He Is Risen Easter Treats

He Is Risen Easter Treats

As most of you know I am the Primary President in my ward. I love being with these children and hearing their growing testimonies. I also love being able to spoil them once in a while with cute little treats that can go along with a lesson.

This year I plan on making my Primary kids some adorable He Is Risen Easter Treats. These treats will not only help to get the kids excited for Easter…but will also help them to remember that Easter is not just about celebrating with cute little bunnies and brightly colored eggs. Easter is about the resurrection. Jesus not only atoned for our sins and died on the cross for us…but he showed us that life does not end at death. We can ALL live again!

 Matthew 28:6 ~ He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay. 

He Is Risen Empty Tomb Easter Treats




Graham Crackers

1 Container of Whipped Icing

Food Coloring

Chocolate Mini Donuts

Mini Oreo Cookies

Sticky Back Labels (these are from Martha Stewart)


Spring Sprinkles (optional)

 He Is Risen Easter Treats



Step 1: Place a container of icing in a bowl and mix in green food coloring until you get the green grass color you are looking for. Ours took about 6 drops.


Step 2: Break a graham cracker in half, place it on a flat surface and using icing to cover the top of it.


Step 3: Place a mini chocolate donut on top of the icing towards the back of your graham cracker.


Step 4: Put a mini Oreo cookie in front of the mini donut, but off to the side a bit so that it resembles a stone that has been rolled away from the tomb.


Step 5: Write “He is Risen” in marker or pen on a sticky back small label and stick it to the top of a toothpick.


Step 6: Stick the toothpick with the “He is Risen” sign on it on top of the chocolate donut on your treat.


Step 7: Sprinkle the grass on the graham cracker with some Spring colored sprinkles if you wish.



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He Is Risen Easter Treats

 Also don’t forget to stop by and check out some of my other Easter Treats!


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  1. What a great idea. Very tasty also.

  2. that’s a cute idea! we may have to do these for sunday school!

  3. I love this! What a wonderful idea for kids to celebrate Easter and remember it for what it really is.

  4. Those are really easy to make and came out great. Those would be fun to bring with me on Easter.

  5. Those treats are so cute and clever. I love treats that use premade cookies/crackers, etc. I’m sure the kids will love them! Easter blessings to you!

  6. What a great Easter treat. Any time we get to play with graham crackers and frosting is a good day at our house!

  7. Those are so cute! I love how easy they are to make, too!

  8. I’m sorry. I am sure this is very well intended but I find it disrespectful and would not do this with the children.

  9. So cute! What an adorable idea, you have so many great ones! I’ll be hanging around here until Easter 😉

  10. For the life of me I cannot figure out what this represents. The tomb being opened?

  11. This is such a cute recipe idea.

  12. Cute idea. The kids will love these.

  13. These are really cute! I think they would be neat for a Sunday School snack.

  14. Neat idea! Thanks for sharing.

  15. I absolutely love this idea! This would be great for a church celebration or even a fun snack after Easter dinner.

  16. Amy Lynn Desrosiers says:

    I love these little tomb sweet treats!! Jesus is the reason for the season of Easter! Thanks for sharing these!

  17. Kimberly C. says:

    Your so right! Bunnies and eggs have nothing to do with the Christian Easter, they are from another holiday actually!

  18. That’s a perfect illustration of the wonderful event! I love this!

  19. I love this idea and am going to make it my Pick of the Week for next week from SYC. I think sometimes people forget we celebrate a RISEN Lord. Sharing on fb too. Great message. Happy SYC Thursday.

  20. This is such a good idea!

  21. Your Primary kids are LUCKY! This looks like so much fun to eat! Happy Easter (in advance)!

  22. This is a great idea for Easter. I know the kids will love them.

  23. Your He Is Risen treats are just perfect for Easter, they look great. Hope you are having a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  24. G’day and how cute!
    Thanks for sharing it at the Foodie Friends Friday #Foods That Make You Smile Party!
    Cheers! Joanne

  25. The kids will love these! Great way to teach them as well as treat them. Thanks for sharing them with Share Your Cup.

  26. I absolutely love this!!! Pinned! Such a great idea! Checking it out from Wonderful Wednesday and this is truly wonderful!

  27. These are great! Thanks so much for linking this up to the Friday Frenzy!

  28. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says:

    What a neat idea for Easter! Pinned! Thanks so much for joining us at Freedom Fridays! 🙂

  29. as a primary school sunday teacher I think these are a great idea. I am sad to read some of the posts above that can’t use their imagination. Have a little fun people

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