Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Preschool Easter Party with Bunny Butt Donuts, Fruit Carrots, Bunny Juice Boxes, and Bunny Popcorn Bags!

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I was in charge of the Easter party for my 4 year old’s preschool class this year and I have been flat on my back for the past week from being sick. I actually forgot about it until the very last minute and needed to come up with some super easy ideas that I could make quickly! Ran to the store (thanks mom) and we created these Preschool Easter Party with Bunny Butt Donuts, Fruit Carrots, Bunny Juice Boxes, and Bunny Popcorn Bags in less than 2 hours! The kids loved them and we love how easy these are to make.

Preschool Easter Party with Bunny Butt Donuts, Fruit Carrots, Bunny Juice Boxes, and Bunny Popcorn Bags! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

Bunny Butt Donuts for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

Bunny Butt Donuts

Ingredients:

  • 1 Package of Mini Donuts
  • Jumbo Marshmallows
  • Regular Marshmallows
  • Pink Heart Sprinkles
  • White Cookie Icing
  • Small Flower Cookie Cutter

Directions:

  1. Start out by cutting the ends off of the jumbo marshmallows using kitchen scissors.
  2. Place the marshmallow ends on a work surface and cut out a flower shape with your cookie cutter.
  3. Attach the marshmallows on the top to look like bunny tails using your white icing.
  4. Cut the regular marshmallows in half using your kitchen scissors.
  5. Attach on the heart sprinkles using your icing.
  6. Then also attach the marshmallow halves under the tail.
  7. You might want to using a little bit of icing connecting the marshmallows if the feet will not stick to the powder on the donut.

Bunny Butt Donuts for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

Bunny Juice Boxes

Ingredients:

  • 1 Package of Juice Boxes (we used Minute Maid)
  • White Paper
  • Cotton Balls
  • Black Marker
  • Pink Poms
  • 1 Sheet of White Foam
  • Pink Paper
  • Tape
  • Glue

Directions:

  • Cut the sheets of white paper to fit around the juice boxes & use tape on the back side.
  • Use your marker on the front to make the eyes.
  • Attach the pink poms & 1 cotton ball cut in half with glue for the nose.
  • Cut out the ears from the white foam sheet.
  • Also but out the centers of the ears using the pink paper.
  • Attach the pink paper cut outs with glue. We just stuck ours in the back & they stayed put. You can always glue.

Also…make sure to take out the straws before you decorate.

Bunny Juice Boxes for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

Bunny Popcorn Bags

Ingredients:

  1. 1 Package of Round Bags
  2. Cotton Balls
  3. Pink Poms
  4. Popcorn
  5. White Pipe Cleaner
  6. Googly Eyes
  7. Glue
    Bunny Popcorn Snack Bags for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

Directions:

  • Pop your popcorn and place the popcorn in your round bags.
  • Loop your white pipe cleaners around the top to look like ears.
  • Attach on the googly eyes, pink poms, and cotton balls on the front for the face using the glue…so easy!
    Bunny Popcorn Snack Bags for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com

Fruit Carrots in Grape Dirt

Ingredients:

  • Cone Shaped Bags
  • Green Pipe Cleaner
  • Clementines
  • Dark Grapes

Fruit Carrots in Grape Dirt Snack for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com
Directions:

  1. Fill the cone shaped bags with clementine slices.
  2. Attach the green pipe cleaner around the top & shape to look like stems.
  3. Place the filled bags in a clear glass bowl (with a flat bottom) around the edges.
  4. Fill the bowl up with dark grapes around the fruit carrots to look like dirt.
    Fruit Carrots in Grape Dirt Snack for a Preschool Easter Party! KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com
    If you like our Preschool Easter Party with Bunny Butt Donuts, Fruit Carrots, Bunny Juice Boxes, and Bunny Popcorn Bags…make sure to check out our other fun food Easter ideas HERE!

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2 comments

  1. ok 4 food crafts in 2 hours?!?! and you were sick? holy cow! errr…bunny in this case-dang you rock! would it be alright if i join the preK class? 😉