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15 April Fools’ Day Tricks … That Are Actually Treats!

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April Fools’ pranks can be fun, especially when everyone gets in on the delicious action! We’ve scoured the web for 15 of the most clever April Fools’ Day food tricks that aren’t just fun … they’re fun to eat! From breakfast to dinner, your April Fools’ Day is sure to be a sneaky snap with these fabulous recipes!

Good Morning! 1 of 10
Wake your kids up with a classic breakfast of fried eggs … or is it yogurt and peaches?!

Get this recipe from Babble Food
Morning Prank 2 of 10
Start your day off right with this April Fools' breakfast of frozen cereal bowls!

Get this recipe from Clean and Scentsible
Fried Rice Fun 3 of 10
Toss together some Fried Rice Cupcakes and watch your family delight in the not-so-savory surprise!

Get this recipe from Babble Food
Happy Pot Pie 4 of 10
Chicken Pot Pie for dinner. Chicken Pot Pie for dessert. You can have it all with these fun recipes!

Get this recipe from Snixy Kitchen
Grilled Cheese Goodness 5 of 10
Grilled Cheese is perfect for … dessert? It is when you spread cheese-colored frosting between two slices of poundcake!

Get this recipe from Tablespoon
Get the Dirt 6 of 10
Toss together a plate of "Worms in Dirt" … and discover how healthy this sneaky (and beautiful!) Hijiki Salad is!

Get this recipe from Delish
Rice Scream 7 of 10
Rice Cream Cones look just as good as their doppelganger, but come with squeals of delight when your little eaters discover they aren't ice cream cones at all, but Rice Krispie Treats!

Get this recipe from Parade's Community Table
Cob Love 8 of 10
Corn on the Cob for Spring? You can serve up a fresh batch of these cute cupcakes and no one will complain!

Get this recipe from Martha Stewart
Irish Potatoes 9 of 10
Little two-bite "potatoes" are just as fun to make as they are to eat!

Get this recipe from Baked Bree
Taco Time 10 of 10
Everyone loves tacos for dinner… especially when they're sweet and deliciously adorable like these ones!

Get this recipe from Taste of Home
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