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Lemon Scented Sugar Cube Easter Eggs
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Here's a fun edible art activity for bunnies of all ages. Get creative with this super easy kitchen activity. Press your sugar cube Easter eggs into molds, or use small cookie cutters to make festive shapes. Add these to your Easter basket or use to decorate your Easter table.

Prep time
Plan for

Dry 24 hours

10-24 depending on size
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Lemon Scented Sugar Cube Easter Eggs
Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
Prep time :
Plan For

Dry 24 hours

Yield :
10-24 depending on size



  1. Mix sugar, water, and lemon extract until it resembles wet sand. If it is too dry, add a drop or two more water. If it is too wet, add a bit more sugar.
  2. Separate into bowls, and add a few drops of food coloring to each bowl. Mix until the color is combined throughout. (Start small as gel food coloring goes a long way.)
  3. Spoon into molds and let sit for 24 hours. Gently turn out of molds and display.  OR: 
  4. You can also pack sugar into a cookie cutter, then gently and carefully push it out of the mold onto wax paper. Work your way around the shape in order to push the sugar cube out on all sides at the same time, keeping the shape in place on the wax paper. Let dry for at least an hour before moving to drying rack. For the next 24-hours, gently flip sugar shapes several times to encourage drying. Repeat until completely dry.


We chose lemon extract, but you could use any flavoring you prefer. 

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