4 Easter Dessert recipes and ideas
Easter is all about lots of cheer and happiness. Celebrated as the day of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, this holiday is the best time for food lovers as plenty of mouthwatering dishes are prepared in every household. There is already a long list of recipes which can be included in your Easter dinner. Yet, we feel that most people give less attention to Easter desserts. So, we decided to shed some light on four interesting desserts that are scrumptious and innovative.
Easter Bunny Cake
This recipe ranks top in every list of Easter Desserts. The cake is topped with sweetened coconut flakes which give a unique flavour. The kids are going to love the bunny’s eyes, teeth and nose made of black, white and pink jelly beans, respectively. You wouldn’t believe that the bunny’s whiskers are carved from marshmallow and its ears are actually biscotti with cream on them. The frosting made from butter, sugar, milk, vanilla extract and fine salt melts in your mouth, instantly. This cake takes less than an hour to prepare and can be served for 12 to 14 people. Get a glimpse of the lovely bunny cake with a detailed cooking process bellow.
Recipe source: foodnetwork.com
Coconut Cream Pie
Who wouldn’t love a creamy pie topped with whipped cream and toasted coconut for an Easter Dessert? Made from milk, sugar, flaked coconut, egg yolks and other simple ingredients, this rich and smooth pie takes 30 minutes to prepare, and is well worth the effort. Once the pie is ready, it should be refrigerated for about four hours and then served. This delicious recipe is sure to bring you a plethora compliments from your friends, loved ones and guests.
Recipe source: myrecipes.com
Carrot Cake by Alton Brown
For those who prefer easy-to-prepare Easter Desserts, this marvellous cake recipe, made popular by the food-presenter Alton Brown, is the best choice. Taking less than 40 minutes to prepare, this 9-inch cake with a soothing flavour and a refined texture can be served to eight people. The carrot cake can be prepared by even those who haven’t got much cooking experience.
Recipe source: Cute DIY Projects Easter
Toasted Casserole With Walnut-Brown Sugar Crumble
Those who love casseroles for Easter Desserts can opt for this glorious dish borrowed from the French cuisine. However, you need to plan ahead for this recipe. Soak the breads in the eggs, so that all you’ll have to do the next day is to add a topping of streusel and then bake. The finished toast tastes almost like custardy souffle. For the crumble, the flour, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, butter and brown sugar should be mixed by hand until it becomes crumbly. You will also find here the instructions to make the casserole.
Recipe source: cutediyprojects.com
We hope this information helped you choose your favourite dessert to finish your dinner with absolute satisfaction. After all, what is the better way to end a glorious day other than with a happy meal?