These Easter desserts are perfect for brunch or dinner! Choose from cakes, cheesecake, bars, cups, cookies . . . cute, easy, and delicious.
I’ll be absolutely honest – I’m a sugar-holic. This is not new to anyone that knows me. Rewinding back to the early 80s, I was a huge fan of brussel sprouts. I’ve always loved vegetables, but I’ve always loved candy too. Actually who am I kidding – I’ve always loved all desserts!
Whether it be cookies, cakes, cheesecake, pudding, pies, cups, bars . . . I’m probably in. And if you’re like me, you know that one of the best things about holidays is that it’s a time to celebrate. With something sweet. No one judges you when you consume large amounts of dessert for holidays. They expect it. It’s the perfect situation for a sweet-a-holic!
With Easter right around the corner, I’m pleased to share a bunch of Easter desserts with you. Join me, won’t you, in celebrating the upcoming holiday by making one or more of these treats. Most of them are super easy recipes to make, and all of them are delicious.
Some of these Easter desserts are holiday themed, with bunnies and eggs and such. Others are beautiful simply with the frosting or fruit that are part of the recipe. One thing is for certain: I would make and eat any of these. And I wouldn’t be embarrassed about it. After all – like I said – it’s the holidays!
If you’re all about making something sweet for Easter brunch or dinner, you’ll find something on this list. Pick a recipe and let me know that you’ve made it. I can’t wait to hear what you’re going to try! Keep reading to get the Easter dessert recipes below.
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These lemon blueberry mini bundt cakes are perfect for an Easter brunch, picnic, or even just a Sunday morning with the family! Get the recipe as well as my tips to make your bundt cakes (small or big!) successful. Includes video!
This carrot cake recipe is so delicious and flavorful; perfect for springtime. Bright, beautiful, and definitely Easter bunny approved. This would be the perfect addition to an Easter brunch or spring themed get together.
This homemade strawberry bundt cake is made with fresh strawberry puree and topped with a fresh strawberry glaze. Whether you’re looking for a fun spring treat or a stunning Easter dessert, this recipe is the perfect choice.
These easy funfetti cookies are made from a cake mix and super simple to make but they taste amazing. Bright and colorful, these whoopie pies are sandwiched with buttercream frosting and are a fun dessert!
Even if you don't like Cadbury eggs, hear me out. This is cheesecake filling, my friends. With the outer chocolate egg shell (you can make with an egg mold), this is a dessert that both adults and kids are going to love.
These adorable bird’s nest mini cheesecakes will be a hit at your Easter brunch or dinner and are so easy to make! They are topped with toasted coconut and mini egg candies for a cute and festive dessert.
Normal macarons are cute to me - so finding Easter themed macs is just about the cutest thing in the world. Especially when they have ears and a bunny tush! Use them alone or add them to another dessert idea (like a cake).
Rhubarb and wine aren't typically two ingredients I'd think of when baking a cake. However, Tessa pulled them together to make a delicious cake that is both spring and Easter worthy. If you're looking for a unique dessert, this is it.
You don't need drawing skills to make these beautiful cookies - you'll be surprised at how easy the watercolor technique is to accomplish. The tasty icing works so well with the delicious poppy seed cookies below.