From extra-large, sugary cinnamon buns to Victoria sponge cake with limoncello and balsamic strawberries (try to say that three times fast),are fit for celebrating all day long.
Six layers of sweet-and-salty goodness await in this showstopper dessert. As for decorations, celebrity chef Alex Hitz recommends keeping it simple and topping with rose petals, shaved chocolate, or chopped pecans. Easy enough!
Not only do they look incredibly tempting, but these meringues kinda count as a "healthy" dessert too. Each shell clocks in at only 50 calories and gets loaded with spoonfuls of fresh fruit.
Cutting out a secret cake compartment for even more Easter chocolate makes this egg the best one of all. Decorate it with and it might be your prettiest one too.
Does it get cuter than little bunny butts? No, it does not.
A cake speckled like a fresh robin's egg is about as Easter as it gets. Tuck soft blue eggs on mini Phyllo nests for the ultimate cake topper.
Mini malt Easter eggs garnish a crumbled cookie and cheesecake mousse parfait with pastel color.
Lady Grey tea infuses these citrusy cupcakes with a unique, memorable flavor.
Only thing better than carrot cake? Carrot cake cookies — no fork required.
These gooey cinnamon rolls are a perfect addition to any Easter brunch — the stickier, the better.
You can make these nutty almond cakes up to three days ahead.
Top cute cupcakes with any edible flower, like these matching pansies.
Alex Hitz says to get the maximum coconut flavor, prick the layers with a fork and brush them with a coconut milk glaze before icing.
These cute cupcakes are the perfect ending to an Easter meal.
This recipe uses the Italian lemon liqueur, which you can find at select liquor stores.
Food Network regular Tyler Florence call this the best cheesecake he's ever tasted. The texture is light and refreshing and with the sprinkling of basil and goat cheese on top, the combination of flavors is "mind-blowing."
This easy fruit tart is so versatile that it tastes just as good topped with raspberries, blueberries, or even grapes.
You can't go wrong with the tried-and-true combination of chocolate, whipped cream, and raspberries.
These sweet and tangy cakes hold a surprise inside — a little pocket of luscious lemon curd.
A sweet tangerine glaze increases the citrus power of this moist chiffon cake.
What could be more festive than egg-shaped cookies? Use different sprinkles and icing to match the table decor.
These fluffy cakes topped with fresh berries are the ultimate indulgence.
Dense sour-cream and vanilla cake is perfect for spring when served with a sweet-and-tart rhubarb compote.
This traditional, sweet Scandinavian treat can be served for dessert or with brunch. The smell of toasty almonds will fill your kitchen with a delightful aroma.
Save time on this centerpiece dessert by using pre-made fondant daisy flowers. ($5, )
Move over strawberry rhubarb pie! This luscious vanilla cake, layered with fresh compote and frosted with sweet, cream cheese icing, is sure to become a family favorite.
With a marbled swirl, this raspberry cheesecake looks as decadent as it tastes.
This classic dessert is even cuter and easier to enjoy in cupcake form.
Full of bright citrus flavor, this light and creamy cake is the ideal way to end a spring meal.
This cheery cake is full of sweet surprises: Tangy cream cheese frosting takes the place of buttercream and almond extract is used instead of vanilla.