15 Easy Easter Treats To Make
Every Easter part of my larger extended family gets together for our annual family Easter Egg Hunt. It is typically held in the afternoon, after Sunday Easter service and after lunch and everyone brings an Easter Treat.
In the past, we used to wear our most fancy dresses to the afternoon event, and I have many childhood memories of greeting my Grandma Rose all dressed up in a dress carrying my Easter basket.
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“My babies, oh my babies are here” she would chant as my brother and I entered the home where it was being hosted. To this day, as our family has grown, and some have passed, including my wonderful Grandma Rose, we still carry on this tradition with the family and friends who choose to attend.
One of the things we do is have dessert every year while the “egg hiders” hide all the eggs for the kids.
I am obviously no longer an egg hunter, but I bring my kids to this event who are the new “egg hunters”, and now I am one of the moms who makes and brings dessert.
What Kind of Dessert?
Over the years as I great out of the egg hunter stage and prior to having children, I started to bring store-bought cookies and cakes. And while they were good to eat, there is just not any flare to them.
And so, in recent years, I have started searching out for some good and tasty unique treats to bring to the family egg hunt.
I’m sharing with you some of my favorites I found in the search, along with the links to where you can find these yummy delicious oh-so-cute recipes!!
Enjoy! Here they are…
These look so divine, and who doesn’t love Cookie Dough?? Super cute too! The original recipe can be found on Taste of Home.
2). Unicorn Crack!
Amy over at Living Locurto created this gorgeous Unicorn Bark! I just might be making this soon!
3). Easter Bunny Peep Race Cars
Aren’t these the absolute cutest thing you ever did see? Wonderful DIY has the easy to follow recipe here.
4). Three Minute Easter Fluff!
This yummy fluff is from Trish over on Mom On Timeout! If you need something super quick and FAST… this is your recipe!
5) Bunny Bum Snowball Cupcakes at Craft-O-Maniac
6) Gold Leaf Eggs at A Pumpkin and a Princess
7). Key Lime Bundt Cake at The 36th Avenue.
8). Carrot Chocolate Covered Strawberries at Lil’ Luna.
9). Cake Batter Puppy Chow at Tidy Mom
10). Spring Time Pretzels from TwoSistersCrafting
11). Easter Dirt Cake from Lilluna
12). Bunny Butt Cake from Julie Blanner
You can easily create this with this pan as well and add the feet.
14). Cadbury Egg Brownies by Cincy Shopper
15). Egg Hunt Blondies from The Anthony Kitchen
There ya have it!! What will you be doing for Easter? Leave me a comment and let me know!
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