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Hope you’re having a great day! Today I wanted to share these ADORABLE little DIY Rabbit Holes with you! We were inspired by Snack Pack pudding – so we made sure to pick some up at Walmart, along with some other goodies to create our bunny homes! I thought this would be such a fun Spring/Easter activity to do with Wyatt after school.
I set the table up with ALL kinds of fixin’s for our rabbit holes. We even used food coloring + coconut shreds to create “grass”! Wyatt loved shaking that up in the tupperware container. I set up the table so that everything was accessible and within reach for my little one and his little arms – all of our add-on items were in bowls or open containers.
Now, ready to see how we made these cute rabbit holes? I can’t wait to show you! First things first, let’s go over what you’ll need.
- Super Snack Pack Pudding – (we used Chocolate + Vanilla). We loved using these because they were SO easy to open, taste great, and contain as much calcium as an 8oz glass of milk!
- Colored Coconut Grass – to make this simply add coconut shreds and a few drops of green food coloring into a container, put on lid, and shake! You can add more/less of the food coloring to get just the right shade of green.
- Reddi wip – This is used as the bunny tails!
- Marshmallow Rabbits – you can find these in the candy aisle at Walmart.
- Sprinkles / Candies – We used some colored sprinkles for fun and circular candies as “eggs”.
- Nilla Wafers – I used Nilla Wafers to create bunny ears and a bunny behind for the middle rabbit hole (see photo).
- Black Frosting – I used a little bit of black frosting to accent the ears in the middle rabbit.
- Grab a Snack Pack, and open
- Sprinkle coconut grass onto top
- Insert marshmallow bunny or Nilla Wafers
- Accent with icing, sprinkles, and other candies
- Don’t forget the Reddi wip tail!
Boy, did we have fun making these together! Wyatt LOVED it! Well, he loved seeing how many bunnies he could fit in each Snack Pack, but the important thing is that he had fun! And we made a cute memory together.
If you want to make some fun DIY Rabbit Holes or Easter Pudding Cups with your little one, be sure to go HERE for a coupon! You can pick up everything you need from Walmart in the baking aisle!
This is so super cute. Whew knew rabbit holes were so easy to make!
awwww how cute and adorable are these, Wyatt looks like he had loads of fun making these.
Are those puddings? Oh love those really! These are such cute treats for the kids!
Those are super cute! I might have to do this for the kiddos this weekend. We’ll see what happens.
I didn’t realize these were puddings at first. Definitely a very cute treat for the kids and even for adults too. I’ll definitely be making these to bring to the kids at the YMCA at work.
Those are so cute! Of course, we don’t have Peeps here in the UK and it drives me crazy because they are so cute. They need to hop over here!
These are so adorable! I don’t know what would be more fun for a child … making them or eating them!
This is a fun Easter snack the kids would love to have, they’re not really fans of coconut, but the rest of it they would go to town with.
I absolutely love the concept of ‘Rabbit Holes,’ especially since I am a huge fan of Peeps. I could not from the life of me figure out what the shredded stuff was until I read that it was coconut.
Ok how adorable are these?!?! I love making treats with peeps! So much fun and kiddos realy enjoy them!
What a fun idea! I’d never seen these before, but we happen to have most of the ingredients on hand…
Awww, how cute! The “grass” threw me off a bit before I read that it was colored coconut – I thought at first that it was shredded lettuce, haha! Great idea, I love it 🙂
Super fun! I love that you included him–some of the most fun activities I enjoy with my kids involve all of us in the kitchen together, too! #client