Bunny Food…

These little packets of bunny food make great little class treats!
Easter treats for kids

Easter treats for kids Gather your supplies:

Orange and vibrant green candy melts
Dipping pretzel sticks
Oreos

Packaging materials {pretzel bags, twine, freebie printable}
Glass or mason jar for melting
Toothpick
Shortening (use approximately 1 tsp to thin candy melts. Don’t use water!)

Instructions:

Melt orange candies and dip 3/4 of pretzel in the jar.
Add shortening as needed. I like to add about 1 tsp to thin it out a bit.
Set aside on parchment paper to dry.
Melt green candies and dip the remaining uncovered part of the pretzel.
Set aside to dry.
Using a toothpick, press gently into the orange candy to form 3 carrot wrinkles.
Grind up oreos (filling and all) in your food processor.
Add oreo dirt and three carrot pretzels to a bag.
Tie off with some twine and the freebie printable.
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23 thoughts on “Bunny Food…

    1. Jennifer

      I use Oreo Pie Crusts when I need the nice cookie crumble in desserts without the cream mess or stickiness. Just place pie crusts in a bag and squeeze :)

      Reply
    1. krisha Post author

      Before. You add the shortening if you need to thin out the candy after you have melted it. Just add a little at a time, until you have the right consistency.

      Reply
  1. Melissa

    So cute! Do you use regular small pretzel sticks, or is there a kind made especially for dipping? If so, where do I get them? Thanks!

    Reply

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