When the big bunny is on his way, it’s time for all kinds of sweets and treats.
And these easy no-bake Easter dessert recipes are just the thing to put a hop in your step.
25 Delicious No-Bake Easter Desserts
Bright, sweet, and wonderfully easy, these no-bake Easter dessert recipes are just what you need this spring.
They’re quick, colorful, and loaded with festive extras.
I’m talking mini eggs, chocolate bunnies, and, of course, Cadbury Creme Eggs!
These yummy treats are like homemade Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs covered in white chocolate. (With pieces of broken Cadbury eggs as a tasty topping.)
They have crunchy outer shells and soft peanut butter centers. And they shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes of hands-on work to prepare.
Give them a try if you want a crowd-pleasing dessert.
If you’ve visited my blog before, you know I love candy bark desserts. They’re just so fun, festive, and easy to make.
Better yet, they’re ridiculously delicious.
This Easter bark is no exception. It’s a simple recipe that combines melted white chocolate chips with Oreos, M&Ms, and sprinkles.
It’s sweet, crunchy, and ready in a flash. Plus, the kids can help with the decoration.
This Easter pie looks fancy, indulgent, and challenging to make. But it’s just the first two – promise!
It’s a simple no-bake Oreo dessert with chocolate cream filling in a cookie crust.
Top it with whipped cream and plenty of Easter-themed extras, and voila! It’s ready for the show.
These mini cheesecakes are light, creamy, and wonderfully sweet.
They have the usual Graham Cracker crust, over which you’ll pour a mix of strawberry puree, white chocolate, cream cheese, and powdered sugar.
As for the top, it’s just a simple pretzel stick nest held together with more white chocolate.
And they really do look like little birds’ nests full of pastel eggs. Totally adorable for Easter.
Want something gorgeous but a little different for Easter? Try this crunchy, gooey Rice Krispie “cake.”
It’s basically a round Rice Krispie treat made with milk chocolate.
Decorate the top with green frosting, chocolate bunnies, and mini eggs, and it looks fantastic.
I make sweet, cream cheese-infused Oreo truffles every Christmas.
And these are exactly the same, just with a different shape and more colorful finish.
Thanks to all the fun Easter-themed chocolates and candies, you can turn pretty much any cake, cookie, brownie, or dessert into a holiday treat.
But it’s extra special when the dessert itself fits the bill, too!
And this pastel pistachio pudding does just that.
Plus, you can have several ready in minutes, and it travels well.
I love to cook. Honestly, it’s one of my favorite things to do.
But even I shy away from making tarts – or rather, pastry. I just don’t have a delicate touch (or much patience, for that matter).
Luckily, this one couldn’t be more straightforward.
Even truly novice chefs can prepare it without trouble. So give it a shot!
Turning Rice Krispie treats into nests is one of the best Easter ideas someone has ever had.
After all, they’re some of the easiest desserts to make. And all you have to do is mold them into nests.
Add the eggs and watch them disappear.
Believe it or not, there’s fresh fruit under that frosting!
These are ideal for anyone on the hunt for something with less sugar and fat. But they look just as scrummy as any cookie.
Pears and apples work best, though you could use kiwis and bananas, too. As for the icing, it’s a mix of yogurt and honey topped with sprinkles.
Calling all chocolate lovers! This decadent, over-the-top fridge cake is every chocoholic’s dream come true.
Seriously, there’s sweet, yummy chocolate in every bite.
From the Cadbury eggs and chocolate biscuits (it’s a British recipe!) to the milk chocolate and chocolate bunnies, there’s really no escape!
Here’s another sweet and crunchy candy bark recipe. Only this one has more of a carrot theme.
It’s white, green, and orange – perfect for Easter. And like all candy bark, it tastes amazing.
This no-bake Easter cheesecake is sweet, rich, and beautifully dense.
It’s not smooth like the recipe above, though. Instead, there’s finely grated chocolate mixed in for a delightful texture and taste.
Top it with whipped cream, mini eggs, and creme eggs. Delish!
I like to make ‘nest’ desserts with pretzels because they have that ‘twiggy’ look about them.
But these cookies are still pretty effective.
You’ll make a cake-pop blend with vanilla Oreos and cream cheese. Then you’ll mold them and add yellow white chocolate in the middle.
Nestle the eggs in place before it sets and pop them in the fridge to chill.
This might not be the prettiest dish, but the flavors are phenomenal.
And with all those broken eggs on top, it’s ideal for a fun Easter party!
Thick and rich with a yummy chocolate malt flavor, it’s the kind of dip you’ll want to eat with a spoon.
Of course, it’ll be even better with dippers!
You’ve probably had crunchy Cornflake clusters before, right? Well, that’s what these are, but they’re more jazzed up for Easter.
All you need to make them are Cornflakes, white almond bark, peanut butter, Hershey’s eggs, and sprinkles.
They’ll keep in the fridge for up to 5 days, so they’re a terrific make-ahead dessert.
Oreo truffles are great. But have you tried marshmallow creme truffles? All I can say is WOW.
These sweet, creamy-centered chocolate treats will blow your mind. They’re kind of like Cadbury Creme Eggs, only way stickier.
They’re super rich, though, so only expect to eat one or two at a time.
Looking for something a bit boozy this Easter? No problem!
These no-bake chocolate cheesecake bites are infused with bourbon, and they’re mouth-wateringly good.
They’re chocolatey, boozy, and impossible to resist. Just keep them away from the kid’s table.
I love this Easter egg slice because it’s chewy and sweet but not too sweet.
I mean, I have a sweet tooth, but some Easter desserts can be a little overwhelming.
Luckily, this one is more semi-sweet. So, it’ll satisfy your cravings but won’t weigh you down after eating it.
Want to make crunchy nests but don’t have pretzels on hand? Use chow mein noodles instead.
Add a little coconut and some chocolate, and eggs, and you’ll have sweet little nests ready in no time.
They’re crunchy, sweet, and adorable.
They might look simple, but these are pure peanut buttery yumminess.
They’re thick, rich, and melt-in-your-mouth fantastic, too. So as long as you enjoy peanut butter, you’ll appreciate these tasty bars.
Soft, spongy, and smothered with chocolate. That’s what you’ll get with this Easter chocolate loaf cake.
And despite its cake-like appearance, texture, and taste, there’s no baking required.
Just keep it out of reach of children, or they might eat the whole thing themselves. It’s certainly tempting enough.
Want a new way to enjoy everyone’s classic Easter favorite? How about this Cadbury Creme Egg dip?
It’s smooth, creamy, and wonderfully sweet.
It isn’t hard to make, either. You’ll need the Creme Eggs, cream cheese, vanilla, butter, and powdered sugar.
The whole process shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes.
Here’s another recipe for yummy Cornflake egg nests. Only this one adds plenty of delicious chocolate to the mix.
It’s still just as crunchy, sticky, and tasty as the other Cornflake recipe above. But it’s even more decadent.
25. Easter Dirt Cake
People always whip out dirt cake recipes for Halloween, but they’re ideal for Easter, too.
You won’t need the gummy worms and candied pumpkins, though.
Instead, replace them with Peeps, candied eggs, and green “grass” sprinkles. See how a few decorations can make all the difference?!
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