Rounding up some of our favorite Easter recipes in case you’re looking for something fun and festive to serve this holiday.
Kicking off the list with my favorite recipe — Resurrection Rolls!
We’ve made these the last few years with the kids and they loved them so much that we decided we’d make it an annual tradition. This tasty treat is a creative way to share the Easter resurrection story with kids. Each roll contains a buttery cinnamon sugar-dipped marshmallow inside that melts into a sweet caramel sauce when baked.
These mini egg nest Easter brownies are super easy to whip up and are a fun, tasty, and festive dessert to serve this holiday!
This Easter charcuterie board is easy to whip together and is a fun snack to graze on during the holiday weekend!
No seriously, ever. In fact, Matt and I both agreed this carrot cake wins top 3 cakes I’ve ever made. If you don’t believe me, come over and I’ll bake you one. I bet you won’t even be able to decide which is better – the freshly baked, super moist carrot cake or the whipped cinnamon cream cheese frosting.
5. Easter Cinnabunnies
We’ve made these the past few years with the kids and they absolutely loved them.
All you need is two cans of uncooked cinnamon rolls. Use one roll for the bunny face and cut another in half to make an arch for the ears (pinch the dough where the ears meet the face. Then bake them (at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes, or until they are slightly golden). Add your icing and top with sprinkles!
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