DIY Easter House
This DIY Easter House was so much fun for the kids to make! It did not turn out quite like I wanted them too, but my children loved them and really that is all that matters. They had fun making these little Easter Houses and then eating them afterwards. I just used a few simple ingredients – graham crackers, jelly beans, Peeps and melted chocolate.
DIY Easter House
Start by melting your chocolate according to package directions. I used Almond Bark.
Next dip the graham crackers in chocolate and then adhere crackers together and let harden to set. You could always use frosting instead of the chocolate too.
Next use some chocolate to put jelly beans on the house or whatever decorations you have to use.
Then assemble the Peeps and jelly beans in the houses.
My kids thoroughly enjoyed helping and building these houses. You can even use sprinkles and frosting if desired. The sky is really the limit and the best part of this project is that the kids had fun and enjoyed eating their creations.
DIY Easter House is a fun project to make with kids! You can easily use gluten free graham crackers to make this a gluten free treat!
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