Recipe: Easter Basket Pudding Cups

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Snack Pack Edible Easter Basket

I love making the holidays fun and memorable for my kids. I remember and appreciate all the little things that my parents did for me growing up. It makes childhood that much more magical. Snack Pack makes it super easy to put together a special Easter treat in a matter of seconds. Using the yummy SUPER Snack Pack pudding cups, I simply added a few mix-ins to create miniature edible Easter baskets. If you want to add extra chocolate to your pudding, mix in crushed Oreos before following the instructions below. How fun would these be for an Easter playdate or classroom party?! You could even have the kids help you make them for a fun party activity. 

INGREDIENTS

SUPER Snack Packs (chocolate or vanilla)
licorice
candy grass
jelly beans

Snack Pack Edible Easter Basket

DIRECTIONS

Step 1: Head to Walmart and purchase the ingredients and don’t forget to grab a Snack Pack coupon. I found the SUPER Snack Packs in the chip and snack aisle, but I’ve also seen them in the baking aisle. Be on the lookout for a special display featuring SUPER Snack Packs and mixin ideas for Easter at your local Walmart. 

Snack Pack Edible Easter Basket

Step 2: Open the new Easy Open Lids to the Snack Packs and fill the top of the pudding cups with candy grass, which you can find in the seasonal section at Walmart. You can use kitchen scissors to cut the candy grass into little pieces.

Snack Pack Edible Easter Basket

 Step 3: Place a licorice stick in each Snack Pack, as shown in the photo, to look like a basket handle.

Snack Pack Edible Easter Basket

 Step 4: Place jelly beans on top of the candy grass. Enjoy! 

Snack Pack Edible Easter BasketSnack Pack Edible Easter Basket

 For more festive pudding cup ideas, visit Snack Pack Mix-Ins.  

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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