Easter Candy Kabobs

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Easter is such a fun time of year and these darling Easter Candy Kabobs are an affordable and creative way to share a little sweet love with your favorite Peeps (pun intended!!) this spring!

Aren’t these fun candy kabobs so much fun!? A quick trip to the Dollar Store or Five Below and you can find everything you need to make fun and festive gifts to share this Easter season!

There are so many ways you could go about creating these fun treats. We love these as an idea for classroom parties (let the kids make their own!), Sunday School activities or this might even be a wonderful idea for a school fundraiser or bake sale!

As you might have seen, we’ve made a Valentine’s Day Candy Kabob,  Halloween Candy Kabobs and Christmas Candy Kabobs, so of course we had to try our hand making these bright and colorful versions of one of our favorite holiday creations.

And that’s another reason that we are so fond of these fun candy sticks: they are perfect for all occasions, budgets and skill levels. Because of their vibrant colors, they also work great as party decor to display at your event, and can be used as party favors to send home with your guests!

Easter Candy ideas for your Candy Kabobs

ingredients for easter candy kabobs, including great value flower marshmallow toppers, reese's miniature peanut butter cups, yummall jumbo rainbow swirl marshmallows, bamboo skewers in water, fillable plastic easter eggs, and easter rolos

You can use whatever candy catches your eye, but here is what we used:

How to Assemble Your Candy Kabobs

Here’s a quick look at how we put ours together, but you might have other ideas. If you don’t want to make a bouquet, you can wrap them individually.

We like to start by finding a cute base, and in this case – we filled it with beans to give it some weight and support for the kabob sticks.

Now for the fun part! Start adding in your kabob sticks! Get creative with how you stack your candy onto your kabobs.

filling a blue pail with pinto beans
top view if a blue pail filled with pinto beans as filler and then topped with easter rolos and easter mini reese's peanut butter cups.
blue pail filled with reeses's mini peanut butter cups and easter rolos
putting a skewer through a pink plastic fillable egg. The skewer has a reese's peanut butter cup and three rolos already on the skewer
top view of putting a fillable egg that comes predrilled with holes on a skewer
four easter candy kabobs made with fillable plastic eggs, reese's mini peanut butter cups, and easter rolos
one candy kabob made with Walmart marshmallow candy flowers
3 marshmallow candy kabobs in a blue pail on a white counter with more kabobs on the counter ready to insert into the candy bouquet

Keep adding goodies until you get the look that you want! Can you imagine how fun it will be handing out these cute candy bouquets this Easter season!!?

close up of candy kabob using walmart great value flower marshmallow toppers, rolos, reese's mini peanut butter cups, and fillable eggs
five candy kabob in a blue pail filled with rolos, reese's mini peanut butter cups, and fillable eggs on a white countertop

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