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Disguise sweet strawberries as bunny-friendly carrots! Dip fresh strawberries into melted white chocolate colored with orange gel-based or oil-based food coloring. Using a wooden pick, create a few lines on strawberries to resemble a carrot, then cool completely before your little bunnies start munching.

Easter Hand Dipped Strawberries - dipped in white chocolate made orange with food coloring. Precious!

Turn store-bought cinnamon rolls into an adorable Easter morning treat. Bake up two 12.4-oz. packages of Pillsbury® Cinnamon Rolls (DON'T use the flaky version). Then, create bunny eyes, noses and teeth with raisins and sliced almonds on the first batch of rolls. Cut the second batch of rolls in half, and arrange on top of bunny faces to create ears.

Mix 'N Chop

The Mix ‘N Chop was one of our top selling products of 2013. Its five curved blades chop food directly in the pan during cooking to create consistent-sized crumbles and even cooking and seasoning!

Coating Trays & Tool

Crispy Rice Eggs for Easter: Follow the recipe for crispy rice treats on the package of your favorite rice cereal. Transfer the mixture to a large bowl and let cool. Form the cereal mixture into egg shapes and place on Parchment Paper. Microwave 16 oz. of melted almond bark, uncovered, for about 2 minutes, stirring halfway through. Dip the wide end of the “eggs” into the bark and sprinkle with colored sugar, sprinkles, or other small candy. Cool completely on Parchment Paper before serving.

Bunny Bait, Whenever Bait

Bunny Bait = Ingredients: 2 cups pretzels,1 bag popped white popcorn, 1 package Almond Bark white melting chocolate, 1 bag of festive M’s, 2 cups of Chex cereal, 1 container of sprinkles