In today’s post: These adorable Easter treats are easy enough for anyone to make! Easy, no stress Easter recipes that your kids can help you make.
Easy Easter Treats
From bunny shaped cinnamon twists to spring colored mini cheesecakes, these fun desserts will help you celebrate the Easter season with your family. All of these recipes are easy enough that the kids will be able to help you make them. And everyone will want to help you eat them! Look for the linked blog name above each photo to find the full recipe for each Easter treat.
Bunny Pretzel Treats
Turn pretzels, white chocolate candy melts, and spring M&Ms into adorable pretzel bunny treats. Get the instructions from It’s Always Autumn.
Cinnamon Sugar Easter Bunny
Kids can help you make a tasty batch of Easter bunnies from frozen puff pastry. Every tender, crispy bite is full of cinnamon sugar, making this treat perfect for Easter brunch. Get the recipe from It’s Always Autumn.
Easter Peeps “Gingerbread” House
Who says gingerbread houses are only for Christmas? Learn how to make an adorable Easter “Gingerbread” house out of graham crackers, candy, and sprinkles. From It’s Always Autumn.
Easter Cookie Cake
Wedges of this cookie cake taste just like your favorite chocolate chip cookies, but thicker and chewier. They’re loaded with candy eggs and Easter M&Ms. Get the recipe from That Skinny Chick Can Bake.
Peeps Rice Krispie Treats
These are fun rice krispie treats with a twist – they’re made with marshmallow Peeps and layered for a beautiful treat. Get the recipe from Yellow Bliss Road.
Bunny Butt Oreo Pops
These cute Oreo pops are easy to make with premade candy bunny feet. Get the recipe from See Vanessa Craft.
Rice Krispie Nests
These simple Easter rice krispie treats are topped with creamy frosting and Easter Egg candies. Easy and adorable! Get the recipe from Lil’ Luna.
Easter Basket Bundt Cake
Transform a simple bundt cake into a stunning Easter dessert filled with chocolate eggs! Get the recipe from I Think We Could Be Friends.
Peanut Butter Haystacks
Crunchy and sweet Easter Egg Peanut Butter Haystacks are an easy no bake treat kids will love helping you make. Ge the recipe from The Novice Chef Blog.
Peeps Race Cars
This adorable dessert can be put together in minutes using Twinkies, pretzels, and marshmallow Bunny Peeps. Get the recipe from Smart School House.
Peanut Butter Eggs
If you love Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, you need to try this simple version you can make at home with just four ingredients! Get the recipe from It’s Always Autumn.
No-Bake Mini Cheesecakes
These cute Easter cheesecakes look impressive with four layers in spring colors, but this is a simple no-bake cheesecake recipe anyone can make. Get the recipe from Sugar Hero.
Peeps Dirt Pudding Cups
The classic dirt pudding recipe gets dressed up with Easter colors and Easter candy in this simple Easter treat. Get the recipe from Diary of a Recipe Collector.
Marbled Easter Cupcakes
These cute cupcakes start with a cake mix that gets a few extra ingredients to make it taste homemade. The pretty marbled pastel colors are perfect for Easter. Get the recipe from Two Sisters Crafting.
Carrot Chocolate Covered Strawberries
These chocolate covered strawberries are dipped and drizzled in orange candy melts to make them look like adorable little carrots. Get the recipe from Lil’ Luna.
Easter Rice Krispie Treats
Turn rice krispie treats into egg shaped pops that get dipped in white almond bark and drizzled with colorful candy melts. Get the recipe from Passion for Savings.
Easter Egg Sugar Cookies
Easter egg sugar cookies are golden brown and crisp on the outside, but soft and tender on the inside. The intricate decorations are actually easy to make using royal icing. Get the recipe from Ahead of Thyme.
M&M Cookie Bars
Graham crackers, oats, chocolate chips, butterscotch chips and M&Ms combine in this pretty Easter dessert. Get the recipe from Passion for Savings.
Easter Egg Pretzel Bark
This pretty bark combines chocolate and peanut butter chips with pretzels, peanuts, and chocolate eggs. Get the recipe from Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen.
Easter Nest Cookies
Cute Easter nest cookies start with refrigerated sugar cookie dough that’s baked and topped with frosting, tinted coconut, and jelly beans. Get the recipe from Pillsbury.
Easter Bunny Cake
Use a cake mix or make your favorite cake from scratch, and then decorate it with Easter bunny Peeps, sprinkles, and candy eggs. Get the recipe from The Baking ChocolaTess.
Bunny Cinnamon Rolls
Easter bunny cinnamon rolls are easy to make with refrigerated cinnamon roll dough. Bake them, then top with the included glaze and Easter sprinkles. Get the recipe from Sweet and Savory Food.
Bird’s Nest Coconut Macaroons
Coconut macaroons only take 4 ingredients and a couple of minutes to whip up. Dip them in dark chocolate and fill them with candy eggs for an easy Easter snack. Get the recipe from Bake Eat Repeat.
Mini Egg Ice Cream
This chocolate ice cream is packed full of crushed mini eggs. It’s an easy no church ice cream variety meaning you don’t need an ice cream maker to make it! Get the recipe from The Baking Explorer.
Double Chocolate Cookies
These from scratch double chocolate cookies are crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside, and filled with white chocolate and candy pieces. Get the recipe from The Busy Baker.
Egg Nest Cookies
Chocolate egg nest cookies are a no bake cookie base plus Cadbury mini eggs. Get the recipe from Oh Sweet Basil.
Chex Mix Bunny Chow is an addictive treat that will disappear quickly! Get the easy recipe from Suburban Simplicity.
Easter Chick Oreo Pops
These simple Easter chick Oreo pops are a big hit with kids! They’re fun to make and fun to share. Get the recipe from It’s Always Autumn.
Funfetti Cake Cookies
These cookies mix up in one bowl in just a few minutes. The springtime colors make them a perfect Easter treat. Get the recipe from Easy Family Recipe Ideas.