Any of these awesome 21 Easter cupcakes will help you kick off springtime and celebrate the season!
20 Easter Cupcakes
Any of these awesome 20 Easter cupcakes will help you kick off springtime and celebrate the season! These sweet confections are a delight to eat as well as look at. The decorations feature everything from bunnies to chicks and carrots to eggs. Turn these cupcakes into works of edible art by adding beautiful pastel shades of pink, blue, green, yellow and lavender. Many of these recipes are easy enough that even the kids can help with the assembly and decoration. From peeps to coconut grass and from mini chocolate malted eggs to crushed cookie edible dirt patches, you’ll find creative recipes to inspire your next batch of adorable Easter cupcakes.
Looking for cute and easy Easter Cupcakes? Try these super cute Carrot Garden Easter Cupcakes. The orange Mike & Ikes with edible Easter grass decorate the cupcake and look like a garden the Easter bunny would love! Kids and adults alike will enjoy eating these cute and tasty Easter cupcake decorations. Plus they are not too hard to make. Cute and easy…the perfect combination. Carrot Garden Cupcakes by Everyday Savvy
These Easter cupcakes are a feast for your eyes: chocolate cupcakes with chocolate malted frosting that’s piped on high. Add some colorful malted Whopper eggs on the top and garnish with a smidge of the pastel crushed mini eggs. Adorable!
Chocolate Whopper Egg Cupcakes by Your Cup Of Cake
Who doesn’t love jelly beans? These cupcakes are an amazing Easter dessert because not only do you decorate the frosting with sweet jelly beans, you’ll also hide some inside a hollowed out section of each cupcake!
Jelly Bean Cupcakes by If You Give A Blonde A Kitchen
These chocolate cupcakes get a garden “dirt” topping from crushed chocolate cookies. Create carrots for the patch by using a strawberry that’s been dipped in orange candy melts. Hollow out a little piece of the cupcake in the center so that the “carrot” can sit in the garden patch. Sweet!
Carrot Patch Cupcakes by Life Made Simple Bakes
Here’s an easy way to up-level coconut cupcakes for Easter. Make your coconut cupcakes, frost with butter frosting and then lightly toast your coconut flakes before adding to the top of the frosting. Gently place three Whoppers malted milk ball eggs in the center of the frosting. Beautiful!
Coconut Cupcakes With Toasted Coconut Frosting by Brown Eyed Baker
Not only are these cupcakes gorgeous, but they’re fun to make.You’ll divide your cupcake batter up into 4 equal parts and drop different shades of food coloring in each. Pour a bit of each into each cupcake liner which will create a marble effect when baked. Divide your frosting up, too, to create pastel colors and ice each a different color. So pretty!
Celebration Marble Cupcakes by Two Sisters Crafting
White cupcakes with buttercream frosting get topped with sweet Easter chick marshmallow peeps. Before setting the peeps on top, add edible Easter grass to the top for the nests. Set the chicks in the center and add a few mini chocolate robin’s eggs. Cute!
Easter Peeps Cupcakes by Freut Cake
These made from scratch lemon cupcakes use real lemon juice and zest for a punch of flavor. They are filled with lemon curd and frosted with a lemony icing. They’re the perfect spring dessert to serve at Easter.
Perfect Triple Lemon Cupcakes by Crazy For Crust
The color combo of chocolate cupcakes with a pastel coconut “grass” frosting is a sweet way to celebrate Easter. Add a small chocolate bunny in the center of the grass or even a few mini malted eggs. Perfect for spring and Easter parties.
Easter Cupcakes by Mother Thyme
Decorate chocolate cupcakes with mini marshmallows for the body of a sheep. You’ll make the sheep heads from a few of the cupcakes plus frosting that you’ve rolled into ovals and allowed to chill in the fridge. Add eyes and attach to the cupcakes to complete the sheep. So sweet!
Sheep Cupcakes by Wine And Glue
Easter is the perfect time to make desert with spring fruit such as blueberries. Here, a coconut cupcake gets the addition of a few blueberries in the batter. Add a blueberry to the top of the buttery coconut frosting for the finishing touch. Delish!
Blueberry Coconut Cupcakes by Life Love And Sugar
Chocolate cupcakes get frosted and then topped with crushed mini sandwich cookies for the “dirt.” Use orange Mike and Ikes candies for the carrots and edible green Easter grass for the carrot stems. Crazy cute and the kids will love them!
Carrot In The Garden Easter Cupcakes by Cincy Shopper
If you’re looking for a quick Easter cupcake, this is it! Make your cupcakes and instead of frosting them, use cotton candy as a “nest” and nestle mini chocolate eggs in it. So creative!
Cotton Candy Easter Cupcakes by The Sweetest Occasion
Chocolate cupcakes and frosting get decorated with a chocolate Easter bunny with the help of Reese’s cups. Use a round peanut butter cup as the bunny torso and add candy eyes, tootsie rolls for ears, a candy carrot and two chocolate Whoppers for his paws. Clever!
Reese’s Cup Easter Bunny Cupcakes by Hungry Happenings
Marshmallow eggs get decorated with melted candy before being dipped in colorful sugar or sprinkles to make a sparkly egg. Let them chill in the fridge while you make the cupcakes and frosting. When ready, set the eggs vertically on top for a pretty Easter egg cupcake!
Marshmallow Easter Egg Cupcakes by Young At Heart Mommy
These luscious chocolate cupcakes with chocolate buttercream frosting look amazing with a Cadbury creme egg perched on top of green “grass” sprinkles, but wait until you bite into it. There’s a hidden mini creme egg inside. Surprise!
Cadbury Creme Egg Cupcakes by Flour On My Face
If you’re going to enjoy Peeps this season, make them in the form of a cupcake! Perfect for Easter parties, these vibrant colored bunny peeps sit on top of buttercream frosting that you’ll add gel food coloring to to match the peeps. Kid and party-approved!
Peeps Cupcakes by Eating On A Dime
These cupcakes are the perfect Easter treat with their marshmallow frosting that you’ll dust with pastel coconut flakes. Top chocolate or vanilla cupcakes with these and watch the kids gobble them up!
Snowball Cupcakes by Baking A Moment
Yellow chicks perch on top of vanilla cupcakes thanks to vanilla buttercream frosting that’s been dyed with gel food coloring. It’s easy to pipe on these chicks. Just add googly eyes, a little beak and feet. Precious!
Easter Chick Cupcakes by Amanda’s Cookin
These chocolate cupcakes and frosting get topped with a dusting of chocolate cookie crumbs for the “dirt.” Create the bunny by using donut holes dipped in melted white chocolate and coated with coconut. Add the feet and toes for the sweet little Easter bunny cupcake treat.
Bunny Butt Cupcakes by Spend With Pennies
These rich chocolate cupcakes and frosting get dusted with brown jimmies for the “nest” before adding mini pastel chocolate eggs in the center. Cute and irresistible!
Robin’s Nest Cupcakes by Tastes of Lizzy T
Need more fun Easter ideas? Check out these Easter basket ideas, and Easter Egg hunt fun.