40 Healthy Easter Desserts & Treats

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Healthy Easter Recipes- These Healthy Desserts are Gluten Free, Sugar Free and mainly low carb!

Easter is just around the corner – and you know what that means.

Yes, candy.  Chocolate.

And lots of it. I know – Easter means MUCH more than candy.

And we do all we can in our family to celebrate the real reason for Easter.

But having a little fun with food and making some healthy Easter recipes is usually part of our celebration.

When I was little, I loved those Cadbury Mini Eggs the most.

But my mom went all out to put together a huge (wayyyy too huge) Easter basket for me.

It had a large hollow bunny, and a pretty decent sized hollowed chocolate egg with pretty white chocolate designs on the outside, and it was filled with more chocolate eggs.

And that’s not all.

It was a little much :).

With my boys now, things have been pretty toned down.

When we were still eating sugar, I would make homemade rice krispie nests with peeps inside.

No more peeps on krispie treats for me, though.

It’s the low carb, gluten-free healthy desserts route for me now.

This year I’ve put together a roundup of fabulous sugar-free healthy Easter Recipes from some of my favorite bloggers, so that you can have some healthy recipes in your Easter basket this year.

I hope this helps you and your family have a little healthy food fun along with your Easter Celebration this year.

Low-Carb Substitutions:

To make these recipes low-carb, just use a low-carb sweetener like xylitol, stevia, or erythritol.  And if the recipe calls for chocolate chips, use a low-carb version or make these Homemade Chocolate Chips.

If the recipe calls for peanut butter, sub in another nut butter or seed butter.  And if it calls for cashews, those are fairly high in carbs so you might wish to sub in a different nut.

Other Special-Diet Friendly Special Occasion Recipes

To help you get through other holidays while on a special diet, here are some other assortments of recipes that I have pulled together for you:

Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Desserts
St. Patrick’s Day Snacks
Memorial Day Recipes
Super Bowl Recipes
30 Healthy Christmas Cookies
Gluten and Dairy-free Thanksgiving Recipes
Healthy Fourth of July Desserts

Healthy Easter Recipes- These Healthy Desserts are Gluten Free, Sugar Free and mainly low carb!

Healthy Easter Recipes

Chocolate-Covered Dairy-Free Cheesecake Easter Ovoids

Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Lollipops

Cadbury Creme Eggs

(Make vegan substitutions as needed.)

Cadbury Creme Eggs

Chocolate / Carob Coconut Nests

Sugar-Free Easter Nests

Naturally-Colored “Fun” Vegan Fudge

Naturally-Colored Easter Fudge

Yummy Gummy Candy

(just make these into fun bunny shapes – this bunny mold should work)

Homemade Gummies - keto, low carb, paleo, AIP, sugar free

 Lemon Lime Coconut Candy

Lemon Lime Coconut Candy

 Dark Chocolate Peanut Clusters

Grain-free Coffee Cake

This Crumb-topped Coffee Cake is so delicious you’ll want to make multiple batches for sure. Moist and rich–easily made vegan and low-carb.

keto coffee cake

Healthy Almond Butter Cups

(make these in bunny or egg molds)

paleo almond butter cups in a pile on dessert plate

Chocolate Avocado Truffles

Chocolate Avocado Truffles - paleo, keto, vegan, low carb, dairy free, THM, AIP

Bean Fudge

No one will guess that beans are the main ingredient in this rich and delicious chocolate fudge.

Healthy Bean Fudge - gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, vegan

Chocolate Crunch Balls

(like healthy Nestle Crunch Balls :)!)

Homemade Coconut Almond Candy Bars

Homemade Almond Joy

Gluten-free Lemon Bars

These Lemon Bars are the perfect light and refreshing treat.

Healthy Paleo Lemon Bars - Gluten-free Lemon Bars

Fantasy Fudge

sugar-free fantasy fudge

Dark Chocolate Andes Mints

Dairy-Free Andes Mints

Chocolate Mint Truffles – aka Frangos

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

This Chocolate Avocado Pudding is rich and delicious–you’ll never guess how healthy it is for you!

chocolate avocado mousse topped with whipped cream

Mock Peanut Butter Cups

Mock Peanut Butter Cups

No-Bake Coconut Delights

No Bake Coconut Cookies - keto, low carb, paleo, gluten free, AIP, THM

Chocolate Coconut Butter Cups

Keto Mounds Bars

homemade mound bars cut in half

Gluten-Free Kit Kat Bars

Gluten-Free Kit Kat Bars

5-Minute Dark Chocolate Crunch Bars

Homemade Marshmallows

Sugar-Free Marshmallows

Healthy Three Musketeer Bars

These are a little high glycemic due to the banana — but what a GREAT recipe!)

Chocolate Easter Bunnies

Healthy Dark Chocolate Bark

healthy dark chocolate bark

Homemade Marshmallow Peeps

Make these with a low-carb sweetener if needed.

White Chocolate Truffles

White Chocolate Truffles

Payday Candy Bar

Payday Candy Bars

All Natural “Nutterfingers” Candy Bars

Mandarin Chocolate Truffles

Mandarin Chocolate Truffles

Mounds Candy Bars

Chocolate Walnut Pomegranate Clusters

Coconut Milk Panna Cotta

This Dairy-free Panna Cotta looks so fancy, but it’s incredibly easy and delicious too, with 2 variations.

panna cotta in dessert cups

Easter Basket Cupcakes

Bunny Tail Energy Bites

Bunny Tail Energy Bites

Fruit Cup Easter Chicks

A super quick no-bake treat.

Vegan Dirt Cups

Healthier Dirt Cups

Topping option:

Coconut Whipped Cream


What is your favorite Healthy Easter Recipe?

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  1. Just love this round up Adrienne! I have had many of these recipes so can attest to their deliciousness! Thanks for including me!

  2. What a beautiful roundup of healthy treats for Easter! Thanks so much for including me. Happy Easter!

  3. Wow, this is quite a roundup you put together, Adrienne! I saw Maria’s cadbury eggs about a week ago and was eyeing them…one of my old favs too. 🙂 Thanks for including my Andes mints! I hope you enjoy your weekend.

  4. I too am getting more pop-ups and find it particularly ironic that all those healthy treats come with McDonald’s ads attached.

    1. Lorrie – I removed the popup – what are you seeing? There’s a new one but it’s different and you still should be able to close it out. Could you tell me please? Are you able to close it out? The ads are a tough thing. As a blogger, it costs a bunch to run a blog and I need to make it up somehow. I have tried to work with companies with “only healthy ads” but there really is only 1 I have heard of and they aren’t an option from what I heard recently. I draw the line at scantily clad women and try to catch them all and block them. Thanks!

      1. I am trying to send a screen shot but I’ll have to send it in an email…it won’t let me attach it to this reply. I am able to close them out (they show up on each picture in the post. A bit annoying but as I said, more than a little ironic 🙂

        1. Got it – it is odd. I will see what I can do. It’s all a balance – this blogging. Hard to keep on top of everything too :).

  5. Sorry to report this, I could simply not read your last two posts at all on my iPad, so many pop ups and in particular the one for a free cookbook that could not be clicked away. Had to switch to my desktop. I have no problems with other blogs. Now that I have read this one on my desktop, lots of good ideas.

    1. Oh no. What a mess. I’ve been trying to get a good pop up but that is a mess. I’ll fix it – thanks.

  6. I’m with you on the Cadbury Mini Eggs. They were the highlight of my Easter Basket as a child. I’m still tempted to eat them now, even though I know they’re trash.

    1. I’m tempted too, Julie! It’s hard every time I see a bag. One reason it’s good not to go to grocery stores too often :).