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Fun Easter Recipes To Make All Season Long

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Spring has nearly sprung, and if there’s one thing we’re looking forward to (other than warmer weather, that is), it’s the opportunity to stuff our faces with neon pink marshmallows and chocolate peanut butter eggs. The bright colors and new life that this time of year brings serve as great inspiration for Easter treats, though there’s a good chance we’ll continue making these goodies all season long. Read on for some of our favorite Easter dessert recipes.

Toasted Marshmallow Peeps Milkshakes

Peeps are the candy corn of commercial Easter confections: you either love them or you hate them, there is no in-between. Those who happen to fall into the first group are sure to enjoy a sweet and simple milkshake like the one shared by Shared Appetite. Just pop a few Peeps in the oven to toast and then combine with the remaining ingredients in a blender.

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Vegan Creme Eggs

Cadbury Creme Eggs are an Easter staple, but as their name would suggest, not exactly vegan-friendly. If you’re a fan of this classic treat but prefer to avoid dairy, you can easily make your own plant-based version with this recipe from The Little Blog of Vegan. They’re easy to whip up with only six ingredients and just as indulgent as the real thing.

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Bunny Bark

We love peppermint bark at Christmas, so why not make the tradition part of our Easter celebrations, as well? This recipe by Sally’s Baking Addiction uses both semi-sweet and white chocolate as a base and can be made with almost any Easter candy you have on hand—M&M’s, speckled eggs, or even pretzel pieces.

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