Our Easter baking recipes are perfect for a sweet celebration. Don your apron, get out your best baking tray and bake a batch of stunning Easter biscuits. Choose from fluffy bunnies, cute chicks and pastel-coloured eggs with intricate icing.
These recipes range from super-simple to more of a challenge, and there are plenty of opportunities for kids to get involved, too. Fill your kitchen with the smell of sugar, spice and all things nice, and whip up a treat for your taste buds, too.
1. Easter biscuits lollies
Ditch the place cards at this year’s Easter dinner and opt for our fun Easter biscuit lollies. Decorate them however you like and use them to brighten up the table. Alternatively, make a batch for friends, wrap in cellophane and tie with ribbons for a picture-perfect gift. Grab a selection of different food colourings, icing and icing pens and let your creativity run free.
2. Classic Easter biscuits
Whether you’re partial to a colourful iced biscuit or one with a tempting jammy centre, our classic Easter biscuits are easy to make but look seriously impressive. Get creative with your icing designs and use a choice of colours to make your biccies pop. Can’t decide between the two designs? Halve the amounts of jam and icing sugar and make some of each.
Watch our handy video tutorial to learn how to make iced decorative biscuits with professional flair.
3. White rabbit biscuits
We’re hopping up and down with joy at the sight of these white rabbit biscuits. Who could resist an adorable bunny bite? They’re simple to create and make a great Easter activity for kids to get involved with. You could also bake a batch for an extra-special gift. We guarantee they’ll jump off the plate as fast as you can bake them. Break out the mini marshmallows!
4. Vanilla chick biscuit pops
Give your biscuits a creative twist with our vanilla chick biscuit pops. Children will love to help baking these vanilla biscuits topped with buttercream, coconut and chocolate chips. Make sure to buy ovenproof lolly sticks to avoid any baking disasters. If you’re throwing an Easter party or want to celebrate with friends and family, these treats are perfect for sharing.
Find even more fun Easter projects for kids with our ultimate recipe guide.
5. Sugared flower shortbreads
Our delicate, pastel-coloured biscuits are a sure sign spring is here. Make our sugared flower shortbreads complete with edible flowers for a beautiful sweet spread. We’ve used a dash of rosewater for a hint of floral flavour, but this could be swapped out for orange blossom extract or dried lavender if you prefer. Add a little glittery shimmer dust on top for extra sparkle.
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