Fill Your Baskets With Our Cutest Easter Sweets and Treats
Lemon Bar Peeps®
Sweet and sunny lemon bars are cut out into the Peeps shapes to make charming Easter treats. These cute Easter desserts can be served at an Easter egg hunt after-party or at your family dinner.
Bird's Nests III
Easter Bunny Cake
Shredded coconut doubles as rabbit fur in this deliciously cute take on pound cake. Your kids will be eager to help with this one.
Emily's Famous Marshmallows
"This recipe is AMAZING! These taste exactly like Peeps! Instead of putting the marshmallows in a pan, I put the mixture into a plastic bag, cut a hole in the corner and piped out different shapes. It was so much fun! I will make these again!" — confectionary concoctions
Easter Bird Nest Cupcakes
Chocolate sprinkles, mini candy Easter eggs, and a bird cupcake topper transform simple chocolate cupcakes into next-level cupcake nests.
"This popcorn is an easy and festive way to enjoy Easter candy!," says Kim. "You can use any kind of candy, nuts, or 'mix-ins' that you like! And make sure to adjust the salt at the end, it really helps to balance out the sweetness!"
Sugar Cookie Cups with Coconut Buttercream Frosting
Easter Lamb Cupcakes
Chocolate Covered Easter Eggs
Almond Macaroon Nests
Delicate butter cookies are rolled in coconut and baked with Easter candy eggs nestled into each one.
White Chocolate Easter Bunny Bark
"Easy to make with any combination of cookies, candies, or jelly beans," says Yoly. "Use whatever you like, the sky's the limit. The kids will love this bark for Easter. It's fun to look at and fun to eat."
Mini Cheesecakes III
Cinnamon Roll Bunnies
Nope, it doesn't get much cuter than bunny-shaped cinnamon rolls. Watch the video to see how to make them using refrigerated cinnamon dough.
Easter Creme Egg® Rocky Road
Gooey rocky road gets a pastel makeover thanks to creme eggs, mini chocolate eggs, and marshmallows.