Honey Joys as Cute Easter Desserts

When thinking about party food ideas for the kids, it is advisable to keep it simple and easy.  It is even better if you can find a recipe that the kids can help you make.

This recipe is not only easy but also super friendly on your party budget, with very few ingredients required.

Honey Joys are perfect as cute Easter desserts due to their ease in preparation and also because they taste delicious.  They are crispy and sticky and are an absolute hit with the kids.

You will find that the big kids love them too!

Cute Easter Desserts: Honey Joys

Most of the time Easter desserts are based around chocolate, so these cute Easter desserts throw something a little different into the mix yet still satisfy the sweet tooth.

Make the honey joys into small baskets, then nestle some chocolate eggs or jelly beans into the centre.  They will look gorgeous on any Easter dessert table…..if they stay there long enough!

Cute Easter Desserts: Honey Joys

Cute Easter Desserts: Honey Joys

These honey will take you no time at all to make and are especially great if you are looking for a last minute idea.

Follow the recipe below and have the kids help you for some added fun.

Honey Joys as Cute Easter Desserts

Honey Joys as Cute Easter Desserts


  • 90g butter or margarine
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 4 cups cornflakes or rice crispies
  • Cadbury mini eggs or other Easter treats


Preheat oven to 150C

Melt butter, sugar and honey together in a saucepan until frothy

Add the cornflakes or rice crispies and mix well

Spoon mixture into patty cases, leaving a well in the centre for Easter chocolates.

Bake for 10 minutes then cool. Once cool, add the chocolates or jelly beans.


Cute Easter Desserts: Honey Joys

If you would prefer to use chocolate over Easter, then you could make these same treats but make them as chocolate crackles rather than honey joys.

Do you make any cute Easter desserts with your family?  I’d love to hear about your ideas, please share them below.

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  1. says

    Oooh, I have never added honey to these, we usually just use melted marshmallow. Gotta try these. YUM!

    Thanks for sharing on Tasty Tuesdays. Hope to see you back next week.

    • says

      Melted marshmallow….now that is something I have veer tried! They sound amazing!! Ohh…now I want to make those! My daughter is a huge fan of marshmallow so I think she would go giddy over it 🙂

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