Fun Easter Recipes

Easter rabbit cake

Bunny Butt Cake (from Betty Crocker)

When I saw the picture for this cake, I knew that the theme for this post had to be about fun Easter recipes.

Yes, I take my Easter ham and side dishes seriously, but, come on – Bunny Butt Cake? How could you not want to make this for a party?

If deviled eggs are an Easter must-have, but you want to do something a little different, how about giving them a little color? These Pastel Deviled Eggs would put a smile on the face of any deviled egg doubter. (You can make your favorite devilish filling or use the recipe at the link.)

Pastel Deviled Eggs (Evansville Living)

Ok – how about a recipe for some fun, homemade Easter candy?

Homemade gum drops

Homemade Gum Drops (Bakerella)

These Homemade Gum Drops from Bakerella look mighty good – and I don’t even like gum drops.

Jelly Bean Easter Bark (courtesy Nestle)

Here’s an easy, no bake treat – Jelly Bean Easter Bark. A great way to use up leftover jelly beans from the Easter basket.

And for my fellow chocoholics …

Peanut Butter Chocolate Easter Eggs (courtesy Smithfield)

…some Peanut Butter Chocolate Easter Eggs – also no-bake. You’re welcome.

There you go – a little Easter fun for you and the family. What fun treats will you be making this week?

Dawn Mundy

I write food and lifestyle articles for Family Features by day. I wish I could say I was a superhero by night, but alas, that is not so. I’m a mom who loves cooking, gardening, music and books. See what I’m cooking at home at

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