This bunny cake is the bee’s knees–literally. This adorable and super-sweet Easter cake is made using rich, honey-infused The Bee’s Knees peanut butter!
Everyone will hop to attention when they see how you’ve dressed up a retro Easter cake with the addition of peanut butter. The light honey-kissed flavor of The Bee’s Knees gives the cake a crave-worthy peanut buttery flavor, which works beautifully with the luscious buttercream frosting and generous smattering of coconut on top. Finished off with Easter candy decorations, this is certainly a sweet treat that is bound to put a spring in your step.

This creamy buttermilk and mayonnaise ranch dressing gets a kick of spice from The Heat Is On peanut butter. Since the peanut butter is already loaded with different fiery spices you get all the flavor without adding a lot of ingredients. This flavorful dressing is perfect drizzled over a simple iceberg wedge salad with tomatoes.

This peanut butter carrot ginger dressing gets a hint of sweetness from The Bee’s Knees peanut butter that balances well with the zest of the ginger. Served on a bed of mixed greens with crunchy sliced red onion and creamy avocado you get a salad with lots of texture and taste.

Growing up, no-bake chocolate cookies were a staple in my house. I loved them because they were fast, easy, and required little precision. It was the first recipe I learned to master.

These little cookies are a take on our family recipe, with the variation of shaping them into nests and filling them with egg-shaped candy for Easter. I also added some crunchy chow mein noodles, which do a great job resembling twigs. It may sound like an odd addition but they have virtually no flavor of their own, and the little crunch they give the cookies is an extra bonus.

No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Nests