Shortly after Saint Patrick’s day comes Easter, which consists of bunnies, flowers, butterflies, bright pastel colors, lambs, chicks, ducks, and colored eggs. I know I’m writing this in late February, which is a little early. But this year Easter falls in March and soon it will be upon us before we know it. So I want to get my Easter stuff in as early as I can. Nevertheless, last year I published a bunch of Easter posts and they were a huge success. So I decided to do Easter again this year. Still, it’s more of a religious holiday to celebrate the miraculous resurrection of Christ which commends the triumph of life over death as well as the coming of spring and the birth of new life. Yet, to me, it’s more of a holiday for children than adults. After all, I tended to enjoy the holiday more when I was a kid than as an adult, which basically consists of going to my grandparents’ house and socializing with relatives. Oh, and watching your younger cousins find eggs. However, that it’s named after a pagan goddess, Easter isn’t a pagan holiday that’s also known as Pasch as in paschal season which is linked to the Jewish feast of Passover that Christians d0n’t even celebrate. But we call it Easter because it sounds much better than “Pasch” which sounds like something a hipster would name their dog. But in a lot of countries in Europe and Latin America it’s called Pascha. Of course, as with most holidays, it’s celebrated with food as you may see. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another treasure trove of Easter treats.
- Start your Easter morning with some pineapple bunny and fruit salad.
The bunny is made from pineapple but with blueberry attributes. It’s also surrounded by strawberries and more blueberries.
2. With Easter egg cookies, you can decorate them however you’d like.
I’m sure these were made at some fancy bakery. But you get the idea about decorating Easter egg cookies.
3. If you aren’t up to making a bunny cake, how about a cake of bunny peeps in the carrot patch?
Yes, I know the peep bunnies aren’t edible. But still, it seems pretty easy to make as well as adorable.
4. This year forget chocolate bunnies and try some chocolate sheep.
Okay, these are chocolate lamb cookies you have to assemble. But you get the idea. Besides, these are cute.
5. This Easter, impress your family with this Easter basket cake.
Yes it looks as if it’s from a bakery. And I’m not sure you can eat the handle. Still, I like it.
6. Serve your guests this Easter with some bunny fruit salad.
In this dish, the bunny is carved from watermelon and fitted with fruity attributes. Very clever if I do say so myself.
7. Wish good luck this Easter with these fortune cookies.
Seems like they have fortune cookies for every occasion. Still, the bunnies and chicks are cute.
8. Nothing brings the spirit of Easter like these bunny biscuits.
Now biscuits and buns may seem like the same. But they have a rather different composition. Still, these bunnies are adorable.
9. If you like spring flowers, then these cookies should be a real treat.
I guess these were professionally made since they’d take a lot of time to decorate. But these are very pretty.
10. For the kids, I’m sure an edible Eater basket would do just fine.
The basket is made from melted marshmallows and Fruity Pebbles. But it’s not the most inedible thing about this item.
11. If you like Twinkies, then you’ll like these bunny cars.
Since Hostess went, I’m not sure if they even make Twinkies anymore. Still, you have to admire the simple creativity to make these.
12. This Easter, these marshmallow peep cookies are sure to satisfy.
I may not have had these in my life. But I’m positive that they’re way more edible than the real thing. Trust me.
13. Grace your veggie platter this year with a cauliflower bunny.
Well, this one has a cauliflower face, cucumber ears, olive eyes and mouth, a cherry tomato nose, and carrot whiskers. Nevertheless, it’s cute.
14. If you love butterflies, then you’ll like these cookies on your Easter dessert platter.
I guess these were made in the bakery. Nevertheless, I do like how each butterfly is decorated.
15. This year put your Easter cupcakes in small flower pots instead.
Sure the flowers might be fake and inedible. But at least you can reuse the pots and eat the chocolate dirt.
16. If you like hats, then these Easter bonnet cookies will suit your fancy.
May not be the Easter bonnets I posted on last year. But they will do quite nicely.
17. This Easter, you can’t do wrong with having a chick cheese ball on your appetizer platter.
From a standpoint, this doesn’t seem hard to make. After all, it requires only few attributes like eyes, beak, and feet.
18. Celebrate Easter this year with some bird nests bakes.
I know these aren’t for dessert. And I’m not sure what food item they’re supposed to be. But they sure look tasty.
19. It’s not Easter until you serve some coconut chicks.
I’m not a fan of coconut. However, I think these chicks are so irresistibly adorable.
20. If you like flowers, then serve them as sandwich cookies on sticks.
Well, these cookies are served in a pot of M&Ms. But you can’t help but adore them.
21. For a more healthy Easter treat, you can’t get wrong with colored strawberries.
These are decorated like colored eggs. And while they aren’t ovals, they might do.
22. For your kids, an Easter lunch like this won’t disappoint them.
This one includes, cheese shells as dirt, roast beef bunny, and green been grass. I’m sure a lot of kids would love this.
23. Nothing makes Easter worthwhile than an Easter basket dip on your veggie tray.
And it doesn’t hurt that it has a bread handle as well as served with lettuce and carrot bits. Pretty clever, I say.
24. This Easter morning, wake up to some bunny pancakes for breakfast.
Now that seems that a lot of pancakes went into making that bunny. Kind of think that’s a little overdoing it.
25. You heard of deviled eggs? Well, feast your eyes on jello eggs.
Yes, they kind of look like deviled eggs. But they’re made out of jello and are used for dessert.
26. For Easter Sunday morning, there’s no better breakfast than a cinnabun bunny.
Yes, they might not be very good for you. But at least these are distinguishable by serving. Unlike the bunny pancakes, on the other hand.
27. Nothing makes Easter better than these flower pretzel treats.
Compared to some of the other stuff on here so far, these seem rather easy to make. All you need are pretzel sticks, M&Ms, jellybeans, icing, and small wafers.
28. For all you holier than thou types, these empty tomb treats will give you much rejoicing.
Religious or not, you have to admire the use of chocolate donuts in this one. Also, it doesn’t seem hard to make either.
29. If you’re not a fan of bunnies, this lamb cake is for you.
This one is easier to make than the lamb cake I showed last year. Just decorate a regular cake with marshmallows and other attributes.
30. This Easter, impress your relatives with this fruit bunny.
Kind of makes it seem like this bunny is wearing goggles. But I understand those are eyes.
31. Nothing makes your Easter brighter than cupcakes forming a flower.
And I’m sure it took a lot of cupcakes to make something like this. The center ones have blackberries on top.
32. For your Easter dessert platter, chick cups will make a suitable addition.
I think these are made like peanut butter cups but with chicks instead. Still, thee are so cute.
33. I guess this gives a whole new meaning to the term, “carrot cake.”
After all, this cake seems like it’s surrounded by carrots. Not sure about the filling though.
34. For those who like sheep, you can’t go wrong with these cupcakes.
These cupcakes are decorated with marshmallows to resemble wool. Nevertheless, these remind me of the sheep from Wallace and Gromit for some reason. Must be the heads.
35. If you think Reese’s Easter egg candies look too much like turds, these peanut butter chocolate eggs might be a great alternative.
At least you can decorate these with sprinkles. And that’s sometimes better than whatever Reese’s releases during the holidays.
36. It’s not Easter until you feast your eyes on an Easter basket cake like this.
Yes, this is another Easter basket cake. But it’s different from the other one. Like 2-dimensional.
37. Who says you can’t have bunnies or flowers on one cake?
I know this was almost certainly professionally made. But still, who can ever resist this cute and flowery bunny face?
38. If you like carrots, then this veggie tray arrangement is for you.
Consists of sliced carrots and broccoli. Yet, will go great with the cauliflower bunny.
39. This Easter, treat your kids to some healthy snacks such as this chick in the nest.
I think the chick is made from a slice of pineapple. And the nest is of pretzel sticks and Kix. Still, so cute.
40. When it comes to Rice Krispie treats, these bunnies are hard to resist.
I’m sure the ears aren’t edible. But I did a lot of Rice Krispie eggs last year. So I think I should do bunnies this time.
41. You can’t celebrate Easter without including these bunny cake pops.
Sure the ears may be made from inedible sugar wax. But you have to admit, these are adorable.
42. I’m sure you wouldn’t find an Easter lunch like this on the bunny trail.
Consists of bunnies made of sandwiches and cheese. But above all, it’s guaranteed to melt your heart.
43. Celebrate Easter on your dessert platter with these marshmallow bunny pops.
Unlike the bunny peeps, you can eat these. Still, so cute if you ask me.
44. For an Easter snack, these chick cheese and crackers are hard to resist.
Sure they may be of different cheeses. But they’ll surely melt in your heart as well as your mouth.
45. Start your Easter Sunday brunch with an egg salad chick sandwich.
I know that chicks come from chicken eggs. Fertilized or not, I’m not sure of what to make of of this.
46. For an Easter lunch or dinner, you can’t go wrong with a bunny burger.
Bunny is of a burger that has cheese attributes. Comes with a carrot and cheesy rice.
47. For an easy Easter cupcake design, try bird nests.
They require coconut and Peanut M&Ms. Seems rather simple enough.
48. For a more unconventional Easter treat, these bunny butt silhouettes are just for you.
These are made from marshmallows or possibly Oreos. But they’re adorable nonetheless.
49. This Easter, it won’t hurt if you take a slice of some carrot cheese cake.
Now I know that carrot cake contains carrots. Not sure about carrot cheese cake though. Probably not.
50. For celebrating Christ’s resurrection, these cupcakes are just the treat.
I’m not sure if these cupcakes are appropriate for celebrating Easter, for obvious reasons. But they seem rather simple to make if you get my drift.
51. When it comes to Easter desserts, Easter basket cookie cups will do quite nicely.
Decorations include jellybeans, licorice, and coconut. Still, quite clever if you ask me.
52. For an Easter dessert platter, there’s nothing better than a bird’s nest torte.
Yes, it’s a bird’s nest cake. But it looks nothing like the one I put on last year’s post. And it seems almost real.
53. Those who love flowers will adore a cake like this.
Of course, this might more of a spring cake than an Easter one. Still, since Easter is tied to spring, it goes on this post.
54. When it comes to treating your little bunnies, these stuffed carrot cupcakes will sure do the trick.
The carrots are actually strawberries. But I’m sure any little bunny will find these delightful.
55. Spring into Easter with this one-of-a-kind birdhouse cake.
Never seen a cake like that before. Then again, it wouldn’t be standing like that in real life either.
56. Before I get to mutton it, you do better on Easter than these cake pop sheep.
Yes, they may appear a bit puffy than normal sheep. But they’re adorable nonetheless.
57. It seems that at least one chick has hatched on these cupcakes.
Yes, these are bird nest cupcakes. But they’re in a different style. Also, they’re chocolate. And I love chocolate.
58. You can make your own dessert platter garden with flower cookies.
Includes a watering can and umbrella. Still, they have to be on sticks and on Easter grass.
59. For a simple treat, you can’t simply do better than these carrot pretzel sticks.
Just dip these sticks in green and orange icing. It’s as easy as that. Trust me.
60. On Easter, some bunnies become cakes while others are on top of one.
Yes, this is professionally made since it has all kinds of details. But still, you can’t help but love the bunny on top.
61. Those who enjoy greens will certainly adore some bunny salad.
These just have the ears show from the top. But But it’s as clever as it is nutritious for Easter fare.
62. Easter egg cake balls always make a wholesome treat.
Yes, I’ve might’ve posted these before. But they were probably made rather differently. Sure look tasty though.
63. No peeps party is complete without cupcakes like these.
Yes, these are peep cupcakes. However, unlike their sugary marshmallow counterparts, they’re edible. Seriously, sugary marshmallow peeps are disgusting.
64. On Easter, a bunny cream puff is sure to make you smile.
They may not be very good for you. And they’re sugary ears may be disgusting. But I think you’ll find these irresistibly creamy and cute.
65. Looks like the Easter Bunny got stuck in a rabbit hole.
Wonder what he’s doing in there. Or is he stuck. The world may never know.
66. If your family is serving lamb this Easter, then sheep bread is sure to make a fine addition to your table.
My family usually serves ham. But this certainly takes up a lot of bread. Yet, I think it’s tasty.
67. For your Easter lunch or dinner, there’s nothing more perfect than an Easter egg pizza.
I might’ve shown a veggie and fruit pizzas last year. But this one is a real Easter egg pizza even if it mostly consists of veggies.
68. For an Easter snack, these bunny pretzels are sure to keep you hopping for more.
Guess the bunny shapes are easier to make than some others. Still, these are adorable if you ask me. Yet, makes me wonder why Snyder’s of Hanover doesn’t make these.
69. It’s not Easter until you get a taste of these Easter egg cupcakes.
Because I had to put them on an Easter treat post as soon as I found them. Yet, decorate them however you like.
70. As we all know, a spring time pie can always do with a few flowers.
Yes, these are flowers on a pie. And I’m sure the pie filled with fruit and for dessert. Not sure what’s in it though.
71. Bring a flowery touch this Easter with this floral veggie platter.
Haven’t seen a platter like this before. Still, you have to admire the cucumber sliced petals as well as the celery stalk.
72. This Easter, it won’t hurt to munch on this bunny rice cake.
Not sure where you can get rice cakes. However, you have to think this rabbit is so adorable to say the least.
73. Nothing says Easter like coconut chick cake balls.
I did bunny balls last year. Like I said, not a fan of coconut. But I’m sure some kids will like them.
74. For your neighborhood police bunny, take a bite out of these donuts.
These mostly consist of chicks and bunnies. And are made with some peep attributes. But they’re cute.
75. This Easter treat yourself to some carrot cake.
Yes, it’s a real carrot cake. And it’s even shaped like a carrot, too. What else can you ask for?
76. Please your guests this Easter with some devil egg baskets.
Yes, it’s a deviled egg Easter basket. Not sure what those egg things are supposed to be though.
77. For a more nutritious Easter for the kids, you can’t go wrong with cauliflower sheep.
For some reason, these, too, remind me of the sheep from Wallace and Gromit. Not sure why. Still, they seem to have character.
78. This Easter, impress your guests and relatives with a veggie flower bouquet.
Now this is an edible arrangement I can totally get behind. And the best part is, you can put these in dip.
79. It’s not Easter until you feast your eyes on this butterfly cake.
And this cake is courtesy of Betty Crocker. Love the wings on this.
80. When it comes to Easter cakes, you can never have too many flowers.
Now this might pass as a general spring cake if it weren’t for the Easter eggs. Nevertheless, it’s very lovely.
Those look very good! Very creative!