There is nothing quite like watching the kids run down the steps Easter morning and tearing into their Easter baskets of seasonal candy with pure excitement. After all, you spent time putting together a magical Easter basket that’s practically overflowing with Easter sweets. If you want to take your Easter basket skills to the next level, try making these incredible, practically no-bake Easter treats.
This Easter, don’t just load your kids’ Easter baskets with dyed Easter eggs — include these sweet “egg” truffles, too! Made with their favorite store-bought cookie (you could use anything from chocolate chip to Oreos), these little Easter eggs are fun to make with the kids and are perfect for their Easter baskets or Easter egg hunt party!
If you leave Santa Claus cookies on Christmas Eve, it only makes sense that you’d want to leave the Easter Bunny a little something for his Easter Sunday visit. While carrots are always a welcomed treat for bunnies, we figured this year you should leave him (and your kids) something extra-sweet. These ice cream cones are easy to make and delicious to munch on. All you need are some cones, candy, and a little colored chocolate.
Inspired by the original Rice Krispies Treat recipe this awesome Serious Eats recipe, this treat uses the classic Easter candy Peeps to make a beautiful, multicolored treat. Use Easter-themed cookie cutters and you’ll have the perfect addition to your Easter basket!
Easter Sunday is all about the Easter basket for kids. Loaded with toys and treats, you’re probably a tad sad you don’t still receive one. Delight them this year with an extra Easter basket that they can eat. These mini Easter baskets are made with a cookie crumb crust and a fun green filling.