I decided to make a fun new recipes this Easter. And yes, Easter might seem far away and your lenten promise is on the verge of collapsing but this treat might get you in the spirit of Easter. *Disclaimer*: If you gave up sweets for Lent, click away now. I don’t want you to get entranced on the yumminess on this treat ;). Okay, on to the treat. Who doesn’t love an old fashioned chocolate chip cookie? I know I do. Or those amazing chocolate covered (whopper) easter eggs? SOO addicting. Now presenting the original Easter Egg Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars!
The bars are super easy and YUMMY. Basicly the bars are made up with the homemade Nestle cookie recipe, for the two cups of chocolate chips, exchange one cup with the (whopper) easter eggs. Not only is it easy to make, but delicious. If family are coming for easter, it is a quick and easy recipe that I can guarantee you, everyone will like. Also you can add your own twist- you can frost ‘em, decorate ‘em, or add more insides to ‘em. You can add the nuts that Nestle suggests, but I didn’t. I hope you enjoy these bars. What Easter tradition does your family love?
If you can’t find flat gummies, just buy large size gum drops and flatten them with a rolling pin like we had to. Then cut out the beak and feet with another color.
I also want to share some fun Easter Cupcakes my friend and I made Easter Weekend last year so they never made the blog. We used Graham Crackers, and cut them into egg shapes. Then we decorated them to our hearts content.
Frosted some fun cupcakes and then added them to the top. Simple but a fun way to get kids involved in Easter Dessert making. We also had some egg shaped marshmallows for decorations.
Easter Desserts: Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars & Cupcakes
Also could not resist this adorable bunny cupcake made with marshmallows. My friend and I were getting a little creative in our free time.