Nom Nom Nom: A Round Up of 14 Super Yummy Easter Treats!
by Craig Silva
in Food & Drink, Recipes
15 Apr 2022
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We put so much emphasis on putting together the perfect Easter meal with all the trimmings, we sometimes forget about our after-meal indulgence… dessert. A last little something to savour before you drop on the couch for a turkey-induced nap. I hope you enjoy this compilation of treats I have sourced from some pretty awesome bloggers, and are able to make some of these amazing Easter Treats. Click through on the links for the full recipes. Enjoy!
1. Creme Egg Rice Krispie Squares
I don’t know about you but Easter Creme Eggs are my weakness. And, I love Rice Krispie Squares. What a predicament? Well, Merry’s awesome Creme Egg Rice Krispie Squares should satisfy that craving!
2. Coconut Easter Nests
Julie’s Coconut Easter Nests are super easy and versatile Easter treats! If you desire, you can use different combinations of chips, like white chocolate and coconut, or butterscotch and coconut, or even peanut butter chips and chocolate. Delish!
3. Easy Mini Cheesecake
With only 5 ingredients required, plus whatever decorations you choose to use, you’ll likely have everything you need to make Kate’s Easy Mini Cheesecake Easter treats in your kitchen already! Give them a go!
4. Easter Fudge Cookie Bars
Cheryl’s Easter Fudge Cookie Bars have a funfetti sugar cookie base, with a marshmallow fudge layer, topped with chocolate coated candies, and plenty of coloured sprinkles. Can you say yummy?
5. Easter Chocolate Bark
Easter Chocolate Bark is a treat that even your kids can help with, or make themselves! It allows them to be creative with colours, and begin to gain confidence in the kitchen.
6. Easter Oreo Balls
Kate’s Easter Oreo Balls recipe only needs 3 ingredients: Oreos, cream cheese, and chocolate. Talk about fun and easy Easter treats!
7. Simple Chocolate Nests
These 3 ingredient Simple Chocolate Nests are easy to make, and super yummy!
8. Heavenly Easter Cadbury Eggs Chocolate Cupcakes
There is actually a Cadbury egg in each of these Heavenly Easter Cadbury Eggs Chocolate Cupcakes. You can use the traditional Easter Creme Eggs, or one of the many other flavours that are now available. A batch of these bad boys won’t last long before they get eaten up!
9. No Bake Granola Bar Mini Egg Nests
Jody’s No Bake Granola Bar Mini Egg Nests are so quick and easy to make, and are a hit with the kids. They make cute Easter teats!
10. Divine Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs
This Divine Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs recipe is super easy to create, and your kids will love them!
11. Butterscotch Macaroon Nests
The nice thing about this Butterscotch Macaroon Nests recipe is that it can be made with any flavour of pudding for a different look and taste! Have at it!
12. Easter Bunny Butt Sugar Cookies
Who doesn’t love sugar cookies? Especially ones shaped like bunny bums? This super cute Easter Bunny Butt Sugar Cookies recipe is easy, delicious, and the results are so adorable to look at! And eat. Once again, sorry bunny!
13. Easter Bark
Cheryl’s rendition of Easter Bark is a delicious combination of graham crackers, marshmallow fluff, chocolate, and your favourite Easter candies… and are highly addictive!
14. Easter Bunny Rice Krispie Squares
Not just another Rice Krispy square, these Easter Bunny Rice Krispie Squares use candy coated chocolate mini eggs! How cute are these?
Easter Treats Round Up!
Hope you enjoyed “A Round Up of 14 Super Yummy Easter Treats”. Enjoy making them. Enjoy eating them.
Remember… Life’s short. Eat dessert first!
Discloser: I was given permission by each participating blogger to use their recipe and a picture from their original post in this Easter Treats roundup. All opinions are my own.
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Craig is a husband, a father, team leader, travel and food writer, senior youth group coordinator, designer, brander, community builder, volunteer, and social media strategist. Craig likes to travel, go camping, go on road trips, watch movies, build stuff, operate the grill, and sing with his band. Craig is a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada. In June 2017, PR firm Cision identified Craig as one of Canada’s top 10 most popular male bloggers in the parents and family space.
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Yum! The oreo cookie balls and the creme egg crispy marshmallow squares look like they would be a hit in our home.