Easter desserts decorative ideas
Easter is a holiday that is universally celebrated around the world. Especially if you’re Christian, on Easter you honor the resurrection of Jesus.
Though anyone is pleasing to celebrate Easter, it is still necessary to remember the spirit of this holiday and why it is being feasted.
Easter traditional food staples cannot be forgotten which stem from different beliefs and symbolism but we can include snacks and desserts.
Here are some of the best and famous traditional Easter desserts:
One must not forget the ever popular Easter eggs. It is definitely one of the few symbols that Easter is being honored! From a Christian perspective, Easter eggs represent Jesus’ resurrection which gave this food a symbol of “new life”. Easter eggs can each be a decorative piece or an activity that can add life to the celebration (I’m talking about Easter egg hunt!).
Chocolate Easter Bunny
Chocolate Easter bunnies come in pair with the bright dyed Easter eggs for the fact that it adds decoration to your position and it brings fun to your celebration especially if your companies include children! The Easter Bunny is a folkloric figure and representation of Easter which is seen as a rabbit bringing Easter eggs.
Don’t limit yourself with chocolate cookies! Try to welcome a variety of essences when making your cookies. You can go with this Easter gingerbread finished cookies with a bunny on top! This is the perfect day to be creative with your presentation.
Did you know you can actually arrange distinctive sizes of marshmallows to design it like a bunny? You can either present it as a treat or have it served with a nice, warm, chocolate drink!
Along with eggs, cupcakes are another set of delicacies that can make a celebration look colorful and vibrant! Making cupcakes is also another opportunity to showcase your creative prowess.
If you do it right, your Easter cake might just become an attention-grabber! You can never have a celebration without a cake! Top off your cake with some Easter spirit by placing a bunny on top or little candy eggs on the side.
No-bake Easter treats
If you love munching on your favorite Easter snacks but you do not want to wait for long minutes next to the oven, then you need not to worry because you can still make tasty Easter treats even without baking! Here’s an easy example of a no-bake chocolate peanut butter Easter cookie:
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1 cup quick cooking oats
½ cup natural peanut butter
¼ cup honey
¼ cup coconut oil
¼ cup shredded coconut
1 tsp vanilla
Salt to taste
Line a baking sheet with wax paper. On a saucepan, combine peanut butter, honey, salt and coconut oil and heat until combined. Add vanilla and cocoa powder then stir until well combined. Add quick-cooking oats and mix well. Add coconut and stir until combined. Drop. 1 tablespoon of the mixture onto your baking sheet. If you want your cookies to look more Easter, then you can press the top of the cookies into the shape of nests. Cool in the fridge or freezer and then top with candy eggs or any chosen Easter decorations!
If you need more creative and tasty Easter desserts, then here are 15 no-bake and baked Easter snacks you will love!
15. Bacon Deviled Eggs
Bacon deviled eggs are a rich, creamy, and easy make ahead appetizer that’s perfect for any holiday, from Thanksgiving to Easter!