Bunny Bites ~ Easter Themed Chip n' Dip
There is nothing I like more than creating fun holiday snacks that are both super simple, healthy, and insanely fun for the kids to help make. My girls are truly wonderful little helpers...and they love mixing paints, making slime, stirring up homemade potions and perfumes, and basically anything that satisfies their creative sides and make me a mess:)
In honor of the approaching Easter holiday, we put together these easy (air fryer!!) Easter Bunny tortilla chips to set atop your favorite holiday dip and hop on into Spring with....
Supplies You Will Need:
~ tortillas (corn, flour, or even low carb)
~ bunny cookie cutter (we got ours HERE)
~ food coloring (I used liquid but gel works too!)
~ unused paint brushes or a paper towel
~ cooking spray
~ sea salt
1. Lay out your tortillas on a clean, cutting-safe surface. Using your cookie cutter, press down firmly into your tortilla and try and fit as many bunny shapes into the tortilla as possible.
2. In as many small bowls as colors you want, mix a few drops of water with a few drops of food coloring. Using the paper towel or paint brush, apply the coloring mixture to the cut out tortillas. Allow to dry for 10-15 minutes.
3. Set the bunny tortilla chips onto your air fryer basket (making sure to spread them out so they aren't touching).
4. Spray lightly with cooking spray and sprinkle with course sea salt.
5. Place your tortilla chips in the air fryer set to 350 degrees. Air fry for two minutes and then flip the chips, add a bit of cooking spray and salt to the opposite side, and continue to air fry for another 3 minutes (or until they are golden & crispy).
6. Set atop your favorite guacamole or snack dip & enjoy!
One thing I often hear is a concern for waste when you use cookie cutters for sandwiches or other treats. In order to avoid being wasteful, I sliced up the remaining tortillas after cutting out the bunny shapes, tossed them in a bit of olive oil, sea salt, and pepper, and baked for 5-10 minutes at 375 degrees ~ perfect for a crunchy topping over salads!
Such a fun and simple way to get into the Easter spirit!