Sunday, April 3, 2011

Easter Carrots for Your Little Bunny!

Looking for a healthy snack to add to those Easter baskets? How about some silly goldfish carrots? I've seen versions of these made with orange jelly beans, but this is more nutritious version! Plus they are easy peasy to make!

What you will need:
- Disposable decorating cake bags
- Green ric rac ribbon (I used one yard per carrot)
- Whole wheat goldfish crackers, Annie's cheddar bunnies, etc

Just fill the bags with your treats, gather at the top & tie with the ric rac ribbon! That's it!

They are small enough for little hands to carry plus portable to eat while you are on the go!

25 comments:

  1. These are FANTASTIC! I love them- goldfish carrots - brilliant!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  2. These are so cute! My kids would love these! Heck, I would love these!

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  3. That's a sweet (or not so sweet in this case) idea for Easter. We definitely don't need too much candy, but that's a clever idea that would be fun to eat.

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  4. My Happy Buddy is OBSESSED with the Annie's bunnies! I will definitely be putting some of these together for him and his friends! Thank you for sharing!!!

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  5. What a great idea. Love using fish. Will definitely have to make some of these for my kiddos. Love the ric rac.

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  6. We love Goldfish at our house... I always have to buy the biggest box available! This is such a cute idea... might just have to have a party so I can make them!

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  7. Neat idea! I am definitely going to make this for my son's Easter basket :)

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  8. Love this! What a great idea! :)

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  9. I just found your blog and am your newest follower. This project is brilliant and I love how cute and easy it is! Thanks for creating such a fab blog full of inspiration.

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  10. I love this idea. I found your blog through the sugar bee crafter blog party, and I am now one of your newest followers! I would love if you'd follow back!

    xoxo
    Kelli @ loveoursimplelife.blogspot.com

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  11. These are fantastic! I love it and I will feature this post on my blog on Thursday! Thanks for the fantastic idea I can't wait to send these to my kids' school after break.

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  12. I really love this idea!! I am going to try this. :)
    Thanks!

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  13. This is adorable... my mom makes them with jelly beans but this is such a better idea for kids. :)

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  14. We have talked about doing these for our Easter Egg Hunt at church but we always talk about using cheese puffs and we always decide not to due to messiness. This is a MUCH better idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. A perfect alternate to candy for little ones!

    Thanks for linking up to Calling all Crafters on All Things Fee!

    Hope to see you link up again!

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  16. This is super cute ... I'm a kindergarten teacher and this will be a perfect snack/treat for our Easter party! :-)
    Thanks!
    In reading your profile, it looks like we have a lot in common!
    I'm a camera-carrying, shopaholic, party-planning mom, too. :-)
    It's great to meet you here!
    New follower,
    Bec :-)

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  17. What a fantastic idea! I was trying to think of something healthier than candy, but still fun for my son's basket. This will be perfect!

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  18. This is cute! :)

    Tnx for stopping by to link this up at Who Made What? Weekends!

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  19. Fun idea, my preschoolers would love these! Thanks for sharing at Beyond The Picket Fence.

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  20. Totally cute! Before we were GF, my Moosey was addicted to goldfish.

    This would be a great alternative for parents who didn't want to fill their kids' baskets with sugar...

    :)

    Thanks for sharing this over at Creative Juice, Brandy!

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  21. Those are so great! Perfect snack for Easter time! I love it!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at For the Kids Friday Link Party! I will be posting the next party tomorrow night. I hope to have you stop by and join us for another week sharing great ideas for our kids!!

    Thanks for stopping by!
    :)rachel at http://SunScholars.blogspot.com

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  22. Great idea! I am making these right now!! :)

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  23. I love this idea ~ I was looking for something nonsugary to add to the Easter baskets this year and this is perfect, and so cute.

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