Now that Valentine's day is over I see Easter decorations and basket goodies all over the place! I decided to get started on my daughter's Easter basket so I headed out to Walmart to see what decorations and fillings I could find. I am not the type to fill her basket with lots of candy so I have to get creative with different toys and snacks like pudding cups. My mom would always make us these huge Easter baskets that were so much cooler than the store-made ones so I learned from the best for my daughter.
While I was browsing around Walmart I saw the Snack Pack pudding cups and thought that the Honey Maid grahams would be a perfect #SnackPackMixins to create a cute treat for my cute toddler!
One of the things I love most about Easter is dressing up my daughter in a beautiful Easter dress. Now that she is older I got her a Easter hat and little white gloves too. Since I love to dress up my toddler so much I decided to dress up the pudding cups too! I wanted to make it easy on myself so I left the pudding in the container and mixed in some crushed up Honey Maid grahams.
To make the Snack Cup into a cute little girl with an Easter dress and bonnet I took about 10" of ribbon and hot glued some tulle, pleating as I went to make the "skirt" fuller. I wrapped the "skirt" around the Snack Pack and hot glued it into place.
Then I printed out the printable and carefully cut out. I added a black and white girl topper just in case your little one wanted to be creative and color it in. Then I hot glued some tooth picks and placed the topper right in the middle.
I sprinkled some more Honey Maid grahams and some sprinkles to decorate the top of the "skirt".
Not only was is fun for my daughter to look at but she also loved the pure vanilla taste of the Snack Pack. I loved how effortless it was to open the Snack Pack with their new Easy Open Lids and how it had the same amount of calcium as an eight ounce glass of milk.
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What festive Easter treats do you make for your kids?