Easter calls for a celebration of new life, knowing that we have a lot to look forward to! Celebrate this day with some amazing desserts that are just adorable.
Easter is a significant day for Christians who celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is a day to spend with family and remember all that one can be thankful for.
And while we are giving thanks, we also come out of the Lenten fasting with a celebratory family meal. In our East Indian culture, we also give Easter eggs made from marzipan as gifts to friends and family. And of course, make more than enough for ourselves too!
In many cultures and countries, making bunny-shaped cookies or eggs shaped chocolates is a tradition too. If you’re tired of making your regular recipes for Easter, try one of these. From cookies to cakes and marzipan eggs, making these Easter treats will be a good bit of family fun.
1. Easter Sour Cream Sugar Cookies with Cream Cheese Frosting
If you’re looking for a recipe for perfect sugar cookies this Easter, then we’ve got you’ve covered! These delicious but easy Easter sour cream sugar cookies with a cream cheese frosting are light and fluffy, and they are perfect for cutting into fun shapes with cookie cutters!
Need a fun treat to make for an Easter get together? Make these darling Easter Nest Sugar Cookie Cups! Sugar cookie dough cooked in a muffin tin, filled with vanilla frosting, topped with green-tinted coconut and M&M eggs – so cute and great for spring!
These birds nest cookies are super easy to make and just require 7 ingredients! They can easily be made paleo or vegan. This Easter cookie recipe is also an easy one for kids to help with and uses pantry ingredients.
These Mini Easter Pavlovas have a chocolate swirled pavlova base and are topped with coconut whipped cream, shredded coconut, and Cadbury Mini Eggs. They make for a fun and delicious Easter dessert, but the mini pavlova base can be made any time of year!
This hot cross bun ice cream is a yummy twist on traditional hot cross buns with a crunchy hot cross bun topping. It has all the wonderful spices you love in hot cross buns with plump sultanas and tangy mixed peel.
A delicious chocolate layer cake topped with all your favorite Easter candy. This year I wanted to go all-out with our Easter cake. And what better way to decorate our Easter cake than with all of our favorite Easter candy?
17. Vegan Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs (Gluten-free)
These decadent vegan dark chocolate Easter eggs are filled with a silky chocolate peanut butter dessert hummus! Trust me, Kids and adults (vegan or not!) will all love this special Easter treat! The dark chocolate eggs are naturally gluten-free, dairy-free, and free of refined sugar.
This Easter Creme Egg Swiss Roll has a delicious whipped creamy Cadbury Easter Creme egg filling wrapped up in a light and airy sponge cake, then covered in chocolate frosting and adorned with Easter creme eggs and mini eggs. It’s a fun and whimsical cake to make and the perfect Easter cake centerpiece!
A delicious take on the favorite Easter cake! Everything you love about a classic spiced carrot cake rolled up with a velvety cream cheese frosting for an impressive and fun dessert. The cake is moist and tender, while the cream cheese frosting adds a layer of sweetness both inside and out for the perfect balance of cake and frosting in every bite.
Why have cheesecake when you can have Easter Egg cheesecake?! This is a chocolate Easter egg half, filled with a creamy chocolate cheesecake filling, hiding a crumbly biscuit base below, and drizzle chocolate on top. It’s heavenly!
Easter Oreos are a fun and colorful treat that is not just perfect for Easter, but all sorts of holidays and special occasions. Chocolate dipped Oreo cookies are easy, affordable, and a hit with both kids and adults alike.
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