5 Easter Treats Your Kids Will Love


Easter is almost there, here at Ventray Kitchen, we hope you all have wonderful days filled with lots of festive fun, colorful eggs, and fabulous food with these 5 Easter treats.

These Easter treats are simple and fun, and a great way to get your kids involved in cooking. There’s nothing more satisfying than coming up with a creative recipe for your kids on Easter Sunday. These easy-to-make tasty and cute desserts will have them asking for seconds and maybe even thirds!

1. Easter Berry Smoothie

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This berry smoothie recipe is super simple to make, with just a few ingredients. Your kids will love this tasty Easter Berry Smoothie created for this special holiday morning.

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2. Bunny Butt Carrot Cake Pancakes

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These pancakes combine the familiar flavors of carrot cake, including cream cheese frosting, making your kid’s easter breakfast just got cuter.

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3. Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs

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You kids will love these adorable chocolate peanut butter eggs. This recipe is delicious, easy to make, and perfect for Easter!

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4. Easter Dunkaroo Dip

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This Dunkaroo Dip Recipe is perfect for springtime and Easter brunch or dinner dessert. This dessert dip for Easter is fun and easy to make and great for family gatherings. Pairing it with regular and chocolate animal crackers or graham crackers, both kids and adults will love it!

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5. Deviled Egg Chicks

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These deviled egg chicks are the cutest Easter chicks! This Easter Egg Recipe is easy, fun, and creative. Making these with your kids will add more fun during this Easter holiday.

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What is included in a traditional Easter dinner?

A traditional Easter dinner includes ham, side dishes, salads, and, desserts. When we gather on Easter Sunday, the table is always set with a beautiful ham and all of our favorite sides like a potato dish, a salad, and hot homemade rolls. Ham is said to be a popular choice for this meal as they were more readily available than lamb or pork, but you can choose whichever meat suits your fancy–roasted beef is also delicious when cooked right!

Easter main dishes
Add some special dishes to your Easter dinner menu this year. Check out all of our favorite ester main dish ideas here:

Easter potatoes
You can’t serve an Easter dinner without a good potato side dish. Check them all out and decide for yourself what suits your family best!

Easter side dish ideas
You can’t go wrong with these Easter side dishes. The following are some of our favorite recipes that we use for celebrating Easter.

Easter Desserts
Whether you’re hosting an Easter dinner or just want to spoil your loved ones with some tasty treats, the following delicious dessert recipes will be sure to satisfy you.

Why is Easter celebrated with eggs?

When did eating an egg become a part of Easter celebrations? It’s not too surprising that the answer to this question lies deep in history. Eggs represent new life and rebirth, making them perfect for celebrating Easter Sunday when people have been lifting their heads skyward as if looking at Jesus Christ who was crucified on Calvary just Examination Day before his resurrection!

What are some weird Easter food traditions?

The Easter holiday is all about celebrating springtime and new beginnings, so it’s no wonder that people around the world have come up with their unique ways to celebrate this joyful occasion. One such tradition seen in America involves ham as a centerpiece at dinner time! Here are some interesting food traditions from other parts of the world you may not know exist yet:

Giant omelet in France
The tradition of making a giant omelet in the town of Bessieres, France has been going on for centuries. Every Easter Monday, 40 cooks mix 15000 fresh eggs into one large four-meter pan with long sticks, as thousands watch and enjoy this unique holiday event!

Cheese rolling in Italy
The Italian town of Panicale is known for its Easter tradition, with residents rolling a 9-pound wheel of Pecorino cheese on the village walls

Red eggs in Greece
Instead of being painted with colorful decorations to make them stand out, Greek eggs are only painted red. This is because red is the color of life, and eggs have been a symbol of the renewal of life since ancient times.

How do you dye Easter eggs with food coloring?

You don’t need much to start dyeing Easter eggs with food coloring. All you need is the following:

  • Eggs
  • Food coloring
  • Vinegar
  •  1/2 cup of boiling or very hot water per color

Egg dyeing supplies

Food coloring: Liquid food color works best for dying eggs.
White vinegar: The second ingredient for homemade egg dye is plain white vinegar.
Clear glasses: Clear glasses can help you get a better idea of what color your dye is before giving your eggs the plunge.

Steps to dye Easter eggs

Step 1: Make hard-boiled eggs
Place the eggs in a saucepan and cover them with water. Then bring the water to a boil, turn off the heat, cover the pan, and let sit for 12 to 15 minutes. Cool the eggs by running them under cold water.

Step 2: Prepare the dye
Prepare a few heatproof mugs or bowls. You need one for each color egg you plan to mix. Pour in a half cup of boiling water, a teaspoon of vinegar, and the food coloring of your choice in each cup. You will need 10 to 20 drops of food coloring, according to your desired shade and intensity of the color. Consider mixing different colors together to create more colors.

Step 3: Dye the Easter eggs
When the eggs are completely cool and your colors are mixed, the fun to dye the Easter eggs begins.

Step 4: Dry and store
Dry the dyed eggs on paper towels or in a cardboard carton. Flip them when the tops of the eggs are dry. Store them in the fridge until you need them.

Enjoy easy, fun, and delicious Easter treats with your kids this Spring!

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