For children (and childish grown-ups) here are eight cute ways to get creative with your food this Easter

1. Sweetcorn chicks

Create a delightful Easter scene like this one using toasted bread circles topped with sweetcorn and served with carrot feet and strawberry hair, of course.

From: www.littlefoodjunction.com

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2. Cupcake sheep

Make these adorable cupcake sheep for Easter with mini marshmallow wool and royal icing faces. Almost too cute to eat. Almost.

From: Sainsbury's

 

3. Cute Easter chick marshmallow pops

These are so easy to make, you can get the kids involved in creating these cute chick marshmallow pops. All you need is some cake icing, dyed coconut shavings and sweets for the eyes and nose.

From: www.2wired2tired.com

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4. Easter eggs on toast

Breakfast gets way more egg-citing with these edible Easter chicks.

From: www.sheknows.com.au

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5. Bunny tails

So simple and clever – if you’re looking for an Easter snack to serve at a get-together, give these bunny tails a try.

From: www.pizzazzerie.com

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6. Italian Easter bread

We can’t think of many better reasons to get baking at Easter than this tasty Italian sweetbread with a cute dyed egg in the middle.

From: www.theitaliandishblog.com

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7. Easter bunny cake pops

You knew it was coming – yep, bunny head cake pops are a must for any trend-following sweet treat fan.

From: www.bakerella.com

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8. Easter bunny sandwich

Looks too good to eat? Almost.

From: www.creative-food.blogspot.co.uk

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