After 40 days of abstinence and fasting, the Easter feasting table might look a bit indulgent. As a celebration of new life and Jesus’ Ressurection, Easter eggs represent Jesus, the yolk breaking out of the tomb, the white. So on this day that we spend with loved ones, here’s how to make amazing Easter egg desserts and savory Easter eggs that are just adorable.
1. How to make Almond Marzipan Easter Eggs
Traditional East Indian Almond Marzipan Easter Eggs are a delightful way of celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ at Easter! They may take some time to make but they’re delicious and a good treat to both kids and grown-ups.
Need a fun treat to make for an Easter get together? Make these darling Easter Nest Sugar Cookie Cups! Sugar cookie dough cooked in a muffin tin, filled with vanilla frosting, topped with green-tinted coconut and M&M eggs – so cute and great for spring!
These birds nest cookies are super easy to make and just require 7 ingredients! They can easily be made paleo or vegan. This Easter cookie recipe is also an easy one for kids to help with and uses pantry ingredients.
These Mini Easter Pavlovas have a chocolate swirled pavlova base and are topped with coconut whipped cream, shredded coconut, and Cadbury Mini Eggs. They make for a fun and delicious Easter dessert, but the mini pavlova base can be made any time of year!
A delicious chocolate layer cake topped with all your favorite Easter candy. This year I wanted to go all-out with our Easter cake. And what better way to decorate our Easter cake than with all of our favorite Easter candy?
13. Vegan Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs (Gluten-free)
These decadent vegan dark chocolate Easter eggs are filled with a silky chocolate peanut butter dessert hummus! Trust me, Kids and adults (vegan or not!) will all love this special Easter treat! The dark chocolate eggs are naturally gluten-free, dairy-free, and free of refined sugar.
Why have cheesecake when you can have Easter Egg cheesecake?! This is a chocolate Easter egg half, filled with a creamy chocolate cheesecake filling, hiding a crumbly biscuit base below, and drizzle chocolate on top. It’s heavenly!
Looking for a chocolate-free Easter dessert idea? Try this fun egg fruit tart! A super simple dessert that is easy to customize. It’s a bit healthier than all the heavy Easter chocolate desserts around, and involves minimal ingredients and effort.
Mango Coconut Mousse in Easter eggs is a smooth, silky, melt in the mouth creamy mousse with a subtle flavour of coconut; served in Chocolate Easter Eggs makes it a perfect dessert for your Easter lunch. The bonus part is that it needs just 3 ingredients to make this.
This delicious no bake vegan creme egg cheesecake pulls out all the stops! With a creamy tangy dairy-free vanilla filling on a cookie crust, stuffed with butterscotch sauce and topped with homemade vegan creme eggs. This is the ULTIMATE Easter dessert!
Learn how to make this gorgeous Cadbury mini egg cake. This cute Easter dessert is a chocolate cake filled with Cadbury mini eggs and decorated with flowers, bunnies, sprinkles and more Easter eggs. Best of all, you can whip this one up at home with a few simple tools.
These adorable Easter Egg Cupcakes are a fun and egg-free decorating idea for Easter! Kids will love decorating these gluten-free egg-shaped cupcakes that are completely vegan and allergy-free! A simple and easy vanilla cake with naturally colored frosting and sprinkles to decorate, these mini cakes will be a new Easter tradition!
32. How to Naturally Dye Easter Eggs with Superfood Powders
These easy naturally dyed eggs are colored with the power of natural dyes made from powdered superfoods such as beet and turmeric, and are decorated with nature imprints from plants, flowers, stems, herbs, leaves, and feathers.
I am going to show you how to make a breakable chocolate Easter egg to add to Easter baskets this year! They are really easy to make! All you need are the molds, candy to add to it, and really good chocolate!
These Instant Pot Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs are sweet peanut butter eggs dipped into chocolate. These peanut butter eggs are so delicious you will no longer want to go out and buy Reese’s eggs. I have always loved Reese’s peanut butter eggs. Every year I count down the days until Easter because I…
These homemade peanut butter eggs are a copycat recipe that taste even better than the Reese’s eggs you buy at the store! Delight the peanut butter cup lovers in your life with these decadent and delicious peanut butter Easter eggs. They’re so easy to make that you’ll never go back to store bought.
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