PART OF Easter

18 Easter Treats for Kids

If your little ones are eagerly hopping around the house waiting for Easter, have them help with these cute-as-a-button sweets for the holiday table.

Peeps S'mores

"Your kids and their friends will devour these! We tried them warm and at room temp, and all preferred room temp."


Italian Easter Egg Basket

"This is a traditional treat brought over from Italy, which is made for the celebration of Easter. I have fond memories of my mother making this each year. It's delicious and I enjoy it very much."

-Chef 468640

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

"These little bunnies are sure to make the kids smile! Use any kind of small candy for decorating (jelly beans, mini M&Ms, sweeTARTS, tropical Skittles). Your effort will pay off!"

-Julia Lynn

Chocolate Cream-Filled Easter Eggs

"What a wonderful and easy-to-make Easter treat! Everyone who tried them loved them, and they were impressed by the yellow 'yolk' center. I highly recommend these!"


Easter Bunny Racers

"This is such a great idea! My parents had just as much fun making them as my 8-year-old and 11-year-old. We assembled them on Saturday night, and all the kids had them for dessert after the Easter egg hunt on Sunday."


Easter Egg Nest Treats

With a Rice Krispies treat base, these nests are a cinch to prepare. Make them the day-of and fill with your favorites: coconut, marshmallows, jelly beans or chocolate eggs!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs

Skip the pricey name-brand treats, and still give kids what they want, with these perfect creamy chocolate replicas.

Nutter Butter Easter Chicks

"I wanted something to go with the Nutter Butter Easter Bunnies I recently made. These little chicks were just right. They are super easy to make and look adorable."

-Kathy at

Easter Basket Cupcakes

"Delicious and oh so pretty! These were the highlight of our Easter meal. The cupcakes are extremely moist and would be a great go-to recipe even without the Easter toppings."


Rice Krispies Easter Treats

"This recipe is quick and easy, and it's perfect as a sweet Easter gift. You can make various shapes depending on the cookie cutters you use."


Bunny Dessert Salad

"My kids had a lot of fun making this. I put a picture on the table with all the ingredients in bowls, and they had a blast."


Easter Nests with Jelly Bean Eggs

"These were so cute! I used mini muffin tins to form the nests and let my 2-year-old 'help' by putting the jelly beans on top. He loved it!"

-Lil Sis

Bunny in a Cup

"I did these in mini graham cracker crusts and made them with banana pudding instead of vanilla. The kids will love them!"


Gluten-Free Cherry Coconut Easter Eggs

"These were absolutely delicious. I used low-fat sweetened condensed milk, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. They taste just like a Mounds candy bar, only better."


Bunny Bread

"This is filled with raisins, chocolate chips, and cinnamon and sugar. The M&M's colors run, so place them on after baking."


Easter Peeps Pots de Creme

"What a cute and tasty dessert! I love anything with lemon, and this was no exception. I will be making these again."


Nutter Butter Easter Bunnies

"These bunnies were so cute; I knew I had to give them a try! If you like these bunnies, make the Nutter Butter Easter Chicks too!"

-Kathy at

Bonus: Deviled Egg Chicks

"My 6-year-old had a great time putting the eyes and beaks on! The chicks will probably become a fun Easter tradition at our house!"