There’s no shortage of chocolate treats over Easter but if you’re looking for something homemade and made with love, take a look at some of our best Easter dessert recipes.
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These chocolate-coated marshmallow Easter eggs are even better than the store-bought version.
These marshmallow Easter egg rocky road squares will make you lick your fingers for days.
Nothing says hoppy Easter like this giant Easter egg cookie!
A fun dessert for the whole family!
Easter and baking go hand-in-hand and what better way to celebrate this festive time of year than with a gorgeous, homely made-with-love nesting layer cake! If you’re pressed for time, use store-bought lemon curd instead of making your own.
Easter is the only time where it is okay to put all of your eggs in 1 basket. Or on a cake, of course. We’ve created this rooibos, honey and vanilla Easter cake as the perfect end to your Easter celebrations!
Sarah Phillips inspired our Easter baking with these delicious homemade cinnabunnies…
Surprise your loved ones on Easter morning with moist sponge cake hidden in a hen’s egg. Play with the sponge flavours by adding chocolate or different flavoured essences, such as orange blossom, for an added treat. No matter the flavour, vanilla sponge Easter eggs are guaranteed to please!
The star of your Easter feast! Who can resist chocolate eggs, cake, and marshmallows? Especially when you combine them and get this delicious Speckled vanilla cake with marshmallow Easter-egg filling?
For something different for your Easter table, why not try this Greek Easter bread recipe?
You can bake the cupcakes beforehand and decorate them once you are ready to serve them.
This dessert is quick and easy and perfect for the whole family this Easter.
Babka, also known as bobka, is a Ukrainian, leavened sweet bread made using a sweet dough, often containing cinnamon and raisins, and traditionally eaten on Easter Sunday.
Carrot cupcakes with granadilla, white chocolate and cream cheese icing include a wonderful fruity zing that the classic version just doesn’t have. These yummy bites are absolutely perfect for a fun afternoon tea. This is the ultimate cheat’s version of the well-loved carrot cake!
The chocolate bunny is a classic, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. Why not step up your Easter game and create these creamy, delicious Cinnabunnies?
This Easter, we’re letting the lemon tart take centre-stage with this delicious tangy lemon tart with yoghurt and granadilla. It is perfect for when you have guests coming over.
Greek cookies are more traditional Easter fare. Also known as Koulourakia, these yummy cookies are deliciously light and sweet. Known for their distinctive shape and sprinkling of sesame seeds, they’re traditionally eaten after Holy Saturday (but they’re just as tasty on any day of the year!).
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