20+ Simple Easter Desserts

Find the perfect ending to your Easter Dinner with one of these 20+ easy and springy Easter Desserts featured on thebensonstreet.com

The Easter holiday has some of the best candy around, but when you are serving a nice dinner on Easter, a nice Easter Dessert would be the perfect ending to a great meal. Don’t worry Easter desserts don’t have to be complicated to be festive and yummy. I’m sharing over 20 of my favorite springy and easy Easter desserts.

20+ Easter Desserts

They might not be egg shaped, but these Fancy Party Cakes are a perfect little dessert for Easter. Top them off with a mini Cadbury Egg and they will look the part.

I love whoopie pies and I love peeps. Who knew the would end up together. Try them in this Peep Whoopie Pie Recipe by The Country Chic Cottage.

These Easter Bunny Cookies by The Country Chic Cottage get double points for being cute and easy!

Cupcakes are a kid pleaser for sure. Add in some pretty sprinkles and pastels to make Easter cupcakes like Kleinworth & Co.

Raise your hand if you are addicted to Cadbury Mini Eggs. I know I am and I’m also addicted to brownies so win win with this Skillet Brownie with Cadbury Mini Eggs by Domestic Superhero. 

I love a good dessert pizza, don’t you? Make it special for Easter by making it an Bird’s Nest cupcakes with help from Sugar Bananas.

Muddy Buddies are an easy treat to dress up for an Easter dessert, using marshmallows and M&M’s. A great idea from The Country Chic Cottage

When you don’t want to go to the store for a candy fix make your own peanut butter eggs like Tidy Mom did.

Or try to make a copycat Reese Peanut Butter Egg with this recipe from Is This Really My Life.

For a similar idea with a crunch try these chocolate peanut butter cracker eggs by Handmade in the Heartland.

Bird’s nest cupcakes like these from One Artsy Mama are an easy way to get a cute look for an Easter dessert!

Or At the Picket Fence uses the same idea in a Bird’s Nest Mason Jar Dessert instead.

If you don’t want to go to wild and crazy, try a good old fashion carrot cake like this one from Is This Really My Life.

Add some fun to strawberries by decorating them like Easter eggs. Design Dazzle even shares tips to get beautiful Easter Egg Strawberries.

Cake balls are a yummy dessert. Here Comes the Sun shared these Easter themed cake balls.

A Turtle’s Life for Me made these bunny bum cupcakes so easy to make using Cadbury Creme Eggs.

For a little bit of a more healthy but cute dessert make these bunny carrot muffins by Handmade in the Heartland.

A loaded carrot cake dip is perfect with bunny pretzels and graham crackers, with the recipe by Shaken Together.

Yum! Mini Cheesecake baskets are simple and super tasty by Sugar Bee Crafts.

For a similar idea with a different twist try these candy Easter Baskets by Frenchie for The Crafting Chicks.

One more cute edible Easter basket idea from Shaken Together. There are so many cute possibilities with these.

I need all the Cadbury Mini Egg recipes! I can’t wait to try this Cadbury Magic Bar Recipe by Kleinworth & Co.

Add some fun to brownies with candy. Lydi Out Loud shares a recipe to make these Butterfinger Cup Brownies.

No bake cookies are a yummy treat for sure. Especially these ones because they are Easter nest no bake cookies by Julie Blanner.

The Peep lovers will be all over this cake idea. Bitz n Giggles created a Peep Cake with actual peeps inside!

Another great Peep idea, a Peep Milkshake! It really does sound yummy. Make it with the recipe from Kleinworth & Co.

Keep the peep fun coming with these yummy Peep rice crispie treats by See Lindsay. They even have a fun pastel color to them!

I can’t wait to try this one. Fruit Pebble Eggs by Handmade in the Heartland are like a fruity rice crispie treat.

More Easter Ideas:

15+ DIY Easter Egg Ideas

Spring Don’t Eat Pete Printable Game

Easter Tablescape Idea


Hi there!

I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…

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