How to Leave a Snack for the Easter Bunny. Many families with small children arrange for the Easter Bunny to make a visit to their homes. The Easter Bunny leaves a basket filled with delicious treats for the child to enjoy. If you have a small child, you can work together to leave a snack for the Easter Bunny.
Let the child know that you should leave a snack for the Easter Bunny. See if the child has any ideas of an appropriate choice.
Set out a special plate to put the snack on. If you have any Easter themed plates, those would be a good choice.
Cut up some carrots if you want a low maintenance snack to leave. This is a popular selection since it is well known that bunnies love to munch on carrots.
Go beyond carrots. For a more ambitious parent, you can choose to make a baked item like carrot cake that can be left for the Easter Bunny. Allow the child to assist you in the baking and frosting process.
Pour a drink for the Easter Bunny. Give the Easter Bunny something to wash down his treat. Milk or juices are easy to leave out.
Leave a note with the Easter Bunny snack. Let the child draw a picture for the Easter Bunny or write a letter. These keepsakes can be set out beside the snack.