Looking for some healthier Easter treat ideas for your kiddos? Here’s a list of allergen-friendly ideas.
Strawberry Lemon Mousse Parfait – This makes a great dessert or sweet treat. To get the kids involved, allow them to layer their own parfaits!
Annie’s Homegrown Organic – They make bunny shaped cookies and fruit snacks in a couple of different flavors. Some are even gluten-free.
Carrots – There’s nothing like a bunny’s favorite food. Try dipping them for some added flavor, plus you can give the kids some small cups with different dips to choose from to make it fun.
Natural Dyes – Use natural dyes when making treats. Frozen strawberries defrosted then blended until smooth can work great for the color pink. You can check out my strawberry frosting recipe to find out how I made the color pink with strawberries, and how it turned out. And you can read Turning Back The Clock’s post about natural green food coloring.
Nut Butter Rice Krispies Treat Eggs – Instead of using marshmallow and butter, use a nut butter. You could even throw in some chocolate chips. Just mix your nut butter with your rice krispies (or a gluten-free version), and form egg shapes with your hands. You can soften the nut butter in the microwave or on the stove if you need to.