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Snack Pack Pudding Easter Bunny Garden - #SnackPackMixins


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Lately I have been finding the time to do a little bit more with Madison my 3 year old. This is going to officially be her 3rd Easter and one of the things that we do every Easter is egg hunt. For us there can't be an Easter without an egg hunt. Now that I'm retired from the US Army I also have quite a lot of time on my hands and I've been trying to find ways to use that time. Now if you have kids in your home you know that they can never be still for a single second. They love to be on the go and my household is no different. Not only do they love being on the go but it also requires that I have a handy snack near by. One of those snacks happen to be the Snack Pack Puddings by ConAgra. One of the reasons I love them is that they are easy to carry with you anywhere because they do not require refrigeration. All you need is a spoon.


Recently on a trip to Walmart I noticed that they had a Super Snack Pack. The Super Snack Pack is a new larger Snack Pack pudding. That means that there is more to enjoy. Now with Easter almost here I decided that Madison and I were going to do something creative with our Snack Packs instead of just eating them. Of course we would eat them but first let's get creative. We decided that we were going to make an Easter Bunny Garden. All the ingredients can be found around Easter and at your local Walmart so if you're interested you can grab them now.

Here's what you'll need (or at least what we used) but of course feel free to improvise.

Easter Peeps (different colors)
Mini Eggs
Easter Grass (green confetti paper)
Twizzlers (Rainbow)


Directions: The directions are so simple that even your little ones will enjoy making them.

First you'll of course need your Snack Pack Pudding. Remove the lid and lick. Kids just love that!


Next get your Twizzlers, we used the Rainbow version since it looks so much prettier. Bend them and place them on each side of the pudding cup in the form of a handle.


Then you're of course going to need your peep bunnies. Place a bunny in each pudding cup and surround them by mini eggs. It's that simple!

Serve and enjoy!


Now your little ones can enjoy their sugar rush for the day. I would suggest just giving one a day since this is a lot of candy but it's all for a special occasion. Madison can surely testify that these are pretty good.

So if you're looking for a quick Easter party snack, having an Easter party for the kids, then may I suggest our Snack Pack Pudding Easter Garden. They'll absolutely love them! And to make this an even sweeter treat you can save $0.50 off any Super Snack Pack Pudding at your very own local Walmart with this coupon.



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Annmarie John
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  1. I had no idea they made the super snack pack pudding. I don't eat it, but the rest of my family loves it. Cute, cute Easter basket snack idea.

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  2. These are so cute! I ill be making these with my girls for Easter!!

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  3. That is a cute idea! I should make some for the kids on Easter.

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  4. What cute idea for an Easter snack! Love it!

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  5. This is doc adorable and easy to do. I've seen the signage in Walmart with projects like these.

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  6. What a cute idea, thanks for sharing.

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  7. Oh my, Madison eating that pudding is so cute! I love the cute little basket craft, and because our little one has never had pudding, I'm thinking this would be the perfect time to try it!

    You're so lucky you will now get so much time with the kiddos - thanks for your years of service!

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    1. LOL... Yes, you can sure see she is enjoying that pudding. I wonder if she shares.

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  8. What I creative idea! I love re using things we already have to create! I can just never think of them on my own so thanks for the idea! :)

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  9. That is just adorable. Throw in a wipe and all is great.

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  10. that is the cutest and yummies Easter treat ever. I want one please.

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  11. This is just adorable! I love this idea.

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  12. I use to love those Snack Pack Puddings! Its been a while since I saw them But this was a great Treat for Easter. I like how adorable it was

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  13. Those cups are super cute and look delicious! That is so creative!

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  14. Thos Easter Bunny Gardens are super cute and what a creative idea! I'm sure my daughter would love snacking on one of these!

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  15. What a super cute idea! You cannot go wrong with these treats!

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  16. that is very clever - right in time for the Easter season.

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  17. What a fun and creative idea! I love how you used the licorice as a handle for the basket. Looks like your daughter enjoyed this tasty treat,

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  18. That is such a clever idea! Easy to make and so cute!

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  19. oh, that's adorable! As a diabetic, I love to eat sugar free pudding snacks as a treat.

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  20. clever and cute! I think your daughter is a lucky girl for those goodies

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  21. What an adorable idea for the kiddos! I just bought the 24 pack of pudding, so I have the beginnings of making this!

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  22. What a cute little Easter snack! I love it!

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  23. Ahh! These turned out great! So cute!

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  24. You do such cute little things Amanda! These are ADORABLE!

    Thanks for sharing.
    xoxo

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  25. So fun! Definitely an awesome preschool Easter activity/treat! #client

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