Bunny Bait

Bunny Bait

Inspire kids with this easy Easter snack mix recipe!

Bunny Bait
Bunny Bait
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This tasty snack won't just appeal to the Easter bunny. It's going to be a hit with everyone at your house!

Bunny Bait is a cute popcorn snack that you can make for Easter. The idea is that kids can make bunny bait in order to welcome the Easter bunny to their home. Think of it like leaving milk and cookies for Santa, but instead you're leaving a delicious snack mix for the Easter bunny!

We love that this recipe is not only adorable, but also tastes great. The sweetness of the white chocolate and marshmallows pairs perfectly with salty popcorn and pretzels. If you are a fan of sweet-and-salty snacks, then you are in for a real treat!

Make this Easter snack with your kids for an afternoon of fun. They will enjoy making Bunny Bait, and your whole family will enjoy munching on it.

See this recipe where it was originally published on Crayons & Cravings!

Makes16

Preparation Time15 min

Difficulty LevelEasy

Ingredients

  • 10 cups popcorn*
  • 2 cups pretzel sticks
  • 2 cups strawberry wafers, chopped
  • 1 1/3 cup mini marshmallows
  • 1 (12-ounce) bag of white chocolate chips
  • blue food coloring
  • purple food coloring
  • pastel sprinkles

Bunny Bait Recipe

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Spread popcorn on baking sheet in an even layer. Top with pretzel sticks, strawberry wafers, and mini marshmallows.

  2. Divide white chocolate chips into two small microwave safe bowls. Melt one bowl at a time, in 15-20 second intervals, until melted (stirring in between each interval).

  3. Add 2 or 3 drops of blue food coloring and stir. If necessary, add additional drops to reach desired schare. Repeat in other bowl using the purple food coloring.

  4. Transfer each color of melted chocolate into a plastic baggie. Snip the corner off to form a makeshift piping bag. Drizzle oven snack mix.

  5. Quickly add sprinkles, before the chocolate sets.

  6. Place baking sheet in refrigerator until the melted chocolate sets. Once set, remove from fridge and transfer to an airtight container to store until serving.

Notes

*You can pop your own popcorn or use store bought. For reference, ⅓ cup kernels = approx 10 cups popped.

Bunny Bait

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