Carrot Shaped Blonde Brownies {A Fun Easter Treat for Kids}

These spring and Easter-inspired Blonde Brownie Carrots are so much fun. As usual, I kept the idea as simple as I could. You’ll have over 1 dozen of these fun Carrot Shaped Brownies whipped up and ready to impress at the Easter Dessert Table, in no time. Come on in and I’ll share how you can make these fun Carrot Shaped Blonde Brownies that are as delicious as they are a fun Easter Treat for Kids

Carrot Shaped Blonde Brownies a Fun Easter Treat for Kids

Brownies are one of my food weaknesses. Brownies and cheesecake. They are so hard to resist.

blonde brownie carrots for Easter

Blonde brownies are not your typical fudge brownie, but they are still irresistible to me. They are so delicious and chewy.

 Carrot Blonde Brownies - An Easter Dessert

I know you’ll love how these cute carrot brownies taste as much as you’ll love their adorable addition to your Easter table.

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Oh my goodness, I would have loved to display my carrots on some of these adorable Easter Platters. I adore the 5th and 6th one. Aren’t they so cute?!

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blonde brownie carrot Easter fun treat for kids

Finally, here’s how you can make these cute little carrot-shaped blonde brownies for a fun snack or Easter dessert…


Carrot Shaped Blonde Brownies

Make these adorable Blonde Brownie Carrots for a fun spring or summer snack. They are perfect for your Easter table.

  • Author: Melissa


  • 2 cups of flour
  • 2 cups of packed light brown sugar
  • 2 tsp. of baking powder
  • 1/2 cup of melted unsalted butter – cooled
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 2&1/2 – 3 tsp. of liquid orange food coloring – or an amount that gives you the color of orange that you like
  • green frosting
  • piping bag with a star tip attached
  • Other Equipment Needed
  • large mixing bowl
  • non-stick aluminum foil
  • 9 inch round pie pan
  • Serrated bread knife


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. In mixing bowl, Mix the flour, sugar and baking powder
  3. In another bowl mix the melted butter, eggs, and vanilla and orange food coloring
  4. Add the wet mixture to the dry and mix well
  5. Mix the wet ingredients together
  6. The mixture will be like a play dough consistency
  7. Line pie plate with foil – non-stick side facing up
  8. Pour the mixture into the pie pan and press it out to even it out at the top
  9. Bake for about 40-50 minutes.
  10. When are they done?
  11. These brownies are thick, so they take a bit longer to bake. Once you start to smell the aroma of your brownies, check on them. A toothpick inserted into the middle should come out mostly clean. What I mean by that is; you shouldn’t have a wet batter on the toothpick. You will probably find cooked batter will adhere to the toothpick and that’s ok


  1. Let the brownies cool completely – about 15 minutes
  2. Pull the aluminum foil up and out of the pie pan
  3. Push the aluminum foil down away from the brownies
  4. Slice into 16-20 slices (Cut them like pie slices starting with 4 slices and continuing to divide the slices in half until they are skinny like a carrot would be)
  5. Using the star tip, decorate the top with your green frosting stars to resemble the leaves of a carrot

Storing your Blonde Brownies…

  1. These treats are best if served within a day
  2. You can cover and store leftover brownies at room temperature up to one week.


Check on the brownies after about 30 minutes. If they are getting brown at the ends cover them with aluminum foil for the rest of the baking period.

Blonde brownie carrots for a fun Easter Treat

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