Easter Treats Recipe and FREE Printable Labels

Click the link below to download the free printable Easter egg and pop labels

I have a special treat for you in this post. More than one, actually: Easter crispy treats in the form of Easter eggs and lollipops with fun FREE printable labels that match my FREE Easter basket printable, my FREE Easter Bunny decoration and my paid (but very inexpensive!) full Easter party printables kit.

My Easter egg and lollipop printables come in four designs: two shaped as Easter eggs and two shaped as squares. Each says "Homemade just for you" and "Happy Easter," as you can see above.

Download the Labels and Recipe

As a bonus, I have a link to a special recipe that will make a healthier version of the classic Rice Krispies treats so many of us grew up with. The link to the recipe is in the same file as the printables (in the link above) but you can scroll down to learn more about what makes it a healthier alternative and to also access links to my FREE Easter basket template, FREE Easter bunny decoration and my full Easter printables kit.

FYI, the instructions linked above are in PDF format. If you don't have PDF reader software, you can get free Adobe Acrobat software that will allow you to read it. 

My full Easter printables kit ties the freebies together and gives you just about anything you could want in a printable for Easter.

Here are some photos of the full Easter printables kit contents

The full Easter printables kit gives you virtually everything you need to decorate your house for Easter!

The photo above shows an Easter egg and lollipop with Easter baskets and a few cupcake toppers from my Easter printables kit.

Buy the Full Easter Printables Kit

Quinoa Crispies Pops

The recipe for the Easter eggs and lollipops is healthier because it incorporates quinoa, which most people think is a grain but really is related to plants like spinach and chard. (It doesn't taste like them though!)

Where it comes from is less important than what it does though. It has 8 grams of protein per serving, which you certainly can't say about Rice Krispies (it has 2.3 grams). And that protein is considered "complete," because it contains all eight of the amino acids we need to get from our food.

Quinoa also has as much calcium as milk, without the cholesterol; slow-burning or "good" carbohydrates; fiber; and is a great source of magnesium, manganese, vitamin E, B2, B6, folic acid, potassium and iron.

To keep things easy, I made these Easter eggs and pops with supplies you can readily get. Instead of making you run out and get special lollipop sticks (which you can certainly use if you'd prefer), I made the pops with plastic spoons. The colored spoons, and the cellophane and tissue I put under it to give the pops some color came from the dollar store. The ribbons came from the dollar bin at Michael's but you can use whatever you have lying around. All the rest of the ingredients came from the supermarket and health food store. And the recipe has a variation that makes it easy to make it without having to go to the health food store, in case that's not practical for you. All the particulars are detailed in the instructions, which can be found in the zip file that contains the free printables.

Credits: Many thanks to Maree Truelove for the Easter images and to Wendy Polisi for the healthy quinoa crispy treats recipe.

Terms: These templates are for personal use only.

Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Amazon links are used in this post and in the sidebar, which means I will be paid a small commission if anything is purchased through them. This doesn't increase the amount you pay if you buy anything.

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For commercial use, please contact Carla Chadwick at carla [@] b2bcontentsolutions. [com]. Copyright 2012. All rights reserved.


  1. Thank you for sharing this.

  2. You're welcome, Donna. Thanks for the comment. :-)

  3. Hi Carla every time I try to download your Easter freebies I get a window saying "file appears to be malicious" has anyone else had this problem? I love your blog. I have been a big fan. Thank you for all the great things. If you can let me know something Hugs,Tami

    1. I am having the same problem too.


    2. I'm sorry you're having a problem, Sheri!

      Read the bullet points under #5 on this page and see if any of them help: http://digitalscrapbookingsupplies.com/faq/. The issue is probably caused by one of those.

  4. That's so weird, Tami. I'm sorry that's happening.

    The files are on Box.net, which I thought was a very clean source. Perhaps you accessed another file from there one time that wasn't so clean and your browser or anti-virus remembers it?

    *Is anyone else having this problem? If so, please let me know.*

    I would post the file on 4shared for you but that *does* have a history of viruses, so that wouldn't really help. And the file is too big to e-mail. :-(

    On the other end of the spectrum, thanks so much for the kind words. They're much appreciated. :-)

  5. I love your free printables. I am able to open the files but it is not letting me print. I can print the instructions but not the template. Am I not understanding how to do this?? Help please.

  6. Thanks for the kind words. I'm so sorry you're having a problem accessing the files.

    I just sent you an e-mail about this at the address listed on your Blogger profile. Please leave another comment if you don't receive it.

  7. Thanks so much. These will work well with my large group of older folks. They love sweets and they love them dressed up.

    1. You're welcome, Glenda. Thanks for your comment. It makes me happy to know these will go to such good use!

  8. Thank you very much for the lovely labels.

    1. You're welcome, BlueCat. Thanks so much for the comment!

  9. Good Morning!

    I just wanted to let you know that I have featured you on Cuteable this morning :) I found you via Craft Juice.

    Lynsey x


    1. Thanks, Lyndsey! I appreciate it. :-)


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