Get ready for the bunny with these 22 Totally Delicious Easter Treats!
With Easter just around the color you’re going to want to make some delicious Easter Treats. Make them for you kids, your church group, for the school party, or hand them out as a gift!
Easter Treats For Kids
One of the easiest ways to hype your kids up for Easter, is by baking yummy Easter treats together! These Easter treat recipes would be really fun to have at a family gathering, or just as an excuse to get in the kitchen and bake with your kids.
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Easter Treats Your Kids Will Love!
Aw, these little cookies look just like bunny tails! They’re delicious, sweet, chocolately, and full of shredded coconut.
Easter Muddy Buddies
Reeses Chocolate Bunny
Turn a Reese’s into a Reese’s Chocolate Bunny – kids love this one! They can help put them together! Just need Reeses in all shapes, graham crackers, frosting, and food coloring!
This pink, blue, and yellow layered Easter Cake, from The Gunny Sack, is absolutely beautiful, and would make the perfect centerpiece on your Easter dinner table!
Easter Rice Krispie Treats
Lil Luna‘s Easter Bark is so amazing. It’s sure to be a crowd pleaser! Plus it only takes 3 ingredients! It looks festive and delicious, and is simple. Can’t ask for more than that.
Easter Treats That Will Be The Talk Of Your Easter Dinner
Nothing brightens up the table for your Easter dinner like a vibrant Easter treat as your centerpiece!
Peep Rice Krispie Treats
Yellow Bliss Road‘s layered Peeps Rice Krispie Treats are so colorful and fun for Easter. It could be a fun twist if you use different flavored peeps as well. Maybe not all together, but adding 1 flavor.
These Easter Cheesecake bunnies from Living Locurto are all I want in my Easter basket this year! They are super cute and delicious! Who doesn’t love strawberry and Easter cheesecake? It’s the perfect Easter treat.
Carrot Rice Krispie Treats
They look just like a carrot but they’re actually Carrot Rice Krispie Treats, from Frugal Coupon Living. Don’t worry, it isn’t carrot flavored or anything, they just look like carrots!
Bunny Butt Cookies
Pillsbury‘s Bunny Butt Cookies are beyond adorable! They have a fluffy tail and little feet and toe beans! I love them so much!
This Marshmallow Dessert, from Butter With a Side of Bread, is like a Rice Krispie treat and a cookie combined with lots of marshmallows. Yum!
Swimming Peeps Jello Cups
The First Year Blog‘s Swimming Peeps Jello cups is a great idea. These are funny because they look like a tiny Peeps swimming pool! It’s super clever and the concept could also be used later for a summer treat as well.
Betty Crocker‘s Easter Cake features bunnies in the garden, and it’s the sweetest! It literally looks like a cute little carrot garden with colorful bunnies everywhere.
The 36th Avenue‘s Easter Cookies are a simple dessert, with fun pastel colors for Easter. Sometimes less is more and that is definitely the case as these are still delicious.
Bunny Bites Recipes
These bunny bites recipe is in the shape of a bunny – how fun! Loving this sweet idea from No. 2 Pencil!
Bunny Trail Mix Recipe
This Bunny Trail Mix recipe is festive, simple, and the perfect Easter treat for kids from Hostessatheheart. This would a be a particularly good Easter dessert for toddlers. It isn’t too messy and not overly sweet or crazy.
Easter M&M Cookies
Easter M&M’s Cookies, from The Rebel Chick, are one of the easiest desserts to make! Plus they’re small and bite sized. They are one of the best Easter treats because they are small and simple.
Jelly Belly Recipes
How amazing does Shugary Sweets‘ Jellybean Fudge sound? This is one of the more unique Jelly Belly recipes I’ve ever heard of. Will definitely satisfy that sweet tooth!
Easter Dirt Pudding Recipe
A Zesty Bite‘s Easter Dirt Pudding Recipe is a fun twist on the classic dirt and worms! Instead of gummy worms add peeps and chocolate eggs! I think I like this recipe better than the dirt and worms recipes.
Healthy Easter Treats
Last but not least, we can’t forget some healthy Easter treats for kids! Here are a couple of “bonus” ideas to celebrate Easter, that are small on processed sugar, and big on creativity!
Kids will be so excited to help make their own Fruit Kabobs! The best part is, you make these with colorful pinwheels so you can play with them afterwards!
Foodlet‘s Grape Caterpillars will be the cutest addition to your plate this Easter. It’s bright, fresh, and can still be fun.
Healthy Baby Easter Treat
This one isn’t really a “treat”, but Roxy’s Kitchen‘s Egg Easter Bunny is the perfect Easter breakfast!
More Easter Fun!
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- Easter Math Fun!
- One Creative Way To Change Up Your Easter Egg Hunt This Year
- Colorful Paper Easter Eggs
- 35 Ways To Decorate Easter Eggs
- 15 Fun and Yummy Peeps Recipes to Try This Easter!
- 25+ Easter Coloring Pages for Kids
Comment below with your family’s favorite Easter treat!