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Easter Chick Cupcakes
Kids and adults alike will love this collection of adorable Easter recipes! They're cute, easy, and perfect for young helpers. So grab your little sous chef, stock up on Easter candy and pastel food coloring, and head into the kitchen!
Easter Chick Cupcakes are so sweet, they're almost too cute to eat! Making the chick's little bodies couldn't be easier: they're just two big dollops of yellow frosting. The feet and facial features can be made with adult help, and they're... also good practice for kids just learning how to pipe decorations.Continue to 2 of 13 below.
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Peanut Butter Easter Eggs
Everyone loves the chocolate-peanut butter eggs you can buy in the store--but I guarantee you'll love the homemade version even more! Just a few ingredients are all you need to whip up these cute and tasty eggs, filled with peanut butter and dunked in chocolate. One taste will have you saying "Reeses, Shmeeses."Continue to 3 of 13 below.
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Easter Bunny Cookies
Easter Bunny Cookies are one treat that everyone will love to see in their Easter basket! These easy white chocolate-covered cookies are made even more adorable with the addition of marshmallow ears and a shiny pink candy nose. Make these for some"bunny" you love this spring!Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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Sparkling Jelly Easter Eggs
These Sparkling Jello Easter Eggs are as tasty as they are beautiful! They're made with sparkling lemon-lime soda, and each layer is a different flavor of gelatin, so each bite is unique and delicious. Customize these by using your favorite flavors of Jello and layering them however you'd like. There's no wrong way to make them!Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Easter Cake Push Pops
These Push Pops are a cute twist on the traditional slice of cake or cupcake! Crumbled cake and frosting and layered into plastic push pop containers, and sprinkled with chocolate rocks and coconut grass on top. Finally, chocolate decorations like bunny ears, carrots, and bunny butts are added on top!Continue to 6 of 13 below.
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White Chocolate Easter Bark
This dual-layered Easter bark is so easy, most kids can make it themselves. Two colors of melted chocolate are spread on a baking sheet, then it's topped with the Easter candy of your choice. After a quick chill in the refrigerator, it's ready to be broken into pieces and devoured!Continue to 8 of 13 below.
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Jelly Bean Bird Nests
You only need four ingredients and 10 minutes to make these cute little bird nests! The step-by-step recipe will guide you through every phase of the process. Swap out the candy eggs in the middle to suit your tastes, or add chocolate bunnies or marshmallow Peeps for a fun change.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Easter Rice Krispy Treats
These adorable Easter nests are simply Rice Krispies treats molded into the shape of birds' nests using a muffin tin. The treats are then topped with coconut, jelly beans and/or chocolate Easter eggs. Serve these at your next Easter egg hunt or party!Continue to 10 of 13 below.
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Easter Bunny Cupcakes
It's easy to transform regular cupcakes into cute Easter bunnies! Every part of the bunny's face is made from another candy, so you just need a few minutes to add the chocolate nose, marshmallow cheeks, and pink-sprinkled marshmallow ears.Continue to 11 of 13 below.
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Easter Egg Cake Pops
Make your Easter sweeter with these Easter Egg Cake Pops! Moist bites of cake and frosting are formed into egg shapes, made into lollipops, and decorated to look like festive Easter eggs.Continue to 12 of 13 below.
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Easter Bunny Cake
If you are looking for an Easter table decoration and a cute dessert, look no further than this cute Easter Bunny Cake! You don't even need a special cake pan! Just follow these step by step instructions and you'll have a darling Easter bunny cake in no time.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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