Looking to mix things up this Easter weekend? While many families with young kids will have an Easter egg hunt or other bunny-related festivities, we’ve rounded up some delicious and easy cookie recipes to make with your children. So, forget about the mess of dying hard-boiled eggs. Break out some simple ingredients and tools to make this Easter your yummiest one yet.

Easter Cookie Cups

Not the best baker? Betty Crocker's got you covered. Turn a regular pouch of Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix into a fluffy cookie cup using a mini muffin pan. If you don’t want your kids getting messy with the batter, let them decorate the baked cookie cups using icing and Easter candy. Find the recipe HERE.

Easter Oreo Bark

Lil’ Luna has an easy recipe to transform Oreo cookies into delicious white chocolate bark. The kids will have fun topping this sweet treat with sprinkles, crushed Oreos and other Easter chocolate.

Easter Cookie Cake

If you love candy and chocolate chip cookies, then you won’t want to miss That Skinny Chick Can Bake blog. With as little as 15 minutes prep time, you can create a giant cookie cake from scratch.

Eggless Chocolate Chip Cookies

If eggs aren’t an option, then Rachna’s Kitchen has an alternative eggless chocolate chip cookie perfect for Easter. Of course, this will require a little extra work as this recipe is to make a cookie from scratch. Check out the recipe HERE.

Vegan Raw Chocolate Easter Eggs

Vegans can enjoy Easter thanks to this recipe from Amelia Phillips. Ingredients include raw cacao butter, extra virgin coconut butter, raw cacao powder and agave, This treat is not only dairy-free, but gluten- and sugar-free, too.

No-Bake Easter Cookies

If your little ones (or you) don’t have the patience to cook, then check out this recipe from Writtenreality.com. No oven is needed, and it takes only a couple of minutes to whip up. Ingredients include uncooked oats, baking cocoa, sugar, butter, low-fat milk and chocolate egg candies.

Homemade Cadbury Eggs

For the more experienced baker, try this homemade Cadbury Eggs recipe from Cincyshopper.com. There are a lot of steps and ingredients you might not have in the cupboard, so double check before diving into this project. The website also has a Cadbury Egg Brownie recipe if you’re feeling extra ambitious.

Do you have an Easter cookie favorite? Share in the comments section.