“Just bring a dessert!” is all your hostess requested, but you don’t bake…or you have no time…or both? Just pick up some treats at the bakery or the grocery store and then it’s super easy dress them up for Easter!
Like Squiddo suggests, add M&M’s from the regular bag.
Easter M&M’s look great in a sugar cone like this photo from The Sweetest Baker. Just fill up a clear pastry bag and tie it with a ribbon.
Mmmmm. Smores. The Pioneer Woman is brilliant.
Dixie Delights added Peeps and gumballs to this white chocolate cake from Fresh Market last year, but I’m sure you could say you came up with it on your own last week.
Babble knows that Peeps + Rice Krispie Treats = PERFECT.
Peeps would work just as well as bunny marshmallows in this Craft Quickies photo. Why not bring along some Nutella for dipping?
Find free Printables at The Celebration Shoppe. They show this one on a cake, but I think it would look better as just one per cupcake.
Martha Stewart’s Daffodil Candy Cup Printables would be perfect scattered on the dessert table and filled with candy.
Follow the The Pioneer Woman‘s tutorial and sculpt Rice Krispie Treats into eggs.
Decorate bowls like Martha Stewart with mohair yarn to look like nests and then fill them with egg-shaped candies.
Pizzazzerie’s coconut balls do make really cute Bunny Tails.
Store-bought donut holes work great for It’s All Fiddle Fart’s Bunny Tails. Their link also has the Printable for the tag that you could set next to the bowl on the dessert table.
The Favor Maker must know my son to suggest a Goldfish treat for Easter. All you need is some fish, a pastry bag, a twist tie, and accordion folded green paper.
(Sugar free) Jello with a green spoon is the right carrot color scheme at Lnylee’s Petite Cakes.
What Easter treat are you looking forward to?