables to go with them. I also found some great ideas for Jesus-honoring Easter snacks that you might want to take a look at.
Let’s get to those Easter treats!
- Empty Tomb Cupcakes with He is Risen Printable Flags – Your kids will love making these empty tomb cupcakes, while they talk to you about what the empty tomb really means to us today! They can cut out printable He is Risen flags to top their cupcakes. There’s even a version to color in!
- Resurrection Rolls with Easter Story Cards – Make these resurrection rolls with your kids while reading Scripture and talking about what it means with the printable Easter story cards.
- Sheep Easter Cookies with Bible Verse Tags to Print – Not only can you make these fun and easy sheep cookies with your kids, you can gift them with a little cellophane and the printable Jesus is the Good Shepherd verse cards.
- Cross Rice Crispy Treats with Jesus Lives Labels – Easy-to-make cross rice crispy treats with printable Jesus Lives labels are sure to be a hit. Your kids can decorate them any way they’d like!
More Easter Snacks Your Kids Will Love
- Stained Glass Cross Cookies – These beautiful cookies will be fun for your kids to make and eat!
- Cross Cupcakes – These are so cute, and just the right size for little people to make and eat!
- Rice Crispy Tomb Scene – If you think your kids might like to spend an afternoon making the Resurrection scene out of candy, this looks like fun!
- Tomb Cake – For a fairly easy cake project, try this cake showing the empty tomb.
- Hidden Cross Cake – OR, if you have a budding baker looking for a challenge, this hidden cross cake is really amazing.
- Crown of Thorns Snack – This savory snack is a good way to discuss what Jesus went through before the crucifixion.
- Rice Crispy Tomb – Are you going to a Resurrection party? Instead of a cake, try making this scene to take along.
- Dipped Pretzel Crosses – There are three Easter snacks in this post, but I especially like the pretzel crosses planted in the jelly bean bowl.
- Resurrection Cookies – These are another fun take on the empty tomb snack idea.
- Fluffy Hot Cross Buns – Looking for an Easter treat with a little less sugar? These would be perfect for Resurrection Sunday morning!
- Pineapple Empty Tomb – Here’s another fun addition to your Resurrection Sunday breakfast.
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