Easter has always been one of my very favorite holidays. I'd even rank it up there with Christmas in terms of how much I enjoy celebrating it. Like with most holidays, that love can be traced back to my mom and how special she made Easter for us growing up. And a big part of the kid-centric fun are the goodies in the basket. To inspire your basket making, here are 10 Sweet Easter treats for your kids. 

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We had so much fun decorating our home with spring-ready Easter themed decorations and making tasty Easter treats galore. We even had a stack of spring and Easter books that we would pull from to read each night. 

easter bark recipe

We really went all in with our holidays. And making those tasty Easter treats I mentioned...That was one of our favorite ways to celebrate! We've made krispie birds' nests for as long as I can remember, but I think it's time to add some new Easter treats to the mix. So, I've rounded up a slew of sweet Easter treats that I'm going to let my kids pick from this year! Who else is up for whipping up something new?!

10 Sweet Easter treats for your kids 

  1. Easter Candy Bark
  2. Easter Egg Krispie Treats
  3. Mandarin Easter Bunnies
  4. Easter Popcorn Snack Mix
  5. Easter Bunny Cupcakes
  6. White Chocolate Easter Bunny Candy
  7. Easter Candy Birds' Nests
  8. Easter Peeps Dessert Cups
  9. Krispie Bunny Bar
  10. Easter Fairy Bread
easter treats to try

Now do those look like some tasty Easter treats or what?! I dare say your family will find at least one that they want to make! You can bet this girl will be tackling a few herself in the coming weeks!

And now that you've had time to check out all these sweet Easter treats, why don't you head over to our Easter brunch recipes roundup for even more Easter celebration inspiration!

MORE EASTER IDEAS FROM MOMTRENDS

  1. Cutest and craftiest Easter desserts
  2. Make an Easter Fairy Garden
  3. DIY Easter Bunny Basket and Bunny Game

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