6 sweet showstopping ways to finish your holiday feast.
Fresh Raspberry Almond Tray Tart
We’re officially obsessed with this new tart created by the Betty Crocker Kitchens—featuring a shortcut almond cookie crust stacked with fresh berries, sweetened cream cheese and a drizzle of honey. And with a 24-person serving size, it’s our go-to dessert of the season.
Easter Basket Cake
All it takes is a fork to elevate a simple chocolate layer cake to the star of your Easter feast. Bake and frost the cake according to package directions, then drag the fork tines in one-inch horizontal and vertical lines to create the basket weave. Top with green coconut “grass” and chocolate candy eggs for the finishing touch.
Carrot cake and Easter go together like cookies and Christmas—they’re the highlight of the season. This classic Betty Crocker recipe can be made as a two-layer cake or a sheet cake topped with cream cheese frosting and darling carrot hearts.
Bunny Butt Cake
As sweet as it is silly, this twist on the classic bunny cake is guaranteed to leave your guests talking long after the final slice is served. And with our how-to guide, it’s easier to make than it looks. Whatever you do, don’t forget the clever Fruit Roll-Up carrots. If you ask us, they’re the best part!
Looking for a simple dessert everyone will love? Cheesecake is a great place to start, and this citrus version proves the point. Cake mix is the secret behind the easy press-in-the-pan cookie-like crust, but the foolproof cream cheese filling really steals the show.
Lil’ Chick Cupcakes
Some bunnies get all of the love at Easter, so we’re shining the light on another favorite springtime baby: chicks. Made with upside-down cupcakes, these single-serve treats aren’t just cute, they’re also a sweet way to make sure everyone gets a special Easter dessert.