With the chocolate bunnies and eggs, Easter is the perfect time to make treats. My grandma and I had a tradition of making different treats every Easter, which is a custom I still have. During all those years of making Easter treats, I have gathered a vast pool of Easter treat ideas that I would love to share with you.
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Chocolate Easter Egg Nest Cake
Much easier to make than it looks, this Chocolate Easter Egg Nest Cake is a showstopper that won’t leave you indifferent. Perfect for an Easter centerpiece, it combines chocolate delicacy with the playful appearance of the nest.
Bunny-Shaped Sugar Cookies
These adorable sugar cookies are a standard part of my Easter table. They are easy to make, and you can make them a day ahead for a relaxed and stress-free Easter day.
Carrot Cake Truffles
Carrot Cake Truffles are a creative twist on a classic Easter flavor. These bite-sized DIY easy Easter treats are a great way to enjoy the taste of carrot cake with a fraction of the effort.
Easter Egg Brownies
These brownies will take your Easter to another level. Fudgy, chocolatey, and chewy, they will delight your loved ones, making your sweet Easter even sweeter.
If you feel creative, these Easter goodies are the perfect way to have fun without spending too much time and energy. Give them a chance to impress your guests as well as treat yourself to a delicious sweet treat.
Hot Cross Buns
A traditional Easter treat, these soft and spiced buns are marked with a cross and are ideal for a more traditional gathering. I usually serve them as breakfast, but you can also serve them as a snack or a dessert.
Easter Egg Rocky Road
This is a no-bake treat filled with chocolate, marshmallows, and chopped Easter eggs. If you don’t feel like baking, you will definitely enjoy this Easter treat.
Mini Egg Cheesecake Bars
These cream and colorful treats crammed with mini eggs will definitely put a smile on your guests’ faces, especially if you have kiddos running around.
Lemon Lavender Shortbread Cookies
A little more demanding (nothing you can’t handle), these cookies are a sophisticated treat and add a layer of elegance to your Easter table. I put them into my Easter rotation only a couple of years ago, and they have managed to find a permanent place in my heart and my recipe book.
Bunny Bait Snack Mix
If you like flavor fusion, this sweet and salty snack will perfectly fit you. It is easy to make, bringing color and cheer to your gathering.
Carrot Patch Cupcakes
Perfect to bring to school, appearance isn’t the only thing these treats bring. Delicious and cheerful, these Easter treats for school really do bring out the Easter spirit, adding a wholesome dimension to your gathering or your little one’s school day.
Easter Candy Bark
Ideal if you like DIY projects and even better if you have your little helpers at home, this treat is perfect for using up any leftover candy.
I have made traditional Easter treats for the year; I warmly recommend them to you if you are looking for a wholesome holiday gathering.
Easter Egg Cookie Dough Truffles
If you like decorating but baking is something other than your thing, give these treats a chance. These Ideal Easter snacks for school are delightful bite-sized Easter treats your guests will want seconds of!
Fun, traditional, and creative bunny pancakes are a delicious way to start your Easter day. Perfect for a family breakfast to start the Easter festivities.
Creme Egg Cupcakes
For those who love a creamy delight, these treats are a decadent way to tell your family you love them.
Easter Peep Martini
Reserved for an adult-only gathering, this is a festive and fun mix between a treat and a drink you will definitely enjoy. I hosted an Easter garden a few years ago and featured these Easter treats for adults, and I recommend them to you if you plan on having your Easter gathering outside.
Italian Easter Bread
Easter Bread is a long-lasting tradition in my family, and I haven’t had an Easter where this bread wasn’t on the table. If you don’t mind breaking a little sweat, this treat is absolutely worth the effort.
Chocolate Bunny Silhouettes
These are fun and creative Easter treats best suited for creative peeps with a lazy side. These bunnies add a festive dimension without draining your energy.
Lemon Curd Filled Easter Eggs
Tangy and fruity, these refreshing treats will add a zesty twist to your Easter table. I love them as part of an Easter brunch followed by a mimosa cocktail but feel free to serve them any way you like.
Rainbow Jelly Bean Bark
This colorful and festive treat is perfect for Easter, and your guests will gasp long after. Whether you host an adult-only or a kid-friendly gathering, these treats will awaken the child in each one of you!
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