Delicious Easter Treats You Can Enjoy With Your Teen

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Easter Fun with Teens

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Rather than handing your teen a pile of Easter candy, why not work together on creating some fun treats together? Working together on a project - whether it involves making a wreath made from chocolates or a bunny-shaped cake - can be a great way to spend quality time together.

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Edible Arrangements Easter Bunny Celebration

If you're looking for a healthier alternative for Easter, try fruit.
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If you're looking for a healthier alternative for your teen--and you aren't a big fan of baking--try the Easter Bunny Celebration from Edible Arrangements. With gourmet semisweet chocolate dipped pineapple bunnies, fresh strawberries, cantaloupe, grapes, and honeydew, this is the ultimate Easter basket. Order online and get it delivered straight to your door in time for Easter.

Disclosure: Review samples were provided by the manufacturer.

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Peanut Butter Bunnycakes Recipe

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These delicious peanut butter cupcakes are fun to decorate and delicious to eat! The bunny heads are made from REESE's Peanut Butter Eggs and the ears are made with marshmallows. A little icing holds everything together and some colored coconut adds a festive touch. Get the complete recipe from Hersheys.com.

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Hershey's Kisses Springtime Thumbprint Cookies Recipe

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Traditional thumbprint cookies can be turned into a springtime treat with some food coloring and decorating sugars. Add some icing and Vanilla Creme Hershey's Kisses on top, you'll have a beautiful Easter dessert. Check out the complete recipe on Hersheys.com.

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Giant Easter Egg Cookie

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Decorating this giant Easter egg cookie is half the fun - the other half of course is eating it! If your teen isn't overly fond of chocolate eggs, this cookie can be a great alternative. Decorate it with candy toppings of your choices. For a complete recipe check out FoodNetwork.com

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Easter Bunny Cake

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A little creativity turns an ordinary boxed cake mix into an adorable Easter bunny. With biscotti ears, licorice whiskers, and jelly bean eyes, this cute little bunny is fun to decorate. Flaked coconut adds the finishing touch to this delicious dessert. Check out the complete recipe on FoodNetwork.com.

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Hershey's Foil Egg Wreath Craft

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Hershey's chocolate eggs don't just have to be for eating - they can also be for decorating! Glue foil-wrapped chocolates to a foam wreath and add some ribbon and you'll have a beautiful Easter wreath. They're easy enough for kids to make and pretty enough to hang on the wall. Find the complete instructions on the Hershey's website.

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Hummingbird Cupcakes

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Whether you're looking to create a dessert for a group of teens, or you want to make a special Easter dessert, these hummingbird cupcakes are an elegant spring treat. Made with pecans, banana, and pineapple, these cupcakes are sure to please a hungry crowd. Check out Food Network.com for the complete recipe.

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Lemon Macaroon Chicks

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These cute macaroons in the shape of chicks are a lot of fun to make. Chocolate chips, jelly beans, and a little creativity are all you need to turn these macaroons into a festive Easter dessert. Check out the complete recipe on Food Network.com

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Raspberry-Lemon Easter Cake

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If you're ambitious, you can make this entire cake - and the cookies - from scratch. If you're a little short on time, simply use store-bought sugar cookies to add an Easter touch. The cake is filled with raspberry jam, which makes this cake especially delicious! For the complete instructions on how to make this cake, check out the recipe on Food Network.com.

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Reese's Miniatures Easter Baskets Craft

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These Reese's miniatures Easter baskets make adorable little treats. Coconut flakes dyed green serve as the grass, Twizzlers serve as the basket handle, and jelly beans look like miniature Easter eggs. The baskets are made from Reese's foil wrappers. For complete instructions on how to make these treats, check out the Hershey's website.

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