Best Easy Easter Baking (Or No-Bake) Recipes
Every-bunny can make these delicious treats
While we never need an excuse to treat ourselves to a tasty baked good, with Easter just around the corner you have the perfect reason to bake up batches of sweet treats for your family and friends! If you’re not one to labour away in the kitchen for hours on end baking, no worries—we’ve got you covered with easy Easter baking recipes that take much less than an hour to whip up (excluding chill time!). These recipes are egg-stra delicious and will be a huge hit at your Easter gathering. Make them all for a spectacular dessert spread!
This carrot cake cupcake recipe is very forgiving, and you can make use of what you’ve got on hand to customize the recipe. Make these with or without nuts and raisins or try mixing it up with half white and half brown sugar. The cream cheese frosting makes for a fantastic topping on these cupcakes that will be a perfect portion for each of your Easter guests—no need to fight over who’s getting the bigger piece of carrot cake. Top with extra nuts for an added crunch!
Only three ingredients and 20 minutes of your time are required for this recipe! Shredded wheat, melted chocolate and candy-coated chocolate eggs come together to make cute little nests that are delicious and fun to make. Try adding other Easter candies in the nests to create a variety of flavours for the family to enjoy. Just set these nests in the fridge for two hours, and you’re good to go!
Another no-bake recipe for those busy days, these little no-bake cheesecakes absolutely do not compromise on flavour or cuteness factor. Starting with the graham cracker crust, these tiny cheesecakes are the perfect quick recipe to make as an Easter treat. The chocolate malt ball pieces combined with the fluffy cream cheese and whipped cream mixture will please every-bunny’s tastebuds!
Ah, the classic sugar cookie. Flour, butter, sugar and egg make the perfect sugar cookie base to dress up in any shape you like, but bunnies have to be one of the cutest ways. Decorate with your choice of icing—royal icing, cookie icing or vanilla buttercream—and top with colourful sprinkles to jazz up your Easter dessert spread with spring pastels and bright colours. You can even get the kids in on this one to decorate however they like!
Whether you choose to make one or all of these easy Easter recipes, we hope you have a hoppy Easter filled with family, food and fun!