Easter Chick Treats with Free Printable
Easter Chick Treats – the most adorable candy chicks made from a Reese’s egg! These are so easy to make and the kids will love helping make these cuties.
Can you believe Easter is just around the corner? It’s just over a month away since it falls in March this year. We’ve started making all kinds of Easter goodies to share with you and the first one up is these Easter chicks. We turned them into pops so that we could pass them out to some friends. Serious cuteness overload! I’ve got the adorable free printable tags for you below.
These Easter chick treats are a cute and super easy Easter treat idea. They take less than 20 minutes to make and are sure to bring out some smiles!
These would be fun to make for your kids, or for a class party! They’d also be fun to stick in their Easter basket.
Free printable below:
Click on the links below and save to your computer. Print onto card stock paper at 100% print size for the best quality.
These are super fun to make (and eat of course)!
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Very cute. These would go over great with the kids… and the adults. 🙂
Seriously adorable! Almost too cute to eat… almost!
How cute are these?! My little nephews and nieces would love these!
These are seriously adorable!!! I am putting these on my to do list!
Yummy! And almost too adorable to eat!
These are RIDICULOUSLY cute! I can’t get over them!
These are so adorable! Kids will surely love making and eating these! Thanks for sharing!
How ingenious!! I’m always looking for ways to treat the kids I teach & I enjoy your blog.
As if I need another reason to buy Reese’s eggs! My nieces and nephews are going to love making these!
Oh My Cuteness! What an adorable treat for Easter!
Such a cute idea! I just tried to make this recipe. Melted the yellow melts dipped the Reese eggs in and the peanut butter cup started to fall apart got very soft. Do you need to freeze the Reese peanut butter eggs first before dipping ?
If you’re finding they get too soft, you may want to go ahead and freeze them. 🙂
These are really cute. One question….what size edible eyes were used?
Usually whatever size I can find! 🙂
I’ve noticed sometimes store have two sizes, but usually they only have one.
The PERFECT easy treat to make for the Easter! Can’t get over how cute these are!