Easter desserts are one of the most fun parts of the Easter meal. Why settle for a box of commercial ice cream when it’s so easy to whip up one of these amazing Easter desserts? From pies, to cakes, to crackers to deviled eggs, these Easter desserts are like nothing you or your guests have ever seen. The best part is, they’re all made by people just like you. Just follow the recipes and soon you’ll be enjoying all the compliments from your Easter dinner guests that you’ve been waiting for. We’ve hopped around the web to bring you the best Easter desserts to sweeten your Easter holiday table. Just be warned, these are so cute and delicious you’ll probably be tempted to make more than one!
1. Mini Lemon Cheesecake Pies
These fresh, spring lemon cheesecake pies are made with lemon pie filling. Since they aren’t completely made from scratch, the ease of preparation makes them perfect for a busy Easter holiday. Top with a maraschino cherry or a spoonful of fresh berries.
2. Easy Easter Chocolate Cookie Pizza
Pizza for dessert? Booh-yah! What can you make with a bag of Cadbury Easter Eggs? Why, pizza, of course! This chocolate cookie pizza makes a fun treat for the kids after an Easter egg hunt. You could also serve it on a side buffet table for guests to help themselves. Cut it into pizza slices for easy eating.
3. Peppermint Pattie Easter Bark
Looking for something homemade and delicious to put in the kid’s Easter basket? You could whip up a batch or two of this Peppermint Pattie Easter Bark. Just break into pieces and wrap in colorful single-serve cellophane wrapping paper. Seal with a colored twist tie. You can get supplies like these at your local craft store.
4. Gluten Free Carrot Cake Easter Eggs
Looking to go gluten free this Easter? With these Gluten Free Carrot Cake Easter Eggs you’ll be able to hatch up delicious Easter desserts without intestinal irritation. This recipe uses no refined sugar, either. Just don’t get caught with your paw in the cookie jar!
5. Easter Chick Cupcakes
Cupcakes don’t have to be left out on Easter with this recipe for Easter Chick Cupcakes. Made with vanilla buttercream and a buttermilk cupcake recipe. If time is an issue, you can make the cupcakes ahead, freeze them, and then frost them on Easter morning, just in time for your Easter desserts presentation.
6. Hazelnut Easter Cake
Looking to impress your Easter dinner guests? This Hazelnut Easter Cake is deceptively simple to put together. It’s basically just two cake rounds with frosting in between the layers. Next, drizzle with melted chocolate. Then, top with broken pieces of chocolate Easter eggs and shaved chocolate pieces. For interest, add colored candy Easter eggs.
7. Basket Weave Cupcakes With Bird Nests
These cupcakes will be especially appreciated by the children in your family who are nature lovers. These whimsical Basket Weave Cupcakes With Bird Nests are almost too cute to eat.
8. Deviled Egg Chicks
If you have youngsters in the Easter party, you simply must try making these adorable Deviled Egg Chicks. As the baby chicks peep out from beneath their eggshell cap, kids might almost think they are alive! Made with a simple recipe that includes traditional deviled eggs ingredients.
9. Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Easter Egg Crackers
Here’s another homemade Easter desserts treat that works well as an Easter basket selection. These Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Easter Egg Crackers will fare well inside a pink or blue cellophane wrapping paper and a decorative twist tie. Don’t forget to pick up some cake pop sticks while you’re at the craft store.
10. Spring Lemon Poppy Seed Cake
Finally, for the adults at your Easter party, serve this stunning Spring Lemon Poppy Seed Cake. So beautiful, it steals the show among all your Easter desserts. This is essentially a sponge cake, topped with rhubarb, buttercream and poppy seeds. This cake isn’t exactly low calorie, but it definitely has complex flavors that are best appreciated by mature palettes. In other words, the grownups will love it!
To make your Easter desserts look even more appetizing, use colorful platters and contrasting tableware. Consider setting your Easter desserts on a bed of faux greens to help bring the Spring indoors. Or, you could serve your Easter desserts in kids’ bright Easter baskets instead of on platters. Which one of these Easter desserts entices you the most? What will you be serving at your Easter dinner? Please let us know in the comments section below!
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