These 10 easy homemade Easter treats for kids are as much fun to eat as they are to make. Perfect for kids of all ages and fun for the whole family!
While chocolate bunnies, marshmallow Peeps and Cadbury creme filled eggs will likely remain a favorite among kids both young and old, it’s always fun to try new things. If you love to experiment in the kitchen, you’ll love trying out these homemade Easter treats from some of our favorite bloggers.
These yummy treats are fun, colorful and super tasty. Many of them incorporate popular Easter delicacies like Peeps, Easter egg candies and more. Try one or try them all and fill your kids’ personalized Easter baskets with delicious homemade delights they’ll love trying.
Here are 10 fun and easy homemade Easter treats you and your kids will love to make and eat.
1. Salted Caramel Easter Popcorn
This fun recipe combines the best of both worlds: sweet and salty. The popcorn mix includes salty pretzel pieces and sweet pretzel M&Ms in festive Easter colors, all topped with a caramel and marshmallow drizzle.
You can have this yummy Easter treat ready in less than 25 minutes. Put some in clear cellophane bags to place in Easter baskets or enjoy once it’s cooled off.
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2. Easter Bunny Bark
For all the chocolate lovers out there, this Easter Bunny Bark is the recipe to try. It Combines milk and white chocolate with colorful Easter candies and pastel sprinkles. What’s great about this recipe is that you can use whatever candies you like most.
You can make this treat ahead of time and refrigerate it for up to 3 weeks or even freeze it for up to 2 months! If chocolate is your thing, this is definitely a recipe to try.
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3. Easter Blossom Sugar Cookies
Cookie lovers will enjoy this super easy sugar cookie recipe. The ingredients are simple and these cookies take just 30 minutes to whip up.
What makes them special for Easter are the colorful sugar crystals they’re coated with. The Hershey chocolate kiss is just the cherry on top that adds an extra delicious dose of sweetness.
>> Get The Recipe: Easter Blossom Sugar Cookies
4. Easter Peeps Pops
If your kids go crazy for Peeps, they’ll love these chocolate coated Peeps pops with adorable candy noses. These Easter treats are so easy to make. All you’ll need are paper straws, white chocolate candy, Easter Bunny Peeps and Shimmer Sixlets (or other round, colorful candy) for the bunny noses.
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5. Creme Egg Rocky Road
This rich and decadent Easter treat utilizes Cadbury mini creme eggs along with chocolate, marshmallows, cherries, raisins and tea biscuits. It’s easy to make and required no baking. You simply combine the ingredients and pop them in the fridge before cutting them up into squares for all to enjoy.
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6. Easter Homemade Fudge
Another no-bake recipe, this homemade Easter fudge uses yummy malted milk balls crushed into pieces to give the fudge a festive, colorful look. This easy to make fudge looks and tastes absolutely scrumptious. It’s a sweet and luscious treat both kids and adults will enjoy this Easter.
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7. Easter Rice Krispie Treats
Rice Krispie treats are a popular kids’ favorite and this recipe takes them up a notch with White Almond Bark and colorful chocolate melts. It’s one of the easiest recipes on our list, especially for Rice Kirspie treat pros.
Adding cake pop sticks just makes these Easter treats more fun to eat!
>> Get The Recipe: Easter Rice Krispie Treats
8. Peeps Pretzel Rods
This easy recipe is a great one to try with the kids. It’s so simple that there’s really no way to mess it up. Your kids will have so much fun dipping the pretzels into the white chocolate and then using colorful sprinkles and marshmallow bunny Peeps to decorate them.
>> Get The Recipe: Peeps Pretzel Rods
9. Pretzel Bunnies & Ducks
For a more ambitious pretzel treat, try these adorable pretzel bunnies and ducks. The key to these super cute Easter treats is in careful decorating to make the bunny and duck faces using Wilton’s decorating gel.
>> Get The Recipe: Pretzel Bunnies & Ducks
10. Homemade Peanut Butter & Chocolate Reese’s Eggs
For a classic Easter treat, give these delicious homemade Reese’s eggs a try! Peanut butter and chocolate make the perfect pair and this no-bake recipe is surprisingly easy.
>> Get The Recipe: Homemade Reese’s Eggs
With all of these delicious homemade Easter treat options, we’re sure you’ll have plenty of fun in the kitchen this holiday season. Let us know which recipe was your favorite!
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