Easter Cookie Recipes, Bunny Cookie Recipes, Chick Cookie Recipes and Egg Cookie Recipes! Make Easter Cookies are fun to make and look so pretty on your Easter table!
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Easter is one of my favorite holidays. I love making special desserts for holidays and I’ve found some of the cutest Easter Cookie Recipes for you and your family to make this Easter! Make them with your kids or have a cooking afternoon with friends!
20 Cute Easter Cookie Recipes
1.) Easy Rice Krispy Easter Cookies from Spaceships and Laserbeams
Make Rice Krispy treats and then cut them into Easter Shapes. Then you can dip the end of each Easter Egg Rice Krispy Treat into candy melts that have been melted and then add sprinkles.
2.) Easter Egg Sugar Cookies from Cooking LSL
Sugar Cookies are almost a must have dessert for Easter. First you’ll make the cookies with the recipe provided and then make Royal icing. Then you can decorate the cookies as much or as little as you like with Wilton tips.
3.) Eggless Easter Sugar Cookies from Cook With Manali
These sugar cookies are topped with eggless royal icing which takes less time than regular royal icing and fewer ingredients which only amount to powdered sugar, milk, light corn syrup and vanilla extract. The cookie recipe also has no eggs if you’re wanting to eat egg free for Easter!
4.) Bunny Cut Out Cookies from Princess Pinky Girl
Bunny Cut Out Cookies are made out of cake mix and only 3 other ingredients! Using a mini Easter Bunny cutout, after the cookies are baked you’ll cut out the shape. Then frost one cookie and place the cutout cookie on top. It’s like a little cookie sandwich!
5.) Easy No Bake Chocolate Coconut Nests from Homemade and Yummy
Using two ingredients – coconut and chocolate you will make the nest. Then you can top with your favorite Easter Candy that looks like Eggs such as Jelly Beans or Easter Egg candies.
6.) Easter Coconut Macaroons from Little Sweet Baker
Made with just 6 ingredients, these are perfect for little ones to help with. Mix everything together minus the nutella and candy and bake. Just add the nutella on top and some cadbury eggs to finish these cute nests off!
7.) Bird’s Nest No Bake Easter Cookies from Creative Blog
My Mother In Law makes cookies like these for Christmas each year and this is the cutest spin on them for Easter! Using Chow Mein noodles, peanut butter, butterscotch chips, light corn syrup, sugar, corn flakes and jelly beans or malted eggs, these are easy to make because you don’t have to bake them!
8.) Bunny Butt Cookies from I Save from A to Z
You can make Bunny Butt cookies using refrigerated cookie dough or if you want to do a little more you can make homemade cookie dough with the recipe provided. Once your cookies are made and cut out you will frost the cookies with vanilla frosting then add coconut flakes, strawberry marshmallow, regular mini marshmallow and white chocolate to make these cute Easter bunnies.
9.) Rainbow Sprinkle Cookies from Princess Pinky Girl
Roll the cookie dough in the sprinkles, but only the top and sides in order to keep the bottom from getting sprinkles on it. Then to make the perfect cookie you’ll flatten with a cup, just a little bit of course! These are cute for Easter, but can be used for other occasions also!
10.) M&M Easter Cookies from The Two Bite Club
Using store bought cookie dough and frosting, the focus of these cookies is decorating with M&Ms and the piped frosting. Sometimes when I bake with my kids I keep the dough simple and let them help with the decorating to keep my sanity!
11.) Easy Chocolate Chip and M&M Easter Cookies from Mama Deweeb
Made with chocolate chip and M&Ms these cookies are dipped in dark chocolate and sprinkled with Easter colored sprinkles! Perfect cookies for your chocolate fans!
12.) Confetti Easter Cookies from The Happier Homemaker
This is a cookie recipe made from a confetti boxed cake mix! These are my favorite because they’re super easy to make! The only other ingredients you need are one egg and butter.
13.) Chick Sugar Cookies from Cooking Classy
I’ve made these with my kids before, and they loved it! To my surprise, they actually turned out quite cute! You can use refrigerated sugar cookie dough or make your own if you’re up for it! You can also sub out the orange frosting for orange starbursts which is what I did because I’m not talented with piping frosting on anything!
14.) Peeps Sugar Cookies from Mommity
Using homemade colored sugar and gel, these Peep look alikes are frosted after baking sugar cookies (whether you use the homemade recipe provided or a cookie mix).
15.) Baby Chicks Easter Cookie Recipe from For Modern Kids
Using Nutter Butters, white & yellow candy melts, coconut oil, small edible eyes, one bag of M&Ms, piping bags and of course a cookie sheet and parchment paper you can make these cute little Chicks!
16.) Easter M&M Cookie Bars from Must Have Mom
Yum! M&M Bars are one of my favorite desserts and these are perfect for Easter with the pastel M&Ms you can find this time of year!
17.) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Easter Cookies from Cincy Shopper
First you’ll make chocolate chip cookie dough and roll it into eggs and freeze it for a little bit. Then you can dip each cookie dough egg into the chocolate dipping candy and refrigerate until the chocolate sets. You can add a cute little easter decoration on top. These look delicious!
18.) Peanut Butter Easter Egg Cookies from Butter With a Side of Bread
If you love peanut butter and chocolate these are the perfect combination for Easter treats! You’ll make a peanut butter cookie dough and add Reese’s Pieces to it and then cut out egg shapes with a cookie cutter. You have to freeze the dough prior to adding the chocolate topping and sprinkles for Easter!
19.) Easy Easter Oreo Truffles from Cooking LSL
Just crush Oreos, mix them with cream cheese and make balls out of the dough. These will be then be chilled and then dipped in chocolate! Decorate them with your favorite pastel icing after the chocolate hardens.
20.) Carrot Cake Sandwich Cookies from An Alli Event
These cookies are for those that love a little crispier cookie and a cream cheese frosting. If you don’t want to make a sandwich you can just top each cookie with the frosting. You can make them all Bunny cutouts for Easter or keep some simple and just make a few Easter Bunnies!
Be sure and Pin your favorite Easter Cookie Recipes so you can find them when you’re ready to start baking for Easter!
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