1. Chick Cupcakes
These cupcakes not only the cutest, but also so delicious! If you are trying to stay away from a baking mess, these cupcakes are perfect for you. Make your family’s favorite cupcakes and grab some colored frosting. If you’re feeling like a top chef, make homemade frosting and use food coloring to dye it to your liking. Decorate the mini cakes with your colored frosting to look like a chick, adding black frosting or chocolate chips for the eyes, and orange frosting for their little wings, feet, and nose. These are sure to be talked about all year long, and might even become an Easter tradition!
2. Easter Egg Cookies
Easter eggs aren’t only good for the annual Easter egg hunt your kids rave about, they are also perfect for cookies! Choose your cookie recipe (we recommend chocolate chip and sugar cookies for these decorative cookies), and grab a few different colors of colored frosting or make homemade frosting your family can dye with food coloring. Once the cookies are baked as ovals or circles, it’s time to decorate! Grab your frosting bags and let the kids go to town decorating their cookies to look like Easter eggs. They are great as table decor and even better to eat as a sweet treat throughout the day or after dinner.
Easter tends to signify Spring weather, and nothing is better than Inside-Out S’mores on a warm Spring night. Gather your family around the fire pit or TerraFlame Fire Bowl for a night full of laughter and love. Tuck-ins are great if you want less mess and no stress for the holiday, and even come with safety Extender Pieces to ensure your little ones can still roast while staying safe! Bonus: If your family is unable to finish all of their Tuck-ins, they can be frozen for up to 14 weeks!
4. Carrot Cake
Bunnies aren’t the only ones who like carrots, especially when they’re in cake form! Add festivity to your dessert table with a moist and decadent carrot cake this Easter Sunday. If you want to add a little pizazz to your table, shape your cake and ice it to look like a carrot with a chocolate bunny sitting on top. This cake is sure to be delicious for all ages, and extremely on par for the season!
5. Easter Brownies
We love brownies, and we’re sure your family does too! Make brownies using a homemade recipe or a box mix to keep it easy and add colored chocolate chips or pastel M&Ms to your brownies for a fun pop of color and extra gooeyness. These brownies are sure to be a hit for your kiddos, and provide a simple yet delicious dessert.