When you really want to make some bunny hop with joy, these adorable Easter treats are sure to do the trick.
A shortcut ingredient puts these frosting-filled cups on the fast track to your Easter dessert tray.
Finally! Here’s how you can enjoy Peeps-shaped treats without having to eat a mouthful of marshmallow.
You’ll love how these easy-to-make chow mein noodle nests look when you fill them with mini pastel Easter egg candies.
You can top these luscious little bites with a variety of fresh berries, chocolate curls, or grated citrus zest.
This recipe shows you how to make chocolate-covered Easter eggs with four different centers: vanilla, peanut butter, coconut, and cocoa.
Fill a flower pot with these mini-pie-on-a-stick bites for an irresistible addition to your Easter buffet. The recipe calls for a fresh blueberry filling, but of course you can use any fruity flavor you like.
These carrot cupcakes owe their moistness to the pineapple in the mix. Tip: Ready-to-use icing tubes make it easy to draw carrots on top.
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.
They might look a little fancy, but meringues are amazingly easy to make. A spoonful of lemon curd and fresh berries makes them picture-perfect.