These 25 yummy and easy Easter treat ideas are perfect for all of your Easter holiday celebrations! Cute Easter treats to kick off the spring season!
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Easy Easter Treat Ideas
Easter will be here before you know it, so we’ve rounded up 25 yummy and easy Easter treat ideas – perfect for all of your Easter celebrations!
These clever Easter treats resemble all of your Easter favorites – bunnies, carrots, lambs, Easter eggs, flowers, and more! Kids and adults alike won’t be able to resist Easter cupcakes, cookies, pretzels, marshmallows, and more all dressed up in the sweet pastel colors of the season.
These easy Easter treats are simple enough to make that the kids can help with the majority of the making, assembling, and decorating. It’s a fun family activity that everyone will enjoy!
25 Yummy & Easy Easter Treats
Browse these creative recipes for inspiration for your next Easter treat idea to dazzle your friends and family!
These DIY homemade Easter Bunny Circus Animal Cookies put a cute holiday spin on a classic favorite! Makes a great Easter dessert idea or fun classroom treat for the kiddos!
Easter Bunny Circus Animal Cookies by Happiness is Homemade
Carrot Treat Bags filled with yummy popcorn are a super cute and easy-to-whip-up Easter treat! Kids of all ages will love these fun Easter treat bags shaped like carrots!
Carrot Treat Bags by Happiness is Homemade
These melt-in-your-mouth gluten-free vanilla bean sugar cookies are decorated with colorful sugar syrup paint! A delicious sweet treat that everyone will enjoy!
Gluten-Free Sugar Cookies by Happiness is Homemade
These may look like Peeps, but they’re actually miniature cakes covered in white chocolate! The perfect quick & easy Easter dessert treat!
Peeps-Inspired Easter Bunny Cakes by Happiness is Homemade
These cookies look impressive with their beautiful icing and decorations, but they are actually super easy to make! The hardest part is waiting for the cookies to cool before icing, and then letting the icing harden before adding more decorative elements. So pretty!
Easter Egg Sugar Cookies by Ahead Of Thyme
The kids will love helping you make this colorful Easter bark! Just a few minutes of melting in the microwave gives you the spreadable chocolate background to work with. Swirl to marble it, decorate it with all manner of Easter sprinkles, cool it, break it, and then enjoy eating it!
White Chocolate Easter Bark by The Gracious Wife
These yummy brownies get paired with Easter marshmallow peeps for a cute little bunny-in-a-blanket treat. Just add a bunny to each brownie and give it a dunk in chocolate for the “blanket.” Sweet!
Bunny Peeps In A Blanket Brownies by Life Love And Sugar
These pretzel bites are shaped to look like a spring flower, and with its pastel shades of M & M’s, the sweetness of white chocolate candy melts, and a salty crunch for good measure, it’s the perfect Easter treat! So cute!
Spring Flower Pretzel Bites by Princess Pinky Girl
The best Easter treats are ones that are EASY and make your taste buds dance in your mouth! This Easter Puffcorn Crack is a salty and sweet collision in your mouth, and it only takes minutes needed to whip up a batch!
Easter Puffcorn Crack by That’s What Che Said
What do you get when you combine all your favorite individual treats into one bowl? Muddy Buddies, of course! Give this Chex cereal treat an Easter flavor by adding whopper robin eggs, mini creme eggs, speckled egg peanut butter M &M’s and marshmallows. Delish!
Easter Muddy Buddies by Like Mother Like Daughter
No one will be able to resist these little egg-shaped gems of cookie dough covered with melted chocolate! Use Easter egg shades of blue, purple, pink and white. Drizzle them with even more chocolate for a sweet finishing touch. These truffles look adorable sitting in an Easter basket!
Easter Egg Cookie Dough Truffles by Simply Joy
Edible “dirt” on top of the cupcake gets its sweet flavor from crumbled chocolate sandwich cookies, and the “carrot” is a strawberry that’s masquerading as a veggie thanks to the help of orange candy melts. This is a creative and fun Easter treat that’s perfect for spring parties!
Carrot Patch Cupcakes by Life Made Simple Bakes
Here’s a brilliant idea that’s been hatched: use marshmallow Peeps to make Easter s’mores! You can easily make these colorful s’mores in the microwave if you don’t want to break out the fire pit!
Easter Peeps S’mores by Eze Breezy
Kids will want to help skewer these marshmallows on a lollipop stick and help roll them in melted chocolate. Use different colored melted chocolates to add decorative drizzle to these marshmallow wands. Use sprinkles, too, for even more decorating fun!
Springtime Marshmallow Wands by Two Sisters Crafting
The adorable name alone should be enough to convince you to make these sweet Easter treats, right? These are little round cookies with a smidge of coconut extract and toasted coconut in the mix. Once baked, just roll them in powdered sugar along with pretty pastel sprinkles. Sweet!
Toasted Coconut Bunny Tails by Life Love And Sugar
Take your brownies over the top with this outrageously chocolatey recipe! You’ll use mini crème eggs to add ooey gooey goodness to these already fudgy treats. Not only are they pretty to look at, but you’ll be in chocolate heaven with these!
Creme Egg Brownies by Recipes From A Pantry
If you’re looking for a quick and creative Easter treat that the kids will love, try these easy to make cupcakes that are decorated to look like sheep. The kids can help add the mini marshmallows and candy eyes, too!
Sheep Cupcakes by The Typical Mom
Give a seasonal twist to Rice Krispies treats with the addition of pastel M & M’s, mini marshmallows, and sprinkles. It’s a no-bake effort that renders big rewards in the yum department!
Easter Rice Krispies Treats by Inside Brucrew Life
These adorable no-bake bird’s nest cookies are almost too cute to eat! Let the kids help make and shape the chocolate and coconut “nests” and drop in the mini eggs. Freeze for 15 minutes and then enjoy these sweet treats!
No Bake Bird’s Nest Cookies by Savory Nothings
Make over your blondies this Easter with the addition of egg-shaped M & M’s. The pastel colors and yummy chocolate insides will be a sweet treat for your eyes as well as your taste buds.
Easter Egg Blondies by Averie Cooks
All you need to do is twist some strips of cinnamon-sugared frozen puff pastry into these adorable bunnies and bake them until golden. Add a little puff of frosting for the bunny tail and serve them up!
Cinnamon Sugar Bunnies by It’s Always Autumn
Decorate a chocolate cupcake with green buttercream frosting for “grass” and marshmallow and coconut flakes for the bunny butt. Cute little bunny feet are made with melted white and pink chocolate. Precious!
Bunny Butt Cupcakes by Amanda’s Cookin
These fun crinkle cookies get a colorful transformation for springtime and Easter. Just add some food coloring to the dough for a range of pastel colors before rolling in powdered sugar and baking. They’re soft, sweet and perfect for celebrating the season!
Springtime Crinkle Cookies by Two Sisters Crafting
These homemade peanut butter eggs are dunked in white chocolate and decorated to resemble bunnies. You’ll need pink candy melts and black decorating gel along with mini marshmallows for the tails. Everyone is going to love these!
White Chocolate Reese’s Easter Bunnies by OMG Chocolate Desserts
Uplevel your standard cookie recipe for Easter by adding pastel M & M’s instead of chocolate chips. Not only are they pretty to look at, but kids will love the addition of their favorite candy! A super easy treat for the season.
Easter M & M Cookies by Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons
There are SO many yummy Easter treats in this collection of recipes! Which one is your favorite?