Easter bunny cake pops, deviled eggs, and more.
Web2Carz Contributing Writer
Published: April 4th, 2012
his weekend, there will be Easter bunnies and baskets aplenty, with egg hunts happening all over the place. If you're hosting your own Easter brunch and need some help with treats to serve, aside from the standard chocolate bunnies, here are a few great ideas from around the web.
With just a little creativity, you can whip up great Easter treats and appetizers in no time.
Easter bunny cake-pops are cute and fun for all ages. Besides, who doesn't love cake? Check out Bakerella's tutorial for making your own, or if you want something a tad bit more simple, check out her guide for making Easter egg cake pops—just a simple oval-shaped cake pop dipped in chocolate and decorated with sprinkles and sugar.
Rice Krispy treats are an easy way to get everyone involved if your brunch involves young children. Make a pan of treats, then cut them out with an egg-shaped cookie cutter. Set out dyed royal icing or melted chocolate and various types of sprinkles and let the kids decorate their "eggs."
Another easy treat to make is decorated Jordan almonds or M&Ms. For this quick treat, all you need are pale blue candies, a tiny piping tip, and black and yellow icing. Just draw on two black eyes and a yellow beak, let dry, then pile into a candy bowl.
If you're not looking for sweet treets, and instead are just looking for a killer deviled egg recipe for when the kids (or you!) are done coloring hardboiled eggs, check out a few of our favorites: Avocado Deviled Eggs, Deviled Eggs with Basil Aioli, and Bacon-Cheddar Deviled Eggs.