That 10-pound chocolate bunny seemed like a cute idea until you actually got it home and watched your kid gnaw on it’s ear. Now you’re staring at a partially crumbled hunk of week-old Easter chocolate and wondering how to keep it from going to waste.
Good news! We’ve got seven adorable and delicious ideas for post-Easter recipes. These yummy treats will turn that leftover Easter candy into sweets you’ll actually eat. Here’s how.
Easter Candy Bark
Have a mélange of Easter candy? This recipe makes it easy to take a mix of leftovers and turn them into a pretty little plate of homemade Easter Candy Bark. Quick, easy and so sweet!
If your kids are like mine, they’d beg you to buy a million peeps and eat exactly one of them. Turn these into peep s’mores. This is a treat everyone can get behind as spring evenings warm up, making them perfect for cozy campfires!
Robin’s Egg Malted Milkshake
Kick it old school with a malted milkshake made with Robin’s Egg malted milk balls. Turn that Easter candy into a delicious, chocolate malted shake in minutes with this fun recipe! Doesn’t it look delicious?
Mini Eggs Skillet Cookies
Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies! Turn those seasonal treats into this classic dessert with a scrumptious mini egg skillet cookie.
Jelly Bean Krispies
Rice Krispies mixed with jelly beans make for a bright, colorful treat. These leftover krispies are perfect for parties and after school snacks.
Yes, more peeps! Dip your peeps into chocolate and you’ll suddenly want to eat everyone of those sugar-coated marshmallows. It’s like chocolate-covered strawberries but with peeps!
Cadbury Egg Brownies
Cadbury Eggs get turned into a layer of delicious candy filling in these adorable Cadbury Egg brownies. If you’re craving the classic Easter treat, but are ready to bring it into the next season, this recipe is for you!
Brooke McLay is a professional recipe developer, food photographer, food writer, and single mom to four rad kids. Author of two cookbooks and the beloved blog, CheekyKitchen.com, her creative approach to fast, fresh, family-friendly foods has garnered her regular gigs with Disney’s Babble.com, Tablespoon.com, Good Cook, and Coupons.com.