Spring DIY: Goldfish Filled Carrots for Easter Baskets

Easter is just around the corner and I’ve been on the prowl for some Easter goodies to make for Truett’s class.  I’ve seen these ‘Easter Carrots‘ before but most of them were filled with candy; reese’s pieces, orange jelly beans, orange m&ms, etc.  Because there is a little girl in Truett’s class that’s allergic to red dye (and yes, orange stuff does have red dye in it), I chose to use Goldfish Crackers.   They’ll need something ‘bready’ to soak up sugar from all that Easter candy anyways!

These Easter carrots are one of the easiest crafts to make and will make your little bunny grin from ear to ear.  Truett helped me by cutting ribbon so let your kiddos help if possible. It just makes the experience that much more fun!  You can find Easter crafts & recipes at Walmart (which is where I bought mine) and be sure to check back soon. I’ll be posting a couple of other easy goodies that anyone can make!

Goldfish Filled Carrots for Easter Baskets

Ingredients & Supplies

  • Goldfish Crackers
  • Wilton Disposable Decorator Bags
  • Green Ribbon


  1. Filled your decorator bag with Goldfish crackers.
  2. Tie with green ribbon.

Quick notes

I cut off the excess bag so that it didn’t show as much. I also only filled the bag half way. You could make bigger carrots though if you wanted!  Also, I found that it made the green tail more full if I tied each piece of ribbon separately and on opposite sides.  And to make it look perky, instead of falling towards the carrot, I tied a ribbon around the base of all the ties.  You might be able to find different ribbon that works better but we had a limited selection.


Try using orange candy too!


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    Cat Davis says

    Look at you Miss Creative! Those are such a cute idea. Now if I could only send “homemade” treats to preschool. :(

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      I know a lot of school are like that. Such a bummer!!! I guess since we’re still such a small school, they don’t mind. I had fun doing this and even trying to take a good photo! LOL I’m starting way early I know……I can’t wait to see what you do. You’re a master at decorative food! :)

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    What beautiful way to welcome Easter. For the first time ( and I am excited about it) I see eggs so sheeny and in my favorite colors (mauve).

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    Terra Heck says

    Very neat Easter idea! Will have to make some up for our family’s annual Easter get-together.

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    Val says

    I love this idea! Wonder if I can sneak baskets over to a couple of neices houses before they wake up like my aunt did a couple of times. These carrots are making me crave pizza flavored gold fish lol

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    Catalina Green says

    This yr I am making an edible centerpc . This is a great idea to add. Thanks!!

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    Shannon Keaton says

    not sure how to tie the ribbon please help would love to make these..