Easter Dessert Kabobs

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These Easter Dessert Kabobs combine six of your favorite Easter desserts into one epic treat. There’s no longer a need to choose one dessert when you can have all six!

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Easter Dessert Kabobs:

Happy Spring, friends! Today is a super fun day on IBC because I’m sharing the most epic and delicious Easter dessert recipe!

For my spring dessert idea, I couldn’t settle on one treat. So, I decided to combine six sweets into one to create these colorful and fun Easter Dessert Kabobs!

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I’ve put together all of your Easter favorites in one incredible dessert. There are Peeps bunnies and chicks, carrot cake truffles, Rice Krispies Treats, peanut butter eggs, and homemade coconut cupcakes! And, because I couldn’t resist, I assembled all of this sweetness in the order of the rainbow. What more could you ask for in a dessert, right?

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How to Make Easter Dessert Kabobs:

As you can see, this collection of desserts mixes a few store-bought favorites with homemade goodies.

You may have already seen my posts for the Carrot Cake Truffles and The Ultimate Coconut Cupcakes. I wanted to get those recipes on IBC so you were ready to go. Once you whip them up, the rest of the treats come together pretty quickly.

Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe ideas | Inspired by Charm

Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe | Inspired by Charm

Of course, you can assemble these Easter Dessert Kabobs with any items you’d like. I love the addition of a few homemade desserts, but if time is tight, just purchase your favorite Easter confections at the grocery store.

I also wanted to create a rainbow of colors in these kabobs so that meant giving a few of the treats a colorful update.

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To create the Easter Egg Hunt Rice Krispies Treats, I purchased pre-made Rice Krispies Treat Squares and cut them in half. I then dipped the tops into melted green candy melts.

Before the candy set, I added three jelly beans and sprinkled some green wafer shred sprinkles on top. (I bought the green wafer shred sprinkles at Walmart, but I also saw them at Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts.)

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Easter Dessert Kabobs - Egg Hunt Rice Krispies - easter dessert recipe | Inspired by Charm

For the blue in my rainbow, I melted blue candy melts and poured them into a piping bag. I then drizzled the melted candy on mini peanut butter eggs in a crosshatch pattern. For a little sparkle, I sprinkled them with blue sugar crystals.

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Peanut butter eggs are a favorite of mine, so I thought this was a fun way to dress them up.

Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe ideas | Inspired by Charm

The Peeps marshmallow bunnies and chicks (which are available in a variety of colors) were ready to go out of the box.

My only recommendation: Cut them apart with a sharp knife. Pulling them apart can cause them to rip or become misshapen.

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With all of my individual desserts prepared, I simply added them, one by one onto a wood skewer. (You can find the wood skewers I used HERE.) Everything goes onto the skewers pretty easily. Just take your time with the chocolate covered treats to prevent cracking.

 

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And that’s it. Your Easter Dessert Kabobs are ready to enjoy and impress your guests.

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These do take some time to prepare and assemble, but I think the end result speaks for itself. To save time, you could prepare a few of the items (peanut butter eggs, cupcakes, and carrot cake truffles) a day or two in advance.

 Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe | Inspired by Charm

Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe | Inspired by Charm

I’ve included a recipe below to guide you through a few of the steps and to provide you with a grocery list if needed. You’ll have to do a bit of math depending on how many kabobs you make, but I hope the recipe assists you in the process.

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I hope you enjoy eating and making these fun Easter Dessert Kabobs as much I did. I was thrilled with how they turned out.

Want more Easter dessert ideas? Check out:

Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe | Inspired by Charm

Easter Dessert Kabobs - Spring / Easter rainbow dessert recipe | Inspired by Charm

Now you can enjoy all of the flavors of Easter that you love in one dessert.

Easter Dessert Kabobs:

Easter Dessert Kabobs

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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: easter, peeps, spring
Servings: 12
Prep Time 1 hr
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 1 hr

Ingredients

Egg Hunt Rice Krispies Treats:
  • Rice Krispies Treats
  • Green candy melts
  • Green wafer shred sprinkles
  • Jelly beans
Blue Crosshatched Peanut Butter Eggs:
  • Mini peanut butter eggs
  • Blue candy melts
  • Blue sugar crystals
You will also need:
  • Peeps pink marshmallow bunnies
  • Peeps yellow marshmallow chicks
  • Carrot cake truffles - recipe linked below
  • Mini coconut cupcakes - recipe linked below
  • Wood skewers

Instructions

To make the Egg Hunt Rice Krispies Treats:
  • In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the green candy melts by microwaving them at 30-second intervals, stirring after each, until melted. If using store-bought Rice Krispies Treats, cut them in half.
  • Dip the top half of the treat into the melted candy melts. Shake off any access. Top with three jelly beans then immediately sprinkle with green wafer shred sprinkles.
To make the Blue Crosshatched Peanut Butter Eggs:
  • In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the blue candy melts by microwaving them at 30-second intervals, stirring after each, until melted.
  • Add the melted blue candy melts to a piping bag. Cut a small tip off the bag and drizzle the melted candy on the mini peanut butter eggs in a crosshatch pattern. Immediately sprinkle with blue sugar crystals.
Carrot Cake Truffles: Find the full recipe linked in the notes below.
    The Ultimate Coconut Cupcakes: Find the full recipe linked in the notes below.
    • With all of your individual desserts ready or prepared, position them in color order onto a wood skewer.

    Notes

    Carrot Cake Truffles: Find the full recipe HERE.
    The Ultimate Coconut Cupcakes: Find the full recipe HERE.

    Nutrition Facts

    Calories: 576kcalCarbohydrates: 98gProtein: 6gFat: 19gSaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 8mgSodium: 386mgPotassium: 172mgFiber: 2gSugar: 75gVitamin A: 482IUVitamin C: 5mgCalcium: 98mgIron: 3mg
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    Comments

    • Julie Blanner at

      These are adorable! The Easter egg hunt krispy treats are so.stinking.cute. Love everything about these kabobs.

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        You are too kind, friend. Thank you so much for your sweet comment. 🙂

        xo Michael

    • patti @ pandoras' box at

      Cute idea…and I think i will make something like this for the Easter dinner table! BUT, where did you find this sale of skewer?

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        Thanks! I found mine at the grocery store, but you can also get them here: http://amzn.to/2mqiqOF

        xo Michael

    • Leah at

      These really are so fun Michael! An Easter party on every stick.

    • Ellen T at

      Love this idea. Since I’m not a fan of jelly beans, I would substitute Cadbury Eggs or Hershey Eggs for them. Can’t wait to try the carrot cake truffles too.

      I enjoy your blog, though this is my first time commenting.

    • Joan at

      These are fabulous ideas and recipes!!! They look yummy too!

    • Jen Pinkston at

      Easter has literally never looked so sweet and delicious! These are adorable!

    • Elle at

      So Springy!! And delicious!! I’m thinking about making these with the grands.

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        Thank you!!!

        xo Michael

    • JulieD at

      This is so genius…I can’t get over it!

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        Julie!!! Thank you, friend. 🙂 Miss you!

        xo Michael

    • Julia Sandvoss at

      These look adorable! And yummy! So cute that I am sharing on our page too!

    • Patricia at

      Michael, my thighs! Why do when you can overdo? How on earth do you stay so slim? That’s just sin on a stick… but may look into carrot cake truffles. Sigh. I have plenty of “will power”, it’s “won’t power” I’m lacking.

    • Terrell at

      This is beyond adorable! I’m so using this for my Easter table!! Thank you for ALL of your ideas!! LOVE THEM!

    • rhonda leach at

      …you are absolutely brilliant!!! 🙂

    • Julie at

      O.M.G how very creative and cute are these! Yes will make for giving to friends! You are the best!! THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        I love them too! Enjoy!!

        xo Michael

    • Gaelle at

      I am, unfortunately, quite sure that I cannot find all the necessary ingredients where I live in Alsace region (East of France – Europe) but the idea is great, I will do something as similar as I can with the local ingredients! Thank you so much for sharing your ideas.

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        That’s the great part about these – you can use the idea to create something special based on what’s available in your area or your personal favorite treats.

        Enjoy!!
        xo Michael

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