March 31, 2015

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DIY Easter treat with the NEW Pirate's Booty Carrot Snacks @piratesbooty #sp

Pirate's Booty's NEW Carrot Snacks are out just in time for Easter. Launched this month, Carrot Snacks are the new baked carrot and corn snacks from Pirate's Booty, made with real carrots and loaded with Vitamin A.

Made with real carrots and corn, Pirate's Booty Carrot Snacks are baked to create a crispy puff that is not only tasty but also provides an excellent source of Vitamin A. Certified gluten-free, the carrot puffs are a brand-new option in the snack aisle, with 0g of trans fat per serving and no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

If you are looking for a fun Easter treats, then this non-candy Easter "carrot" snack would be a great addition to your kids Easter basket, or a great treat to pass out at your Easter egg hunt!


What you will need:
  • 12 inch  cone frosting bags (I used Wilton brand)
  •  Pirate's Booty's NEW Carrot Snacks
  • Green ribbon 
  • Small rubber bands
  • Scissors
Instructions:
  1. Fill the cone-shaped bag with the desired amount of Pirate's Booty's NEW Carrot Snacks and secure with a small rubber brand
  2. Tie some raffia ribbon around the top, then trim with scissors. I cut mine and fanned it out.
  3.  Fill the Easter basket!
About Pirate Brands
Pirate Brands has been creating deliciously baked snack treasures since 1987. Pirate Brands was founded on the belief that you shouldn't have to "snackrifice" taste and fun for products made with goodness. Pirate Brands' snacks, which include Pirate's Booty, Smart Puffs and Original Tings, are free from fryers and ingredients you can't pronounce, Arr. For more information, please visit www.piratebrands.com.


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