Easter Dessert Ideas

With Easter Sunday just around the corner, I am so excited to share these Easter Desserts to put you in the egg-hunting mood! Celebrate with bunny-eared cupcakes, chocolate covered eggs, and so much more!

With a ton of sunshine lately, I can finally feel spring coming on! Last year I was totally late to the game, so this year I am trying to get ahead to be ready for Easter! I’m even trying to fill the Easter eggs for our Easter Egg Hunt ahead of time! But in the meantime, I’ve been dreaming of other ways to celebrate Easter and creating special moments! With the kids getting older, they have been able to really celebrate more holidays throughout the year. This has inspired me to find fun and simple traditions to create with the whole family! Also, I just really enjoy being able to spread joy to all of those around me! If you’re looking for festive and fun Easter dessert ideas to celebrate with, try thinking of ways to add chocolate eggs, chocolate bunnies, and cotton candy into everyday recipes or activities. You never know, even the simplest of ideas might bring a smile to a loved one’s face this Easter season.

Vanilla Cotton Candy Easter Cupcakes

Doesn’t cotton candy just bring you back to the first time you ever went to the carnival? The pink and blue pastels can always brighten-up the day! Pack two of these Vanilla Cotton Candy Easter Cupcakes in a cute box to bring Easter joy to a coworker’s day! (via The Sweetest Occasion)

Easter Bunny Coconut Cupcakes

Did you know that coconuts are in season all year round? So why not make an Easter Sunday dessert like these Bunny Coconut Cupcakes! Such adorable little bunnies would be a wonderful surprise gift to give to the neighbors. (via Styling My Everyday)

Candy Nests

These Candy Nests are the cutest! Just grab store-bought cotton candy and speckled eggs to throw together the sweetest treat for your friends! (via Paper & Stitch)

Speckled Egg Cake

This Speckled Egg Cake is gorgeous! And, you know me, I just love the incorporation of pink. ;) Put together this gorgeous cake and share a BIG slice with the ones you love! (via A Beautiful Mess)

Easter Nest Sugar Cookies

You can’t have Easter without chocolate eggs, right?! These Easter Nest Sugar Cookies freshen up any day with their green frosting. After the kids come back from their Easter egg hunt, treat them to even more fun surprises! (via Seeded at the Table)

Easter Carrot Cake

No Easter passes by in our house without carrot cake! I’m obsessed with the decoration on this Easter Carrot Cake, complete with speckled eggs. (via Cloudy Kitchen)

White Chocolate Egg Nest Cupcakes

Cream cheese, white chocolate, and butter… YES PLEASE! These charming and festive White Chocolate Egg Nest Cupcakes are SO cute! I can’t wait to share them with sweet friends! (via Garnish and Glaze)

Pastel Macarons

You know how I feel about pastels, especially for Easter! Grab pastel macarons from your favorite local bakery (or attempt to make them yourself) and gift them to your sweetest friend with a beautiful ribbon! (via Style Me Pretty)

Easter Bunny Sugar Cookies

If you’ve been with me on BFFF for a while you’d know that I love cute bunnies and pastels. The best thing about these Easter Bunny Sugar Cookies? You can buy the cookies and decorate them at home! Fun for the whole family! (via Best Friends For Frosting)

Easter Egg Blondies

This super quick Easter Egg Blondies recipe is a must have for any Easter Sunday occasion! And the pastel pinks and purples of the chocolate candy really highlight the holiday colors! (via Averie Cooks)

DIY Bunny Ear Ice Cream Cones

Making your own chocolate designs is a super fun experience for the kids. Make these DIY Bunny Ear Ice Cream Cones with them at any time of the year! (via Studio DIY).

Easter Sunday is coming up so soon, and it’s the perfect opportunity to put together simple pastel desserts to brighten someone’s day! Even just bringing over a couple cupcakes to an Easter Brunch is sure to make your host smile ear to ear! Leave a comment and let me know how you’re thinking of celebrating Easter. I’m looking forward to seeing those creative ideas!

 

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