Here is a collection of websites which offer fun Easter desserts you can make at home with or without the help of the kids. Even if you don’t follow these recipes, they can assist you in getting the creative juices flowing by providing you with Easter dessert ideas.
No matter what holiday or special occasion is just around the corner, the Martha Stewart website has a plethora of crafts and recipes; and Easter is no exception. Check out these Nesting Baby-Bluebird Cupcakes. For other Easter dessert ideas by Martha, click here.
Check out this adorable Easter Bunny Cake recipe. If you’re a novice in the kitchen, don’t be intimidated by how awesome this cake looks; the recipe is super easy to follow, and even uses a cake mix and pre-made frosting. Betty Crocker has several other Easter dessert ideas and recipes here.
Rather than buying them, why not make your own melt-in-your-mouth chocolate Easter eggs? Just looking at this peanut butter Easter eggs recipe makes you start to drool. Don’t like peanut butter? This recipe shows you how to make coconut Easter eggs.
This website is one of our all-time favourites, so it’s a given that we’d include an Easter dessert recipe found at this site. Our very own Kelly Zwicker makes this braided Easter egg bread every year and swears by it. Mmmm. For other fun Easter desserts found at Allrecipes.com, click here.
This Disney website has some excellent Easter dessert ideas and recipes you can make with the kids. One in particular is this Carrot Patch Cookies recipe. These are so cute and creative (the carrots are made from Mike and Ike candies!). For more Easter dessert ideas from this website, click here.
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Do you have fun Easter desserts that you make every year with the kids? We would love to hear about your Easter dessert ideas and favourite recipes!