Homemade Easter treats make every bunny happy.
We've gathered a basketful of our most adorable Easter treats to make and share.
Sweet and sunny lemon bars are cut out into the Peeps shapes to make charming Easter treats. Watch the video to see how to make them.
You'll love how these easy-to-make chow mein noodle nests look when you fill them with mini pastel Easter egg candies.
Two simple ingredients to into this easy homemade candy. You can make a sheet of bark, or pour the mixture into molds to cool. Watch the video to see how it's done.
You can top these luscious little bites with a variety of fresh berries, chocolate curls, or grated citrus zest.
"This recipe is AMAZING! These taste exactly like Peeps! Instead of putting the marshmallows in a pan, I put the mixture into a plastic bag, cut a hole in the corner and piped out different shapes. It was so much fun! I will make these again!" -- confectionary concoctions
A shortcut ingredient puts these frosting-filled cookie cups on the fast track to your Easter dessert tray.
This recipe shows you how to make chocolate-covered Easter eggs with four different centers: vanilla, peanut butter, coconut, and cocoa.
Delicate butter cookies are rolled in coconut and baked with Easter candy eggs nestled into each one.
You'll love how easy it is to create these little lambs using nothing more than frosting, two sizes of marshmallows, licorice laces, and candy eyes.
"Easy to make with any combination of cookies, candies, or jelly beans," says Yoly. "Use whatever you like, the sky's the limit. The kids will love this bark for Easter. It's fun to look at and fun to eat."
Nope, it doesn't get much cuter than bunny-shaped cinnamon rolls. Watch the video to see how to make them using refrigerated cinnamon dough.
12. Easter Popcorn
"This popcorn is an easy and festive way to enjoy Easter candy!," says Kim. "You can use any kind of candy, nuts, or 'mix-ins' that you like! And make sure to adjust the salt at the end, it really helps to balance out the sweetness!"