Eat and Drink Easter desserts from Dominique Ansel, other NYC bakeries By Meredith Deliso Updated March 22, 2016 1:51 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Move over, Peeps and jelly beans. If you’re looking to up your Easter sweets, head to these bakeries and confectionaries for both traditional and out-of-the-box takes on holiday treats. Maison Kayser Photo Credit: Maison Kayser Just for Easter, the French bakery is offering a piou-piou -- an almond sable with flourless chocolate biscuit, dark chocolate cremeux, orange confit and milk chocolate mousse that's topped with a milk chocolate glaze and decorated with cocoa nibs crunch and white chocolate feathers. Available now through March 29, $40, $6/slice; multiple locations, maison-kayser-usa.com Dominique Ansel Bakery Photo Credit: Dominique Ansel Bakery The cronut creator has several seasonal concoctions to indulge in this Easter at both his SoHo bakery and West Village restaurant, from the Peep-a-Boo's -- honey marshmallow chicks with a salted caramel center nestled inside real egg shells ($24/box of five at DAK, $28/box of six at DAB) -- to the chocolate EGG-straterrestrials ($12.50/each). Even the ice cream gets in on the holiday with the Bunny Fluff -- roasted cocoa nib chocolate ice cream with malted caramel whipped cream and vanilla butter cookie bunny ears ($5). Now through Easter Sunday; Dominique Ansel Bakery, 189 Spring St., 212-219-2773, dominiqueansel.com; Dominique Ansel Kitchen, 137 Seventh Ave. S., 212-242-5111, dominiqueanselkitchen.com Eleni's Photo Credit: Eleni’s The bakery's cookies are almost too pretty to eat. This Easter, you can find a variety of cookie sets, such as these painted Easter eggs, as well as a bunnies, chicks and Faberge-inspired eggs. Various prices; Chelsea Market, 75 Ninth Ave., 718-606-7995, elenis.com William Greenberg Desserts Photo Credit: William Greenberg Desserts Hot cross buns are an Easter staple. At William Greenberg Desserts, they're made fresh daily with a sour cream yeast dough, studded with raisins and topped with a sweet icing in the shape of a symbolic cross. (Beyond the pastry, the bakery's Easter treats also include bunny-, egg-, lamb- and duck-shaped butter cookies, petit fours and pastel-colored versions of its signature Black & Whites.) Available through Easter Sunday, $2.50/each, $30/dozen; 1100 Madison Ave., 212-861-1340, wmgreenbergdesserts.com Jacques Torres Photo Credit: Jacques Torres Alongside a variety of bunnies, "Mr. Chocolate" has plenty of new offerings just in time for Easter, including chick-, duck- and these lamb-shaped chocolates. The hollow treats are available in white, dark and milk chocolate. $20/each, in-store only; multiple locations, mrchocolate.com By Meredith Deliso Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.