Prepare homemade goodies delicious enough to make the Easter Bunny jealous
Cost per serving: 19¢
Make your cookies look extra special with royal icing. Start with royal icing mix ($6 for 14 oz.; wilton.com) and add water as the package label directs, then dye with food coloring and pipe or spoon onto cookies. Let stand overnight so the icing can harden.
See recipe: Pecan Shortbread Easter Cookies
Cost per serving: $1.12
If you’re tight on time, use store-bought lemon curd in place of homemade. Or, fill each meringue center with lemon sorbet.
See recipe: Lemon Curd–Filled Meringue Eggs
Cost per serving: 48¢
We know the Easter bunny loves carrots, and with these cupcakes so will your family.
See recipe: Carrot Cupcakes
Cost per serving: $1.70
Loved ones will happily dig right into this decadent Lemon-StrawberryTrifle. If you enjoy making lemon curd, feel free to swap 1 1/3 cups of yours for the jarred curd.
See recipe: Lemon-Strawberry Trifle
Cost per serving: $1.79
Slice strawberries or other seasonal fruit onto the dish to add color and flavor.
See recipe: Lemon Roulade
Cost per serving: 27¢
These tiny cookies pack a lot of flavor!
See recipe: Coconut-Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cost per serving: 91¢
We like the balance sour cherries give the sweet streusel that tops this coffee cake but substitute blueberries or raspberries for something different.
See recipe: Sour Cherry Coffee Cake
This adorable 2-in-1 treat is as sweet as it is precious. With a little help from refrigerated sugar cookie dough, these bunny-shaped
cookies dress up your favorite standard cupcake recipe.
Recipe: Bunny Cookie Cupcakes
The secret to decorating these festive Easter cupcakes are the colored sugar and the cute candy decorations. No decorating
sugar? Tint granulated sugar with a few drops of food coloring for a similar effect.
We found these adorable bunny royal-icing toppers among the selection of cupcake and cookie decorating supplies at coppergifts.com.
Recipe: Sweet Lil Bunny Cupcakes