Easter Candy Bark
This colorful bark studded with sweet treats is as fun to make as it is to eat. Kids can customize their own tasty creations using melted white chocolate and favorite candies from their Easter baskets.
The best place for chocolate eggs? Inside a sweet nest, of course. Four ingredients and 10 minutes are all you need for these adorable Easter brunch bites made with store-bought donuts and shredded coconut.
Individual, ready-to-”tweet” pie crusts get these cheery chicks on the table in just 15 minutes. Vanilla instant pudding and prepared lemon curd make up the sweet-tangy filling decorated with chocolate chip eyes and fruity candy wings and beaks.
This 3-ingredient snack makes a fun after-school munchy or eye-catching addition to the Easter appetizer tray. Soft wedges of mild cheese coated with shredded cheddar and topped with a parsley stem become savory, spreadable “carrots” served with your favorite crackers.
Better-for-you ingredients like yogurt and fresh fruit deliver spring flavors with a side of Easter magic in this cottontail-inspired cake. A luscious cream cheese frosting, sliced berries, carrots, and bananas adorn a funny bunny face made easy with boxed cake mix.
The flavors of traditional deviled eggs take on adorable new life in these two-bite chicks garnished with capers and fresh dill. Fast-track the zippy egg yolk filling flavored with mustard and pickle juice by making it in the food processor before piping into hardboiled whites.
No one can resist the combination of sweet and salty, especially when it looks like a fluffy Easter bunny. Crushed pineapple adds sweetness and moisture to fruity cupcakes coated in coconut “fur” and decorate with crunchy pretzel sticks and colorful sprinkles.