This fun Easter egg hunt snack idea for kids includes a list of lots of healthy food ideas for fun snacking on the go this Easter.
Today I'm sharing a quick idea for a fun Easter egg hunt snack box to take with you when you're on the go during the Easter holidays.
Be sure to check out my tutorial video so you can see just how easy this is to put together!
This idea would of course work with any lunch box or snack box, but we removed the tray from our new Gelato Blue Yumbox and I think it looked really pretty!
To create this fun snack, all you need is a lunch box, some shredded paper (we found bags of coloured stuff in the pound shop), plastic eggs, a few fluffy chicks and some small snack foods to go in them. If you don't have shredded paper, scrunched up tissue paper would work too.
Take some of the shredded paper and arrange in the lunch box. Fill your plastic eggs with foods of your choice and arrange in the lunch box. Add fluffy chicks to decorate if wanted!
For our snack, I packed blueberries, mini bread sticks, raisins, yoghurt covered raisins and a date and banana fruit bar from Organix, which I chopped into pieces. We were sent these bars to try recently, and both of my boys really like them, they make a lovely healthy treat!
I've put together a quick list of other foods that are small enough to fit inside these eggs, and if you have a quick look around your local supermarket, you're bound to find plenty more. Most are healthy, some are treats - everything in moderation as they say!
Foods that Fit Inside Plastic Eggs
Blueberries, grapes, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, cut up strawberries, mandarin segments, chunks of melon or pineapple.
Raisins, blueberries, cranberries, banana chips, apricots, apple rings, mango, pineapple, freeze fried strawberries, fruit bars, fruit snacks, yoghurt covered raisins.
Carrot sticks, cucumber sticks, raw pepper sticks or pieces, sugar snap peas, sliced baby sweetcorn, cherry tomatoes.
Other snack foods
Nuts, seeds, popcorn, cereal, mini weetabix, mini bread sticks, mini pretzels or pretzel sticks (snap them to fit), mini cheese savouries, mini ryvitas, mini biscuits, cubes of cheese, crisps such as hula hoops.
I hope I've given you plenty of ideas to be getting on with, can you think of any more?
As I mentioned above, this week we've added nine new Yumbox colours and designs to the Eats Amazing Shop, including a gorgeous new tray design for the classic and four beautiful new spring colours. Click on the picture below to see the full range available now.
If you enjoyed this fun idea, you might also enjoy these Easter activities for kids too:
For more fun food ideas for Easter, check out the Fun Easter Food section here on the Eats Amazing blog or pop over and follow my Easter Pinterest boards for lots more fun ideas from around the web; Fun Easter Food for Kids, Healthy Easter Food and Easter Fun.