No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

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A healthy Easter dessert your kids will love to eat and help you make!  Decorate these No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts with your kids this holiday season.  

No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

Spring has sprung!  Okay, okay there is still snow in the mountains but I’m out wearing florals and sandals!  Easter is coming up fast and that means it’s time for the bunny to fill those baskets and to bring some Easter cheer to your home.  Start by making these adorable No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts!

No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

Healthy Easter Dessert Ideas

Easter candy seems to take over the holiday sometimes.  Take a nice long break from those chocolate peanut butter eggs and let the kids help you decorate these fruit tarts instead! The crust is made of mainly oatmeal and almond butter and the “frosting” is greek yogurt! We love using whole foods with natural sweetness 

If you’re looking for another healthy Easter dessert/snack, these Easter Smoothies are crazy cute and delicious, this Lemon Bundt Cake, Healthy No-Bake Cheesecakes

How to Make Healthy Easter Fruit Tarts

Let’s get started!  The crust is a combination of almond butter, honey, oats, homemade oat flour and a little vanilla!  Once the crust sticks together when you grab a fistful (and it doesn’t actually stick to your hand) you’re ready to go!  Form little Easter eggs!  You can do one big one, a bunch of tiny ones or a few medium sized.  Give your kids some crust and let them create whatever they want. I put mine on parchment paper to minimize the cleanup when I was done.

How to make No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

Next, spoon on a little greek yogurt and spread it around like you’re frosting a cookie or spreading sauce on a pizza.

Easy No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

Chop up plenty of fruit so the kids can decorate their “eggs” with all sorts of colors and then let them decorate! You can even snack on the fruit as you go!

No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts
No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

My favorite egg was this little patriotic one I made!  Remember, we formed the crust to look like Easter Eggs but you don’t have to do that!  If it’s Christmas time you could make a tree shape and decorate it with green and red fruit!  Or even just press this into a tart pan and bring it to a potluck this summer! This recipe is so wonderful because you can make it perfect for any occasion!

Happy Easter! Enjoy our No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts!

No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tarts

No-Bake Easter Egg Fruit Tart

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Prep Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 10


  • 1 cup almond butter
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 cup oats, dry
  • 3/4 cup Greek yogurt, vanilla
  • 3/4 cup strawberries
  • 3/4 cup blueberries
  • 1 medium banana
  • 3/4 cup grapes, green


  • In a microwave safe bowl, add almond butter, honey, vanilla and salt.  Microwave for 20 seconds, then stir until smooth.
  • Take 1 cup of the oats and place in a blender. Blend until the oats are finely chopped and resembles flour. Set aside.
  • Add the other cup of oats to the almond butter mixture and stir.  Slowly add in a little of your homemade oat flour at a time until you get a mixture that you can form into a crust.  Depending on your brand almond butter the amount of flour may vary.
  • Take small amounts of the mixture and form Easter egg shaped disks. Place onto parchment paper or foil for easy cleanup.
  • Once all the Easter eggs are formed, spread on a layer of greek yogurt. Top with sliced fruit to make your designs and enjoy!
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I made these for Easter first and they were great! So second time around I made them into little cups by putting them in a muffin tin, then in the fridge over night, then put the yogurt and fruit! Just as delicious as the first time! Thank you for this healthy, yummy recipe!

Ok I know it seems like I’m in the wrong season but we actually made these with a Christmas theme instead. We kept the same shape and my kids made Santa faces. They turned out great. Thanks for the great idea for Easter AND Christmas!

Hi Nicole! I’m not sure if maple syrup would work in this recipe, because it’s less sticky and therefore has less binding power to hold the tarts together. I haven’t tried it though, so it might… if you decide to experiment, please let us know how it turns out!

Hi Rachel! I think it would depend on the brand of the yogurt. If it’s very thick, like Greek yogurt, I think it would be fine. If the texture seems too runny, you could try adding a pinch of corn starch to make it a little more stiff.

Hi Jessica! I wouldn’t use raw wheat flour, because it can cause digestive upset. But if you’re referring to oat flour, then yes, that would work just fine. 🙂