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Easter is a great holiday for kids because there’s so much that you can do with them during their time off, from making Easter crafts and decorations to spending the time at the local farm park.

Baking is a massive hit this time of year, with so many fun Easter recipes for kids available online.

In this post, I’ve rounded up fifteen of my favorite, kid-friendly recipes that’ll keep your little ones occupied during the festive time.

Here are two of our very own easter recipes that we think you’ll love.

Easter Egg Brownies – Looking for a fun and festive Easter treat? Why not try these delicious Easter egg brownies! They are easy to make and sure to please.

Mini Spring Chick Cupcakes – The cutest cupcakes for Spring, these mini spring chick cupcakes are an adorable, easy cupcake perfect treat for your kiddies this Easter.

Easter Egg Breakfast Popsicles

Easter Egg Breakfast Popsicles
Photo from Eats Amazing

The best way to start Easter is with a tasty snack, but with so many unhealthy chocolate eggs on their way it’s hard not to add to it! I love these as they’re simple, fun, and much healthier than other alternatives. Get the recipe from Eats Amazing

Rice Krispie Nests

Rice Krispie Nests - popular fun Easter recipes for kids
Photo from Crafty Morning

Chocolate nests are an absolute given with Easter. We usually make milk chocolate shredded wheat nests, however, I love making white chocolate Rice Krispie nests for a change. The “grass” that goes with the eggs is a lovely added touch! Get the recipe from Crafty Morning

Easter Bunny Marbled Cut Out Cookies

Easter Bunny Marbled Cut Out Cookies
Photo from Made To Be A Momma

Kids will love how colorful and pretty these cookies are, and they’re actually really easy to make. I adore the little bunny tails! Get the recipe from Made To Be A Momma

Easy No-Bake Chocolate Bunny Treats

Easy No-Bake Chocolate Bunny Treats
Photo from A Cultivated Nest

Another tasty bunny treat, these are particularly great for kids because they don’t involve any baking plus they’re fun to decorate. Be warned though – they won’t last long! Get the recipe from A Cultivated Nest

Rice Krispie Easter Chicks

Rice Krispie Easter Chicks
Photo from Crafty Morning

There’s something about treats that have a face – they’re just so much cuter. Another Rice Krispie recipe, these chicks are easy to make with the kids and are perfect for an Easter party. Get the recipe from Crafty Morning

Mini Lemon Flower Tarts

Mini Lemon Flower Tarts
Photo from Kid And Kin

I love to celebrate the abundance of flowers during Easter so floral cakes and biscuits are a must. These mini lemon flower tarts are gorgeous to look at, plus they only have two ingredients! Get the recipe from Kid And Kin

Marshmallow Sheep Cupcakes

Marshmallow Sheep Cupcakes - fun Easter recipes for kids
Photo from Teaching Autism

I absolutely love this recipe as it’s great for lots of kids to make at the same time. It would work really well at an Easter party! Bake the cakes beforehand then set up a decorating session for a fun Easter activity. Get the recipe from Teaching Autism

Cinnamon Sugar Easter Bunny Twists

Cinnamon SUgar Easter Bunny Twists
Photo from It’s Always Autumn

These pastry bunnies look gorgeous but are actually quite easy for kids to make, who will be able to join in with the fun dough twisting. And the eating part, of course! Get the recipe from It’s Always Autumn

Easter Biscuits

Easter Biscuits
Photo from Oh So Busy Mum

Another fun decorating activity, all this recipe requires is biscuits, icing, and sprinkles. So easy, but great for kids who love decorating their own tasty treats. Get the recipe from Oh So Busy Mum

Rainbow Jell-O Easter Eggs

Rainbow Jell-O Easter Eggs - fun Easter recipes for kids
Photo from Spend With Pennies

What’s a celebration without jelly? These rainbow jelly eggs are a great alternative to chocolate and kids will love making them super colorful. Get the recipe from Spend With Pennies

Easter Chocolate Bark

Easter Chocolate Bark
Photo from Taming Twins

This is possibly the sugariest Easter recipe I’ve come across, but kids go absolutely wild for it. The bark is so easy to make, and it’s also really customizable, so children can add whatever treats they like. Get the recipe from Taming Twins

Easter Bunny Cookie Treats

Easter Bunny Cookie Treats
Photo from Fun-Loving Families

These are one of my favorite fun Easter recipes for kids because they’re just so adorable! I love how each bunny cuddles an Easter egg, and your kids will surely love making them as well. Get the recipe from Fun-Loving Families

Easy Easter Egg Pops

Easy Easter Egg Pops
Photo from Coffee Cups And Crayons

This recipe uses pre-prepared Rice Krispie eggs, however, they can easily be made using Rice Krispies and white chocolate if you can’t buy them in stores. A tasty treat that kids will love making and eating! Get the recipe from Coffee Cups And Crayons

Carrot Patch Brownies

Carrot Patch Brownies
Photo from Delish

There are lots of different elements in this Easter dessert that kids can get involved with, and the end result is wonderful. This would make a great feature cake for an Easter party! Get the recipe from Delish

Build Your Own Easter Egg Pancakes

Build Your Own Easter Egg Pancakes - fun Easter recipes for kids
Photo from The Joys Of Boys

And finally, here’s another great breakfast idea that makes it fun. Kids love decorating, so why not get them to decorate their own Easter egg pancakes? You can even make them pretty healthy! Get the recipe from The Joys Of Boys

More Easter Activities for Kids

There are so many things to do during this holiday season. Make sure you don’t miss out on these fun activities, crafts, and recipes that will keep your family busy all Easter!

What’s your favorite Easter treat to make with your kids?

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Hannah is the blogger behind Pages, Places, & Plates, a blog dedicated to reading, eating, and travelling. Her passion is sharing her experiences with others and helping them to make the right decision for their next book, food, or travel venture. She lives in Essex, England, on the Sunshine Coast with her partner and her Kuomba, her African giant mantis.

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Bethany Jane
Bethany Jane
2 years ago

These are all absolutely adorable! I know Easter is over now, but I really missed getting to do fun activities with my nephews and nieces. When lockdown is over I might have a very belated Easter party and show off with a few of these fab recipes!

Rosie
Rosie
2 years ago

Love this post! I’ve got an Easter baking pintrest board going alrady!

Mariam
Mariam
2 years ago

These look so cute! I’d make them for myself! ?

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Stephanie
Stephanie
2 years ago

I’m 100% making these with my daughter this weekend! Thanks for the great ideas.

Jenny in Neverland
Jenny in Neverland
2 years ago

For kids… I think not! I’d love to make all of these as an adult! Especially the rice krispy nests! x

Vickie aka The Crazy Family Mom
Reply to  Jenny in Neverland
2 years ago

I agree with you, but I will share them out… 1 for my son and 2 for me. Does that make me a bad parent? ? nah, I’m bigger then he is ?