Easter Desserts Board

This homemade Easter desserts board includes Cadbury egg chocolate bird nests, chocolate-strawberry cookies, chocolate-covered Oreos, peeps, jelly beans, and mini chocolate bunnies. 

Entire Easter Desserts Board Pictured

Easter Desserts Board {Homemade-In-Two-Hours!}

I’m so excited to share this Easter Desserts Charcuterie Board with you today!

It’s my first cookie tray that can be made in only two hours.

So, regardless if you are checking this post out weeks before Easter, or the day before, I’m confident that you’ll be able to prepare this homemade charcuterie board before your guests arrive for Easter dinner on Sunday afternoon.

Close up image of a homemade Easter Desserts Board

How To Make An Easter Desserts Board {4 Desserts}

This Easter charcuterie includes the following Easter desserts:

  1. Cadbury Egg Bird Nests
  2. Chocolate Strawberry Cookies
  3. Easter Chocolate-Covered Oreos
  4. Easter Candy Filler

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Easter Bunny Ceramic Dish With Jelly Beans in Dish With Jelly Beans

Easter Dessert #1: Cadbury Egg Bird Nests

These no-bake, 3-ingredient chocolate bird nests are so easy to make:

  1. First, melt the chocolate.
  2. Next, stir the shredded coconut into the melted chocolate.
  3. Scoop a large spoonful of the coconut mixture onto a lined baking tray and create a small indent.
  4. Lastly, top with three Cadbury eggs.

Check out the recipe details here.

Chocolate Coconut Eggs on baking tray lined with an Amazon Basics Silicone Baking Mat

Easter Dessert #2: Chocolate Strawberry Cookies

These soft chocolate strawberry cookies are also just a couple of ingredients and only take a few minutes to prepare.

  1. First, mix the cake mixeggsoil, and Easter M&Ms  in a large bowl.
  2. Refrigerate the dough for at least 15 minutes.
  3. Then, scoop the dough into 1-inch balls on a lined baking tray.
  4. Refrigerate the dough, again, for at least 15 minutes.
  5. Finally, bake for 10 minutes in a 350-degree oven.

Check out the recipe details here.

Easter Dessert #3: Easter Chocolate-Covered Oreos

Made in 3 simple steps:

  1. First, melt the chocolate.
  2. Next, dip the Oreos in melted chocolate.
  3. Finally, top with Easter sprinkles.

20 Chocolate-Covered Oreos with Easter Sprinkles

Easter Dessert #4: Easter Candy Filler

This Easter charcuterie includes the following Easter candy:

  1. Peeps
  2. Jelly Beans
  3. Mini Chocolate Bunnies
  4. Edible Green Grass

If you’d like to substitute some of these snacks for other Easter candy, think chocolates, pastel colors, bunnies, eggs, carrots, and flowers.

Right side of Easter Desserts Board

How To Arrange An Easter Desserts Board {4 Steps}

Once you have all your Easter desserts, candy, and snacks ready to go, it’s time to assemble your dessert board.

  1. Start by filling the mini bunny dish with jelly beans and placing it in the center of the tray.
  2. Position the edible green grass below the mini bunny dish and the strawberry cookies above it.
  3. Next, position the chocolate-covered Oreos on one side of the tray and the chocolate nests on the other.
  4. Lastly, set the peeps and chocolate bunnies on top of the edible green grass.

Equipment List

The following equipment was used to prepare this Easter desserts charcuterie:

  1. Mixing bowls
  2. Spatula
  3. Cookie scooper
  4. Measuring cups
  5. Baking tray
  6. Parchment paper or silicone baking mats
  7. Turner
  8. Cooling rack
  9. Serving tray
  10. Mini Bunny Dish

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What is your favorite part about this Easter desserts charcuterie board? Did you make any substitutions? Share your feedback in the comments section below!

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Samantha is the founder of the lifestyle blog, Lifestyled By Sam. She has been cooking and baking since her childhood and now loves hosting family and friends for the holidays. Lifestyle By Sam is dedicated to being your one-stop-shop for recipes and hosting your favorite holidays and events.

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