5 Easter-Themed Recipes the Whole Family Will Love

Winter flew by, March came in like a lion and out like a lamb, and the sweetest holiday of all is finally upon us — Easter! Some-bunny told us there’s no better time for treats than right now, so we rounded up our favorite springtime-inspired desserts that your whole family will fall in love with…

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  1. Easy Rabbit Cake
    Bring the Easter Bunny to life with another mesmerizing creation from Chelsweets’ Chelsey White! The layered Easy Rabbit Cake will make you seem straight out of culinary school. Plus, who doesn’t love a spring-y buttercream, vanilla and coconut concoction?

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  1. Easter Dessert Kabobs
    Do your family members crave different desserts? Solve it all with these Easter Dessert Kabobs from Inspired by Charm, filled with Peeps, Carrot Cake Balls, Rice Krispy Treats and more! Just stick to one kabob to avoid a sugar overload.

  1. Italian Easter Bread
    Part King’s Cake, part Fairy Bread, and all deliciousness… brighten up your Easter dinner with colorful Italian Easter Bread from Bake with Christina. This slightly sweet glazed bread will put all those colorful eggs to good use and pair perfectly with your feast.

  1. Bunny Mallow Popcorn
    Settle in for family movie night with this sweet and salty Bunny Mallow Popcorn from Two Sisters Crafting! Complete with two types of marshmallows, sprinkles and M&M’s, it’s sure to delight everyone in your family.

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  1. Lemon Cheesecake with Strawberry Crust
    Looking for a low-key dessert? Grab your spring form pan and try Back for SecondsLemon Cheesecake with Strawberry Crust! It’s light, airy, colorful and extremely easy to make. Once you try it out, you’ll crave it all season long!

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