I have a serious question. Is it even Easter if you aren’t making something with mini eggs? Luckily you don’t have to find out because I’m rounding up the best mini egg recipes for Easter!
19 Easter Recipes with Mini Eggs
I love that these cookie bars are crunchy on the edges and on top, and soft and moist in the middle. I also love that these cookie bars are so easy to make – no fancy ingredients, no fancy tools needed. Just easy and delicious. Make the and tell me what you think, k?
If you are attending an Easter brunch or throwing a party these cupcakes are beautiful. Or you could just make them and bring them to your office mates.
When I first saw this recipe I was like what? Scones and mini eggs do NOT go together. Is that what you were thinking too? I don’t blame you. But trust me when I tell you, just try making them once and and you’ll fall in love with this amazing Easter recipe. You’ll quickly learn that scones aren’t just for fancy tea time.
I mean, ice cream combined with mini eggs? Need I say more?
I really enjoy this recipe because it is so versatile. You aren’t just locked into using those cute pastel mini eggs if you don’t want to. You could sub in your favorite Easter candies, or M&Ms, or even crush up some pretzels to add a salty zing to the Easter dessert.
I get it. We’re all so busy with Easter food, who has time to bake a cake for Easter. Good news – you don’t have to! This is a no bake cheesecake recipe topped with mini eggs. You have to make a dish for vegetarians for Easter. This is it! This no bake cheesecake doesn’t use any gelatin (so it’s suitable for vegetarians).
Calling all chocoholics! This chock full of chocolate cookie recipe is for you. Easter or not, you’ll love these cookies!
If you feel like you have been hibernating all winter long, make these cute spring like cupcakes and they will surely put a smile on your face.
Which do you prefer Cadbury Creme Eggs or Cadbury Mini Eggs? Though this recipe calls for mini eggs, you can top with the creme eggs for a “garnish” if you like em but totally up to you.
When I was a kid, fudge was pretty much everywhere, now it seems that are so many other fancy recipes but give me a good piece of fudge and I’m happy. So, I’m glad to find this fudge recipe that I can make at home. I’m not patient, so it’s great that you can make this in the microwave or slow cooker.
Similar to the other cheesecake recipe above, you make this one gluten free for all those who suffer from celiac disease.
If you don’t like regular chocolate fudge, you may like the white chocolate one. The light color makes it perfect and bright for give giving. Make it for friends or family this Easter!
Who doesn’t love blondies? But this recipe gives them a pop of color! The easiest way to crush the eggs is to put some in a Ziploc bag and then use a meat pounder to crush them.
Can I tell you a secret? I LOVE Chex Mix! So, finding this recipe with Cadbury Mini eggs was wonderful for me. And bonus – I just discovered they make peanut Chex Mix. It is perfect as a sub for regular Chex Mix.
Okay, it doesn’t get easier than this recipe. You know why? You can take a huge shortcut if you want and buy the pre-made cookie dough and just crush up the mini eggs and drop them in!
These cookies are for the super choco-holic who just can’t enough chocolate in their Easter cookies. But really you can make these anytime, especially if you want to add a couple fun pops of color to your cookies.
What’s better than Easter cookies or blondie brownies with these pastel beauties baked right in? A Cadbury mini cookie cake! Make sure you have a crowd to feed with this beauty, because you don’t want to be tempted by the leftovers.
If you love chewy, gooey cookies, then you will love these. But don’t take my word for it, just make them yourself and you’ll see how fantastic these Easter cookies are!
These blondies are so fancy with the addition of chocolate. I like them because you only dip a portion of the chocolate in and it looks super fancy like you bought these Easter treats at a bakery.