Is it bad that I still ask my mom for an Easter Basket even though I’m 27?? I don’t think I’ll stop this request anytime soon either. I still love being a child at heart.
Easter is one of my favorite holidays (maybe I say this about every holiday) and I have such fond, amazing memories of this special day throughout my childhood. Eating pistachio pudding cake, flying kites outside, hunting for eggs and opening my Easter basket, the list goes on! I’m so very excited to continue these traditions for my own family some day too 🙂
The absolutely number one thing I love about Easter though, is all of the pastel colored sweets and treats I indulge in all day and night. Peeps, candied eggs, peanut butter eggs, the list goes on. To celebrate this special holiday I’m rounding up 15 healthier (and some just plain indulgent) Easter treats to try this weekend! Easter wouldn’t be Easter without indulging in at least 5 of these.
If you love coloring Easter eggs, you’ll love coloring the chocolate for these chocolate covered strawberries as well!
This is the perfect blend of salty and sweet mixing the flavors of popcorn, graham crackers and sweet marshmallow.
This recipe calls for only 8 ingredients and are topped with the cutest Easter egg candies!
Vanilla protein powder is incorporated into the frosting of this flourless cake, making it totally acceptable to eat in the morning.
This is such a cute snack for kids, guys. It can be easily whipped up using cereal, pretzels, white chocolate and M&M’s.
Honestly you can just tell your kiddies that these are special donuts – they’ll never know the difference!
If you love Rice Krispies then this is the treat for you. Pure sweet indulgence with an Easter flare.
These no bake bars contain protein and eeeeeven sneak in spinach! It’s true!
You can’t have Easter without eating Peeps. Here’s a super creative way to incorporate Peeps into a cute little Easter treat.
You didn’t live the ultimate child-hood if you’ve never tried dirt cups. Even if you missed out, you can re-create a healthier version of one of my absolute favorite dessert, Easter style.
Uplevel your Peep game by making them at home yourself. This recipe even gives it a Paleo twist.
This is a healthier rendition of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Easter eggs, and they look super flippin’ fun to make.
These Popsicles legitimately look like they’re made with pure chocolate, but the main ingredient is actually yogurt!
I can’t have an Easter roundup without sugar cookies! These are so pretty I almost wouldn’t want to eat them.
Last but not least, this beauty of a recipe!! Wow is all I can say. I would want to freeze dry these things and just leave them on display for the whole month of April.