Not sure what to make for Easter dessert? These fun and pretty dessert recipes will have you baking in no time.
Easter desserts are some of my absolute favorites. Who can pass up chicks, nests, eggs and candy carrots? I can never decide what to make for Easter dessert.
Easter Shortbread Sandwich Cookies would be super fun for kids to help make and serve at Easter dinner.
If you love chicks in the spring, these super cute Lemon Chick Peepers cookies are for you.
I've always wanted to make macarons and these Macarons with White Chocolate-Mint Ganache would be so pretty as a centerpiece.
Chow Mein Nests are a classic Easter cookie treat filled with yummy candy.
If you prefer non-chocolate nest cookies, check out these Peanut Butter Butterscotch Drops.
Can't decide between brownies and cookies? Easter Candy Brownie Cookies are brownies and cookies together! Win-win!
Peeps Chocolate Cake Bars Recipe put Peeps to good use on top of a delicious brownie type bar cookie.
Candy isn't just for Easter baskets! These 3-Ingredient Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Eggs look easy to make and would be a fun Easter dessert.
I also love this fun and pretty pastel twist on Oreo truffles – Easter Marshmallow Oreo Truffles.
Start Easter morning off with these pretty sweets.
Easter Egg Hunt Breakfast Donuts are absolutely adorable and great for a post Easter egg hunt re-fueling.
You can't go wrong with cakes or cupcakes for an Easter dessert!
This Easter Bird Nest Cake is absolutely adorable and filled with Cadbury mini-eggs (yum!).
Easy Gumdrop Carrot Cupcakes would be great to make with kids.
Peeps Cupcakes are super colorful and fun!
Make bunnies for dessert with these Coconut Cream Easter Bunny Cupcakes.
Don't want to bake? Make these pretty No Bake Cheesecake Trifles in pretty pastel colors.
If you are avoiding gluten, check out this Gluten Free Italian Easter Pie.
If you are short on time, my Peeps Cookie Cake is super quick and easy to make with store bought cookie dough.[dtbaker_banner text=”You Will Also Love:” linkhref=”” type=”brush”]