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Easy No-Bake Easter Desserts Anyone Can Make

Easy No-Bake Easter Desserts Anyone Can Make

 

Easter desserts are a great chance to be creative and make some tasty treats of bunnies, eggs, and the like. But they don’t need to be terribly complicated or take a long time to be tasty and festive. There’s plenty of Easter desserts out there that don’t even require an oven and are simple to whip up at any time. Check out these easy no-bake Easter desserts anyone can make.

1. Peanut Butter Eggs

These delicious peanut butter eggs make amazing Easter desserts that are super easy to make. You only need four ingredients for this recipe including butter, creamy peanut butter, powdered sugar, and chocolate chips or similar chocolate to melt. Combine the butter, peanut butter, and powdered sugar and mix until everything is smooth. Then shape all the eggs you can, or want, then freeze them for about 10 minutes and in the meantime melt your chocolate. Dip your frozen eggs into your chocolate with a fork, shake off the excess, then place them on wax paper to harden and set. Then you can decorate them with frosting or just eat them as they are for some delicious Easter desserts!

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Easy No-Bake Easter Desserts Anyone Can Make

2. Easter Carrots

These Easter carrots make delicious Easter desserts for you and your friends/family! They’re easy to make with only three ingredients. The recipe uses vanilla almond bark, strawberries, and an orange gel-based or oil-based food coloring. Microwave the vanilla almond bark, stirring halfway through, for about one minute. Stir in your orange food coloring until you get a good orange color that you like. Dip your strawberries in the melted, orange bark and place them on parchment paper. If you want to go the extra mile, use a wooden pick or such to draw a few lines on the strawberries to better resemble a carrot, then let them cool completely. The leaves from the strawberries work perfectly to give it that carrot look also! You can even substitute the vanilla almond bark for white chocolate.

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3. Nutter Butter Chicks & Bunnies

No-bake Easter desserts make great staples for the holidays because they’re easy to make, look festive, and taste delicious all in one! This recipe uses Nutter Butter cookies (the ones shaped like peanuts) to make some creative Easter desserts. You can either make chicks or bunnies depending on how you decorate them. The main difference is the colored candy you choose for the chocolate melt (yellow or white). You use candy eyes, as expected you would, as well as colored frosting depending on the Easter animal you’re making. So if you want chicks you need orange frosting or if you prefer bunnies then you need pink and black frosting. Dip your Nutter Butters in the chocolate melt and let them dry on some parchment paper. Place the eyes on them before they dry completely though! Then use your frosting to decorate your cookies into some tasty and great looking Easter desserts!

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4. Chocolate Easter Bark

This is a delicious, chocolatey treat you need to make for Easter! The chocolate Easter bark recipe uses a number of chocolate candies to make a dessert that looks almost as good as it tastes. The recipe recommends Cadburys creme eggs and mini malt Easter Bunnies but you can get creative here. Unfortunately, it’s not one of those Easter desserts you can eat immediately as you’ll need to let it chill for about two hours after preparing it. But trust me, it’s worth the wait.

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5. Chocolate Dipped Easter Marshmallow Pops

These marshmallow pops make super easy and delicious Easter desserts that anyone can make. The recipe just uses a couple of ingredients and seems more complicated than it actually is. You melt some butter in a large pot then melt in some marshmallows until they’re smooth. Remove from heat then stir in some powdered sugar and then place the marshmallow mixture on a powdered sugar spread on your counter. Knead this and mix in the last quarter cup of powdered sugar until it’s smooth and no longer sticky. Melt your chocolate and then use a cookie cutter to cut out some bunnies or eggs or other Easter-related icons. Place your shapes in the freezer for about 10 to 15 minutes. Place some melted chocolate on the holding sticks to better secure the marshmallows, then fasten your shapes to the sticks. Let it freeze for another few minutes then dip them in your melted chocolate and put them on some parchment paper in the refrigerator for about 15 to 20 minutes. You can add additional frosting or maybe some sprinkles if you’d like as well! Now your tasty Easter desserts are ready to be devoured by you and your friends and family.

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Easy No-Bake Easter Desserts Anyone Can Make

6. Neapolitan Fudge

This Neapolitan fudge makes a delicious dessert that could be enjoyed at Easter or any other holiday as well. It is a no-bake dessert but will require at least eight hours or more in the refrigerator. But if you’ve ever had fudge before then you know it’s always worth the wait. This creative recipe uses a variety of ingredients to have three tasty layers of fudge that also gives it the same festive look of other Easter desserts.

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5.Chocolate Dipped Easter Marshmallow Pops These marshmallow pops make super easy and delicious Easter desserts that anyone can make. The recipe just uses a couple of ingredients and seems more complicated than it actually is. You melt some butter in a large pot then melt in some marshmallows until they’re smooth. Remove from heat then stir in some powdered sugar and then place the marshmallow mixture on a powdered sugar spread on your counter. Knead this and mix in the last quarter cup of powdered sugar until it’s smooth and no longer sticky. Melt your chocolate and then use a cookie cutter to cut out some bunnies or eggs or other Easter-related icons. Place your shapes in the freezer for about 10 to 15 minutes. Place some melted chocolate on the holding sticks to better secure the marshmallows, then fasten your shapes to the sticks. Let it freeze for another few minutes then dip them in your melted chocolate and put them on some parchment paper in the refrigerator for about 15 to 20 minutes. You can add additional frosting or maybe some sprinkles if you’d like as well! Now your tasty Easter desserts are ready to be devoured by you and your friends and family. 6.Neapolitan Fudge This Neapolitan fudge makes a delicious dessert that could be enjoyed at Easter or any other holiday as well. It is a no-bake dessert but will require at least eight hours or more in the refrigerator. But if you’ve ever had fudge before then you know it’s always worth the wait. This creative recipe uses a variety of ingredients to have three tasty layers of fudge that also gives it the same festive look of other Easter desserts.
 

7. Mini Easter Cheesecakes

This no-bake dessert makes some mini cheesecakes with an Easter-themed color pattern. The recipe uses a silicone jumbo muffin pan for each cheesecake as well as a tart tamper for the crusts — both of which could be reused for future Easter desserts! The crust is made from crushed shortbread cookies and melted butter and the cream cheese layers are unflavored gelatin, water, cream cheese, flavorings, sugar, lemon juice, cream, and creamer. Use different food colorings for each layer to give these mini cheesecakes a great Easter feel! Pop them in the freezer then decorate with some whipped cream, sprinkles, and some candy eggs.

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8. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

If you want a healthier option for some Easter desserts then these cookies are perfect. The recipe uses only eight ingredients and is ready in just 15 minutes. You’ll use peanut butter, honey, sea salt, coconut oil, vanilla, cocoa powder, quick-cooking oats, and some shredded coconut. After heating up the peanut butter, honey, salt, and coconut oil you add the vanilla and cocoa powder and stir it up. Add your oats, mix well, then add your shredded coconut. Put your cookies onto a baking sheet, into the shape of nests, and let it cool in the fridge or freezer until it hardens. Then, put your candy eggs or whatever topping you’d like onto your cookies and enjoy this simple, delicious, and healthy Easter dessert!

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9. Easter Oreo Pops

These Easter Oreo pops make another easy, no-bake dessert you can make in no time. The recipe for the Easter chicks uses Oreos, sucker sticks, yellow candy melts, candy eyes, and orange Airheads candy. The Airheads are cut up to make the beak of the chicks. It’s a straightforward recipe to follow just melt the yellow candy melts, coat your stick in it then place it into an oreo and let it set in the fridge for a bit so it doesn’t come apart. Dip the oreo in the melt, then place on the eyes and beak quickly as the melt can set fast. Place on some parchment paper and let them dry before devouring them. If you want to make the Easter bunny oreo pops then you’ll need white candy melts, candy eyes, strawberry marshmallows, sugar, and pink M&Ms (or some other round pink candy). It’s basically the same process, but for the bunny ears just cut up the strawberry marshmallows then dip them in some sugar. Add the ears along with the candy eyes and pink M&Ms for a nose after dipping your oreo in the melted white chocolate.

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10. Bunny Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries

These bunny cheesecake-stuffed strawberries make a great, light dessert for any Easter gathering or party. The recipe is super easy to follow just beat some softened cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla extract in a mixer until it’s fluffy. Cut off the stems from your strawberries and remove the inside using a small knife or core tool for a cup for the mixture. Pipe the cream cheese mixture into the strawberries and refrigerate until you’re ready to serve them. Careful not to make these too early as the strawberries can get soggy if sitting for more than four hours or so. Garnish the strawberries with a bunny graham and even some sprinkles to give it more color. These make easy and tasty Easter desserts that you can whip up in just a few minutes.

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Easy No-Bake Easter Desserts Anyone Can Make
 

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