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This fun Edible Easter Candy Baskets will be a fun way to give a little Easter cheer. Made out of edible treats this basket will be a hit wherever it goes.
This fun Edible Easter Candy Baskets will be a fun way to give a little Easter cheer. Made out of edible treats this basket will be a hit wherever it goes.

Edible Easter Candy Baskets

Easter  & spring really are an amazing time to explore your creativity. There are so many great things one can come up with to capture the spirit of the season. For those that live in cold weather climate this season is especially exciting because everything is renewed again and what was once cold and dreary begins to show color and life. So that’s why this Easter Candy Baskets craft is such a fun craft because of all the bight colors and edible fun that make it a treat for everyone!

What’s Needed

 

  • Candy Discs, multi-colored
  • Licorice, Pull n Peel Ropes
  • Edible Easter Grass
  • Parchment Paper
  • Small bowls

Easter Candy Bowls

Directions

 

Preheat oven to 300 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Pull apart (all at once) about 4 pieces of the licorice. This will allow it to not be so heavy when adding it to the bowls later.

Arrange 19 candies in a circle on the baking sheet in color pattern of your choice. (Depending on size of baking sheet, 2 can be made at the same time but make sure they each have their own parchment paper).Easter Candy Bowls 2

Bake for about 6-8 minutes, just until candies start to melt together a little bit. Do not let them get completely melted, the center pieces will not get as melted and that’s ok.

Lightly spray cooking spray on the bottom side of the small bowls.

Easter Candy Basket 3

Remove the candy from oven and let sit for about 20 seconds, then flip the candy (with the parchment paper on) on top of the small bowl and press down the sides until tight around the bowl. Be careful the candy will be hot.Easter Candy Bowl 4

Turn the bowls over and gently twist and pull the candy off the bowl.

Take a piece of the licorice and curve into a handle shape and press each end to the inside of the bowl. The warm candy will help adhere the licorice to the sides.Easter Candy Bowl 5

Fill with the edible grass and candy of your choice.Easter Candy Bowl 6

 

Have fun!

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Looking for other fun Easter ideas? Check out these 20 Easter Treat ideas here.

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  • Reply ellen beck

    These are really cute. I could honestly see these for any time of the year. I thnk these would work well for birthdays or any kids party. You could color theme them pretty easily.

    May 7, 2017 at 8:24 pm
  • Reply Mia

    This looks so simple for such a fun project that ends up looking so pretty and useful. I know my grandkids would love to make these and to enjoy the treats.

    March 29, 2017 at 3:10 pm
  • Reply Michelle S

    These are so creative! I love that they are so colorful. These might be a cute idea for the bake sale our church is having before Easter.

    March 29, 2017 at 2:27 pm
  • Reply janie vezina

    like how you use candy to make the basket to hold candy.

    March 27, 2017 at 7:24 pm
  • Reply Deborah D

    These are really cute. Kids will love these.

    March 27, 2017 at 1:01 am
  • Reply Amber Ludwig

    These are adorable!! How fun!! My son would get such a kick out of making them with me!!

    March 26, 2017 at 11:41 am
  • Reply Lynne B

    I love how creative you got with these baskets! I’m fascinated by the edible grass!

    March 25, 2017 at 7:23 pm
  • Reply Marilyn

    What a great idea.
    Marilyn

    March 25, 2017 at 6:43 pm
  • Reply Caroline Duggan

    This looks so good! I love this idea and I’ve never seen anything like it. I can’t wait to try to make these with my mom for my son on Easter!

    March 24, 2017 at 8:40 pm
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