Bring elegance, color, and decadence to this year's Easter dessert table with one of these gems. Topped with bunny ears, mini eggs, or edible flowers, these sweet treats are sure to have everyone asking for a second slice.
Give this pistachio bundt cake some zing with fresh lemon zest. Oh, and don't even get us started about the warm lemon glaze.
What you'll need: bundt pan ($13, )
A creamy coconut cake cake, complete with cream cheese frosting, makes the perfect meal cap.
We nominate Robin's egg blue as the official color of Easter.
If there's chocolate involved, we're in. Double chocolate? Watch out.
Add whimsy to your Easter table with this citrus cake, complete with orange zest as a garnish.
This chocolate ganache cake, fit for springtime soirées, is a fine example of when food and art intertwine.
What's Easter brunch without a bundt? While simple on the outside, this cake is complex mixture of lemon, lime, and orange flavors.
Speckled and sweet, this cake is proof that it's what's on the inside that counts — and here, that means gooey strawberry filling.
What you'll need: piping bag ($11, )
Cream cheese frosting sweetens up the tangy lemon and blueberry flavors of this cake.
You didn't think we'd get through an entire cake gallery without one naked cake, did you?
Chocolate, fresh berries and powdered sugar bring this meringue masterpiece to life.
We haven't seen an icing prettier than this purple lavender-infused buttercream, enhanced with sweet nectar honey crystals.
Come Easter, strawberry season is in full swing — which means this berry-centric cake will be extra delicious.
After you're finished decorating this cake with four circles of mini eggs, it'll be hard to actually eat it — it's that picturesque.
Food dye gives this ombré piece its gradient effect.
What you'll need: food dye ($6, )
This sweet and simple bunny cake will be a hit with the kids — honestly, this recipe is so easy, the kids could even make this cake.
Nestled with blush pink chocolate eggs, this circular nest cake gets its texture from toasted coconut chips.
We think dessert is a gift — which is why we've tied up this classic Easter cake with "carrot" ribbons.
Embrace the neon versions of Easter's classic pastels with this layer cake recipe.
Nothing heralds in spring quite like a cake in the shape of a favorite flower.