Five Easter Treats

Kelly Sodl ‘20 and Lucy Davidov ‘20, Staff Writers

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1. Easter Egg Jelly Bean Cookies

Courtesy of Kelly Sodl ‘20 and Lucy Davidov ‘20

A creative and fun idea for all of those who love making festive cookies. Start with a basic sugar cookie dough and icing – shape the dough using an egg-shaped cookie cutter. After frosting, decorate the egg-shaped cookie with jelly beans! The jelly beans will look like mini eggs. You can easter-fi your cookie even more by using bright, light colors for the jelly beans or outlining the cookie in bright frosting.

2. Peeps

Courtesy of Kelly Sodl ‘20 and Lucy Davidov ‘20

Sometimes, chocolate becomes the star of Easter, and we forget about our marshmallow friends! Peeps are sugary tasty marshmallows covered with sprinkles that are perfect for satisfying easter cravings. Their festive shape can also help to bring cheer to the holiday. They can be bought shaped like bunnies, chicks, and also eggs.

3. Reese’s Mini Peanut Butter Eggs

Courtesy of Kelly Sodl ‘20 and Lucy Davidov ‘20

Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs are a unique twist on the classic Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. This amazing candy tastes just like a regular Reese’s, but it is shaped like an Easter Egg! It is perfect for the springtime!

4. M&M’S Speckled Easter Eggs

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Similar to Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, this candy is just like an M&M, but in an egg shape to celebrate the holiday! Everything tastes better when in a fun shape, right?

5. Easter Egg Rice Krispie Treats

Courtesy of Kelly Sodl ‘20 and Lucy Davidov ‘20

Rice Krispie Easter Eggs are delicious, fun, and an easy activity to make with the family over the holiday. They are ideal for Easter time and satisfy all types of sweet cravings: rice crispy treats, sugar, and sprinkles! What else could one ask for in a delicious Easter treat?

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