Ingredients Needed for Empty Tomb Treats:
- Graham Crackers
- Peanut Butter (or icing if you have an alergy)
- Small Chocolate Doughnuts
- Mini Oreo Cookies
- Shredded Coconut
- Green Food Coloring
Prep the Snack:
Before you grab the kids for this Christian Easter activity, you might want to prep a few things. Take your shredded coconut and place it in a sandwich baggie. Drip a few drops of green food coloring in, and shake the bag until your coconut turns green. Also, cut off the bottom of your chocolate doughnuts.
Now you're ready for the fun to begin! Have your kids spread peanut butter on the graham cracker, and stick their doughnut "tomb" on. Then, take one mini oreo and twist it apart. Use the side with the icing on it to stick it to the front of the doughnut as the "rock" rolled away from the entrance of the tomb. Sprinkle some coconut "grass" onto the remainder of the peanut butter.
We also made some Easter banners from the leftover Stations of the Cross stickers we got at the Dollar Tree.
These we so easy to make, and came out cuter than I thought they would! Enjoy these Resurrection treats on Easter!
Don't forget to bring your Easter ideas to my Easter link-up!
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