Cookies are an ideal dessert for any occasion or holiday: they are loved by kids and adults, they are much easier to bake than a large cake or cupcakes and you needn’t much time to make them. Easter is almost here and we’ll make some tasty Easter cookies that will excite you with their look and taste.
This is an exceptionally tasty cookie, with or without all the icing and trimmings, and you should definitely give this recipe a try these Easter holidays! This dough holds its shape well during baking, just be sure not to skip the step where you chill it in the fridge. You can keep things super simple by serving the cookies just as they are or with a dusting of icing sugar, or go all out with icing, sprinkles and speckled eggs.
Soft, roll out sugar cookies that have a hint of lemon and cinnamon make for the perfect template for some fun Easter cookies. These sugar cookies are decorated with vanilla vegan “butter” cream and make the holiday festive and most of all safe for those with food allergies. These Easter bunny sugar cookies are free of: gluten, dairy, egg, soy, peanut & tree nuts.
The cookies are really easy, one bowl, mix mix. You do need to chill them in the fridge before baking so allow some extra time. Top them with colorful sprinkles and a few mini eggs and they’re perfect for Easter!
Like quinoa, amaranth is a complete protein, packing in nearly 10 grams of the muscle-building nutrient per cup along with a notable amount of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Meanwhile, in contrast to quinoa, since this gluten-free grain hasn’t yet fully been rediscovered, you can still score a bulk bin bag of the nutty seed at a price that won’t set you back. Inspired by spring, these Amaranth Flour Carrot Cake Cookies are spice-forward and a perfect pairing to a tall glass of almond milk.
This Easter bunny cookie design is pretty basic, making this a great project for a novice cookie decorator. What makes this project special is the all natural food colors. Cookies can be baked 2 weeks ahead; separate cookies with wax paper, place in air tight containers and freeze.
These Easter cookies are loaded with spices, currants, marzipan and dark chocolate chips for bank holiday baking. Cookies are effortless to mix, minutes to bake and you can eat them straightaway warm off the baking tray so it’s easy to taste the results of your hard labor.
Sugar cookies are ideal for any holiday. The gorgeous pale tones, the intricate designs, the colorful variety. Easter egg sugar cookies are the definition of edible art. A few swirls here, a few polka dots there, and a few stripes is all you need to create adorable, simple Easter egg sugar cookies.
Linzer cookies are such a fun tradition. The powdered sugar always reminds me of lace while the jam in the middle promises a treat for your tastebuds. It’s that perfect combination of fancy and fun that got me thinking about Easter.
These lemon cake mix cookies are decorated as adorable Easter Chicks! These Easter Chick cookies are so festive and simple, and they make a great Easter project for kids. Filled with cream cheese frosting, these soft lemon cookies are a dream!
Chewy M&M coconut cookies are deliciously chewy and chocolatey. They’re sure to be an instant hit for spring or anytime of year. Read the full recipe to find out how to make them!