Easter Snack Mix (No Cooking Required)

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My kids love special treats that are a mixture of things like marshmallows, crackers, candies, etc. I thought it would be awesome to make an Easter Snack Mix that requires no cooking at all.

We seem to be fans of salt sweet things.

Really, anything with marshmallows in it, my kids think is a special treat.

This snack makes a lot and can be stored in an air tight container and used over the course of many days, or taken to a big event where you are celebrating Easter.

{And, it is easy enough that the kids can help!}

easter snack for kids


goldfish easter snacks

Dump all of the items into a large bowl.

Use your hands or a couple of spoons to mix everything up.

easter snack mix

If you are serving this now you can use cute little Easter cups. I found these a few years ago in the Dollar Spot at Target a couple of years ago.

easter cups from the dollar spot at target

You can also put the snack mix in cello bags if you’re giving as a gift and use that printable I linked to above.

Or, just serve the mix as an afternoon snack with a glass of milk, like we did.

easter snack kids will love

Super easy snack and the kids love it!

easter snack idea

This keeps for a while in an air tight container if you want to make a batch and serve it each afternoon for a snack.

While you’re here check out our M&M Easter Snack Bars and our Cadbury Easter Snack Dip.

More Easter Ideas:

birdie rice krispies for easter

Easter Chick Cupcakes

storing plastic Easter eggs for next year

Storing Plastic Easter Eggs 

Easter Snack Mix (No Cooking Required)

Easter Snack Mix (No Cooking Required)

There is zero cooking required for this scrumptious Easter snack mix made only minutes!


  • 1 cup of jelly beans
  • 1 cup of Milk Chocolate M&M’s
  • 2 cups Goldfish crackers
  • 1 cup of small marshmallows


1. Pour all the ingredients into a large bowl and mix well.

2. Place servings into festive dishes or bags and enjoy!


  1. Darling! Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  2. Very cute but would only be a special treat because that is soooo much sugar for a little snack, at least for my boys. However, I know my boys would love this. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Lol, anything with marshmallows in it your kids think is a treat!! Mine love marshmallows, too! This looks so pretty and colorful all mixed up together!! Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty !

  4. This mix looks so bright and tempting! What darling cups to portion it out in!

    Thanks for sharing with us on Throwback Thursday & we’re looking forward already to what you’ll bring next week! 🙂


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  6. This looks so fun and tasty. And, the cute little cups make it even more special. I’ll be featuring this later today at the TFT party. Congrats!

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