10 Easy Easter Treats That Won’t Make You Lose Your Peepin’ Mind

Cute cupcakes decorated with edible green apple flavored “grass,” purchased at Kroger, courtesy of my mother-in-law and the girls!

I love a good excuse for eating festive treats and Easter is no exception. I am definitely in Camp Peep, but I never met a jelly bean or pastel M&M I didn’t love.

Here are some Easter treats that are very easy to make but that will still score you major bunny ear points with your family. Slacker holiday moms rejoice!

Ask any mom with a few Easter baskets on her resume will tell you, your kids don’t give a flying bunny poop about how long you labored over the intricate Easter treats.

10 Easy Easter Treats

  1. Lemon sugar cookies dyed in pastel colors from Baked by Rachel

  2. SUPAH adorable (and easy) Jordan Almond Bluebird treats from The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle…these are almost too cute to eat!

  3. Easy Easter Oreos from A Day in My Life

  4. Easter Peeps S’mores from Steamy Kitchen

  5. Easy Easter Kit Kat Cake from my friend Leah at So, How’s It Taste?

  6.  Ice Cream Cone Easter Baskets featured on Cupcake Diaries (orig. from Good Housekeeping)

  7. Bunny Bait snack mix from Sing For Your Supper

  8. Easter Pretzel Treats via  Pinterest (my mother-in-law also made these and they are really cute and could be changed up for different holidays with different colored candy)

  9. Glamour Peeps (because every girl needs a little glitter) via Buttercream Blondie. This is probably the most complex recipe listed, just fyi, but they are super cute and I’m a Peeps lover.

Do you have any easy Easter treats to share? Please share in the comments!

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I'm Jamie, a 45-year-old Nashville mom desperately seeking a few moments of Zen and zinfandel between soccer practice and supper. I love to travel, find great deals, and talk with my hands. My husband and I have two daughters, two dogs, and too much laundry. Email me at blondemomblog @ gmail.com.


  1. These are all so cute. I especially like the oreos. Kids could do those. If only these ideas and products had been out there when I was raising my kids and I was room mother. Have a great Easter, Jamie and family..

    • The Oreos are really cute, aren’t they? I was thinking that the vanilla Oreos would be more Easter-ish pastel but then the icing colors might not pop. Happy Easter to you, too, Balisha!

  2. Natalie Shmigelsky says:

    These look delish! We love cupcakes! Definitely a must try with my kiddos :)

  3. Susan says:

    The Jordan almond blue birds are too stinkin cute! And I’m pretty sure even I could handle the lemon cookie recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Jamie, great post! And way too funny. :) These are some great ideas. Thanks!

  5. Those are sooo cute! I love the green edible grass. Didn’t know such a thing existed. My mom used to use coconut and food coloring to make grass

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  7. Betty Baez says:

    Lol I love this, taking notes for next year

  8. Everything is so cute. These would be a great idea for next year. My favorite is the Easter Kit Kat Cake!

  9. Great lists and selections! Those cupcakes are awesome! Maybe from afar, it would look like a marble sculpture but I can already imagine the texture and sweetness that will burst in my mouth once I get to bite it.

  10. Shara says:

    This is inspiring. Thanks for all the ideas. I love those colorful cookies. On special occasions, we get grown-up chocolates for the parents to go with the kids’ treats. I like chocolate cigars from 1.The Chocolate Book

  11. Great post! and those cupcakes look delicious!:)

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