Sweet & Easy Easter Recipes To Make This Year

I have been in the kitchen so much this year! In preparation for Easter, I’ve made several sweet treats. All of the recipes in this list are super easy and require few ingredients, making them perfect for busy moms. If your family is anything like mine, they won’t last 10 seconds on their plate.

Here’s 7 of my favorite easy Easter recipes!

Bunny Pretzel Bites

What you need:

  • Easter color M&M’s
  • white candy melts
  • square pretzels

Heat your candy melts according to the package. If you have a strong microwave like I do, you will won’t to microwave them about 30 seconds less, otherwise it’ll burn. For the bunny ears, use scissors to cut the M&M in half; as long as you cut them quickly, this works perfectly.

Easter Egg Rice Krispy’s

What you need:

  • homemade or pre-packaged Rice Krispy treats
  • food Coloring
  • a Easter egg

I was lazy in making these, I used pre made Rice Krispy Treats. I used a small sized Easter egg and about 1 and 1/2 Rice Krispy Treats fit into the egg. I recommend microwaving the Rice Krispy Treats for 10 second before you try to mold them into the Easter egg to make them easier to work with. For an egg this size, you need to use 5-6 drops of gel pastel food coloring to achieve this level of color for the red and blue eggs. For the yellow and green eggs, you’ll need 8-9 drop of food coloring.

Easter Sprinkle Pancakes

What you need:

  • homemade or boxed pancake mix
  • Easter sprinkles
  • whip cream or any other topping you like

This sweet Easter treat is my favorite because kids love it and its so quick and easy to make. Just add Easter sprinkles to your pancake batter and add your favorite toppings when they’re cooked.

Easter Cake Pops

What you need:

  • Easter color candy melts
  • muffin or cake mix
  • icing (optional)
  • Easter sprinkles

In an active of innovations due to lack of ingredients in the house, I made tried something a little different. Instead of cake, I used strawberry muffin mix and instead of icing, I used candy melts to hold the muffins together to form them into balls. They turned out really tasty!

Bunny Bait

What you need:

  • white candy melts
  • Easter color M&M’s
  • pretzels
  • popcorn

I recommend using unbuttered popcorn for this sweet treat. Pop your pop corn, add M&M’s and pretzels, then mix together with the melted candy melts. You can throw in different cereals, marshmallows, etc. as well.

Easter Dipper Oreo’s

What you need:

  • Easter color candy melts
  • Easter sprinkles
  • Oreo’s

Melt your candy melts, dip your Oreo’s, and decorate. Easy Peasy!

Easter Dipped Strawberries

What you need:

  • Easter color candy melts
  • Easter sprinkles
  • strawberries

Super easy to make and super tasty too!


I hope you enjoyed these easy Easter recipes, if you give them a try let me know how they turned out in the comments below!


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