Payard Patisserie &Bistro, Caesars Palace
Made with dark, milk and white chocolate, the eggs are painted with a snake-skin pattern and hold extra Easter goodies, including miniature chocolate and candy eggs, $28.
Bouchon Bakery, Caesars Palace
Among the Easter specialties are hot cross buns, shortbread bunnies and eggs, chocolate eggs and chocolate bunnies and a carton of marshmallow eggs, $18.
Chocolate Cadbury Egg Souffle
Andre’s Restaurant &Lounge, Monte Carlo
A whole Cadbury egg is dropped into the middle of this souffle as it bakes, $15 (available now through Sunday).
Rampart Buffet and Ceres, JW Marriott
This cheesecake is among the Easter goodies — along with candies, Easter eggs and carrot cake — on the Easter brunches, $18.99 for adults at Rampart Buffet, $52 for adults at Ceres.
Grand Cafe, Red Rock Resort
Vanilla cakes filled with vanilla pastry cream, chocolate cakes filled with chocolate pastry cream and red velvet cakes filled with cream cheese are $3.50 each.
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