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Chocolate. Jelly beans. Marshmallow peeps. These are just some of the traditional sweets associated with Easter. And of course, cookies. While baking Easter cookies is certainly fun, maybe you just have too much to do this year, or too many gift recipients to think about. What’s more, baking can be so messy! So let us do the work for you. Check out our selection of Easter cookies, which will have you hopping with joy.

As always, you can create your own custom cookies, or you can choose a pre-assembled Easter cookie basket or bouquet. Our Easter cookie gifts range from a selection of our original smiley face cookies to gift baskets featuring bunny-shaped Smiley cookies and decadent Smiley bunny milk chocolates. For those with an extreme sweet tooth, we even have a cookie gift bouquet option that includes—you guessed it—jelly beans and peeps.

Easter Gift Basket of Treats

Our Deluxe Easter Basket Features everyone's favorite Easter Treats - Peeps, Jelly Beans, Chocolate Bunnies and, of course, Smiley Cookies!

 

Fill your kids’ Easter baskets with a few bunny-shaped Smiley cookies, or have a gift basket shipped across the miles to someone you’re thinking about this Easter. Our cookies are so cute and our sweets are so irresistible that you just might end up buying a treat or two for yourself.

 

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Our Easter Bunny Smiley Cookies guarantee that you have a Hoppy Easter!

 

Our fun gift ideas and quick shipping options are sure to make your Easter gift giving that much easier. Contact us today to get started.

 

Earlier this week, the Smileycookie.com team and some very talented people gathered in a Southside studio to shoot the photo images for our new Spring and Summer cookie designs.

If you look close, you can see the brand new Easter, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Smileys that we will be debuting in the upcoming months.

Despite hailstorms and tornado warnings, Tom G. and his awesome team were able to get some amazing shots of me being my usual beautiful Smiley self, that you will all be seeing very soon!

Here, photographer extraordinaire, Tom Gigliotti, gets me ready for my closeup.

Peg shows off some of our new Star Cookie designs on the way to the studio.

Peg is prepping some of our new Mother's Day Smileys for some time in front of the lens. Check out the wicked hailstorm raging in the window behind her!

Although I'm naturally Smiley and beautiful, occasionally I need some help. Here Sam is doing some retouches on my latest photos to make sure that I'll look my best on smileycookie.com.

Stay posted for the new designs at this blog or by following me on twitter or friending me on Facebook.

When you think about Easter, you likely think about Easter Eggs. But we have news for you, our cookie-loving friends. Easter Cookies are just as much a tradition around the world as eggs are. There are hundreds, maybe thousands of ethnic traditions involving baking around Easter, but we’re going to focus on some of the more well-known traditions concerning cookies.

Greek and Italian Easter Cookies

Easter Cookies

Koulourakia: Greek Easter Cookies

Cookies and sweetbreads are a staple around Easter time in many Mediterranean countries. In Greece, the traditional Easter cookie is Koulourakia. It’s a butter-based braided cookie with a hint of vanilla.

Italian Easter Cookies

Italian Easter Cookies

The Italians have a citrus flavored cookie made in a similar way. These cookies go by a variety of names: Knot Cookies, Lemon Knots, Anginetti and Taralucci are just a few. They’re tasty, crumbly Easter cookies frosted lightly, and sprinkled with multicolored confetti.

 

Nordic Easter Cookies

Swedish Easter Cookies

Semla: Swedish Easter Cookies

Semla are not precisely cookies. They get their name from the type of flower from which they are made: semolina. Versions of this delicious pastry filled with almond paste are served from Shrove Tuesday, the last day before Lent, until Easter in many Nordic countries. In Sweden, it’s called Fastlagsbulle. In Denmark and Norway, it’s called fastelavnsbolle, and is sometimes filled with whipped cream or jam rather than almond paste. In Finland, the pastry is known as Laskiaispulla. This traditional Easter bun can be found as far east as Latvia and Estonia.

The Easter Sugar Cookie

The sugar cookie is sort of the blank canvass of the cookie world. It’s easily decorated and so easy to make a variety of shapes with. For this reason, Americans have latched onto the sugar cookie for creating Easter themed cookies in a multitude of shapes. You can find bunny cookies, decorated egg cookies, flower cookies, chick cookies and almost any other shape and decoration remotely related to Easter.

We’d love to hear about your Easter cookie traditions! Maybe see some spectacular Easter Cookie pictures? Feel free to post in the comments section! Happy Easter!

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