Easter Egg Hunt Idea

Easter Egg Hunt Idea


                Spring time is right around the corner, which means we’re getting closer to Easter. Every family has their own yearly tradition when it comes to holidays. Why not start a new tradition this year? Here’s a neat twist for the classic Easter egg hunt. Make up candy apples in different colors and hide them throughout the house or outside. Then split the kids into teams (each team is the same color as one of the apple colors) and have them search for their designated team colored candy apple!

                Don’t worry, we have all the supplies you’ll need to accomplish this wonderful new game (except for the apples). The number of colors that you will use will be determined by how many kids are participating. You can always make it easy on yourself and just stick to two colors (two teams). We sell a number of delicious different Apple Magic Candy Apple Mixes - Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Grape, Lime, and Caramel. The blue raspberry, grape, and lime are perfect spring time colors for this game.

In addition to the mix, you will also need Candy Apple Skewers. These are the strong round sticks that you pierce the apples with. Don’t want to use wood? No problem, we also sell Paper Skewers. Because you will be hiding these apples they should be wrapped. Do NOT use saran wrap. It will stick to the apple and you’ll never be able to get it off. We have both Cello Wraps and Apple Bags available along with Twist Ties.

                Follow the instructions provided on the candy apple mix bags. Then wrap, seal, and hide them for the kids to find! I know if I were a youngster, this would be an amazing treat to find instead of a plastic egg with some jelly beans.

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Note: Don’t make the apples too far in advance.  They will last 1-2 days. Make them the day before and store them in a cool, dry place or a refrigerator.