S’mores Easter Egg Hunts: The Most Fun (and Delicious) Easter Treat Ever!** An Easy and Adorable Dessert Recipe for Kids (and Adults)

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Easter egg hunts are a cherished tradition, but this year, why not add a sweet twist? These adorable S’mores Easter Egg Hunts are not only fun to find, but they’re also delicious to eat! This recipe is so easy that even the little ones can help make them, making it a perfect activity for the whole family.


  • Large marshmallows (1 for each egg)
  • Chocolate bars (1 for each egg, broken into pieces)
  • Graham crackers (crushed)
  • Plastic Easter eggs


H3: Prepare the Eggs

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  1. Gather your supplies. You’ll need large marshmallows, chocolate bars broken into pieces, crushed graham crackers, and plastic Easter eggs.

H3: Assemble the S’mores

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  1. Toast the marshmallows. You can toast the marshmallows over a campfire, using a gas stovetop, or even in the microwave (be careful not to overcook them!).
  2. Fill the eggs. Place a toasted marshmallow inside each egg, followed by a piece of chocolate and a sprinkle of graham cracker crumbs.

H3: Hide and Seek!

  1. Hide the eggs. Just like a traditional Easter egg hunt, hide the S’mores-filled eggs outside or indoors.

H3: Enjoy the Treat!

  1. Let the hunt begin! Once the eggs are hidden, let the kids loose to find their sweet treats. They’ll love the surprise of discovering a delicious S’more inside each egg.


  • For a fun twist, use different colored chocolate bars and pastel-colored marshmallows.
  • If you don’t have a campfire or stovetop, you can toast the marshmallows in the microwave for 10-15 seconds on high power. Just be careful not to overcook them, or they will melt.
  • To make the eggs even more festive, decorate them with Easter stickers or markers before hiding them.

These S’mores Easter Egg Hunts are sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike. They’re a fun and easy way to add a little sweetness to your Easter celebration.

I hope you enjoy this recipe! Let me know in the comments below what your favorite Easter traditions are.

Ann Shrott

I am a freelance writer with a deep passion for the latest trendy titles to produce content. What I'm striving for is to write about something well researched and make blogs sparkle. Keep on reading!

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