Easter is just around the corner which means it is time to plan every bunny’s favorite part of the day – Easter desserts! I have gathered up 60+ festive and seasonal treats that will satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth!
60+ Easter Dessert Recipes
Even though I’m busy making Easter activities for the kids and Easter SVG files to share, I am planning Easter meals for my whole family too. I have hosted Easter brunch (which turns into an all-day Easter eggs-travaganza) for the last several years, so I am busy planning my menu for the whole day.
My favorite parts of planning Easter for my family are definitely the cocktails and the Easter desserts! I have always loved to bake, and it’s so fun to come up with desserts that are Easter Bunny approved.
From carrot cakes to a twist on hot cross buns to lemon cookies, there are SO many Easter dessert recipes that you can make for your family dinner this year. Some of my family’s favorites are pies, cheesecake, and anything that has Cadbury Mini Easter eggs! Not surprisingly, our dessert table is always full!
Don’t forget to pin this photo to Pinterest so you can remember all of these Easter desserts year after year!
Easter Desserts That You Have to Make This Year
Since I am always looking for the perfect dessert recipes for Easter, I’ve gathered up some of my favorites, plus some from my favorite food bloggers that I can’t wait to try!
Coconut cream pie has been my favorite since I was a kid, and I make it every year for Easter! It’s piled high with homemade whipped cream and filled with custard made from scratch. It’s the best Easter dessert!
I took the southern classic Banana Pudding and made it into single serving desserts – and added bourbon for a bananas foster flavor! It’s so good!
Dump cake is one of the easiest desserts to make and this one is perfect with fresh berries or frozen! Canned peaches are the perfect way to get the fresh taste of sweet peaches all year round and with pre made cake mix, dessert prep is just a few minutes.
Marshmallow peeps are the ultimate Easter treat and everyone will love these simple sugar cookies with shredded coconut “grass” and jelly beans for decoration. They’re so adorable!
If you’re looking for easy Easter desserts, you can’t beat these Easter Rice Krispie treats!
I adore these Peeps inspired Easter cakes from Happiness is Homemade. Instead of buttercream frosting, they’re coated with white chocolate!
If you’re craving a perfectly sweet treat, look no further than this dessert dip made with Cadbury chocolate easter eggs. It is a cream cheese dip, so it tastes like cheesecake filling!
This croissant bake is a tasty twist on a common breakfast bake. It’s perfect for Easter brunch because it’s both a breakfast item and a dessert! You could have some whipped topping on the side to make it more of a dessert, too!
Mini eggs are always an easy choice to celebrate Easter! Make a big batch of these easter egg brownies for a crowd!
Strawberry buttercream frosting is so simple to make but it makes such a yummy and pretty dessert. These cupcakes have an awesome fruit flavor and are a delicious and easy dessert for Easter dinner.
Have you seen anything cuter than these Easter cake pops? They almost look too delicious to eat! Cake pops are awesome for any holiday celebration, and these would be the perfect finale to Easter dinner. Both kids and adults will love them.
If you’re looking for a dessert that will surprise your guests, this creme brulee is packed with blueberry and lemon flavor! This recipe from Happiness is Homemade will definitely be on our Easter table this year!
Chex bars are an easy Easter dessert that can’t go wrong! Easy recipes like this are always a go-to if we travel for the holidays – they won’t get destroyed on the trip and the recipe can be finished in a few minutes the night before we go.
Brownies in cookie form? Yes, please! These stay perfectly soft and you can add colorful sprinkles with the mini eggs, too!
I love a good no bake cheesecake. Make it Easter themed and mini? I’m all in! These will look adorable on your holiday table!
These cookies look like adorable Easter baskets, and of course you add the cutest Easter egg right on top!
I can’t get over how delicious these chewy cookies look! Anyone with a sweet tooth will definitely like this Easter dessert!
How fun and colorful is this cheesecake inspired by Fruity Pebbles. It would definitely be a colorful addition to your Easter dessert table!
Traditional hot cross buns are a normal addition to the Easter table, but this twist on the Easter classic looks delicious!
Who doesn’t love cream cheese frosting? It’s my favorite and I will eat any dessert smothered in it! Plus, this dessert bakes in a tray – no stacking a cake, and it’s easy to cut!
These Carrot Cake cupcakes are perfect if you want to make individual sized desserts and everyone loves the traditional carrot cake flavor!
What dessert do you eat for Easter? Have you made any of these desserts? Leave those and your favorite Easter dessert recipes in the comments!