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Gumdrops and straw candy wrap around a frosted layer cake for a colorful and easy-to-make Easter treat.
Frost a marshmallow with purchased frosting, then roll it in flaked coconut. Attach two miniature marshmallows for the feet and decorate with candies for the eyes, nose, and whiskers. For ears? Use kitchen shears to cut a strip from the top edge of a large marshmallow, then attach with a bit of frosting.
Confetti cupcakes become fun Easter treats with a trio of candy-coated chocolate-covered peanuts set atop a bed of coconut and frosting. Bake a batch of cupcakes from a box of cake mix with confetti sprinkles, according to package directions. Spread white frosting on the finished cupcakes after they've cooled and sprinkle toasted shredded coconut on top to resemble a nest. Finish with pastel candies.
A package of crunchy wonton noodles, melted chocolate, and some Jordan almonds are all you need to create these tasty treats. In a bowl, toss noodles with melted chocolate and use your hands to form nest shapes with an indentation in the center. Work quickly and in batches to form nests before the chocolate sets. Set on waxed paper to dry. Serve with a few Jordan almond "eggs" in each nest.
Stuff plastic Easter eggs with still-soft crisped rice cereal treats for a ready-in-minutes food gift. (Lightly butter the insides of the eggs to keep the mixture from sticking.) Present just the treats, or leave them to be discovered in their shells for a yummy surprise.
Bake cookies in flower shapes with cookie sticks (slide the sticks under the raw dough on the pan, and press the dough in around it). Frost in pastel shades and then decorate as desired. For the base, fill a decorative container with floral foam and top with faux grass. Insert the cookies so they vary in height. For the tallest ones, you can tape two sticks together and wrap with floral tape.
These sweet cookie cutouts in fun Easter shapes, such as birds, bunnies, and eggs, add a delightful touch to any Easter basket.
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