Easter Bunny Cupcakes

Greetings MFP readers! Carole from My Kitchen Escapades popping over again to help you get ready for Easter with these super simple (and super adorable) Easter Bunny Cupcakes.

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

My little three had so much fun making these cupcakes, especially the bunny ears. However, my five year old was the only one who let me photograph her while working. I think the other five kids might start charging me to model for blog posts if I’m not careful!

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Are you ready to get your kiddos in the kitchen and make some together? They couldn’t be more simple! First, bake up a batch of cupcakes and allow them to cool.
Easter Bunny Cupcakes

While they are cooling, make your bunny ears by cutting large marshmallows in half diagonally and dipping the cut side into some pink sugar sprinkles.

To frost the cupcakes, you have a few options depending on how much time you have. I used white frosting and piped it on using a grass tip. It looks just like a furry little bunny :) You could also cover them in white frosting and then roll the frosting in coconut, but if your kids feel the way mine do about coconut, that won’t be an option. You last option, and the one my kids used when decorating their cupcakes, is to use a knife and slather on the white frosting.Easter Bunny Cupcakes

My kids loved taking these adorable cupcakes to school the next day. They got so many comments and questions about how they made them from both adults and their friends.

 

 

 

This amazing post has been shared with Living Well Spending Less and Tatertots and Jello.

Comments

  1. Adorable!!! Thanks for sharing on TT&J, I’m definitely going to make these with my daughter:-)

    Katie

  2. again, it would sure be nice to have a printable page link. on this one id like to print and take it to my grandkids home and let them help me decorate. as I always try to let them help — making memorys with the joy of life.
    love these there so cute and simple for grandkids to help.

    • Usually we do have a printable page, but since this isn’t a recipe we didn’t do that this time. We hope you enjoy making these with your grandkids. Thanks for your comment, we appreciate your input so much!

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