19 Adorable Easter Treats for Kids of All Ages

Your whole family will have fun making (and eating!) these too-cute desserts.

February 27, 2023

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Bunnies, Chicks and More

The best part of any holiday is spending time with your nearest and dearest. And, when it comes to your special little ones, there’s no better activity than baking. It’s just as fun to make and decorate a sweet treat as it is to eat it, so you’ll have no problem gathering your whole family together for some chocolate-covered, candy-loaded fun. That’s why we love this collection of recipes. Kids of all ages will have a ball making spring-themed cupcakes, chick-shaped cereal treats, bird’s nest cookies and more. If you’re anything like us you’re going to want to make everything in this roundup. If you need help narrowing it down, we recommend these festive marshmallow bunnies. We make them on a lollipop stick so they’re perfect for keeping little hands (and everyone's Easter best) free of melty chocolate. Plus, they make a cute gift for friends and family who are visiting.

Get the Recipe: Bunny Butt Marshmallow Pops

Bunny Butt Sundae Cone

Easter "sundae" is so much fun when it includes a chocolate cookie rim and marshmallow bunny feet.

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Candy-Coated Strawberry Carrots

Who says chocolate-covered strawberries are just for Valentine's Day? Melt down orange candy melts to cover your juicy berries in a blanket of chocolaty goodness. When plating, nestle your starwberries in a bed of chocolate sprinkles — it's like being in a carrot field minus the pesky critters.

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Bunny Butt Carrot Cake Pancakes

Have everyone hopping to the table for these pancakes. They incorporate all the traditional flavors of carrot cake, including cream cheese frosting.

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Sugar-Cookie Easter Bunny House

Every-"bunny" loves cookies! This colorful, hands-on project is a great way to use up the pastel candy that couldn't quite fit in your Easter basket.

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Easter Bunny Cake

This step-by-step guide will help you impress your guests with your cake-carving skills. Coconut flakes finish off this cake that is sure to be the centerpiece at your Easter dinner.

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Chick Doughnut Pops

Kids large and small won't be able to resist these adorable doughnut pops. To give each chick a feathery crown, melt yellow candy melts in a bowl and use it to adhere a layer of jimmie sprinkles to the top of each pop.

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Bunny Butt Doughnut

Marshmallow feet and coconut bunny tails make these adorable doughnuts almost too cute to eat! Almost. See how easy it is to transform plain doughnuts without using any fancy tools or techniques.

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Butterscotch Bird Nests

Made with just six ingredients, these clusters are the perfect combination of salty and sweet.

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Sprouting Carrot Chocolate Cupcakes

Looking for two ways to impress your guests this Easter? These sprouting carrot cupcakes are sure to do the trick. To make the surpise filling, cut a cone-shaped chunck out of your baked cupcakes with a paring knife and fill it with a heaping pile of orange icing. And be sure not to discard the cake pieces you cut out — you'll want to use them to create your crumbly and fudgey faux-soil topping.

Get the Recipe: Sprouting Carrot Chocolate Cupcakes

Chick Cereal Treats

When forming these charming cereal treats, add some vegetable oil to your hands — it'll keep your marshmallow mixture smooth and easy to work with.

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Easter Flower Cupcake

It's springtime and flowers are popping up everywhere. Pink Jordan almonds work beautifully to create flower petals atop these vanilla cupcakes with light and fluffy marshmallow frosting.

Get the Recipe: Easter Flower Cupcake

Crispy Easter Eggs

Break out the colorful sprinkles to decorate The Pioneer Woman's easy rice treat Easter eggs. Use plastic egg molds to shape these treats and hide the chocolatey surprise inside!

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Chocolate Easter Bowls

Balloons are no longer just for decor. These chocolate bowls are made by coating balloons in melted chocolate. Fill them with your favorite treats to create a unique Easter gift.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Easter Bowls

Chick Cupcakes

Be sure to grab one of these little cuties for yourself before you set them out for your guests — something tells us these cupcakes are going to quickly "fly" off your table.

Get the Recipe: Chick Cupcakes

Coconut Cereal-Treat Carrots

Puffed rice cereal treats and shredded coconut are combined to create these delightful carrot-shaped treats. To make the lifelike stems, use green sour apple or licorice twists.

Get the Recipe: Coconut Cereal-Treat Carrots

Chick and Egg Cupcakes

You won't hear a "peep" out of anyone as they enjoy these Easter-themed cupcakes topped with a fluffy marshmallow frosting.

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Carrot Cake Sandwich Cookies

Soft golden cookies sandwich a layer of marshmallow cream cheese filling in this easy Easter dessert that kids will love eating as much as they'll love helping to make.

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Carrot Cake Nest Cookies

These cute cookies taste just like carrot cake, but are infinitely less messy for kids to eat. They’ll love the cute jelly bean "eggs," too.

Get the Recipe: Carrot Cake Nest Cookies

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