Supplies: Bunny-shaped Peeps, Graham Crackers, Small Chocolate Easter Eggs, Microwave-safe Plate
During the Easter season, Peeps are the only thing more ubiquitous than pollen. You can't walk into a store without tripping over a pile of Peeps, and you probably can't step into your storage area without being bombarded by the sight of those sugary marshmallow creatures staring back at you. Some people have even said that they hear the Peeps whispering to them, "Buy me, eat me, love me." It's like a fluffy yellow army has invaded the world, and there's no escape until Easter is over.
Well here's a quick and easy edible craft that will help you get rid of some of these bite-sized bullies.
Snap a graham cracker in half, put a Peep on it (I recommend the bunny-shaped ones), put a few little chocolate Easter eggs on it, an microwave them for like 20 seconds or less on a microwave-safe plate.
It’s an easy enough process that you might be able to do this as a craft!
But remember: Because these are items that will ingested, it’s important for you to go through all the standard food safety precautions regarding cleanliness, allergens, etc.
This article is a part of our 50 Easter Ideas for Kids Church series. See the other ideas in this series to ensure that your Easter kids church services are amazing!