Easter Basket Snack Pack Pudding Cups
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Easter is such a fun holiday to host at home. My family loves to gather for huge family holiday celebrations and we all have children at various ages. The key to hosting an Easter celebration with children is to have a snack that fits all their sizes and tastes. With bunnies and chicks, Easter needs to have some playful dessert to serve.
Forget the chocolate Easter bunnies! Your little guests will go bananas over these Pizzelle Easter Pudding Cups. These serve double duty as being equally delicious and adorable on your table. If you are looking for a simple Easter idea for your children, these easy to make desserts are perfect.
Making Pizzelle Easter Snack Pack Pudding Cups
- Pudding cups (5.5 oz each) Super Snack Pack Vanilla & Chocolate Pudding
- Fruit flavored rainbow twists
- Coconut Flakes (colored green with food coloring)
DIRECTIONS: Place coconut flakes in a bowl and place about 10 drops of green food coloring in and mix well until all the coconut flakes are green. Make a basic pizzelle batter and bake in a pizzelle press. Remove pizzelle from the press and immediately place on an overturned pudding cup to shape the pizzelle before it hardens. You may need to hold the pizzelle in place over the pudding cup to form nicely.
Once the pizzelles have cooled, assemble the Pizzelle Easter Basket Snack Pack Pudding Cups. Open the snack pack pudding cup and place a fruit flavored rainbow twist in the cup as a handle. Spoon the green colored coconut flakes on top of the pudding. Next, place your marshmallow on top of the green coconut flakes. Place the pudding cup in the pizzelle last.
Note: Don't pull the new, EZ open lid off the pudding pack and assemble until you are ready to eat. The marshmallows will get soft if they sit in pudding too long.
What’s your favorite kid-friendly Easter treat?
Simply cut out the printable shapes and tape to jars, containers, baskets or bowls for a festive decor.