Easy Easter Cupcakes with HERSHEY’S Easter Candy Giveaway #BunnyTrail

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Easy Easter Cupcakes

Celebrate Easter with a HERSHEY’S Easter Candy Giveaway

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. HERSHEY sent me a wonderful box full of HERSHEY’S Easter candy to help me share some of my Easter traditions with you. Monetary compensation for this sponsored post is from the Global Influence network. As usual all opinions are my own.

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I guess you could say I’ve been a chocolate Easter bunny fan for a long time. The proof is in the pudding chocolate bunny……this is a somewhat blurry polaroid photo of my very first Easter. Yes I know I am dating myself here but I am pretty sure by now you all know I am not a spring chick. After all I am a Grammy to 3 darling granddaughters.

Easter Traditions Then

I can remember Easter mornings as a child very well,   (I was a bit older than in this photo of course)  when  I would wake up with my brothers and sister and race out to the living room to find our Easter baskets stuffed to the brim with  Easter candy and the Easter eggs we had dyed the night before. There would always be a big chocolate Easter bunny that my brothers would always bite the ears off first thing! 
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Easter Traditions Now

Of course I carried on the tradition of coloring Easter eggs the night before Easter with my own kids. Along with any of their friends who happened to be over the night before Easter. You would be amazed at how many pre-teen boys colored eggs while they were at my house.  The same ones who thought they were too cool or too old for all that little kids stuff would jump right in and start coloring eggs. If they happened to be spending the night they also woke up to find that the Easter Bunny had left them an Easter basket.
Oh and I don’t just color eggs because I have kids and grandchildren. I color them because I love coloring eggs. It’s the artist in me. All my kids; ages 28, 23 and 16 still love to color eggs. The two oldest have their own children now but my son (23) would even color eggs with his little sister and I before he had his daughter.
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 Now with my granddaughters it doesn’t matter if they are coloring Easter eggs with their parents or even their other grandparents they also come over to Grammy’s house to decorate eggs.  I like to do something special for my granddaughters. I always bake cupcakes for them and decorate them with fun toppings for Easter. I usually decorate about half and then let the kids decorate the other half with sprinkles and candy. 
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Filling our Easter baskets

HERSHEY’S has always been a part of our Easter celebration. I load up the Easter baskets with  HERSHEY’S KISSES Milk Chocolates, JOLLY RANCHER Hard Candy, TWIZZLERS Strawberry Twists, REESE’S Peanut Butter Cups and ROLO Candy.

Matter of fact we enjoy all of these candies all year long. I am addicted to  TWIZZLERS Strawberry Twists and I think there would  be an uprising my family if I left out the REESE’S Peanut Butter Cups. 

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Easy Easter Cupcakes with HERSHEY’S Easter Candy

Decorating Easter Cupcakes with the HERSHEY Easter candy line up is so easy. All you need is your favorite cake mix, a can of frosting and a couple of bags of JOLLY RANCHER Easter Lollipops, WHOPPERS Robin Eggs and a bag of JOLLY RANCHER Jelly Beans. You could also use HERSHEY’S KISSES Milk Chocolates for the center of a cupcake.

  Make the cupcakes as directed on the package, swirl the frosting on with a spoon, no need for anything fancy and have fun decorating your easy Easter cupcakes with the HERSHEY’S Easter candy. Let the kids help and they will have a great time.

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Head over to the CelebrateWithHersheys.com for more fun ideas on how you can celebrate Easter with Hershey’s candy. This Easter Critter Cups Crafts is so cute I may have to make these for my granddaughters.

To enter to win a HERSHEY’S Easter Candy prize pack head to the bottom of this post for the rafflecopter entry form.

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Easy Easter Cupcakes with HERSHEY Easter Candy #BunnyTrail
 
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Serves: 24 Cupcakes
Ingredients
  • 1 box of your favorite cake mix
  • 1 container of frosting
  • sprinkles
  • 24 cupcake liners and picks (optional)
  • 1 bag WHOPPERS Robin Eggs
  • 1 bag JOLLY RANCHER Jelly Beans
  • 1 bag JOLLY RANCHER Easter lollipops
Instructions
  1. Bake cupcakes as directed and let cool.
  2. Spread frosting over the top of cupcakes.
  3. Decorate 12 cupcakes with pink sprinkles.
  4. Set one HERSHEY WHOPPER Robin Egg in the center of each cupcake.
  5. For remaining 12 cupcakes create a circle of JOLLY RANCHER Jelly Beans.
  6. Insert a JOLLY RANCHER Easter Lollipop in the center.
  7. Add an Easter pick to each cupcake if desired.
Notes
HERSEY makes it easy to make fun cupcakes that will put a smile on any kids face.
 
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  1. Lynne says

    My favorite Easter tradition is that EVERYONE no matter how old or young goes outdoors to participate in the egg hunt. Everyone has an egg with their name on it, and there are plenty of extra eggs filled with candy or small change. I love that the whole extended family is together, and I have gotten some great photos over the years!

  2. Jeffrey says

    My favorite tradition is the hunt on Easter morning, I get a kick out of watching my boys strategically search for the hidden eggs.

  3. Heidi Bee says

    I love dying Easter Eggs with the kids and reading about Jesus’ Resurrection in the Bible with them!

  4. Mary Happymommy says

    Easter egg hunts are my favorite tradition.

    I like the Hershey’s chocolate covered strawberries recipe–http://www.hersheys.com/celebrate/easter/recipedetail.aspx?id=53

  5. Chris says

    My favorite tradition is honoring Jesus & have a family meal.
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    rafflecopter: Chris

  6. Evie Sells says

    My favorite part of Easter is having the family meal at my home. I enjoy having the family together for the day enjoying good food and making new memories.

  7. Tina W says

    We always have Honey Baked Ham for Easter, and then after the kids pass out from a sugar high the adults all play dominoes.

  8. Deborah Wellenstein says

    We’ve always enjoyed hiding Easter baskets and plastic eggs filled with treats for the kids to find.

  9. Dorothy Teel says

    I love to have my family and grandchildren all over and have a big Easter dinner with all the fixings, and play game.

  10. Mary Cloud says

    My favorite tradition is going to my Grandma’s to eat and watch the kids hunt eggs
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  11. Natalie Lyons says

    I love hiding their Easter baskets in the house and watching them try to find them and then after that, we have the Easter egg hunt outside.

  12. Emilee Bond says

    Our favorite Easter tradition has always been the Easter egg hunt at great grandma’s house. With all of the kids out hunting for eggs!

  13. Ann Marie Mones says

    My favorite was when I was little my parents would hide little stuffed animals, eggs, and things like plastic garden tools around the house for us to find

  14. Karen Propes says

    We love decorating our home for Easter. We also love coloring eggs, it is so much fun watching them work so carefully.

  15. Marti Tabora says

    My favorite Easter tradition is coloring the eggs. I like to try out different methods and really bright colors. Thank you.

  16. Joanne Gregory says

    Our favorite Easter tradition was always the easter egg hunt when the kids were small. Now I hope to do this again with my grandkids!

  17. keshakeke says

    My favorite Easter tradition is going to church with my family and having an Easter lunch followed by an Easter egg hunt for the kids!

  18. Tiffany Dustin says

    Even though I’m almost 30 now, I love bringing my kids to their grandparents houses and doing the easter egg hunts :)

  19. Patrycja Chudziak says

    Our Easter tradition is going to my Mom’s house every Easter where my whole family meets and we go to church then we have a amazing lunch and dinner

  20. Stephen Saunders says

    I love seeing all the Easter stuff in the stores… all the candy and baskets and stuffed bunnies. It’s all so festive.

  21. Jennifer R says

    My favorite Easter tradition is the Easter Egg Hunt. I love stuffing the eggs, hiding them, and then watching my kids’ excitement as they find them and open them.

  22. Jennifer R says

    I visited the Hershey’s site and I think the Cinnamon Chip Muffins Recipe made with HERSHEY’S Cinnamon Chips would be perfect for Easter morning. I would love to make them.

  23. Heather B says

    My favorite Easter tradition is the scavenger hunt we always do with our children. My mother did it when my brother and I were little and now I do it with my 3 children.

  24. Terry Maigi says

    We have a HUGE easter egg hunt every year at my parents house! It is so much fun!! The adults are more competitive than the kids haha!

  25. Rebecca Lock says

    We host an annual Easter Egg Hunt. We fill 2400 eggs and let the kids gather to their hearts content.

  26. Laurie Emerson says

    My favorite Easter tradition is when we dye the eggs the night before. We all do it together as a family.

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