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Planning for Easter desserts to make this year? Here are 26 mouth-watering desserts to celebrate Easter with sweetness and joy!

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Easter Desserts for an Awesome Easter Celebration

— This post is courtesy of homemaderecipes.com and shared with permission —

Love Easter desserts? From Easter cupcakes to Easter cakes, there’s an Easter treat for everyone, and I’ve got them all here for you!

Easter is all about celebrating new life. And is there a better way to celebrate life other than having some of the sweetest desserts? I don’t think so!

I always try to serve my kids the best Easter desserts they just simply adore. Cupcakes and cakes are their favorites, but I try to be creative every year.

Now that Easter is around the corner again, I’ve gathered some of the most delightful Easter dessert recipes that are not just pleasing to the eyes, but delicious as well! Keep on reading because you’re in for a real treat!

 

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1. Easter Krispie Treat

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Be careful! this is one of those Easter recipes which will be gone once you turn around from the table. How could it not?

With choco krispies, chocolate, and Nutella, this Easter krispie treat is a smash hit!

 

2. Easter Bunny Dirt Cake

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An Easter cake that will have you hopping around in joy! Isn’t this Easter bunny cake just adorable?

Cute pastel-colored bunnies in a field of greens.

 

3. Layered Peeps Crispy Rice Treats

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What’s better than crispy rice treats? Layers of crispy rice treat, of course!

Each of the layers of this layered peeps crispy rice treats is also in a pastel color. It’s pleasing to the eyes as well as the tummy.

 

4. Homemade Reese’s Eggs

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Would a spread of Easter desserts be really complete without some egg-inspired treats? If you’re going to make egg-shaped treats, why not make it an egg made of Reese’s peanut butter cups?

They’re the best eggs I’ve had so far.

 

5. Easter Chick Cupcake

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Wondering what happens to leftover Easter eggs? They become really sweet Easter chick cupcakes!

As a bonus, the presentation of these Easter desserts is in theme too — a nest made of confetti!

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6. Bunny Butt Cookies

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When my kids asked me what this Easter dessert is, they can’t help but start laughing. These Easter bunny butt cookies are the best way to break the ice at an Easter party!

 

 

7. 4-Ingredient Easter Egg Oreo Truffles

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Truffles with just four ingredients? Who knew Easter desserts could be this fancy and this easy?

Don’t think twice. Just get some Oreos, cream cheese, chocolate chips, white almond bark, and make this recipe.

 

8. Chocolate Egg Nest Cookies

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If you’re looking for a way to serve some eggs for Easter desserts, then these chocolate egg nest cookies are for you. Sweet, creative, and no-bake!

It doesn’t get any better than that.

 

9. Easter Bunny Chow

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Cereal covered in peanut butter and white chocolate mixture? This is what Easter desserts are all about.

If I can get away with it, I’d eat a bowl of this Easter bunny chow every day.

 

10. Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls

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Now, these Easter desserts are for moms on a diet. Just because you’re following a regimen, doesn’t mean you have to deprive yourselves of Easter goodies.

These skinny easter egg cake balls are the answer! Make this skinny cake balls recipe.

 

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A sweet life is indeed a good life! Make these delicious Easter desserts for your guests, family, and friends. And with just one bite, and they’ll be filled with life!

Which of these Easter desserts are you eager to try? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on March 29, 2017, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

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