It's just not
without several classic Southern desserts on the sideboard. Whether Grandpa was in charge of making his famous recipe, helped Grandma whip up his favorite cake, or just liked to put in a request for his favorite dessert, these recipes are just like the ones Grandpa always looked forward to eating after Easter dinner. Of course, he was probably always trying to sneak a taste before it was officially time to serve dessert.
From cookies to cakes to pies and more, these are Grandpa's favorite Easter dessert recipes.
The trick to making sure your Angel Food Cake comes out of the pan without tearing is to let it cool upside down.
This no-bake dessert is always fun for the grandkids to whip up with Grandpa.
This easy, no-bake recipe transforms Grandpa's favorite cereal into cookies in just a few minutes.
Baking up this upside-down cake in Grandpa's favorite cast-iron skillet will ensure that it comes out perfectly.
Grandpa probably always kept graham crackers on hand for a late night snack and this no-bake recipe elevates them into a crowd-pleasing dessert.
These cookies are best when enjoyed soon after they're made so the cereal will still be crispy.
Pound cake is delicious on its own, but can also easily be dressed up with fresh berries, whipped cream, caramel sauce, or lemon curd.
There's no occasion where brownies shouldn't be on the menu, and Grandpa probably always grabbed one from the plate before Easter dinner was ever served.
Trust us, homemade caramel frosting is worth the extra effort.
This classic Cherry Fluff recipe requires no cooking and is made with just five ingredients.
Old-fashioned meringue transforms homemade banana pudding into an Easter-worthy dessert.
Grandpa probably always had a second slice when coconut pie was on the table.