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Inside: 30 amazing Easter treats for kids that they are going to absolutely LOVE. These recipes are easy to make and are great for parties or for school.
There are ideas that include chocolate, peeps, no-bake and non-chocolate treats. The difficult decision will be deciding which one to make first!
Easter is a great time of year to make some super cute treats. Between the Easter chicks, eggs and bunnies, it is impossible not to make at least one treat that will make you say “ahhhh”.
Whilst these are all deemed to be Easter treats for kids, there is nothing to say that adult’s won’t enjoy them too. In fact, most adults will probably dive in there with the kids (if not before).
This is where the child in all of us can come out to play. I hope you love this selection!
Cupcake Easter Treats For Kids
It’s hard to have Easter without having something representing the Easter bunny. These Easter bunny cupcakes make the perfect Easter treats for kids.
They are fun to easy and fun to make, cute to look at and they taste delicious. This makes them a win win treat!
These super adorable spring flower cupcakes are perfect for Easter and they are super simple to make too. If you are not confident with your decorating skills, I bet you can still make these ones!
These have to be the most adorable Easter bunny cupcakes I have ever seen. If you need Easter treats for kids, then these would definitely hit the target spot on.
Pop on over to “Hungry Happenings” where you will find out exactly how to make these Easter thief bunnies.
These chocolate carrot cupcakes by “Herbivore Cucina” are simply adorable. They look amazing and they sound oh so good.
This is certainly a super fun way to display a cupcake.
Who doesn’t like a surprise inside of their cupcakes? These surprise baskets by “Sheri Silver” will be amazing for Easter and are easier to make than you might think.
6. Easter Chick Cupcakes
For the most adorable cupcakes on the table at an Easter gathering, these Easter chick cupcakes by “Amanda’s Cookin” are a must!
With just simple piping skills and some candy eyes, you are well on your way to achieving these super cute cupcakes.
7. Easter Basket Cupcakes
Easter baskets are always a favorite for kids, so turning them into a cupcake is bound to be a hit. These Easter basket cupcakes by “Rock a Bye Parents” are super simple to make, but they look totally adorable.
If a chocolate cupcake isn’t enough to get you excited, how about finding a Cadbury creme egg hidden in it?
That’s exactly what you will find with these Cadbury creme egg cupcakes by “The Mommy Hood Life”.
Not sure how it is done? Head on over to the tutorial to find out.
Chocolate Easter Treats
Can you think of a better cookie to eat over Easter than a goey sticky Easter egg cookie?
Nope, didn’t think so. Luckily for you, there is an easy recipe for these Easter egg cookies that is right here waiting for you!
Cute, colorful and simple to make. Bird’s nest cookies are going to be a hit with the kids at Easter. With such a simple recipe to follow, why not whip up a huge big batch!
My taste buds are pretty much drooling with these birds nest brownies by “Smart Savy Living”. Not only are they full of chocolate goodness, and topped with Easter eggs, but they have an extra special chocolate surprise inside them.
These brownies have to make it to your “to try” list!
12. Easter Bunny Brownies
These homemade Easter bunny brownies by “Home Cooking Memories” look super delicious and also super cute too! With a little Easter bunny head cookie cutter, your brownies could look this adorable too!
Need some Easter treats for kids that can be whipped up in minutes? Try these chocolate bunny candies by “Smashed Peas and Carrots”.
Simply buy a bunny mold, melt the chocolate and decorate. They will be just as much fun to make as they will be to eat!
14. Easter Basket Candies
Love Reese’s peanut butter cups? Well now you can turn them into the most adorable Easter treats for kids.
This great tutorial by “Arts Crackers” will show you exactly how these Easter basket candies are made.
15. Easter Chocolate Shot Glasses
Gorgeous little chocolate goodness shot glasses make the perfect treats for kids at Easter.
A easy to follow tutorial is provided by “The Flying Couponer” to help you whip these up for your Easter gathering this year.
Chocolate bark is always a great treat to make for the holidays and this Easter candy bark by “Take Time For Style” looks particularly delicious.
The great thing about it is that it can be as messy as you like and it’s still going to be awesome. No cooking or baking skills are required for this one.
Did someone say Cadbury creme egg nachos? For a snack that the kids are literally going to dive into, head on over to “Recipes From A Pantry” to find out how to make it.
18. MnM Cookies
These cookies are simply super pretty and incredibly tasty. You really can’t go wrong with cookies, as they are perfect for lunch box’s, snacks, and parties.
So for the perfect cookies this Easter, head on over to “DIY Candy” for the MnM cookies recipe.
19. Easter Bunny Snack Pudding Cups
How adorable are these Easter bunny snack pudding treats by “Sippy Cup Mom”?
The awesome thing about this treat is that it really doesn’t take much time for mom’s to prepare but you can easily make something that the kids will love.
In my mind, these are the best kind of Easter treats for kids.
Easter Treats For Kids That Use Peeps
If you are looking for some cupcakes that are quick and easy to make, then these easy Easter cupcakes by “Ann’s Entitled Life” should do the trick nicely.
Simply by using some Easter egg marshmallow peeps, you can make some simple cupcakes into something special for Easter.
21. Easter Candy Blondies
22. Peeps S’mores Easter Treats
Everyone loves S’mores, so why not make them a bit extra special for Easter by including some peeps. These peeps S’mores by “Cindy Shopper” not only taste great, but they look amazing too.
For something a little bit extra adorable, take a peek at how to make these Easter peeps mobile. There is an easy tutorial to follow over at “Crayons and “Cravings” and a plate of these made up for Easter would look pretty cute!
Chocolate Free Easter Treats For Kids
24. Honey Joy Easter Nests
Honey joys are incredibly easy to make and they make a nice alternative to chocolate at Easter.
Whilst I have topped these Easter nests with some mini chocolate eggs, you could easily substitute that for some jellies to make it a complete chocolate free Easter treat.
With only a few ingredients required and a treat that is ‘no bake’, this recipe by “Hello Nature Blog” needs to be tried. It is super quick to whip up a batch of marshmallow bird’s nests and the kids will love you for it.
These marshmallow puffed rice treats by “Mamma Loves Food” might be a little fiddly to make, but they would be so worth it. How adorable do they look and just perfect for Easter.
If you had the time you could also make them various colors which would look super cute in a basket together.
I absolutely love marshmallow pops. They are always a great kids party food and one that I always go to time and time again.
These marshmallow bunny pops by “The Decorated Cookie” are therefore a winner as far as I’m concerned. They would make quick and easy Easter treats for kids that you can guarantee that they will love.
Sticking with the marshmallow pops theme, these Easter carrot pops by “Sippy Cup Mom” are such a cute kids treat. The green edible grass is super effective.
All kids love lollipops, so these lollipop chicks by “Red Ted Art” make the perfect Easter treats for kids. The best part is you don’t even have to do any baking!
Just for something completely different, I wanted to include these Easter smoothies by “Foodie Quine”. If you want your kids to eat their fruit and vegetables this Easter, then serve them like this.
You won’t receive too many complaints!
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