Sunday, March 10, 2013

Easter Bunny Lunch and over 20 Creative Easter Food and Craft Ideas!

With Easter right around the corner, and seemingly so early this year I am honored to be a part of this round up of creative Easter food and craft ideas! Be sure to check them all out at the end of this post!

For this round up I made an Easter Bunny Lunch for Eliana and she loved it! I took inspiration from my Groundhog Day Lunch and made a cute bunny popping out of a hole (bread crust) :)

I made this Easter bunny using my nesting circle cookie cutters. The Easter bunny is a Wowbutter sandwich (with mini chocolate chips sprinkled inside as a nice surprise) cut with the largest circle cutter. Its ears are sliced banana and its eyes are mini chocolate chips on cheese. The nose is fruit leather and his whiskers are spaghetti noodles.  Since bunnies eat carrots and celery those were the vegetables we chose to put in this lunch :) 

And what Easter Bunny is complete without an Easter egg? You can easily make an Easter egg with some cheese and decorate it with fruit leather.

So that is it! An easy to make healthy and creative Easter Bunny Sandwich for Lunch! :) Eliana loved it and nibbled it all up... just like a bunny ;)

Make sure to stop by and check out all of the Easter Extravaganza Posts! Full of fun food, cakes, cookies, snacks and craft ideas for Easter made by many bloggers whom I admire greatly!
I, Robot Egg Cookie by Hani - Haniela's

Linking up here :)

53 comments:

  1. How cute and fun for the kids, mine would be thrilled to find this before them. Marlyn from Montreal Confections

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  2. This is one of my favorite sandwich creations. It is so cute and perfect for Easter.

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  3. I love fun sandwiches! I just wish they would survive being drop-kicked and thrown around in the lunch box! Kids!

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    1. LOL! Its hard for anything to survive being drop-kicked! But if it is held upright in the lunchbox it will make it til lunchtime :)

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  4. So fun!! I love that small egg detail. Now I'm hungry!

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  5. That little sandwich is so cute - The kiddo's would think that was the perfect Easter Dinner!

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    1. ooo It would be perfect for dinner too! :) Thanks! :)

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  6. Cutest sandwich ever! And of course, he's holding a carrot.

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  7. How fun! I wish my boys were younger, I would definitely make them this sandwich!
    I'm pinning for future grandchildren!

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  8. This bunny sandwich is just perfect! I love him! :)

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  9. Your bunny sandwich/lunch is TOO CUTE!

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  10. This sandwich has been on mind all day. I want it! I want it I want it.

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    1. LOL Hani!!! That is an wonderful compliment! Thank you :)

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  11. This is so cute! My son will love this for lunch- any time of the year!

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  12. So cute! I love that it's a healthy Easter treat.

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  13. awww- these are great. And one of the only ones at the Easter Extravaganza NOT loaded with sugar ;)

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  14. This is my first time visiting your blog, I am amaze by your delicious and creative treats.Everything is so cute and adorable!! My little girl would love this bunny lunch so much!! Looking forward to follow your blog.

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  15. what a cute bunny sandwich and a fun line up of great Easter treats.

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  16. You are so creative! My girls would love it! I'll pin it too!!

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  17. This is the CUTEST bunny I have ever seen!!

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  18. Such great ideas! Visit me over at greatastestuesdays.blogspot.com!
    Kimberli!

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  19. This is the cutest bunny ever Michelle! Pinned and thank you so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

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  20. oh how I wish I had little ones to make this for!!

    Thanks for linking up to the party! I featured your post in my wrap up http://tidymom.net/2013/spring-easter-craft-ideas/

    Happy St. Paddy's Day!

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  21. Great idea! Thanks for sharing it on Living Creative Thursday!! I featured your idea today here: http://www.livinglocurto.com/2013/03/easter-craft-ideas-living-creative-thursday/

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  22. So cute and healthy! What a great alternative to all the chocolate treats. I'd love to have you link up to my Easter edition of Family Fun Friday! http://www.momsandmunchkins.ca/2013/03/21/family-fun-easter/

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  23. This is soooooooooooo cute! What a fun lunch!

    Thanks or linking up at TGIF and sharing your creativity with the rest of us! I featured this at TGIF this week here: http://www.123homeschool4me.com/2013/03/tgif-linky-party-68.html# Feel free to grab an I was featured button and I hope to see you linked up again this week!

    Beth =)

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  24. Capital A Adorable! But why save it for lunch? Why not serve it as Easter breakfast? And if your little ones ask on Easter morning why the Easter Bunny doesn't use the chimney as an entry like Santa does, there is now an official answer (actually, answers!) from the Easter Bunny Heritage Foundation:

    http://fireplacemall.com/blog/2013/03/why-doesnt-the-easter-bunny-use-the-chimney/

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    1. LOL we don't really do the Easter Bunny but that is hilarious! :) Thank you!

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