PART OF Easter

Easter Treats for Kids

If your little ones are eagerly hopping around the house waiting for Easter, have them help with these cute-as-a-button sweets for the holiday table.

Peeps S'mores

"Your kids and their friends will devour these! We tried them warm and at room temp, and all preferred room temp."

-JamminJulie

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

"These little bunnies are sure to make the kids smile! Use any kind of small candy for decorating (jelly beans, mini M&Ms, sweeTARTS, tropical Skittles). Your effort will pay off!"

-Julia Lynn

Chocolate Cream-Filled Easter Eggs

"What a wonderful and easy-to-make Easter treat! Everyone who tried them loved them, and they were impressed by the yellow 'yolk' center. I highly recommend these!"

-dizzydi

Easter Bunny Racers

"This is such a great idea! My parents had just as much fun making them as my 8-year-old and 11-year-old. We assembled them on Saturday night, and all the kids had them for dessert after the Easter egg hunt on Sunday."

-QueenJellyBean

Easter Egg Nest Treats

With a Rice Krispies treat base, these nests are a cinch to prepare. Make them the day-of and fill with your favorites: coconut, marshmallows, jelly beans or chocolate eggs!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs

Skip the pricey name-brand treats, and still give kids what they want, with these perfect creamy chocolate replicas.

Nutter Butter Easter Chicks

"I wanted something to go with the Nutter Butter Easter Bunnies I recently made. These little chicks were just right. They are super easy to make and look adorable."

-Kathy at Food.com

Easter Basket Cupcakes

"Delicious and oh so pretty! These were the highlight of our Easter meal. The cupcakes are extremely moist and would be a great go-to recipe even without the Easter toppings."

-CaliforniaJan

Rice Krispies Easter Treats

"This recipe is quick and easy, and it's perfect as a sweet Easter gift. You can make various shapes depending on the cookie cutters you use."

-Lalaloula

Bunny Dessert Salad

"My kids had a lot of fun making this. I put a picture on the table with all the ingredients in bowls, and they had a blast."

-BestTeenChef

Easter Nests with Jelly Bean Eggs

"These were so cute! I used mini muffin tins to form the nests and let my 2-year-old 'help' by putting the jelly beans on top. He loved it!"

-Lil Sis

Bunny in a Cup

"I did these in mini graham cracker crusts and made them with banana pudding instead of vanilla. The kids will love them!"

-Wildflour

Gluten-Free Cherry Coconut Easter Eggs

"These were absolutely delicious. I used low-fat sweetened condensed milk, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. They taste just like a Mounds candy bar, only better."

-Yankiwi

Bunny Bread

"This is filled with raisins, chocolate chips, and cinnamon and sugar. The M&M's colors run, so place them on after baking."

-Rita~

Easter Peeps Pots de Creme

"What a cute and tasty dessert! I love anything with lemon, and this was no exception. I will be making these again."

-Calee

Nutter Butter Easter Bunnies

"These bunnies were so cute; I knew I had to give them a try! If you like these bunnies, make the Nutter Butter Easter Chicks too!"

-Kathy at Food.com

Bonus: Deviled Egg Chicks

"My 6-year-old had a great time putting the eyes and beaks on! The chicks will probably become a fun Easter tradition at our house!"

-TnuSami

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