Looking for Easter egg recipes? Here are 5 fabulous recipes we have curated from bakers around the world!

Eggless coconut and white chocolate Easter eggs

eggless coconut apricot easter egg

Easter eggs, this is a kids friendly recipe and it is prepared with unsweetened coconut and white chocolate chips and sweetened more with sweet condensed milk and apricot jam. Why not hide these eggs instead of plastic ones this Easter?

Blogger: Vidhya’s Home Cooking
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Easter Chocolate Carrot Cupcakes

Easter-Cup-Cakes-8 Herbivore

These are not your regular chocolate cakes. These cupcakes are full of carrots and spices. The carrot tops and clay pots add to the beauty. Are you making these for your Easter brunch?

Blogger: Herbivore Cucina 
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Eggless Hot Cross Buns

Photo credit: Saffron Trail

Photo credit: Saffron Trail

We searched many Easter egg recipes to find this one. Easter isn’t Easter without some nice hot cross buns. This recipe for eggless buns replaces the eggs with flaxseed meal, to make vegetarian hot cross buns!

Blogger: Saffron Trail
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Easter Sweet Bread

Photo credit: Yummy Tummy Aarthi

Photo credit: Yummy Tummy Aarthi

Looking for a traditional Easter sweet bread? These buns are fluffy, soft and delicious. They are also pretty easy to make. Do give it a try!

Blogger: Yummy Tummy Aarthi
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Chocolate Cheesecake Easter Eggs

Photo credit: Kayley's Blog

Photo credit: Kylee’s Kitchen

If you can’t find chocolate eggs in stores, take a challenge and make the chocolate egg all by yourself by using a balloon! These cheesecake-filled chocolate Easter eggs are very scrumptious.

Blogger: Kylee’s Kitchen
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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Photo Credit: Against All Grain

Photo Credit: Against All Grain

Use some natural dyes to color your Easter eggs. The natural colors look enchanting and quaint. You can use the produce or spice from your local grocery store!

Blogger: Against All Grain
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Cover image credit: Flickr

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