Can you believe that Easter is less than a week away!? If you’re anything like me, you wait until a few days before to look up recipes for desserts and sweets! But I’ve got you covered- I have come up with a fantastic round up of lots of sweets that will help tide your kiddos over, and put smiles on their faces. Better yet, why don’t you plan a day in the kitchen with them and make some things that you know they’ll eat? I hope you enjoy this, and that you find several things to make!
Start the day off with a Coffee Bread Ring! The little nest of jelly beans just makes it all that more festive.
Pink Chocolate Dipped Easter Egg TreatsChocolate Truffles, need I say more? Dip them in Easter colors and have the kids decorate them!
Easter Nest Cotton Candy Cake Poke cakes are made with a jello mix and it adds lots of yummy flavors! This Easter Poke Cake is so pretty inside!If you love Cadbury eggs, you’ll LOVE this cupcake! There’s an egg in them!
Easter M&M Thumbprint CookiesThese no bake cookies are so simple!
Easter Egg Bark– this one has white chocolates, candy eggs, and coconut!This candy bark is up my alley, with Oreos, white chocolate, and M&M’s!
Oreo Bark with M&M’sPeeps are hit or miss. You either love them, or you don’t. The rest of the recipes are all about the PEEPS!
Chocolate Dipped Peeps – I LOVE the little tails added to them!What a great gift idea this is- Easter Bunny Bars in a JarCrack open one of these egg shaped krispie treat, and you’ll find a Peep hidden!
Peeps Surprise EggsPeeps Pudding Cups are so simple to make! Put the ingredients out, and let the kids make their own!This Peeps Truffle Pie recipe sounds heavenly! The little Peep chickens tops it off perfectly!Dress up regular cupcakes with this yummy Peeps Whipped Cream Frosting! Yes, it is actually made with Peeps!If brownies are your thing, make a super awesome Sunflower Peeps Brownie!Individual brownie cakes are just as good as a pan! But these Peeps Bunny Brownies are just TOO cute!Needing some table decor? Make some Peep Pot Candy Nests!
No matter what you decide to make, spend the weekend with your loved ones. Know how blessed you are to see another glorious year, and the chance to love the people in your life. Reflect on Christ, and know He died for us so we could be here.
This post is courtesy of our Guest Contributor, Shanna Uptergrove. Thank you Shanna for this great compilation!