Bunny Bait Easter Popcorn Snack + Free Printable
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Need a fun Easter snack idea?
Try making some Bunny Bait Popcorn for a festive and easy Easter snack! You can use cereal and other add-ins that you have on hand, and completely customize this snack just like a trail mix. Plus, I’ve designed a free “Bunny Bait” printable to pair with your snack.
This recipe is so easy peasy!
For this recipe, I chose to use pretzels, fresh-popped popcorn, Cheerios, and Spring-colored M&Ms, but you can use anything you’d like. I also love the look of pink candy melts drizzled over the top of the mix, but white chocolate also works well for this recipe. If you don’t want to use M&Ms, you could find some pastel Skittles.
And those sprinkles? Those spring-colored sprinkles put this recipe over the top! They make the mix look even more fun and magical!
Bunny Bait Popcorn Snack
yield: 6 SERVINGS
prep time: 10 MINUTES
cook time: 5 MINUTES
total time: 15 MINUTES
Melted sweets and crunchy popcorn make this fun easter recipe treat!
- 1/3 cup popcorn kernels
- 1 cup candy melts or white chocolate
- 2 cups pretzels
- 2 cups Cheerios cereal or other cereal
- spring-colored sprinkles
- 1 cup spring M&Ms
Pop popcorn kernels using an air popper or desired method.
Mix in pretzels and cereal.
Pour on a large baking dish covered in parchment paper.
Place candy melts in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time until fully melted.
Drizzle on popcorn mixture. Add sprinkles and M&Ms. Let set.
Serve in a bowl or in separate bowls like these cute paper berry containers.
I made these little “Bunny Bait” signs by taping a popsicle stick to the back of each printable sign. You could also put some of the popcorn snacks into baggies and use the “Bunny Bait” printable as tags!
Hop to it and try this treat yourself!
I love this simple idea for Easter! You don’t even really have to measure ingredients closely, and you can definitely improvise with any candy, cereal, and popcorn mixture that you like.
These treats are so fun to make and so versatile. You can take them to a classroom party or host an Easter party and serve this! These would also be fun little treats to give to friends and neighbors! However you choose to enjoy this treat, you’re going to almost wish you made a bigger batch (because it tastes so good)! 🙂 Enjoy!
Cute idea! Thanks for sharing. 🐰🐣
Sure- enjoy Laura!
Cute, my kids will love making this.
I saw ceramic berry dishes like this at dillons (Kroger) the other day. Would be totally cute for this!
I bet this would taste good with the new Berry Cheerios. 🙂
OMG we love that cereal! It’s addictive
I make this at Christmas and everyone goes nuts for it, it’s very yummy. I love the Easter colors and the berry carton, thats a super cute touch!
This would kill bunnies. Make sure kids know not to feed it to any bunnies, please.
I doubt the bunnies would eat it 😂
Lina please help…i need a replica recipe for Moose Munch !! 😊
Oh that stuff is yum! It sounds like making a caramel corn with nuts and chocolate drizzle would be pretty simple. Here’s one I found online http://www.browniebites.net/dark-chocolate-caramel-popcorn-moose-munch-copycat/
Ok thanks ill try. Wasnt sure if u had a recipe in ur back pocket or not. Ill let ya know 😉
Absolutely adorable ! Would be cute to add those small colored marshmallows too LOVE it thanks for Sharing 🐣🐰💜💚💛
You’re so welcome!
Where can I get those pastel color cartons to hold the snack?
Those are from Hobby Lobby- Hope that helps. They are berry cartons 🙂
Yes great thanks
I added the little Annie’s Organic bunny cookies to it for my sons preschool class last year!!!
Oh how cute! Thanks Jen!