Top 5 Trendiest Easter Recipes on Pinterest

You know what they say… “April showers bring May flowers, and early March food blogging brings late March Easter Pinboards.” Okay, well maybe they only say the first half of that, but the latter half is definitely true, so let’s just roll with it. These days, you can’t even have a third-tier holiday like Arbor Day without a million Pinterest boards popping up, so you can only imagine how big of a deal such a high-profile holiday like Easter is. Clearly we had to get our Peep-loving selves in on the action as well.

Presenting… the Top 5 Trendiest Easter Recipes on Pinterest.

Cadbury Creme Egg Milkshake

5. Cadbury Creme Egg Milkshake from Chocolate Moosey
Milk chocolate eggs stuffed with frosting are amazing enough as it is, but incorporate them into a chocolate ice cream milkshake – complete with homemade fondant! – and you’ve got a real winner.

Easter Peanut Butter Buttons

4. Easter Peanut Butter Buttons from The Curvy Carrot
Probably one of the easiest things ever. Peanut butter filled pretzels are a classic, and so are white chocolate covered pretzels. Adhere a Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg to a pretzel with melted white chocolate, and you’re in Easter snack heaven.

Peeps Meringue Tarts

3. Peeps Meringue Tartlets from Chronicle Books Blog
We can never resist a delicious lemon meringue recipe, and apparently neither can anyone else on Pinterest. Bonus: melting a Peep on top of a tart is a lot easier and quicker than whipping and baking meringue from scratch.

Homemade Reeses Eggs

2. DIY Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs from The Whimsical Princess
Guess this post isn’t the best for anyone who hates peanut butter, because here’s another one featuring the siren song of Reese’s sweet, sweet peanut butter. Reese’s Easter Eggs have a sort of cult following, probably because they’re even more crammed with PB than regular Reese’s Cups, and now you can make these favorites any time of year at home.

Tuxedo Peeps

1. Tuxedo Peeps from Babble
Another simple recipe, but this one is just tearing it up on Pinterest. Peeps are pretty cute as it is, but dress them up in dark and white chocolate and they’re downright elegant. (Okay…. just kind of elegant.) If you’re going to a black tie Easter brunch, class it up with a basket fulla these fellows.


There you have it… enough marshmallowy, chocolatey, peanut buttery goodness to fuel a million Easter Sundays. But in case you need any more ideas, there’s always the ES classic Peeps Gone Wild! Happy Easter, y’all.

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