19 Unique Carrot Desserts Perfect for Easter

What’s sweet, healthy, and versatile enough to be drunk or eaten? Carrots! Full of beta-carotene and vitamin A, these nutrient-packed wonders are the perfect ingredient for your Easter desserts.

To help you set up your brunch menu, we’ve compiled a bunch of carroty recipes that will make this veggie the rock star of your table. There’s nothing here that screams rabbit food and your sweet tooth will appreciate these treats!

  1. Carrot Pecan Pie

    A yummy take on classic pecan pie, this dessert is great for a celebration any time of year! Get the recipe at Kristin Kitchen.

  2. Carrot Cake

    This from-scratch carrot cake recipe is anything but basic and your guests won’t be disappointed. Try not to fill up on cream cheese frosting!

  3. Carrot Banana Bread

    Can you smell the warm bananas and carrots by looking at this? Indulge in this goodness from Averie Cooks for breakfast, brunch, or any time of day!

  4. Carrot Cake Cheesecake

    Everything with this picture is right. Cheesecake + carrot cake? Hopefully, you won’t have to break up any fights over this tasty dessert. While you’re at Cooking Classy for the details, you can also check out their carrot cookie recipe.

  5. Vegan Carrot Cake Donuts With a Twist

    Two favorites rolled up into one shot of yum but with a kick: chocolate chips! Oh, thank you Sipping on Soy for this winner.

  6. Carrot Whoopie Pies

    With a cakey outside and sweet creamy filling, these whoopie pies deserve a seat at your table – or a special space in your lunch bag.

  7. Carrot-Orange Ice Pops

    Looking for something cold? Try these pretty popsicles from Eat Well 101. Your kids will love ’em!

  8. Carrot Pudding Pies

    Go small with these darling pudding pies from Freutcake. Finish these off with your favorite whipped topping before serving them up.

  9. Gajar Halwa

    This sweet Indian carrot pudding from Cook with Manali is made with evaporated or condensed milk and features spices like cinnamon and cardamom. Rock your taste buds!

  10. Carrot Monkey Bread

    If you thought monkey bread was good on its own, try it with a punch of carrot. You can’t go wrong with this recipe by Something Swanky.

  11. Carrot-Orange Sherbet

    Fall in love with the color and taste of this cool take on a frozen dessert. Pair your carrot with regular oranges, blood oranges, or mango to turn up the flavor! Follow the directions with Turnip the Oven.

  12. Carrot Pineapple Muffins

    Don’t be fooled by these muffins because they’re worthy of being more than a quick breakfast. Your taste buds will love the carrot-pineapple combo in this snack. Yay for Food is bringing it!

  13. Carrot Cake Cookies

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    No list would be complete without a carrot cake cookie, so file this under “Dang, that’s good!”

  14. Carrot Cinnamon Rolls

    If you’re not already hungry from scrolling through this list, you should be now by looking at these. Drool over the recipe at Katiebird Bakes.

  15. Carrot Fudge

    Carrots are sweet enough by themselves, but they get really rich when mixed with white chocolate. Yeah, white chocolate-carrot fudge. Find the skills to make this over at Wine and Glue.

  16. Carrot Cake Scones

    If you’re a fan of scones, you’ll love these tasty carrot cake ones drizzled with a maple-cream cheese glaze. Bookmark it at A Beautiful Plate.

  17. Gluten-Free Cakey Carrot Macarons

    Gluten-free, petite, and delicious, these macarons will get the party started. Get the deets at Tartelette Blog.

  18. Microwave Mug Cake

    Want a quick carrot cake fix? Whip up this microwave version that can be cooked in a bowl or mug! Hungry Little Girl will show you how it’s done.

  19. Carrot Cake Brownies

    In case you weren’t aware, chocolate and carrot make a fine match when baked in brownie form. Don’t take our word for it, get to baking with this recipe from Oatmeal with a Fork.

 

Are you a fan of carrots? What’s your favorite carrot dessert? Which of these recipes do you want to try?