Bunny Bait Easter Treats

I wanted to make some Easter treats with the kids, so I came up with these cute “Bunny Bait” bags that look like carrots.  These are so simple; you just need some M&M’S, ice-cream cones, and treat bags!  The kids enjoyed helping me make (and eat) them.  They would be great for giving to friends or teachers, and would be a perfect Easter basket addition too!

Bunny Bait Easter Treats with Printable Tags

You wouldn’t think it, but the combination of eating the M&M’S with the ice cream cone is delicious!  Seriously, my mouth is watering just thinking about it!  Yum!  I also provided some free printable tags for you to download here.

Bunny Bait Easter Treats with Printable Tags

To make these Easter treats, you need:

I bought some big bags of Easter M&M’S and separated out the green ones.  If you want to make a bunch of these, I suggest getting some from a place that you can pick out the colors, so you end up with more green.  I love the pastel colors of these Easter ones, but you can use regular ones as well.

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Put the cone inside of the treat bag.  Make sure the cones you get are smaller sugar cones and not the big waffle cones.

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Fill the cone with any color M&M’S.

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Grab a handful of green M&M’S and put them on the top.  Twist the bag and tie it with some string or twine.  I used some pretty, green baker’s twine.  You can also use a small rubber band if you want to make sure it’s nice and secure.

Bunny Bait Easter Treats with Printable Tags

Attach a tag, and tie the twine in a bow.

Bunny Bait Easter Treats with Printable Tags

That’s it!  Such fun Easter treats!

Bunny Bait Easter Treats with Printable Tags

 

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