Looking for a healthy Easter recipe for kids? You’ve come to the right place! I don’t know about you but I dread Easter because kids get stuck with lots of chocolate that they won’t eat. I have to beg my friends not to buy chocolate for Easter as my kids won’t eat it (and I won’t allow them to eat ALL that sugar). They will jump to the roof day and night for weeks. I still have leftover from last year’s Easter. I hide it in a closet and forgot about it. I figure it is the same with the other kids.
So I try to come up with nice Easter ideas that will please little ones and older ones. I figured some Easter cookies would be a nice addition to their Easter baskets. Who does not love cookies, especially if they are made from homemade crepe batter. A bliss for kids and parents. The trick is got get your child to decorate it. My daughter had a blast doing so. It was one of her best after school activities: decorating these healthy Easter cookies.
Easy Healthy Easter recipe for kids: Crepe Cookies
- Basic Batter Recipe
- Wilton Eyes
- Wilton decorations (optional). I did not add any sugar in the batter so I figured it is okay to allow some decorations. Moderation is key
- Some sprinkles
- Your favorite berries for decorations
- Wilton cookie mold for Easter
- Greek Yogurt
- Preheat oven to 350F
- Grease the cookie mold
- Scoop in batter recipe
- Bake for 10 to 15 minutes
- Let it cool
- Top with Greek Yogurt. It will allow decorations to stick. It is better than store bought frosting
- Then let the child decorate the cookies as he or she wishes. Since my daughter is in her girly years, she wanted to have pink decorations.
Voilà. Don’t they look delicious?