Why not make an afternoon of it with these fun-to-make treats?
Looking to create some fun Easter eats that the whole family can get involved with making? Fill the house with the smell of these tasty treats.
Love icing? You'll love the icing-to-sponge ratio on these beauties. Enjoy piling it high, or simply licking it from the mixing bowl and spoon afterwards. Cupcakes rule. See recipe for Easter cupcake swirls.
Grown-ups and children alike will love these chocolate fairy cakes with their fudge frosting, mini-egg topping and surprise centres. See recipe for Surprise chocolate fairy cakes.
Adorable individual-sized carrot cakes couldn't get much more Eastery (or delicious). See recipe for Easter cupcakes.
These spicy, fragrant and deliciously fruity cookies are perfect for an Easter tea-time treat. See recipe for Easter cookies.
These are really simple to make and make a fun gift too, if you feel inclined to give them away. See recipe for Easter flower cookies.
As with the iced Easter flower cookies, you can dress these up with different coloured icing, or add chocolate chips or silver balls. For something really unique, take the wooden end of a match, dip in the food colouring and create pretty patterns. Be sure to help little ones with this when handling matches. See recipe for Iced Easter biscuits.
These oh-so-sweet bunny cookies taste just as lovely as they look. What will you nibble on first – the ears or the tail? See recipe for Easter bunny cookies.
We’re loving these Easter-inspired birds’ nests - great fun to make with the kids. See recipe for Chocolate nests.
Always popular so make sure that you bake plenty of these. And because they're mini you can have another. Right? See recipe for Mini egg rocky road bite.
Two delicious British classics combine to create one delicious baked treat. You’ll love these seasonal treats. See recipe for Hot cross scones - fancy a savoury twist? You'll lvoe these hot cross bacon butties.
What to eat first! Attack the crunchy biscuity base or go straight in for the kill for the smooth, chocolatey topping? Either way by following this recipe your baking endeavours will be fully rewarded in taste. See recipe for Chocolate cheesecake.
A fruity simnel cake is an Easter classic. It might not count towards one of your 5-a-day, but it will certainly make a deliciously fruity alternative to all that chocolate. See recipe for Simnel cake.
A firm Easter favourite, why not have a go at creating your own? Toast to perfection and spread with some of your favourite jam or preserve for extra deliciousness. See recipe for Hot cross buns.
Want to wow your family and friends? Try this clever combination of spiced hot cross buns,with a creamy custard and baked for everyone to dive into. Is your mouth watering yet? Right, get cooking! See recipe for Hot cross bun pudding.