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Easter Candy Kabobs

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Candy kabobs are an easy Easter treat that looks adorably festive in your children’s Easter baskets!  Made using your favorite pieces of candy and a wooden skewer these kabobs will be something your kids will be talking about for years to come.

Easter is just around the corner, and we’ve got “Easter Treats” on the brain –  Chocolate Easter Bark, Easter Cookie Charcuterie Board, Easter Candy Milkshakes… if you’re looking for cute and colorful Easter ideas, you’ve totally come to the right place!

five Easter candy kababs laying on a white counter that are made with chocolate eggs, peanut butter cups, jelly beans and marshmallow candy. Plastic eggs, and additional candy is scattered around them on the counter.

Candy Kabobs

It’s time to step up you candy game and make your Easter celebrations even more fun and festive! These easy Easter treats will totally do the trick! Not only are they super easy to put together, they are also soooo cute! Put them in your kids Easter baskets, or have them ready when they get home from school as a fun surprise snack.

I had so much fun making these Easter candy kabobs, I could have made them all day long! My kids’ eyes just about popped out of their heads when they saw them, talk about candy overload! These can also be a fun alternative or addition to your child’s Easter basket! And I seriously love how simple these are to make.  You can also get your kids involved in the fun and make some together for their friends or for your favorite neighbors!

How To Make Candy Kabobs

  1. Grab your favorite pieces of small candies
  2. Arrange your candy in the desired order and carefully poke wooden skewer through candies, creating a kabob!
  3. Optional – Once all the candy is on the skewer, wrap up with cellophane plastic and tie off with ribbon. This is a great way to preserve more perishable candies, like peeps or chocolate eggs. Plus, it makes a great Easter gift for neighbors and friends too!

Items Needed To Make Candy Kabobs

five candy kabobs are standing up in a white bowl that is filled with pastel colored candies. The kabobs are made with various pieces of Easter candy. Plastic eggs are on the counter around the bowl.

Tips For Making Candy Kabobs

  • To avoid splinters, soak the wooden skewers in water before making your candy kabobs
  • If you are having trouble getting the wooden skewer through the candy, try using a metal kabob skewer to put a hole through the candy before sliding it onto the wooden skewer.
  • You can make the kabobs smaller with less candy by cutting the skewer down

More Great Easter Ideas

DIY Easter Kabobs

Now that you’ve seen just how easy these are to make, it’s time to put some together for your friends and family.  If you make these kabobs, be sure to leave us a comment or tag us on social media! We would love to see how much your kids love these when they get them on Easter!

Easy Easter Treats - Easter Candy Kabobs
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Easter Kabobs

Easter kabobs are an easy and adorable Easter treat
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword candy, easter
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 5 Kabobs
Calories 280 kcal

Ingredients

  • Wooden kabob skewers
  • Various Easter candies
  • Ribbon optional
  • Cellophane plastic roll optional

Instructions

  1. Grab your favorite pieces of small candies
  2. Arrange your candy in the desired order and carefully poke wooden skewer through candies, creating a kabob!
  3. Optional – Once all the candy is on the skewer, wrap up with cellophane plastic and tie off with ribbon. This is a great way to preserve more perishable candies, like peeps or chocolate eggs. Plus, it makes a great Easter gift for neighbors and friends too!
Nutrition Facts
Easter Kabobs
Amount Per Serving
Calories 280
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Have a Happy Easter!!!

a close up of five candy kabobs are standing up in a white bowl that is filled with pastel colored candies. The kabobs are made with various pieces of Easter candy. Plastic eggs are on the counter around the bowl. At the bottom of the image are written the words Easter candy kabobs.

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