Easter Sunday is just around the corner, so it's time to plan your desserts for the special day. Here are a handful of recipes that are family-friendly and downright scrumptious. Which ones will you try making this weekend?
Spring Flower Pretzel Bites
If you're really looking for an easy dessert to bake with young children, these pretzel bites are the best. All you need to do is melt some candy on top of pretzels, then serve them on a cute tray. It's quick, simple, and delicious. Get the recipe at Princess Pinky Girl.
Easter Sugar Cookie Cake
Picture sugar cookies, but in cake form. Crazy for Crust has published a recipe for a holiday cake that's filled with M&Ms, vanilla flavor, and just a little bit of frosting. Forget buying a cookie cake from the store; this sweet treat is all you need.
Whether you're a tiny toddler or a full-grown adult, you'll quickly become addicted to this Chex Mix creation. Similar to Puppy Chow, the recipe calls for white chocolate instead of milk and plenty of seasonal candy. Check out the recipe here.
Easter Oreo Pops
The creator of It's Always Autumn created the easiest, most adorable Easter treats. All you'll need are Oreos, sucker stickers, yellow candy melts, Orange Airheads, and candy eyes. Your kids will get such a kick out of the cute faces on the treats.
White Chocolate Easter Egg Cupcakes
After watching the how-to video over on Garnish and Glaze, you'll certainly want to whip up a batch of these sweet treats. The Cadbury Mini Eggs add the perfect spring touch to cupcakes that are already sugary and addictive. Be sure to snap some photos of your final product.
Carrot Cupcakes With Cream Cheese Frosting
What dessert fits this bunny-filled holiday more than carrot cupcakes? They're light, moist, and perfectly tangy. Kelly from Just a Taste concocted a recipe that's easy to follow and created with real carrots. Don't forget to add the cute candy carrots on top!