20 Kids Easter Treats that Are Actually Good for Them

Easter tends to be a sugar-filled rush for kids, so it’s nice to try and offer them healthier alternatives too (even if is just in between all that chocolate!). From creative and fun fruity displays, to sugar-free cookies and bunny eggs, here are 20 Kids Easter Treats That Are Actually Good for Them.

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#1. Pineapple Bunny

Display your sliced pineapple this Easter to look like a bunny, and affix your blueberry eyes with toothpicks – clever and simple! Definitely going to try this one for Easter.

Pineapple Easter bunny

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#2. Easter Bunny Face

Again using pineapple and berries, Worth Pinning shows you how to create this fun Easter bunny face fruit platter, which would be perfect for Easter breakfast, Easter dessert or indeed, any party table.

Easter bunny face

Image via Worth Pinning

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#3. Boiled Egg Chicks

This is a really simple lunch or breakfast recipe to transform the humble boiled egg into chickie eggs with just sesame seeds and a carrot!

chickie eggs

Image via justjenn recipes

#4. Egg Fruit Pizza

What a fun idea from Sugar Hero to create an egg-shaped fruit pizza for a yummy Easter treat or dessert. You could even replace the frosting with yoghurt for a healthier dish.

egg fruit platter

Image via Sugar Hero

#5. Hummus & Carrot Pots

We’re all for clever displays to get the kids eating fruit and veg, and this is such a cute way to get your kids eating their veggie sticks. Pop some hummus into miniature terracotta pots and stick some mini carrots on top.


Image via Handmade in the Heartland

#6. Easter Egg Pizza

Thrill the kids this Easter with this pizza decorating idea from Hungry Happenings. This recipe is for veggie pizza, but you can use any combination of vegetables / toppings that appeal to your kids on the pizza.

Easter egg pizza

Image via Hungry Happenings

#7. Cinnamon Bunny Cookies

These Cinnamon Bunny Cookies from unconventional baker are vegan, and gluten and sugar-free, so make a healthier alternative to all the Easter chocolate. A bunny-shaped cookie cutter will make these easier to create.


Image via unconventional baker

#8. Bunny Eggs

How cute is this idea from Worth Pinning, which transforms scrambled eggs into an Easter surprise, using some bacon and cream cheese?!

Bunny Egg Dish

Image via Worth Pinning

#9. Easter Fruit & Veggie Cups

We reckon the kids will polish off their fruit and veg in no time with this clever and easy idea from Simple as That to display the kids fruit and veggie sticks in some cute Easter-themed cups. If you’re hosting an Easter party, why not let the kids make and decorate their own?

easterfruit and veggie cups

Image via Simple as That

#10. Healthy Vegetable Bouquet

This Healthy Vegetable Bouquet from Eats Amazing would make a fun and healthy addition to any Easter table.


Image via Eats Amazing

#11. Healthy Oatmeal Peanut Butter Eggs

For something healthy but with all the fun of Easter, try these healthy Oatmeal Peanut Butter Eggs from Savvy Naturlista. Use plastic eggs to form your egg shapes, or if you don’t have any of those, just roll and shape by hand.


Image via Savvy Naturlista

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#12. Easter Fruit Baskets

Use hollowed out cantaloupe or small watermelons, and fill with a selection of fruit to make these healthy Easter baskets.

easter fruit basket

Image via Flickriver

#13. Frozen Easter Treats

Blend some fruit and yoghurt and pop into egg moulds, like No Time for Flashcards has done, for healthy frozen Easter treats that the kids will love.


Image via No Time for Flashcards

#14. Easter Bunny Quesedillas

For a healthy, savoury Easter treat or lunch idea that your kids will love, prepare these super-easy Easter Bunny Quesedillas from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons. Clean plates guaranteed!


Image via Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons

#15. Healthy Easter Bunny Snack

Make a Healthy Easter Bunny Snack like this from The Prime Pursuit using fruit, veg sticks, cheese and some almonds.

Easter bunny snack

Image via The Prime Pursuit

#16. Bunny Hop Nibble Tray

If you’ve a little time on your hands, why not whip up BentOnBetterLunches‘ fun Bunny Hop Nibble Tray, for an Easter snack or lunch, that your kids will polish off.

Bento BunnyHop-NibbleTray

Image via BentOnBetterLunches

#17. Pear & Mango Chick

How cute is this little Pear & Mango Chick from Little Cook Food & Fun, simply made with a bit of clever peeling and assembly?! This would make a fun Easter dessert for kids and adults.

pear and mango chick

Image via Little Cook Food & Fun

#18. Baby Bird Eggs

These Baby Bird Eggs in Hash Brown Baskets from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons, would make a tasty Easter brunch or snack idea for the kids.


Image via Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons

#19. Easter Bunny Pancakes

Make pancakes of different sized circles and 2 ear shapes then all you need is some whippy cream, 2 banana slices, some chocolate drops/raisins and some strawberries for decoration.

easter brunch recipes

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#20. Babybel Bunnies

With some babybels, carrots, celery and some clever styling, you can make these oh-so-cute Babybel Bunnies from Blessed Beyond Crazy for an Easter snack or party.


Image via Blessed Beyond Crazy

Over to you! Share your healthy Easter snack ideas with us in the comments below.

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Jennifer, our Editor, has 1 son and admits to munching a Cadbury’s Turkish Delight now and again.