Finding trick foods doesn’t have to be hard. Simply use your imagination (or some of these silly recipes) to prank your family and friends!
Want to prank your family or friends for April Fool’s Day… or just because? One of the easiest ways to prank people is to mess with their food… but not something mean like replacing sugar with salt in their coffee. No, these trick foods are unexpected but fun. And they’re still tasty, too, so that’s a bonus. Make one of these fun foods today, you little trickster!
Trick Foods for the Funnest Pranks Ever
Can you believe these corn dogs are really cake pops? They look so real! She shows you exactly how to make them yourself.
Isn’t this the evilest thing you’ve ever seen… expecting donuts to find vegetables?!
Spaghetti and meatball cupcakes are a fun surprise.
Feeling hungry? How about snacking on some used band-aids? These are sure to get an “eww!” from the kids before they realize what they are.
Always eat your peas and carrots! You’ll have no problem getting your kids to eat these… they’re made out of green skittles and orange starbursts. Clever!
Since April Fool’s Day is so close to Easter, you should have plenty of those little chocolate eggs around. Save the wrappers, and wrap grapes in them to trick your kids at lunchtime.
Okay, so this isn’t totally mean, but your family may think it is. Make English muffins look like donuts.
Have dog food for breakfast! It’s really Cocoa Puffs and a biscuit in the shape of a dog bone. (I can’t find the original source for this pin, so if it’s your project, let us know!)
These dog poop cookies have such an ick factor that I’m not sure I could eat them with a straight face… but the ingredients sound tasty, anyway.
Don’t forget these trick foods as well!
Here we have some tasty potato-shaped sweets. They’re made from cream cheese, butter, powdered sugar, and walnuts. Sounds good to me!
These hamburger cupcakes and cookie fries will take a bit of work to put together, but can you imagine the delight on your kids’ faces when they get to eat them for lunch or dinner? Mom of the year!
This bucket of fried chicken looked so realistic that I had no idea it was really a dessert made with cereals, marshmallows, chocolate and pretzels.
Make savory cinnamon rolls! These are filled with pulled pork and BBQ sauce, but honestly, they sound really tasty to me. That could be because I love BBQ, though.
This chicken NOT pie looks like the real thing! They’re made with pudding, candy, and a sweet pie crust.
Put this dessert pizza in a real pizza box to surprise your family at dinnertime.
Pair these apple fries with a raspberry or strawberry dipping sauce, and anyone who takes a bite will get a real shock to the taste buds!