Easter is on April 20, and for all of you sugar-loving chocolate fanatics, dessert is clearly the best part of the weekend.

Although Easter may not be known for candies and all that good sweet stuff like Valentine's Day, it does have its fair share of chocolate and carrot creations — which we would eat any time of the year.

In the recipes below, we've included everything from classic carrot cake cookie frosting sandwiches to fun takes on how to bake with Cadbury Creme Eggs. So whether if you're a pro or a first-time baker, there's something sweet (and even healthy) for everyone.

What's your favourite Easter dessert recipe? Let us know in the comments below:

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  • Carrot Cake Cookies

    We can't think of anything sweeter than these carrot cake cookies made into frosting sandwiches. <a href="http://www.cookinglight.com/entertaining/holidays-occasions/carrot-cake-cookies-00412000087313/" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Cooking Light here. </a>

  • Lemon Bars

    Lemon bars make a good bite-sized treat the whole family can enjoy. These bars take about 20 minutes to bake. <a href="http://www.melskitchencafe.com/perfect-lemon-bars/" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Mel's Kitchen Cafe here. </a>

  • Cadbury Egg Doughnuts

    So if you love doughnuts and you love Cadbury Creme Eggs... why not have them both at once? <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/03/cadbury-egg-doughnuts_n_1399875.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe here. </a>

  • Cadbury Mini Egg Cheesecake Bars

    This recipe includes a cheesecake base topped with everyone's second favourite Easter chocolate (the first one is in the previous slide). <a href="http://butrcreamblondi.blogspot.com/2012/03/cadbury-mini-egg-cheesecake-bars.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Buttercream Blondie here. </a>

  • Carrot Muffins

    These gluten-free tiny muffins are made with coconut flour and syrup. <a href="http://www.elanaspantry.com/carrot-muffins-with-coconut-flour/" target="_blank">Get the recipe for Elana's Pantry here. </a>

  • Cut-Out Cookies

    The best thing about simple cut-out sugar cookies is you can make them into anything — from sheep, to eggs to crosses. <a href="http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2014/04/easter-cookies/" target="_blank">Get the recipe from The Pioneer Woman here. </a>

  • Mother Hen and Chicks Dessert

    Using coconut flakes and vanilla frosting, this adorable hen and chick creation looks way too good to eat. <a href="http://www.bhg.com/holidays/easter/recipes/fun-to-make-easter-treats/#page=1" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Better Homes And Gardens here.</a>

  • Creme Egg Brownies

    Again, using Cadbury Creme Eggs, this time, bake them right into your brownie batter. <a href="http://www.nottinghampost.com/Easter-2014-Delicious-Creme-Egg-brownie-recipe/story-20891967-detail/story.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from The Nottingham Post here. </a>

  • Easter Cake Pops

    These may look a little complicated. but take less than an hour to pull together. <a href="http://www.ninerbakes.com/2013/03/18/how-eggcelent-simple-easter-egg-cake-pops/" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Niner Bakes here. </a>

  • Chocolate Pretzel Ring

    Here's a recipe even your kids can help you with. Just don't let them eat all that chocolate at once. <a href="http://www.kitchendaily.com/recipe/chocolate-pretzel-rings?wwu=9" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Taste of Home here. </a>

  • Surprise-Inside Dotty Cake

    Make a boring pound cake a lot more festive with this surprise dotting idea. <a href="http://www.inkatrinaskitchen.com/2014/03/surprise-inside-dotty-cake.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Katrina's Kitchen here. </a>

  • Easter Bunny Cupcakes

    To get a lot more creative this Easter, try making these bunny cupcakes with coconut and sprinkles. <a href="http://spoonful.com/recipes/easter-bunny-cupcakes" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Spoonful here. </a>

  • Whole Wheat Raspberry Bar Recipe

    There's nothing really specifically Easter about these bars, but they do make a great alternative for someone who wants to cut down on sugar. <a href="http://www.sheknows.com/food-and-recipes/articles/953475/3-healthy-easter-desserts" target="_blank">Get the recipe from SheKnows here. </a>

  • <strong>NEXT: Easter foods we <em>actually</em> want to eat</strong>

  • Creme Eggs

    Cadbury Creme Eggs aren't part of any healthy and nutritional diets, but really, they should be.

  • Mini Eggs

    If creme eggs aren't your fancy, try colourful mini eggs instead.

  • Easter Ham

    Easter ham hits the spot during weekend brunches and dinners. When it comes to getting our meat fix, we want it glazed.

  • Pancakes. Pancakes.

    Have several pancakes and don't know what do with them? Stack them and make a cake out of it — you'll thank us later.

  • Crepes

    Crepes are basically the fancy French cousin of the pancake. We suggest going all out with chocolate syrup and ice cream for breakfast.

  • Mimosas

    Cheers! To start your weekend and your Easter brunch, grab a few glasses of mimosas.

  • Fresh Fruit

    We do like some of the healthy stuff. For Easter brunch, prepare a plate of fresh fruits and maybe — just maybe — even vegetables.

  • Easter Lamb

    A rack of lamb is delicious on any given night. Since it's an Easter favourite, we'll take some more, please!

  • Carrot Cake

    Easter... bunnies... carrots? Yes. It all makes perfect sense.

  • Deviled Eggs

    We're sick and tired of boring 'ol deviled eggs. Try something fun this year by adding a few slices of ham (glazed, duh) and some spicy hot sauces.

  • Hot Cross Buns

    Another Easter tradition, these buns are filling and absolutely delicious.

  • Everything Made From Potatoes

    Fried. Baked. Grilled. Mashed. Potatoes are a favourite any time of the day and for Easter, we want to eat them every single way.

  • Salmon For Breakfast

    Salmon is also a popular dish for Easter. For breakfast, try it with eggs or on cream cheese and a bagel.

  • Salmon For Dinner

    For something a lot healthier and hearty, try a salmon dinner with veggies and rice.

  • Peeps

    You may remember how sweet Peeps were when you were a kid. If you haven't had any of these marshmallow birds in the last 10 years, don't be shy to eat two (or eight) this time around.

  • <strong>NEXT: Tasty recipes ideas for Easter dinner</strong>

  • Easter Ham

    Taking the more traditional Easter dinner route, this ham is topped with golden breadcrumbs and Madeira sauce. <a href="http://www.southernliving.com/food/holidays-occasions/10-traditional-easter-dinner-recipes-00417000072280/page2.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Epicurious here. </a>

  • Easter Bread Dip

    The perfect appetizer even your kids will eat (read: finish). <a href="http://maluukkonen.blogspot.ca/search?updated-max=2010-04-11T07:44:00-07:00&max-results=7" target="_blank">Get the recipe from The Little Green Bean here.</a>

  • Easter Egg Bread

    It may not be the most traditional type of bread to serve at Easter dinner, but this festive-looking sweet bread tastes amazing with smoked ham. <a href="http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/easter-egg-bread" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Taste of Home here. </a>

  • Citrus-Roasted Tofu

    A great vegan dinner option from the Veg Kitchen, this recipe is made with orange marmalade and tofu. <a href="http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/citrus-roasted-tofu/" target="_blank">Get the recipe here. </a>

  • Easter Lamb

    This Easter lamb is brushed with mashed-up garlicky mint. Get the <a href="http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/lamb-recipes/easter-lamb" target="_blank">recipe from Jamie Oliver here. </a>

  • Asparagus-Stuffed Chicken Rolls

    Served as either an appetizer or a main dish, this chicken recipe is made with provolone cheese and Dijon mustard. <a href="http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/asparagus-stuffed-chicken-rolls" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Taste of Home here. </a>

  • Pork Tenderloin

    Another festive entree item for your family dinner, this recipe includes fresh herbs and spices. <a href="http://inhonorofdesign.blogspot.ca/2013/03/easter-dinner-series-spice-rubbed-pork.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from In Honour Of Design here. </a>

  • Roasted Vegetables

    A great option for a side dish, roasted veggies can also help fill up the vegans and vegetarians at the table. <a href="http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Lemon-Herb-Roasted-Vegetables" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Saveur here. </a>

  • Curry Mashed Potatoes

    Also known as aloo puttu, this Indian version of mashed potatoes might make an interesting side dish this year. <a href="http://cooksjoy.com/blog/2013/09/potato-puttu-mashed-potato-curry.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Cooks Joy here. </a>

  • Creamy Spring Peas With Pancetta

    This side dish recipe combines the use of pancetta pieces and two types of peas. <a href="http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/creamy-spring-peas-with-pancetta-recipe.html#lightbox-recipe-image" target="_blank">Get the recipe from The Food Network here. </a>

  • Easter Deviled Eggs

    Sure, you can go with regular deviled eggs ... or you could get creative and add some food dye. <a href="http://www.foodjimoto.com/2011/04/easter-eggs.html" target="_blank">Get the full recipe from FOODjimoto here. </a>

  • Cadbury Mini Egg Cookies

    There's just something deeply satisfying about taking our favourite Easter-themed candy and making it into a cookie. <a href="http://www.claudiascookbook.com/2012/03/13/cadbury-mini-egg-cookies/" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Claudia's Cookbook here. </a>

  • Vegan Carrot-Walnut Muffins

    Easter ... rabbits ... carrots ... get it? In all seriousness, these vegan carrot-walnut muffins make a healthier finale to your big Easter dinner. <a href="http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/carrot-walnut-muffins-with-maple-cream-cheese-frosting/" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Veg Kitchen here. </a>

  • Carrot Crescents

    What a fun brunch idea! Take Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and load them up with different fillings for kid-friendly (or everyone-friendly) snacks. <a href="http://www.hungryhappenings.com/2011/04/fun-idea-for-easter-brunch-carrot.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Hungry Happenings here. </a>

  • BBQ Ham And Pineapple Pizza

    Your traditional grandparents may not appreciate the idea of serving pizza during Easter dinner, but it could be a tasty way to get out of cooking a pineapple ham. <a href="http://www.thecomfortofcooking.com/2013/03/bbq-ham-and-pineapple-pizza.html" target="_blank">Get the recipe from Comfort of Cooking here. </a>

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