Easter is just around the corner, y’all. And you know what that means? It’s time to get your bake on. We’re not talking about a simple carrot cake, because this time around it’s *all* about the egg. We’re taking it to the next level with 11 egg-shaped treats that are easy to make but will look ultra fabulous on your Easter dessert table. (Psst: Don’t forget to visit the B+C shop for all the Easter supplies you need + gifts for Easter baskets!)

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1. Cookie Pops: Not in the mood to make something super intricate? Just spread peanut butter on crackers and cover with icing and sprinkles. Yep, it’s that easy. (via Daily Crave)

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2. Painted Cookies: It doesn’t get any more fun than painting food, right? Channel your inner artist and paint your favorite pattern onto a simply iced sugar cookie. (via Brit + Co)

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3. Marshmallow Truffles: We’re sure these marshmallow truffles will be a total hit at your Easter bash, because who doesn’t love a yummy marshmallow treat? (via Taste and Tell)

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4. Oatmeal Peanut Butter Eggs: What do you get when you mix together rolled oats, syrup, chocolate chips and a few other basics? The cutest (and yummiest!) granola bar egg we’ve ever seen. (via Savy Naturalista)

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5. Easter Egg Fudge: This could be the easiest fudge EVER. Use chocolate chips, peanut butter cups and condensed milk to DIY this yummy recipe. (via Brit + Co)

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6. Sugar Cookies: Who doesn’t love a good sugar cookie? Use your fave recipe and a cookie cutter to shape ’em into eggs. Oh, and don’t forget about the gorgeous ombre icing. (via The Kitchen McCabe)

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7. Rice Krispies Cookies: Amp up your basic Rice Krispies treat by shaping them into eggs and adding a few colorful sprinkles. (via Spaceships and Laser Beams)

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8. Oreo Truffles: If you’re going for an ultra classy dessert, these Oreo Truffles are a must-try. Oh, and did we mention they only take four ingredients to make? Score. (via Gimme Some Oven)

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9. Robins Egg Speckled Cookies: We’re thinking these might be the prettiest Easter treats in all the land. And that robin’s-egg look is a nice alternative the traditional brightly colored frosting. (via The Miniature Mouse)

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10. Marshmallow Easter Eggs: If you have a little extra time on your hands, try DIYing these fluff-filled marshmallow Easter eggs. Cover homemade marshmallows with melted chocolate and add your favorite detailing. (via Mel’s Kitchen Cafe)

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11. Macarons: It’s no secret that macarons are all the rage these days, so why not whip up a batch for your dessert table? We’re especially loving the bright pastel colors and cute icing designs on these. (via Get Creative Juice)

What’s your go-to treat to make for Easter? Share your faves in the comments.