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One Bowl Blue Velvet Easter Bunny Bars

One Bowl Blue Velvet Easter Bunny Bars One Bowl Blue Velvet Easter Bunny Bars are sure to brighten up your Easter dessert tray or table! This delicious dessert bar recipe is made with blue velvet cake mix, which is just one of the ingredients that gives each bar its bright blue color. Spring-colored chocolate chips as well as delicious Easter candies add little pops of bright, pastel colors throughout the bars. With just five ingredients and one bowl that you have to use, this dessert honestly couldn't be easier. It's sure to be a hit at your Easter brunch this year.


Insanely Easy Easter Marshmallow Bark

Insanely Easy Easter Marshmallow Bark Insanely Easy Easter Marshmallow Bark honestly couldn't be easier. This Easter dessert recipe calls for less than five ingredients and very little of your time. Pastel-colored mini marshmallows combine together with white chocolate to create a dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth and look great on your Easter dessert table. You can even cut the bark into fun shapes, wrap them in cellophane, and give them as gifts. These treats are almost too cute to eat!


Carrot Cake Roll

Carrot Cake Roll Carrot cakes are practically Easter dessert staples. Spice up your holiday with a Carrot Cake Roll. Like a traditional chocolate cake roll, this carrot cake recipe combines a thin, moist cake with a creamy frosting. This particular recipe was adapted from a pumpkin cake roll so the spices in the carrot cake are spicy and sweet at the same time. If you're afraid about the cake cracking while you roll it up, the recipe offers some great tips to give you a hand. Your guests will absolutely fall in love with this dessert at first bite.


Chocolate Dipped Coconut Meringues

Chocolate Dipped Coconut Meringues If you are in the mood for a wonderfully scrumptious Easter dessert recipe, but are sick and tired of eating things that are egg or bunny shaped, then these Chocolate Dipped Coconut Meringues are right up your alley. First, you are going to start off making a meringue by whipping up some egg whites. Then, you add in your incredible flavorings such as coconut and chocolate (yummers!). Lastly, you bake. That's it! What a delightfully simple recipe to have!


Bunny Bait Carrot Cake Fudge

Bunny Bait Carrot Cake Fudge Bunny Bait Carrot Cake Fudge has all of the flavors you love about your favorite carrot cake recipe in a denser, sweeter package. The fudge itself has two layers, mimicking the cake and frosting of a carrot cake. The carrot cake layer of the fudge is made with cake mix while the frosting layer is made with actual cream cheese frosting. These fudge pieces make for the perfect Easter dessert recipe because they're just so easy to pop into your mouth.


Peter Cottontail's Carrot Cake Bars

Peter Cottontails Carrot Cake Bars Hop on down the bunny trail with a batch of Peter Cottontail's Carrot Cake Bars. This Easter dessert recipe features one of the most beloved Easter flavors carrot cake. The bars are incredibly dense and flavorful, thanks to the cake mix. Easter candies give the bars bursts of pastel colors as well as flavor depth. The best part about this recipe is that it's easy to whip up, leaving you more time to spend with your family. Easter just wouldn't be complete without a tray of these sweets.


Chocolate Covered Bunny Marshmallows

Chocolate Covered Bunny Marshmallows Peeps are an extremely popular item that is bought around Easter time. Sometimes you receive so many Peeps, that you don't know what to do with them all. We have the perfect solution for you, use them to make these Chocolate Covered Bunny Marshmallows. Enjoy this fluffy and light treat with your entire family. This is one Easter dessert recipe that is sure to become one of your family's Easter traditions.


Meringue Kisses

Meringue Kisses If you are looking for something that is light and airy, then these Meringue Kisses are right up your alley. This dessert is not overrun with flavor. There is just a hint of it to keep it cheery and whimsical. While they may have a crunchy exterior, it is nothing except pillows and sunshine on the inside. This sugary treat is perfect for everyone of all ages. Use different food coloring colors to make this sensational snack no matter what holiday or season it is!


Italian Easter Egg Bread

Italian Easter Egg Bread Return to your roots this spring with Italian Easter Egg Bread. This classic Italian Easter recipe is sure to add a splash of color to any dinner table. Colored eggs are nestled in the pockets of a braided sweet dough. A confectioner's glaze and a ton of colorful sprinkles add even more sweetness to this already irresistible treat. It will take all of your family's willpower not to cut into it before Easter brunch or dinner is over.


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