Plant pots with hummus and carrots

Healthy Easter snacks & treats

Discover our best-ever nutritious treats for both adults and kids to enjoy this Easter, from savoury egg-based snacks to pancakes and rice puddings.

Get into the spirit of spring with our clever Easter recipes. Whether you’re after a brilliant breakfast or a nourishing, comforting dessert, discover our snacks and treats that kids (and big kids!) will love to make and eat.


Healthy Easter bunny pancakes

Hop into the kitchen and whip up these cute, bunny-shaped pancakes. We’ve used wholemeal flour to increase the fibre content. Kids will love to get creative and decorate them with fresh or dried fruit.

Get the recipe: Healthy Easter bunny pancakes

Healthy spiced rice pudding

Wholegrain rice makes a delicious, wholesome base for this comforting dessert. We’ve infused it with the same spices you’d find in a hot cross bun to make it a satisfying Easter dessert.

Get the recipe: Healthy spiced rice pudding

Healthy Easter boiled eggs

Easter isn’t all about chocolate eggs – get kids excited about their savoury counterparts with this cute serving suggestion. Eggs are a great source of high-quality protein – read more about their health benefits.

Get the recipe: Healthy Easter boiled eggs

Healthy falafel scotch eggs

Yes, you read that right – you can have your scotch egg and eat it too with this healthy recipe. We’ve covered them in a herby chickpea mixture that the whole family will love.

Get the recipe: Falafel scotch eggs

Healthy veg patch hummus

Pile nutritious, creamy hummus into clean mini plant pots and serve with baby carrots or other crudités. We’ve added plenty of flavour with lemon, garlic and tahini paste – it’s vegan, too.

Get the recipe: Healthy veg patch hummus

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