So we simply had to put together a few Easter Treats for the Kids that are simple enough for you to whip up in no time at all and to enjoy with the whole family as well as some extra idea’s you may be needing this weekend.

Get the kids involved in making these Rice Krispie Treats this weekend for Easter. So the weather this Easter is not looking as ‘dry’ as we would have liked so im putting together a list of some fabulous things to do with the kids that I think they will love and you can rest easy knowing you have back-up activities for when they start to really loose their mind.

  • Lorna always brings out the goods when it comes to baking and also bringing in aspects of absolute ease. Plus you will most probably have everything in your pantry anyway. Add a few Speckly eggs and mini smarties to your trolley at your next Refillery Refill and Boom – Sorted!Rice Krispie Treats
  • Rice Krispie treats
  • I bought myself a HUGE easter themed colouring in sheet created and sold by Rebecca @inthesestilettos

Which is incredible value for money and I know my kids will love it too. I may pop it on the wall and let them colour with crayons or even tape it to the floor for the day and let them get carried away.

Contact Rebecca directly to order your colouring sheet

  • I also love these ideas of Easter crafts and Activities that are relatively easy to do, I especially love the chicks using paint and a potato masher!

easy easter activities for toddlers

Free Easter I Spy Printable

  • Take a look at the super tasty AND healthy easter bunny doughnuts made from only goodness your kiddies are going to enjoy!

Healthy Chocolate bunnies

  • Or these easy to ‘simply melt’ chocolate bunnies for the kids to decorate.

Chocolate Bunnies

  • What about heading out to the country to enjoy fresh air, maybe some drizzle too but a BEAUTIFUL Easter Feast. Book a table through their events team as there is limited spaces but it includes a gorgeous menu, live music, Kiddies easter hampers and more.

Ground is one of our favourite venues around for a quick escape from the city. [Oh and you simply must try their G ‘n T’s]

ground Easter Picnic

I also love making meals a little themed [I can hear you cringe at my lame-ness] ha ha but I LOVE it. So these bunny pancakes are just too easy for words. We used the Outcast Foods Flapjack mix and simply decorated it with dark choc drops and banana slices. If you don’t go “Awwwwww” then we can’t be friends because its!!!!

Bunny Pancakes Bunny Pancakes Bunny Pancakes

  • Also a little throw back to a previous years absolute Easter HIT was these easter nests that are also super easy to throw together, and taste DIVINE! Go check out the simple step by step recipe HERE

Easter Nests

Spicy Hot Cross Buns Hot Cross Buns Hot Cross Buns

  • And you can make this delicious Pineapple Jam to pair with it too.

Pineapple and Ginger Jam

Rice Krispie treats

Rice Krispie Treats

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Something nostalgic about these fun, creative and tasty Rice Krispie treats
Serves: 24 Squares
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes



  • Prepare a muffin tray with cupcake papers and set aside.
  • In a large pan, add 3 cups of mini marshmallows and the butter over a low heat. Mix until the mixture starts to melt, it should be smooth and creamy.
  • Mix in the rice krispies until well coated and place into a large mixing bowl.
    Add the speckled eggs, mini smarties and remaning marshmallows and mix together quickly.
  • Using your hands or a spoon, evenly distribute the mixture into the prepare muffin tray and gently press down with your finger tips.
  • Set in the fridge for 20 minutes and enjoy!
Healthy Chocolate bunnies

Healthy Chocolate bunnies

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Healthy Chocolate bunnies made from only goodness that the kids will simply love
Prep Time: 15 minutes



  • You will need a powerful blender for this one. If you don’t have a great blender then use a knife to chop the dates up before.
  • Place the almonds into the blender and chop until they are a crumb. Add in the dates and oats and blend. I kept mine quite chunky, but you can go as smooth as you want.
  • Roll the mixture into a sausage and form into donuts, then form the ears and stick them on. I dotted on some speckled eggs in the ears.