Sweet Endings for Easter

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Easter is right around the corner and while everyone's busy preparing for the main course, whether it be ham or lamb, don't forget to end your holiday meal with a sweet.

Food Network has rounded up Easter desserts for everyone at the dinner table:

Easter cupcakes: 11 adorable holiday cupcakes with one vanilla cupcake batter.

Just Desserts Buffet:  Soothe your Easter sweet tooth with a buffet featuring Giada's classic Easter pie and Paula's family recipe for carrot cake.

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Rasberry-Lemon Easter Cake (pictured above)

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