Five Easy Easter Cookies To Make With Your Kids

These easy-to-make Easter treats will hop-fully get you and your family in the festive spirit!

With Easter fast approaching, it's always a fun idea to get in some baking time with the kiddos. These Easter-themed cookie ideas are easy-to-make, full of those pretty spring pastel colours, and absolutely delicious. So grab your aprons and get creative with these recipes that the whole family is sure to enjoy.

Easter Egg Sugar Cookies

These cookie bites are not only a kid favourite, they’re also light, little, and manageable to make. Add all of the ingredients for the sugar cookies and, once baked, merely top them off with some chocolate Easter eggs in a candy shell and you have yourself the perfect festive sweet. 

 

No-Bake Chocolate Egg Nest Cookies

Attention chocolate lovers! Egg Nest Easter cookies are practically effortless and terrifically tasty. With only four ingredients, and without the hassle of using an oven, this no-bake option is all the fun with half the hassle. All you have to do is combine melted chocolate with chow mein noodles in a muffin tin, and let cool. Finish the final look with some chocolate Easter eggs and peeps on top.  

 

Easter Critter Cookies

These cookies are an ultra-easy and fun way for your family to get into the Easter spirit without destroying the kitchen. Simply grab a box of plain cookies/biscuits from the grocery store, put some licorice and candy eyes in a bowl, and add some coloured icing to snack bags. After that, let the creative juices flow and get decorating.

 

Funfetti Cake Mix Cookies

This recipe is cake-meets-cookie. As the name suggests, these cookies are super fun, as well as quick and easy to make. The confetti in the cake is great because it creates the perfect pop of Easter colour. All you need to do is roll the cake mix into small dough balls and flatten with the bottom of a glass. Finish off by letting the kids add their favourite M&M’s on top.  

 

Chocolate Chip Easter Basket Cookies

These Easter treats are absolutely adorable and your kids will love creating them. To make your basket, start by baking a square of cookie dough in a 24” muffin tray. Then the real fun begins! Place a piece of licorice on either side of the cookie for the handle, and once cool add icing for the grass and jelly beans for the eggs. These cookie baskets are perfectly appealing and delightfully delicious. 

 

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