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15 TikTok-Approved Easter Food Ideas That Are Eggstra Insta-Worthy

You can never have too many Easter cakes, am I right?

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Easter is one of the sweetest holidays — literally. Between the Cadbury eggs and colorful marshmallow Peeps, there are a lot of delicious treats to enjoy on Easter Sunday. While you could always snack on the jelly beans and egg-shaped Reese’s from your Easter basket, you can also get creative in the kitchen by trying out some Easter recipes from TikTok for your party.

If you’re planning a traditional Easter dinner with your family, TikTok has plenty of Easter food ideas that are both delicious and Insta-worthy. Whether you’re craving something savory like a pizza or something sweet like a chocolate babka, there is a TikTok Easter recipe on the FYP that is truly for you. There’s even a few traditional Easter cake recipes that work for any occasion.

The Easter food ideas are endless, but if you don’t want to go searching for a chocolate babka recipe or Easter cake recipe yourself, there’s no need to worry. Save your hunting skills for the colorful eggs you’ve hidden around the house, and try these 15 Easter recipes from TikTok that have been assembled just for you instead.


Mini Traditional Easter Cake Recipe


For an adorable treat your friends can enjoy at an outdoor picnic, you’ll want to make these mini traditional Easter cakes. According to TikToker @erinsgranola’s tutorial, just take a mini shortcake, which you can get at the store, and fill it with some strawberry jam. If you’d rather make everything from scratch, Yummly has a great strawberry shortcake recipe.

From there, add on cream, fresh strawberries, and more jam before placing another mini cake on top. Decorate your finished product with icing and any Easter candy you have at home.

Croissant Carrots Recipe

For Insta-worthy treats that are also savory, try these croissant carrots. Just roll up your ready-to-bake croissant dough into carrot shapes with the use of tin foil, like TikToker @lifebyleanna. Once they’re out of the oven, stuff them with anything you want, like chicken salad, and finish off with parsley for the stem.

Bunny Funfetti Dip Recipe

This bunny funfetti dip from TikToker @bestfriendsforfrosting is kind of like homemade Dunkaroos. Just forming your dip into a bunny shape makes it more Easter-like, but you can really enjoy this recipe all year round. This Easter funfetti dip uses animal crackers for dipping, but feel free to use graham crackers or even pretzel sticks as well.


Bunny Cinnamon Roll Recipe

Another super easy Easter recipe that doesn’t require you to mix ingredients together is this bunny cinnamon roll recipe from TikToker @bestfriendsforfrosting. Just shape your ready-to-bake cinnamon rolls into a bunny shape, bake, and decorate with icing and M&Ms for the face.

For anyone wanting to go the homemade route, Yummly also has a cinnamon roll recipe that takes about an hour to bake. Just don’t forget to shape your dough so it looks like an adorable little rabbit.


No-Bake Easter Bark Recipe


This Easter bark recipe is also super simple. You don’t even need an oven. Just line a baking sheet with graham crackers and layer on some melted marshmallows and butter, according to TikToker @playpartyplan. This is when you can get creative with your Easter bark by adding whatever melted chocolate and Easter candy you’d like on top before chilling in the fridge.

This three-ingredient Easter bark makes a white chocolate version if that’s more your vibe. The pastel-colored sprinkles will definitely pop more with this version.


Easy Easter Fruit Salad Recipe

An easy and spring-inspired dish you can bring to your Easter picnic is this Easter fruit salad from TikToker @myfourwonders. Just use some Easter cookie cutters ($10, Williams Sonoma) to cut your fruit into fun themed shapes. It’s that simple! Serve your fruit salad with a lemon honey dressing just to add more flavor to the mix.


Easter Chick Deviled Eggs Recipe


Deviled eggs are always a great idea for a party. They’re easy to eat finger foods, but don’t just make regular deviled eggs. Make some Easter chick deviled eggs inspired by TikToker @kellyscleankitchen’s video. Just slice your boiled eggs in half and place your filling in between like a little chick peaking through.

Another Easter version of deviled eggs is to dye them so they’re pastel colored. While not as adorable, these eggs are definitely Insta-worthy.


Traditional Italian Easter Pie Recipe

For something savory, make this pizza rustica recipe from TikToker @kathyquad123. This traditional Italian Easter pie is a great idea for your Easter dinner main course. You can also make it your own with whatever fillings you prefer. For instance, this version of an Italian Easter pie has layers of filling that look gorgeous when you slice into it.


Easter Egg Pizza Recipe


This Easter egg pizza from TikToker @heathercoxzzz is a fun Easter dinner recipe for you and your roomies to make together. Just roll out some pizza dough into an egg shape and decorate with sauce, cheese, and colorful toppings. It may even be more fun than decorating some actual Easter eggs.

Then, after your savory pizza, serve a slice of sweet Easter pizza for dessert. You can never have too much pizza, right?


Creme Egg Croissant Recipe

Calling all Cadbury Creme Egg lovers, this is the Easter recipe for you. This creme egg croissant recipe from TikToker @thisisplanetfood is delicious and super easy to make. All you need to do is wrap a creme egg in some puff pastry before baking in an air fryer. This may end up being your new fave way of enjoying creme eggs each Easter. If you happen to be vegan, there’s also a dairy-free way to make creme eggs at home to place into your croissants as well.


Traditional Chocolate Babka Recipe


Chocolate babka may be something you’ve had every year for Easter with your fam. Whether it’s a tradition or not, you’ll want to try making this chocolate espresso babka recipe from TikToker @cloudykitchen. The real fun comes from rolling up your dough with the chocolate and then braiding it to form the babka. For cinnamon fans, there’s also a cinnamon babka recipe to spice up your Easter.


Traditional Easter Bread Recipe

Another Easter tradition in your family may include making some Easter bread. If that’s the case, you’ll want to follow this Easter bread recipe from TikToker @food52. After making your dough, braid two pieces together and form a circle for you to place a dyed egg in the middle.

You could also place your eggs onto the braided bread if that’s more your style. Add some colorful sprinkles on top before baking for about 20 to 25 minutes in the oven, and enjoy!


Easter Bunny Cupcakes Recipe


TikTok is great for finding new recipes and creative ways to decorate. After all, you want a spread that’s Insta-worthy and will have all your guests snapping tons of foodie pics. For some cupcake inspiration, look no further than TikToker @fabeveryday’s tutorial for bunny butt cupcakes using cut up marshmallows.

You can also make some Easter bunny cupcakes using this tin foil hack from TikToker @yumlabels to create the bunny head shape. If you’ve got some Peeps lying around, make a bunny cupcake with them using green icing for grass.


Birds Nest Cookies Recipe

For a treat that’s picture-perfect, you’ll want to make these birds nest cookies from TikToker @bestfriendsforfrosting. Just melt some chocolate and mix with some chow mein noodles to create the nest. Fill with some chocolate eggs and chill in the fridge before serving. They really do look like mini birds nests. They can even elevate your donuts by making them look like birds nests with Peeps on top.

Peeps Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

For a colorful spin on rice krispies treats, use Peeps instead of regular marshmallows like TikToker @fivefootfeminine. Be sure to bake and swirl instead of just mixing everything together so that you get those individual Peeps colors. To make these treats even more Easter-themed, roll them up into egg shapes instead of cutting into squares.

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