source: Lea & Jay
7. Chocolate Easter Brownies
If I’m in a room with brownies, and I know that they are there for me to eat, you’ll find a brownie in my mouth as soon as I get the green light to take a bite. I just can’t resist brownies! And these ones are so adorable and festive, I might convince myself I need to eat several. I’m not a big fan of Cadbury mini eggs, but my love for brownies would probably override that in this case.
Check out all the details on making these from Lea & Jay.
source: I Dig Pinterest
8. Easter Egg Fudge
For me, it seems like fudge is always hit or miss. I can’t tolerate fudge that’s too rich, so I usually avoid it altogether. But, I love fruity candy, and this one is made with Starburst jellybeans (yum!), so I’d probably give it a try. Lightly sweet flavors tend to go over well with me but ones that are too sweet or too heavy don’t. Seems like this could be the “Goldilocks” of fudge- just right!
Pop over to I Dig Pinterest for the full list of ingredients and directions for making this.
source: I Heart Naptime
9. Easter Pudding Cups
One of the most unique flavor combinations is fruity ingredients mixed with chocolatey ones. In this case, chocolate pudding, vanilla pudding, and Reese’s Pieces candy get topped with edible Easter grass and jellybeans. I love Reese’s, and it’s hard for me to be disappointed with jellybeans, so this sounds exquisite! Plus, it’s so darn cute looking!
Check out all the details on this at I Heart Naptime.
source: Delightful E Made
10. Spring Krispie Cake
Ok, this cake looks like a Rice Krispies volcano with lava made from pretty pastel candy goodness. In other words, DELISH. Talk about a creative twist on the traditional Rice Krispies treat. I love the fun Easter colors and the way it’s shaped using a bundt pan. You could absolutely customize this for almost any holiday.
Learn how to create this explosive looking treat on Delightful E Made.