Every BUNNY needs a little TRAIL MIX for the trip down the trail…adorable favor bags and a fun Bunny Trail Mix recipe, too!

I had these carrot-shaped bags made using burlap and a cute polka dot print fabric.  Topped with striped green material to resemble grass and ribbon to pull to close, these bags make an adorable favor bag for an Easter party!  See a tutorial on making these bags at the end of the post.

carrot themed trail mix bags

Lauren McKinsey has designed this whimsical bunny for her Easter collection- when I saw them, I knew they would be perfect for the carrot-shaped treat bags!  Lauren McKinsey was kind enough to whip up some tags especially for this project!  I love how they turned out!

Lauren McKinsey didn’t leave out the boys!  Boyish and equally-adorable bunnies in blue for the fellas!

These favor bags were designed to hold Bunny Trail Mix~perfect for a party or an Easter-themed snack! Here is the easy recipe…

Annie’s Homegrown (Organic) Cheddar Bunnies- found at Publix, Target, Earth Fare

Pastel M&M’s



Combine all ingredients in a large bowl.  Scoop into individual cellophane bags and secure.  Serve in carrot shaped bags with a creative gift tag and enjoy!

For MORE Easter cuteness, you must stop by and see Lauren McKinsey’s 2012 Collection for Easter!

I was so excited to see my favor bag idea come to life!  Loaded with burlap, fabrics, and ribbon- I stopped by Andrew Downs and Co. and they were able to make the idea a reality.  They also offer a tutorial on how to make your own here.

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