Easter Celebration: Best Desserts To Mention

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Tasty produce, pastel palettes, and outdoor-entertaining weather make spring the ideal time of year to whip up creative desserts. It’s no wonder that Easter sweets, like rainbow cakes and Peeps desserts, are some of our favorite to make. Here are showstopping, party-worthy Easter dessert recipes for a blissfully sweet holiday.

Easter Basket Milkshake

Hollow chocolate bunnies can hold a surprisingly vast amount of liquid, which is convenient since you’ll want to slurp this vanilla Peeps milkshake for eternity. (via Salty Canary)

Spring Pastel Confetti Cake

Even if the flowers aren’t in full bloom, this cake will compensate. Cutting into this beauty is like an explosion of springtime — and it’s scrumptious to boot. (via Brit + Co)

Flower Cupcake Bouquet

We know; we know — this is way too pretty to eat. Well, maybe we could have just one. (via See Vanessa Craft)

Creme Egg Rocky Road Bars

Milk chocolate, marshmallows, mini eggs, and crushed cookies make the most beautiful Easter-themed mess you’ve ever seen. (via Brit + Co)

Easter Bunny Oreo Ice Cream Cake

This cake wins Easter. Use a store-bought ice cream cake so you can focus on homemade decorations, like a coconut-covered ice-cream bunny tush and carrots made of candy melts. (via The Suburban Soap Box)

Peeps Rice Krispies Eggs

Your peeps won’t be able to get over how lovely these Peeps Rice Krispies eggs are. The mock egg shells are made from melted white chocolate coated with a layer of glitter sprinkles, then adorned with real Peeps for an on-theme treat. (via Brit + Co)

Spring Confetti Bars

The more colorful you can make the toppings on these confetti bars, the better. With a light vanilla flavor and tons of candy-coated sweetness, these bars are sure to please a crowd. (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)

Easter Bunny Donuts

Finally, a socially acceptable way to eat chocolate for breakfast. If you don’t have a donut pan handy, that’s okay; you can make Easter bunny muffins. (via Brit + Co)

Egg-Shaped Sprinkle Cookies

Who doesn’t love a sugar cookie? Use your fave recipe and a cookie cutter to shape these into eggs and multicolored sprinkles to make them pop. (via Sprinkle Bakes)

Piña Colada Cake

There may not be a better dessert for an outdoor party than this one. With dark rum and crushed pineapple, it’s a tropical take on classic coconut cake. (via Brit + Co)

Cream Cheese Swirled Coconut Tres Leches Cake

This bundt cake is proof that if you combine three delicious desserts into one, you’re likely to end up with a winner. The coconut-y cream cheese running through the center, as well as the sweet coconut glaze, infuses each bite with extra moisture and richness. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Easter Egg Truffles

Forget everything your parents said about not eating too much sugar. These cream egg truffles, wrapped in a chocolate-cookie mixture, are worth every bite. Just try not to eat them all before you can share them. (via Brit + Co)

Bird’s Nest Cupcakes

Chirp, chirp. A nest of toasted coconut allows these homemade birdies to roost in style. (via Cooking Classy)

S’mores Peeps

Turn regular ol’ s’mores into brightly colored sandwiches with chocolate-dipped graham crackers, sprinkles, and pastel-hued Peeps. (via Brit + Co)

Easter Popcorn

Salty popcorn and pretzels are made addictively sweet with candy, white chocolate chips, and tons of sprinkles. (via Home Made Lovely)

Mini Carrot Cake Cookie Sandwiches

This carrot-cake take on whoopie-pie comes together with two airy cookies sandwiched together by cream cheese frosting. (via Brit + Co)

Sugar Cookie Easter Nests

A pinch of coconut on top of these cookies toasts up nicely in the oven, giving each one the appearance of Easter grass. Since their buttery flavor is so versatile, you can enjoy filling them with chocolate eggs and much more. (via Lovely Little Kitchen)

Peeps Skillet Dip

If you know someone who doesn’t love Peeps, make this s’mores-like dip for them, and they’ll definitely be a convert. (via Brit + Co)

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