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    4 Reviews |  By Lorac

    An easier and quicker version of Easter Babka. Denser more cake-like and less complicated if you haven't made bread without a machine. Add the Lucre from the Easter version for a sweeter presentation. Posted by request.

    Recipe #23122

    1 Reviews |  By anme

    Cute thing I found on the Kraft website that I have made.

    Recipe #220532

    This can be made into a roll. It's filled with raisins Chocolate chips and cinnamon and sugar! A little secret remember you are in control of the dough. If any problems do zaar mail me and I'll walk you through. I came up with this because I had extra dough from making poppy seed rolls. Using what decorations I had on hand. The M&m's run so place them on after baking using icing to adhear.

    Recipe #221290

    I can't wait to make this for Easter! Bunny-shaped bread with a hollowed out tummy filled with dip! All surrounded by fresh veggies and crackers for dipping! From Quick Cooking magazine, 2002!

    Recipe #163034

    This is great for Easter.

    Recipe #155206

    Can't pull a rabbit out of a hat? Don't worry- you won't be needing a magic wand to make these effortless treats appear at your table!

    Recipe #40462

    I was looking for carrot cake recipe without any pineapple and raisin, I found this one and give it a try, I couldn't believe the result, it taste soooo wonderful just add your favorite cream cheese icing on top.

    Recipe #60278

    adapted from the "You Aked For it" section of Gourmet magazine, Sept 1995 issue and supposedly from the Casual Cafe in MA.

    Recipe #189548

    I make these little treats for my son to take to school. It's a perfect, cute little Easter treat. I serve them in the individual over-sized cupcake papers. You could use plain Rice Krispies and/or omit the chick.....still just as cute. Prep time does not include cooling and setting time.

    Recipe #116299

    SOOOOO CUTE! (preparation time unknown)

    Recipe #101326

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These are easy and delicious. We prefer these rolled in ground almonds, although they are also great in coconut.

    Recipe #16474

    4 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    I got this recipe from my mom, but I don't know where she got it from. These are really good and simple. Don't let the amount of flour scare you. It can be sifted and reused, as it's just used in this recipe to form the egg mold.

    Recipe #85703

    1 Reviews |  By Nelly

    These are quick and easy to make and the children love them. The recipe is from a Junior School Parents Group Cookbook, UK., and has travelled all over the place. Alternative fillings can be used, i.e. ,cream with raspberries, cream with pineapple.

    Recipe #58177

    When I got a last minute invitation to Easter dinner with family and friends, I didn't want to go empty handed, even though I wasn't expected to bring anything. So I adapted a Hershey's recipe, plunked on some ears from a chocolate bunny and said the rest was in the pie. It was a hit, and a topic of conversation and teasing. It is easy, delicious and could easily be adapted to other occasions. Could be fun for children to help prepare and decorate. The cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #114478

    Easy to make Easter candy. Preparation time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #111259

    1 Reviews |  By ciao

    I haven't tried this yet, it's in response to a request. It looks really easy and fun. I had put it aside to make with the kids, and at least now I won't lose the recipe, lol. It's from Quick Cooking. They say 5-6 cups of sugar--I'm guessing you start with 5, and add more if it doesn't seem very easy to handle. I imagine you could also make this into different shapes for different occasions, maybe even dipping them in white chocolate...BE SURE to use COOK AND SERVE pudding, NOT instant, or these will not work--and use butter, not margarine.

    Recipe #85617

    9 Reviews |  By Derf

    For the Kids on Easter Sunday, or let them help you make them for Easter. Fun !! and delicious!! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #23747

    These easy, no-bake sweets are the perfect addition to your holiday dessert menu.

    Recipe #60380

    Cute little easter eggs with a hint of chocolate and peanut butter that kids (and adults) love. These eggs are so easy, since they are basically Rice Krispie Cake. These eggs can be individually wraped so they can be hidden with commercial wrapped chocolate easter eggs if you are doing an egg hunt for your kids.

    Recipe #162490

    3 Reviews |  By Chandra

    I found these cupcakes in a Family Life magazine. They are kind of like a Hostess cupcake only they are white cake with a dab of raspberry in the center and topped with coconut.

    Recipe #19872

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