Making healthy homemade Easter treats is easier than you think. These 3 healthy & wholesome Easter treat recipes are simple to make and a fun way to bring your kids into the kitchen.
The only homemade Easter treats I ever used to make were hot cross buns and my mom’s Easter Bunny Cake. The idea of making chocolate-dipped Easter eggs and other candy-type treats never crossed my mind since I have never been much of a candy maker. But I do love wholesome treats and when it comes to making sweets for my kids I like to stuff at least some nutrition into to them.
If you’re not a candy maker either, I think you’ll love these healthy and wholesome chocolate dipped Easter treat recipes. They aren’t fiddly to make, taste great and are loads of fun to make with kids.
Chocolate Dipped Easter Treat Recipes
These easy peanut butter Easter eggs are a natural version of the popular Easter treat. Made with just four ingredients (natural peanut butter, molasses, coconut flour and good, dark chocolate). The recipe works well with almond butter too.
They’re easy to make, low cal, low carb and delicious. These macaroons can also be made gluten-free (the recipe contains a little bit of flour). Just 113 calories per cookie.
Sometimes all you need is a little nibble of something sweet to satisfy a craving. These Coconut Mounds are really part energy bar, part chocolate bar, so let you give into your sweet tooth without feeling like you have been eating junk.
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