How to set up an easy treat table for entertaining at home this spring and Easter.

Disclosure: Baskin-Robbins' provided my family with a Spring Chick Cake and HERSHEY'S sent us an Easter basket filled with delicious candy and chocolate.

Surprise your kids with a special after school or spring break treat.

A simple idea for an Easter treat and dessert table

No baking required and no preparing fancy dishes. 

Although I do love preparing fancy tables with baked goods, sometimes it's nice to just sit back, relax, and enjoy a moment of indulgence surrounded by happy little ice cream cake covered faces.

The treats I put out for this table include:

  • Baskin-Robbins' Spring Chick Cake
  • JOLLY RANCHER Wildberry Jelly Beans
  • HERSHEY'S Cookies 'N' Creme Eggs
  • CADBURY Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny

Easter dessert table ideas

Table pieces (these were all items I already own):

  • You may remember when I painted the table, well I used for this Spring treat display.
  • Small silver buckets – $1 each at Target.
  • Paper flower garland – $2.08 (on clearance) at Pier 1 Imports.
  • Cake stand – is actually a candle stand I've had for years from Marshalls.
  • Green vase – $2 thrift store find filled with tulips from my grocery store.
  • Yellow and white checked napkins from Tuesday Morning.

If you are looking for more ideas this Easter, hop on the HERSHEY'S bunny trail and then head to Baskin-Robbins to pick up a Spring Chick Cake, which has hatched just in time for Easter.

 

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How to set up an easy Easter treat table for entertaining at home

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