• That looks like a blast to make, not to mention eat! 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, They really were on both levels… LOL

  • I love spring, too … I’ve got to get in the kitchen and make something 🙂

    • Aw, you must. It’s really fun for you the kids and any friends you have over. 🙂

  • Julie

    OK, that’s it. I’m making these today. 😀

    • Hi Julie, How cool. Come back and let know about your experience. 😀

  • So pretty! I’m sure your family will love them.

    • Hi Leora, Thanks and they certainly didn’t last very long… LOL.

  • They look wonderful! Some really cute cookies for Easter!

    • Hi Catarina, They were just so much to make too. 🙂

  • Morgan Decker

    These are so cute, the perfect easter treat! I always have a hard time frosting cookies so the final product is never very cute, so I’m a huge fan of how you used the coconut to cover it! It’s the perfect disguise for my lack of frosting technique!

    • Hi Morgan, Thanks, These are the perfect kind of cookies for the frosting challenged among us… LOL. 🙂

  • Pat Ruppel

    Wonderful Susan 🙂 I can’t believe how creative you are!

    • Hi Pat, You are so kind. I just have fun. The best part is these are super easy to make. Give them a try?

  • Mary Slagel

    You never fail to share the most adorable cooking recipes and ideas! I love it. Too bad I’m not a big fan of coconut but I’m sure I could find a way around it. Too cute! Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Mary, Thanks and there are other things you could use instead of the coconut that would be just as fun. You could color the icing green and put the eggs in the middle. You could also use green colored sprinkle. Have fun with it in any case. 🙂

  • Merle

    Thanks Susan, another recipe to add to my folder !!

  • Susan Oakes

    They look very cute Susan and easy to make. Thanks as always for the recipe

  • Too cool and cute as well 😉

  • Susan — another winning post with delicious looking cookies. So sweet.

    • Thanks Jeannette, Your cheesecake recipe is still my very favorite. 🙂

      • Susan — that makes me very happy considering that you post so many wonderful recipes!

        • Aw, everyone I shared it with when testing it wanted the recipe right off. It was that good. Here’s the thing, I don’t post recipes I don’t like. They have to be really, really good. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    Those be cute.

  • Oh they look so yummy………….

  • trinidad_pena

    These are so cute! And they look so tasty! Can’t wait to try them.

    • Hi Trinidad, They are cute. I’ll give you that but the taste is even better. Have fun with these and let me know how they turned out. 🙂

  • Karen Koblan

    I love these!! So cute! These are perfect for the Easter dessert table. You have such great recipes!

    • Thanks Karen, I hope you have an occasion to make them. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Paul Masterson

    These remind me of when I was a wee bit younger spending some chill out time in the kitchen… Thanks for sharing

    • Hi Paul, I am so glad I was able to do that for you with this recipe. 🙂

  • Kathy Moody

    Oh, I love these! I just pinned from Pintastic Tuesday! So happy to find your awesome blog. New follower. 🙂

    Kathy
    http://www.lifeonlakeshoredrive.com

    • Hi Katy, Welcome and I am SOOO happy you like this and my blog. I can’t wait to share more with you. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    These are super cute!! If I had time I would so make them 🙂

    • Hi Krystle, I know you would have so much fun making too. 🙂

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  • These look like so much fun to make and to eat!

  • Adorable Susan. You’ve really got the holidays down with your recipes. Happy Easter:-)

  • These are so cute, Susan. I love Easter desserts. I will be making cookies and cakes this weekend for our Easter celebration.

  • They look good enough to eat

  • There is a Chinese dish called bird’s nest which is made from bird saliva. It is rare and expensive. I’d opt for your bird’s nest instead.

  • Susan — When I first scrolled down and saw the cookies, I thought “Shredded lettuce on cookies!” Then I discovered it was actually green coconut, a first for me. As always, your recipes taste good and look good. Happy Easter!

  • Susan, these are such cute and happy cookies! I would love to see them on my Easter dinner table. I will share the post so that more people can enjoy those delightful images, and hopefully, make the cookies. 🙂 Happy Easter to you and all.

  • Rose Mary Griffith

    What fun! Sharing this with my niece-in-law. I think the little ones would have a blast making these with their mom.

  • Happy Easter Susan! Thanks for sharing these cheery little delights.

  • You’re right about baking cookies from scratch. I was just making some the other day, wondering why anyone would by a box mix. These are just adorable! So perfect for Easter!