This adorable and delicious Easter Snack Mix is a fun treat. Made with cereal, peanuts, candies, cookies, marshmallows, and white chocolate - you are going to love the sweet and salty combo of this easy no bake trail mix.
A snack mix coated in chocolate and loaded with candy will cause me to fall off the healthy eating train. Not that much healthy eating has been going on here for the past few weeks.
Trying to eat the things in your refrigerator and pantry while staying home does have certain limitations. And by limitations, I just mean that I have been eating and snacking on all the things. I pretty much single handedly ate this entire batch of Easter snack mix.
Not in one day of course, but I'm not proud of myself for the lack of self control. The name Easter crack is definitely fitting. LOL!
Our kids are pretty much past the stage of Easter egg hunts and all the bunny treats. But I'm not willing to let it go so quickly, so we still do a small plastic egg hunt with them every year.
Since Easter is just in a few days, I finally decided to use the bags of Easter candy and cookies that I bought awhile ago.
We also had some extra Chex cereal, pretzels, and peanuts that I pulled out of the pantry for this fun bunny snack mix.
How to make an Easter Snack Mix
- Line a large sheet pan with parchment or wax paper.
- Add your ingredients into a very large bowl and stir up.
- Melt the white chocolate melts according to the package directions.
- Pour the white chocolate onto the snack mix and stir until everything is coated.
- Dump the mixture out onto the prepared pan and spread out. Add sprinkles to the top of it right away.
- Place the pan in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes or until set.
- Break apart and add the extra candies and marshmallows.
- Make sure you use a very large bowl, so that when you stir everything together it does not fall out.
- We like our bunny munch just lightly coated with white chocolate. If you want more, feel free to melt and use 1 ½ or 2 bags of the melts.
- Feel free to use any other snack mix ingredients that you have on hand if you don't have exactly what we used. Regular pretzels for the snaps. Popcorn instead of puffed corn. Any Easter candy instead of M&M's. You get the idea, right?
- Store the Easter trail mix in a very tightly sealed container, so it stays fresh. It is best eaten within 1-2 days of making it. The longer it sits, the less crunch it will have. It's still delicious though...
More Kid Friendly Easter Desserts
- Easter Dirt Cupcakes
- Robin Egg Fudge
- Easter Rice Krispie Treats
- Nutella Easter Egg
- Carrot Cake Fudge
- Oreo Bunny Pops
- Oreo Chicks