Sunday, April 4, 2010

Rice Krispy Treat Bunny Pops

Rice Krispy Treat Bunny Pops

Bunny Pops have been an Easter Tradition in our house since my daughter was about two years old.  She is sixteen now, so needless to say, that's a lot of bunnies!
I use a Wilton Bunny Cookie Treat pan and your basic Rice Krispy Treat Recipe.  After you have shaped the Rice Krispy mixture into a bunny head, add your cookie stick.  Let them set for a few minutes and then move them onto a large piece of wax paper or parchment paper.
To decorate, I usually use light blue Jelly Beans cut in half for the eyes, but this year I made my own eyes from Royal Icing using this great tutorial I found over at Gourmet Mom On the Go
The eyes were so easy to make and they last forever, so now I'll have cute little eyes to decorate treats with in the months to come.  I use a pink jelly bean cut in half for the nose and brown or black frosting for the whiskers and mouth.  After the frosting has dried a little, cover each Bunny Pop with a clear treat bag and tie them with pretty ribbon.  Now you have cute Bunny Pops to give out to all your friends!

Happy Easter!!

15 comments:

  1. Those are adorable...what a fun tradition!

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  2. Those are darling!! Love the tradition!

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  3. So cute! I wish I had one to eat right now!

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  4. SO SO SOOOOO CUTE!! Just incredibly darling!!!

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  5. These are so cute! What a nice, fun tradition with your daughter.

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  6. I just got a Wilton bunny pan. Can't wait to try these!

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  7. What a great idea,too bad I din't see it on time. It would have been great for the kids at the daycare. I am saving this idea for next year. I hope you had a nice Easter.

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  8. I wish I had seen this last week! I certainly would have made a bunch!!! I'll tuck the idea away for next year! Hope you had a Happy Easter :)

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  9. Great idea!! I'll use this in the future. Your blog is adorable and I'm your newest follower :) Thanks for visiting mine today!

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  10. Those are so fun! I bet they were a huge hit!

    Thanks for sharing them with us!

    XOOX
    Jen

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  11. Aw, those are cute! Hope you had a happy and delicious Easter!
    ~ingrid

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