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Easter Desserts

From almond cheesecake bars to triple layer chocolate cake, tortes, and crumbles, try one of these crowd-pleasing Easter desserts.

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Mixes make this light cake easy, and a Bundt pan gets it holiday party-ready. Go for the pistachios on top—the extra crunch is worth it. —Dina Crowell, Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Cheesecake with Berries

Cheesecake with Berries

Cheesecake with Berries

Cheesecake with Berries offers a grand finale that will bring rave reviews. It’s so rich and tasty, you’ll have a hard time believing it’s light. “This creamy cheesecake is ideal for any special occasion,” writes Julie Kocur from Abingdon, Maryland. We’re sure you’ll agree!

Chiffon Nut Cake

Chiffon Nut Cake

Chiffon Nut Cake

Chop hickory nuts to add rich taste and a subtle crunch to every slice. If you can't find hickory nuts, use pecans instead.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Cran-Orange Coconut Cake

Cran-Orange Coconut Cake

Cran-Orange Coconut Cake

I am sharing this popular dessert as part of my Easter menu, but it's a recipe I use throughout the year. The bundt cake serves a group and is always well received at parties and potlucks.
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Moist Lemon Meringue Cake

Moist Lemon Meringue Cake

Moist Lemon Meringue Cake

After my husband was diagnosed with high cholesterol, I started looking for light recipes. With its fresh berries and meringue topping, this sponge cake quickly became a favorite.—Suzanne Premo of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Lemon Curd Chiffon Pie

Lemon Curd Chiffon Pie

Lemon Curd Chiffon Pie

This pie is a showstopper. It's very refreshing and tart. I get frequent requests from my gang to make it. Normally I am a chocolate lover, but this pie makes me forget about chocolate. —Callie Palen-Lowrie, Louisville, Colorado

Orange Dream Angel Food Cake

Orange Dream Angel Food Cake

Orange Dream Angel Food Cake

A basic angel food cake becomes a heavenly indulgence thanks to a hint of orange flavor swirled into every bite. The orange color makes slices of the cake look so pretty when arranged on individual dessert plates.—Lauren Osborne, Holtwood, Pennsylvania

Grapefruit Meringue Pie

Grapefruit Meringue Pie

Grapefruit Meringue Pie

There's a grapefruit tree in our backyard, so I like to use fresh grapefruit juice when I make this pie. I just love the unique citrus flavor of this dessert.

Frozen Grasshopper Pie

Frozen Grasshopper Pie

Frozen Grasshopper Pie

When I first started experimenting with cream pies, this seemed like the right recipe to create for a house of chocolate lovers. I guessed right. This is more of an adult New Year's Eve pie, but some have made it for Christmas dessert—served after the kids have gone to bed! —Lorraine Caland, Shuniah, Ontario

Buttermilk Lemon Meringue Pie

Buttermilk Lemon Meringue Pie

Buttermilk Lemon Meringue Pie

For lemon lovers everywhere, this wonderful pie with a little tang beats lemon meringue every time, no contest. The compliments roll whenever I serve it. —Ellen Riley, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Susie's Dark Chocolate-Coconut Pie

Susie's Dark Chocolate-Coconut Pie

Susie's Dark Chocolate-Coconut Pie

If you love chocolate and coconut, this pie’s for you. Surprisingly easy to make, the only difficult part is waiting for it to cool in the fridge.—Susan Graverson, Oneida, New York

Lemon Chess Pie with Berry Sauce

Lemon Chess Pie with Berry Sauce

Lemon Chess Pie with Berry Sauce

This is one of those old-fashioned Southern desserts that makes everyone feel good. The easy-as-pie berry sauce gives it color and a tantalizing tang. —April Heaton, Branson, Missouri
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