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15 No-Bake Treats for a Sweet Easter

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Skip the oven and make these delicious no-bake Easter treats. Since no baking is required, these recipes are perfect for busy schedules, last-minute gatherings, and fun activities with the kids.

Make the classics or go for the more creative recipes. Either way, all these recipes are quick, easy and your family will truly enjoy them.

Peanut Butter & Chocolate Easter Puppy Chow

Easter Puppy Chow in a clear bowl.

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Peanut butter and chocolate are always a favorite flavor combination. Add chex cereal and powdered sugar and it’s the sweet treat everyone will enjoy snacking on over the Easter weekend.

Feel free the customize the added toppings. The recipe calls for pastel Easter M&Ms, sprinkles and mini marshmallows, but you can add your favorite candies for more flavors or pops of color.

Get the Recipe: Easter Puppy Chow

Rice Krispie Easter Eggs

Colorful Easter Egg Rice Krispie Treats stacked in a bowl.

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The treat we all know and love! These buttery marshmallow rice krispie treats are given an Easter makeover with bright colors and are shaped like Easter eggs.

To add more sweetness, dip in vanilla white candy melts (white chocolate will work great too) and cover in pastel sprinkles. These will look adorable on your Easter table, plus kids and grownups love these cute snacks.

Get the Recipe: Rice Krispie Easter Eggs

Easter Trail Mix

Easter trail mix in a bowl.

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A sweet and salty Easter trail mix snack is perfect for quick bites during all the Easter festivities. Dried fruit, nuts, pretzels, sweet coconut flakes and more make up this semi-nutritious snack.

Check out those super adorable Easter bunny shaped crackers which can be found during this holiday season. They add just the right amount of Easter fun along with the mini chocolate Easter eggs.

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Easter Oreo Bark

Easter Oreo Bark

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Bark recipes are a favorite sweet because they taste great and are so easy to make. You can create this white chocolate bark in just a few minutes.

The chopped Oreo cookies add a delicious cookie crunch and gives it a cookies and cream flavor. Top with extra candies and sprinkles for more fun.

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Jelly Bean Fudge

Jelly Bean Fudge stacked on a plate.

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Bright pink fudge filled with white chocolate chips is a stunner on the dessert table. Go all out and add speckled jelly bean eggs and gobs of sprinkles to get this cheerful look. Or cut back on the toppings and add a few well-placed goodies on top for a subtler look.

This whole recipe comes together in just 10 minutes.

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Chocolate Easter Shredded Wheat Nests

Chocolate Easter Shredded Wheat Nests with mini eggs on top on a counter top.

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The cute Easter bird nest trend never gets old. These are extra yum because the shredded wheat is covered in melted chocolate.

You can even make these a few days ahead of time so they are ready for Easter brunch.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Easter Shredded Wheat Nests

Easter Cracker Candy

Easy Cracker Candy in a stack on a plate.

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These layered treats are another sweet and salty mix. Use crackers for the base and layer with a brown sugar butter sauce. Then top with chocolate and your favorite Easter candies.

The salt from the crackers enhances the caramel flavor as well as the sweet chocolate. From start to finish, this recipe is done in 20 minutes, then let it set up in the fridge for about an hour.

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Easter Dirt Cake

Slice of Easter dirt cake topped with a yellow bunny peep on a small plate.

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Easter just isn’t complete without a delicious no-bake dirt cake. Made with crushed Oreos and pudding, the flavor combination is all creamy goodness. Add green grass coconut flakes, Easter eggs and bunny peeps for a gorgeous dessert.

The recipe only takes a few minutes, but be sure to make it the night before so it can firm up and chill in the refrigerator.

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Chocolate Covered Peeps

Chocolate Covered Peeps on a straw standing up in a bowl.

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A simple recipe that makes a big statement. Grab some fun pastel colored straws and foam block to make a festive basket for the display. Then go about coating Easter peeps in chocolate and pretty sprinkles.

Place the basket of treats in the middle of your dessert table to give it height for more visual appeal.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Covered Peeps

Easter No Bake Chex Bars

Easter No Bake Chex Bars cut in squares sitting on a counter top.

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An inexpensive treat that tastes amazing, these chex bars are held together with a buttery marshmallow mix. Each bite is sweet crunch and the mini eggs add just the right amount of chocolate.

Cut in squares and stack on a plate for a grab-and-go treat.

Get the Recipe: Easter No Bake Chex Bars

Easter Oreos

Easter Oreos decorated like baby chicks and pastel pink easter eggs on a plate.

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These Easter chicks are so cute! Grab a few colorful packages of candy melts and coat Oreo cookies. Yellow for the chicks and pastel colors for the Easter eggs.

Easily decorate with heart sprinkles to create the nose and feet. For the Easter eggs, use cookie icing to decorate any way you’d like.

Get the Recipe: Easter Oreos

Easter Butterscotch Peanut Butter Haystacks

Easter Butterscotch Peanut Butter Haystacks with mini eggs on top.

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Haystacks are so cute during the spring season and you can make them anytime, not just on Easter. These little adorable bird nests are made with chow mein noodles covered in a butterscotch and peanut butter mixture. 

These only need about 30 minutes to set up, so this is one you can serve up quickly. This sweet and crunch treat will disappear fast.

Get the Recipe: Easter Butterscotch Peanut Butter Haystacks

Peeps Stuck in the Mud

Peeps on top of bark pieces on a plate.

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Such a cute name, right? Use two types of chocolate to get the pretty swirls on top of the bark and before it dries, top with Easter peeps and mini eggs.

The crunchy bark and gooey marshmallows are a great combination of textures and flavors.

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Bunny Bait

Bowl of colorful Bunny Bait.

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Another super cute name! It’s a play off the popular puppy chow treat name. For Easter, a snack mix is often called “bunny bait” so it will attract the Easter bunny to bring candy and goodies.

This mix brings together a lot of great flavors with popcorn, pretzels, strawberry wafers, marshmallows and then drizzled with colorful white chocolate. What’s not to love?

Get the Recipe: Bunny Bait

Easter Dip

Pink Easter Dip with sprinkles on top in a bowl.

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Make a cookie tray and place this beautiful pink Easter dip in the center. Blend together cream cheese, pineapple chunks, maraschino cherries and more into a deliciously sweet, fruity and fluffy dip.

The bright pink really stands out and the creamy dip tastes divine.

Get the Recipe: Easter Dip

21 Must-Try Movie Night Snacks

Brownie brittle squares stacked up.

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Enjoy more creative snacks that are perfect for movie nights or fun gatherings. Sweet treats and hearty snacks always make time with family and friends more fun.

Get the Recipes: 21 Must-Try Movie Night Snacks

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