As most of us now know, Easter doesn’t come until April. But since this is almost halfway through Lent, I might as well get my Easter articles out of the way. Now Easter is a very important day on the Christian calendar since it denotes the resurrection of Jesus Christ after he was crucified, died, and was buried. Yet, as with Christmas, people also add their own touches with this holiday as well such as bunnies, baskets, chicks, sheep, flowers, parades, and colored eggs. Of course, there’s also the Easter Bunny as well as egg hunts and sometimes family gatherings since it’s more of a family holiday. So it’s no surprise that there’s a lot of food associated with it such as ham, bunny cake, and hot crossed buns. Cultures may vary. So without further adieu, I give you an assortment of cute little Easter treats you can’t resist.
1. If you think a bunny cake is too difficult you can always do a bird nest cake.
Now that’s a big nest for so many little pastel peanut M&M eggs. Also, I don’t think you can eat the bird.
2. Bring spring into your life with these adorable chicks cookie macarons.
Not sure of what to think of macarons, yet these yellow chicks are just simply adorable. Seriously, look into their eyes and you just want to eat them up.
3. Make your Easter memorable with these springtime cupcakes.
Now these motifs consist of eggs, baskets, and flowers. Yet some of them have spring designs on them as well.
4. For those who want to eat healthy, you might want to go with an Easter Bunny fruit tray.
Now this cantaloupe bunny is actually quite terrifying if you ask me. Seems like it’s escaped from the bunny insane asylum and is out to kill again.
5. Treat yourself on Easter with an egg salad ham sandwich.
As with “egg” I mean a decorated one inscribed on top of the bread. Now isn’t that festive? Yet I’m not sure whether that’s icing or ketchup and pineapple.
6. For your little bunnies this Easter, I’m sure these carrot patch cupcakes will do quite nicely.
Of course, the carrots may not be real yet they seem like something you’d see right out of some children’s story. Nevertheless, at least they’re chocolate.
7. For your Easter dinner, you can’t do wrong with a veggie egg pizza.
Now this is just perfect which includes purple cauliflower, green onion, yellow peppers, and carrots, a food rabbits are usually seen eating.
8. For those who like Easter bonnets, these cupcakes are for you.
Now these bonnets are quite pretty yet, they’re technically hats since they have brims. Real bonnets don’t.
9. Seems like the Easter Bunny needs to sort out his carrot supply.
And you thought that Bugs Bunny had problems with storage space. Hey, at least Bugs doesn’t have decorated eggs as well.
10. Make your Easter memorable with this Easter bonnet veggie and snack tray.
Wonder how they manage to get the dip like that, I will never know. Yet, I like how they used a carrot peel as a ribbon.
11. If you can’t make an Easter egg veggie pizza, carrot ones may do.
All the toppings here are broccoli and carrots. So this is much simpler to make than the Easter egg one, but much less impressive.
12. What better Easter appetizer to have than chicks popping out of hardboiled eggs?
Of course, these are the kind of treats that may seem quite cute at first but when you think about it, not so much. Seriously, most of the eggs we use come from chickens.
13. If working with Rice Krispies, you can make eggs with M&Ms hidden inside them.
It helps that Rice Krispie treats are just so easy to make and that you don’t have to bake them in the oven. Otherwise, the M&M candies would melt.
14. Nothing makes Easter more worthwhile than bunny buns.
Now these may take time to make but they’re nevertheless adorable beyond compare. They must taste good, too.
15. If Easter bread isn’t available, then bunny bread loaves will do.
Now I’m sure they may not be cute buns but they’re certainly adorable. That is until they actually get sliced and eaten.
16. You simply can’t have Easter unless you have bunny sugar cookies.
Sure they may look like the other rabbit baked goods but they’re so adorable. Just have to love their little eyes and ears.
17. Since the previous bunny fruit tray was quite creepy, here is one your kids will enjoy.
Now this pineapple rabbit is much better even if the fruit choices are much more limited to pineapple, blueberries, strawberries, and kiwi.
18. For your veggie tray, you can’t do wrong with putting a dip tray in a bread bunny.
Now this rabbit might not have its ears sticking out and may prefer celery. But it’s so cute.
19. Of course, no Easter would be complete without a bunny cake.
Now this is how a traditional bunny cake is made. Only takes two cakes and a simple design.
20. Bring spring into your life with these garden cupcakes.
Now the chocolate content is fine. Of course, the flowers aren’t usually planted with the carrots and lettuce.
21. You can also dip Rice Krispies Easter eggs in icing.
You can also decorate them with sprinkles of all types. Not sure if they have candy in them but they’re quite adorable.
22. Bring Easter into your life with these yellow chick cake pops.
Not sure if they’re chocolate on the inside which might not be likely. Yet, these are certainly adorable.
23. If you have Oreos than make them into chicks and lambs.
Of course, this would mean dipping them in icing as well as decorating them. However, they’re still quite adorable.
24. Nothing says Easter like these carrot garden cookie treats.
Of course, this isn’t how people grow carrots where I live. Yet, such garden would be quite messy to reenact with food.
25. To get in the Easter spirit, I’m sure these assorted cupcakes will do quite nicely.
These consist of flowers in grass, pink roses, bunnies, Easter bonnets, and Easter eggs. But they’re so cute enough to eat.
26. Now these Easter bunny rolls are simply delightful.
Now these bunnies are so adorable with their little ears and cotton tail. Hate to see them get eaten though.
27. If you don’t like bunny buns for Easter, then I’m sure duck rolls will do.
Of course, you wouldn’t tell they’re ducks except with their position and almond beaks. But they’re so adorable.
28. For your kids, a bunny sandwich will sure make a fine Easter lunch.
Now this bunny face includes cucumbers, carrots, cherry tomato, egg, onions, and peas. Still, adorable.
29. Since spring brings flowers, these flower cupcakes will do nicely.
They flowers may be made from marshmallows, sugar, and jelly beans. But they sure are pretty.
30. If a bunny cake seems too easy for you this Easter, then you can’t do wrong with an egg cake.
Either this is professionally made or someone must’ve had too much time on their hands. But these chick cupcakes are so adorable.
31. For those who love flowers, these flower basket cupcakes will make your Easter spring.
The best part of these is that they’re chocolate. The flowers are probably made from sugar but they’re so pretty.
32. If you think cupcakes are too complicated, you can always make cookie Easter basket cookies.
Now these consist of vanilla sandwich cookies, Twizzlers, and rainbow Nerds candies. And the best part is, you don’t have to use an oven.
33. For a healthy Easter lunch your kids will love, here is an Easter Bunny sandwich.
Now the ears are made from banana while the sandwich uses 2 types of bread. Nevertheless, this is adorable.
34. Have your kids hop along the bunny trail with this quality Easter lunch.
Seems like this lunch is all bunnied up with a rabbit going down its hole sandwich, a rabbit egg and jello, rabbit cheese crackers, and some carrots in raisin dirt.
35. You can either buy a chocolate bunny for Easter or make one with chocolate Rice Krispies and melted marshmallow.
Of course, with Rice Krispie chocolate bunnies you can select either your own creamy filling or none at all.
36. You can also use Rice Krispies with Nutella to make Easter bird nest treats.
And I see here that this person used peanut M&Ms as eggs since I could recognize the colors for their Easter assortment.
37. If you don’t feel like baking dessert, then perhaps you might go with an Easter egg snack tray.
Now these consist of chocolate rabbit cookies as well as light green, pink, and yellow chocolate covered pretzels on an Easter egg dish.
38. For storing your Easter egg cookies, an egg carton certainly comes in handy.
They may not be as intricate as some of the colored egg cookies you see. But they seem to come in a array of designs in so many colors.
39. For the fruit lover, you can’t do wrong with this Easter egg pizza.
Now this is more of a dessert pizza with fruit toppings to decorate it over pink icing. Nevertheless, it’s quite colorful.
40. Since Christmas has gingerbread houses, it’s only fair we should have cookie houses for Easter.
Now this was probably not made for eating since cookie houses never are. But you have to admire the artistry with the chicks, pretzel windows, and white chocolate pretzel roof.
41. Nothing says Easter like little yellow pretzel chicks.
Who knew that regular pretzels from a grocery store could be just the right shape to make cute little chickies out of them? Then again, they may not be the exact shape, but close.
42. While we’re at it, you can also use pretzels to make pretty flowers with chocolate and M&Ms.
But make sure you use the peanut M&Ms for centers and the regular M&Ms for petals. Nevertheless, quite ingenious.
43. For Easter appetizers, you can’t go wrong with deviled bunny eggs.
Hey, at least these aren’t meant to look like chicks, which was quite disturbing. Also, quite cute.
44. If you like bread sticks, it’s only fitting to have them resemble carrots.
You can also add parsley for the leafy ends. But other than their breaded texture, they almost look like the real thing.
45. For your Easter lunch, your kids will certainly love this hatching chick sandwich.
Not surprisingly, this chick is made from a slice of American cheese. And its eggshell is derived from bread.
46. For those who like brigadeiros, here are some of the Easter egg variety.
Now a brigadeiro is a simple Brazilian chocolate bonbon created in the 1940s. Yet, when you make them as Easter eggs, you can go all out with the decorating.
47. If you don’t like Rice Krispies, may I suggest Fruity Pebbles treats would do just as fine for colored eggs.
Of course, you might remember the Fruity Pebbles shamrock treats from my last post for Saint Patrick’s Day delectables. Nevertheless, why the Flinstones celebrate Easter and Christmas when it makes no sense, I don’t have the slightest idea.
48. Of course, for Easter you can make your hardboiled deviled eggs an array of different colors.
Of course, you might want to make sure they aren’t the Easter eggs you dyed and intend to use for decoration. Because that could upset the kids.
49. For your kid’s lunch, you might want to send them with an Easter Bunny ham and cheese sandwich.
Now the rabbit is made from cheese and sitting on the grass. But if you must have your kid eat this during Lent or Holy Week, make sure you don’t put it in their lunch on Fridays.
50. This chocolate bunny is carrying an egg in the fast lane.
Now this is professionally made but it’s worth showing on this post. Nevertheless, if he goes any faster, the egg might be scrambled.
51. If you like cookies and jelly beans, then this large Easter egg cookie is for you.
Now I’m no fan of jelly beans and think they taste disgusting (even if they aren’t from Bertie Bots). But this seems to have a rather elaborate design thanks to such candies and icing.
52. Now these loveable marshmallow bunnies will hop right into your heart.
Of course, these are actually quite easy to make with marshmallows, icing, and sprinkles. Yet, be careful where you place the eyes.
53. Bring flower power to your Easter with these beautiful flower cupcakes.
Like the other flower cupcakes, they’re also decorated with icing, marshmallows, and sugar. But they also seem to have a fancier disposition.
54. For your dessert centerpiece, you might want to go with an Easter cookie bouquet.
Contains a hatching chick, 5 flowers, and 3 crosses. And all are decorated in each unique way. Some people seem to have too much time on their hands.
55. Bring spring into this Easter with an ice cream flower garden patch.
Sure this may look pretty but I think coconut grass and gum drops are disgusting. Also, I wonder what pastry the fencing is made from.
56. If chicks, Easter eggs, or bunnies aren’t your thing, then may I suggest a lamb cake instead.
Now this one is professionally made according to the detail. But the homemade one I found on Google Images was creepier.
57. When it comes to making Easter egg pastries, some people think bigger is better.
Now this is professionally made and something I wouldn’t recommend to anybody. But I put it on my post anyway since it’s an Easter treat you can’t miss.
58. For those with marshmallow peeps, you can’t do wrong with making a peep cake.
Then again, since marshmallow peeps are inedible by design, I think you should just place them in dioramas. Much more entertaining that way.
59. Give your fruit kabobs an Easter touch with your marshmallow peeps.
Now it seems to me that the peeps were only added to make these fruit sticks more Easter friendly. Otherwise, I’m not sure if they have any taste beyond sugar.
60. For your Easter dessert platter, you can’t do wrong with these egg cake pops.
Even better, you can make them all kinds of colors, decorate them, and put them into a bouquet centerpiece.
61. Why waste money on a chocolate bunny while you can make your own peanut butter fudge bunnies?
However, they seem to be just little chocolate fur balls with rabbit ears and feet. But that’s beside the point so use your imagination.
62. You can also use your Rice Krispies and melted marshmallows to make Easter baskets for M&Ms.
Sure food coloring may be involved here, but aren’t pastel colors for Easter kind of the point? Also, rather have M&Ms than jelly beans.
63. If you like flower cupcakes but don’t like sugar covered marshmallows, you can always use icing.
Yes, they may look like daisies with the yellow centers. But daisies are much easier flowers to draw than say, roses, which are very complicated.
64. For those who like bird’s nests, you might want to use some peeps as the birds.
Now these look cute but I’m not sure if I want to take out the peeps first before eating the nests, especially if the eggs are jelly beans.
65. For those who want to make an Easter Bunny cake but are more ambitions, you might want to go with this.
Now this might be a tad too realistic in regards to the Easter Bunny, but it’s quite cute. Not sure where its cotton tail is though. But like the carrot.
66. Chocolate eggs can come in many different sizes and colors as well as are easy to customize.
Sure bunnies and chicks are great Easter motifs. But my favorites of these have to be Mr. and Mrs. Potatohead for obvious reason. Seriously, this person got them right on.
67. Of course, I can’t have a post about Easter treats without including eggs made from marshmallow bark.
Okay, I don’t know about you but this looks pretty disgusting. I’m not sure why anyone in their right minds would want to eat these.
68. Nothing says Easter like a carrot cheeseball.
Now just because something looks like a carrot doesn’t mean it will taste like one. By the way, the green leafy stuff is parsley.
69. You just simply can’t have Easter with some salad stuffed carrots.
And it seems that these carrots are stuffed with egg salad and lettuce as far as I can see. By the way, the carrots seemed to be made from biscuit rolls, possibly from Pillsbury.
70. Of course, nothing says Easter like having jello eggs.
Now my one of my aunts makes jello eggs for Easter. However, they usually come in one color. These seem to have a more elaborate stripes design, since there’s not much you can do with jello creative wise.
71. Spring in the spirit of Easter with these cute little yellow chick cheese balls.
Of course, since chicks are yellow, feel free to use as much of cheese as you want whether it’s cheddar or American. White chicks have mozzarella.
72. Nothing says “Happy Easter” than these lovely yellow chick cupcakes.
Sure they may seem like blobs of icing but are nevertheless adorable. Seriously, you just want to eat one of them up, do you?
73. Of course, if you love chocolate on Easter, prepare to feast your eyes on these Easter egg brownies.
Now I certainly want to take a bite from these lovely brownie eggs. I also love their intricate designs on them as well.
74. For your baby carrots, put them in little pots in this Easter hummus snack.
Of course, I’m not sure where anyone can get flower pots like that so small. Yet, make sure that the hummus doesn’t cause a leak if those pots are from a garden store.
75. Use your plastic eggs and egg cartons to make an Easter snack tray.
Well, I did have a lot of snackadiums when I did a post on Super Bowl treats. So I suppose this counts. Well, sort of.
76. For Easter, your kids will certainly love a little lamb Rice Krispie treat.
Of course, since Rice Krispie treats tend to be sticky to begin with, dipping them in the mini marshmallow pile should be no trouble. Then again, icing helps.
77. Of course, with marshmallow peeps and Rice Krispies, you can make some sushi for your Easter dessert platter.
Not sure if Rice Krispie peeps sushi is actually sushi. I mean Rice Krispies aren’t actually rice. Yet since it’s a creative endeavor no matter how inedible and would do well in a peep diorama contest, into this post it goes.
78. Hop into Easter with these loveable Easter Bunny cookies.
Sure their bodies may be chocolate and their legs and faces might be made from sugar. But these are nevertheless adorable.
79. For Easter snacks, you can’t do much better than blue bird almond treats.
Now these may not look like real birds or have wings. But they are quite cute even though I have to wonder how their features were painted since almonds are small.
80. When it comes to Easter cupcakes, sometimes candy could make a great decorating material.
Now these cupcakes are decorated with Easter candy corn and jelly beans. But though these flowers may be pretty, the toppings may hardly be edible.