Foodista: Sweet Easter Treats

Easter is almost here, which means it’s time to peruse Pinterest for the most creative and delicious looking sweet treats to serve at your Easter get-together! I’ve rounded up my 5 faves to get you in the mood for the holiday!

Easter Bunny Macarons via Raspberri Cupcakes

 These are almost too cute to eat! Can’t wait to make these pink treats with Stella, who will absolutely love them. Get the recipe HERE.

Easter Egg Macaroon Nests via 

Easter Egg Macaroon NestsSuch a fun take on the classic macaroon! My kids will love making these… and then eating them! Get the recipe HERE.

Rice Crispy Easter Eggs via Velvet Moss

easter3 I love this creative twist on the classic Easter egg! And you can make so many fun variations on them. Love it! Get the instructions HERE.

Easter Bunny Cinnamon Rolls via Betty Crocker

easter4How fun will it be to wake the kids up on Easter morning with this fun breakfast? Get the recipe HERE.

Easter Candy Bark via Signed By Tina 

easter5 So colorful, and who doesn’t love a good candy bark recipe? Get the instructions HERE.

What sweet treats do you plan on whipping up for your Easter celebration?



Photo & Recipe Credits: Raspberri Cupcakes,, Betty Crocker, Velvet Moss, Signed by Tina


  • Calimomof3

    I just read that you have a new reality show about Dean’s cheating.. Tori I’m a corporate mom, my husband is in the spotlight too but for his business accomplishments. No matter what happens in our personal life, I always act in a way that won’t play back in any negative way on my kids. What happens in 5 or 6 years when your kids are old enough to watch what you talk about on this show? Do you think it’s OK to do this just for the paycheck? It’s selling out – that’s bad in itself but you are selling out your 4 kids and that isn’t fair, they have no choice in this being aired on TV. I get that money is very enticing and I wouldn’t want to lose my lifestyle either… But my kids are more important to me and I wouldn’t let them see their mom and dad talking about their sex life problems and cheating on TV. Sorry I would go without my big house before that ever happens. Please think about your kids – don’t sell them out. Get a regular job if you have to. Your kids will respect you and be happier, if you do this show they will be completely screwed up and probably make the same mistakes you have made later in life.

    • kady

      OMG! This is not the place for this!

      • Jenn

        This forum is most certainly the place for Calimimof3’s comment. She is not alone in her opinion of ‘True Tori’. Tori has made several posts about the upcoming launch of her new show ‘Mystery Girls’. Why hasn’t Tori made any comments about her new reality show? Tori’s silence on the matter speaks volumes! It is clear she knows her choice to subject the kids to such a private matter is morally wrong. A couple of the photos which have been released show images of the kids featured on the show. This is abuse.

      • kErRy

        this is so frustrating to me, people come onto the blog to talk about things totally unrelated to it. ugh!

    • carol

      I love what your doing and your a wonderful Parent. Also Love yoyr Recipes and you. That person that made the comment about your show well she needs to worry about her selve and not what your doing.. your Doing a Great job with your Family. Love you.

    • Cammy

      Calimomof3, don’t you know that Ms. Spelling is in the realm of the reality show world? There will be plenty of viewers who tune in. I agree it seems odd – that Ms. Spelling wrote a critical note to a tabloid magazine about how traumatized her son was when he saw the cover. And then to do this. Luckily her kids are young enough that it’s doubtful the kindergarteners will say, “Gee, I saw your Mom on TV complaining about your Dad.” True, if he was in high school it might affect him differently. I think Ms. Spelling has a large family to raise, and if it’s a lucrative decision she’ll make it. It’s her life.

      • Jenn

        Liam and Stella are certainly of age that they will be immediately affected. Tori’s exploitation of the kids is inexcusable.

        • jo

          I would downsize my lifestyle before I would air my dirty laundry and looks like this man cheated on her throughout the marriage and she kept getting pregnant to try to fix it..

    • jo

      The thing is Hollywood has a whole different mind set, money first and consequences later. This town and the people are all about wealth and keeping up appearances, look at the house her family built..

  • kErRy

    these are all so cute, thanks for sharing them!!! i made these cupcakes last year and my nieces and nephews loved them, but some of them came out looking kind of funky 😉

  • Abigail P.

    Why would you want to air your marital problems for all to see? I just don’t understand that way of thinking. Keep it private. Someday you’re kids will see it or get teased at school about it. Ugh. Enough, just get a smaller house (normal people do put 2-3 kids in one bedroom) and a normal job. I have lost all respect for Tori. She’s just as bad as Dean.

    • kErRy

      i don’t understand why all of these comments unrelated to the food blog are getting posted here. and i really wish people would remember that we all do things that others might not understand or agree with, but wouldn’t it hurt to have people telling you they disagree with what you’re doing every time they think it? every one of us is just trying to do our best, and i don’t think it’s anyone’s place to tell other people what is right or wrong for THEM. easter dessert blog…yum!

      • Abigail

        She makes her personal life public so it’s fair game. If she doesn’t want people taking about it then she needs to stop doing reality tv.

        • kErRy

          that’s a fair statement…i just don’t think this blog is the place for it. this is a place for fans and supporters and people wanting to share what’s here. :)