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16 Easter Desserts You’ll Want to Make Again and Again

These springtime treats are just what you'll be craving after brunch.

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Peanut Butter Easter Eggs Dessert

These one-bowl Easter desserts pair a graham cracker-and-peanut butter batter with a microwave-made chocolate glaze. Learn more about how eggs and Easter came to be associated with each other.

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Easter Nest Torte Dessert

Chocolate cake is topped with rich, creamy mousse and festive chocolate “twigs”; add a few Easter eggs if you like.

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Easter Bunny Cupcakes Dessert

Buy or make your own cupcakes and frosting, then follow the directions for decorating adorable Easter Bunny cupcakes.

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Cheesecake Pops Dessert for Easter

Scooped-out balls of cheesecake (or, make them eggs) are quickly rolled in decorative toppings for a tasty bite. Serve these Easter desserts nestled in faux grass. Don’t miss how countries around the world celebrate Easter.

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Easter Egg Sugar Cookies Dessert

Cookies make for a festive, edible centerpiece for your Easter desserts table.

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Easter Pastel Tea Cookies Dessert

A buttery sugar cookie recipe gets the Easter treatment with spring-theme cutters. Find out more about Easter traditions and myths.

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Easter Peanut Butter Coconut Balls Dessert

Get the kids to help you mix and roll these easy, truffle-like treats, which are perfect for tucking in an Easter basket.

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Polka-Dot Macaroons Dessert for Easter

Coconut, condensed milk, flour and M&Ms—that’s all you need to make these chewy cookies.

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Angel Berry Trifle Dessert for Easter

Prepared angel food cake and vanilla pudding help made this last-minute Easter dessert easy to pull together when you’ve got company. Don’t miss these Easter recipes that only need a handful of ingredients.

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Strawberry Meringue Tart Dessert for Easter

If you’ve never made meringue, this basic recipe is easy to follow.

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courtesy Natasha Kravchuk, NatashasKitchen.com

Blackberry Lemon Cake Roll

This springy cake roll looks complicated, but the fluffy sponge cake takes just four ingredients—yet it’s still guaranteed to wow your guests!

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Mini Egg Fudge

When you’re ready from some Easter desserts, this recipe will be a crowd-pleaser. Sweet white chocolate fudge is sprinkled with Cadbury Mini Eggs for an addictively tasty treat. Learn why bunnies are so popular for Easter.

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Peeps Sunflower Cake

This cheery cake will outshine any other Easter desserts. The design doesn’t require any special baking skills but is an impressive addition to your table.

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Old-Fashioned Carrot Cake

Topped with homemade cream cheese frosting, this irresistible cake would be Easter Bunny-approved.

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Old-Fashioned Banana Cream Pie

Last-minute planners, rejoice: Thanks to instant pudding, you can whip this Easter dessert up in ten minutes flat.

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White Chocolate Fruit Tart

Fresh fruit heaped over a creamy white chocolate filling will end your big Easter meal on a high note.

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Next, don’t miss these Easter crafts that will brighten any home.

Originally Published in Reader's Digest