Fluffy Bunny Recipe #EasterTreats

Fluffy Bunny Recipe #EasterTreats
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Fluffy BunnyIngredIenTs

  • 1 cupcake (paper liner removed)
  • vanilla frosting
  • sweetened flake coconut
  • 1 large, thin, round 
  • chocolate cookie 
  • 1 jumbo marshmallow
  • pink decorating sugar
  • 1 large marshmallow
  • 2 mini marshmallows 
  • 2 small breath mints 
  • 1 pink jellybean
  • 2 chocolate pastels


  1. Stick a fork into the top of the cupcake. Holding the fork in one hand, frost the top, bottom, and sides of the cupcake.
  2. Sprinkle coconut over the cupcake until the frosting is completely covered. Remove the fork, and place the cupcake upside down on the chocolate cookie.
  3. Hold the jumbo marshmallow so the long sides are up and down. Cut skinny slices off the right and left sides to make bunny ears. One side of each ear will be sticky. Poke toothpicks into the bottoms of the ears. Sprinkle the sticky sides with pink decorating sugar. Poke the ears into the top of the cupcake.
  4. Cut the large marshmallow in half. Place the halves at the base of the cupcake as feet. 
  5. Use a dab of frosting to stick a mini marshmallow in the back as a tail.
  6. Cut a mini marshmallow in half. Stick the halves to the face as cheeks. Using frosting as glue, add the mints as teeth and the jellybean as a nose. Finally, add two chocolate pastels as eyes.

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By Teri
Teri Hardy is a 30-something married, mom of 7 and the face behind the popular online publication, Motherhood Defined as well as the founder of Mom Powered Media. Known as the Iowa Mom blogger by her local peers and “The Fairy Blogmother” worldwide. She loves to write, doodle & go, go, go. Control freak, master multi-tasker and shopaholic. Ms. Hardy has professional experience in working closely with clients on brand ambassadorships, client outreach services, content creation and creative social media advertising exposure.


  1. oh these are the cutest things ever and I am SO going to make some for easter! I wish I knew a good way to send some to my little grandsons in nashville! pinning this for sure thanks!

  2. Yes! So cute, and I’m so excited for Easter posts to be starting!

  3. These are so cute! My granddaughter would love to have on Easter dinner

    • WOW you are so creative.Thanks for sharing I will make this w/grand kids.

  4. That’s too cute to eat.

  5. These are so cute,looks delicious.

  6. These are so adorable! The coconut is so perfect for this. I think it would look just as cute without the breath mints though.

  7. these are so cute, I need to try them

  8. OMG!! I will be making these. Too cute!!

  9. These are sooooo cute!!!

  10. These are so cute and sounds like they are really easy and quick to make. Thanks for the recipe. Just in time for Easter.

  11. Those are adorable! I’m going to make these with my niece and nephew. They’ll love them!

  12. so cute. My niece and nephew would love these.

  13. How cute!!! Very creative.

  14. This is really cute. It doesn’t look to difficult to make either.

  15. My Grandkids will have a ball making these! Thanks so much for the receipe (instructions) I also like the ritz peanut butter/white chocolate idea. I’m going to make some of those also.

  16. These are so cute! I know they will be a hit plus very yummy with the kids!

  17. My daughter would get a kick out of these!

  18. Oh my gosh, those are hilarious! Love the little teeth! Thanks for the idea. :D

  19. These are very cute, but very few people in our family like coconut. I would have to use something else to cover the bunny.

  20. Oh Em Gee these are sooooo cute! And so easy! The kids will adore them.

  21. That bunny is to neat to eat! That looks like afun recipe to make. Happy Easter!

  22. I hope they taste as good as they look! Although, they are almost too cute to eat! I love coconut!

  23. This is such a fun idea for an Easter cake and I love that it has coconut. I think it would be fun to use pink marshmallows and dye the coconut purple for more color too.

  24. These look yummy! I will attempt to make these for easter! Hopefully mine turn out as adorable as yours! Thanks for the idea!

  25. Oh my goodness. These are cute. I really hope I can pull them off. I have actually never made any interesting Easter treats before. They look fluffy and delicious. Saving this to my bookmarks. Thanks for sharing! :D

  26. Too cute. These look like fun.

  27. Oh this is so cute. My kids would absolutely love this. Thanks for sharing.

  28. these look so adorable it’s hard to believe you would want to eat them

  29. pinned it! i am totally going to make these! my son is going to freak!i think i will try to make a few different colors of coconut too.

  30. OmGosh those are so cool. My kids would love these. I’m bookmarking this!
    Thank you for sharing. :)

  31. My daughter would love this!

  32. These are so cute. They are a great Easter treat.

  33. I have to make these. They’re so cute!

  34. What a great, adorable recipe. Can’t wait to try this. Thanks for sharing!

  35. Oh my! These are adorable and they look delicious too! I think making these would be a great Easter surprise for my daughter and hubby! Thank you!!


  37. omg these are way to cute, thank you so much for the ideas, im masking these for my little ones, they should be a hit

  38. These are so stinking cute my son would love to make these family fun right here, I can’t wait for Easter. I am going to write this recipe down :) thanks for sharing!

  39. I’m definitely going to make these for my Easter Dinner table. So adorable! My table always has a bunny theme.

  40. These are so cute!! My daughter would love these.

  41. These are darling!

  42. what a fun idea recipe for the kids

  43. o wow! these are not just cute they look delicious! i think i am defiantly going to attempt to make these cuties this easter! they seem pretty simple to make so i am going to take a whack at it! great recipe! thanks!

  44. This is adorable and so creative of you to share with us.

  45. These fluffy bunnies look adorable! I would love to try this delicious recipe. I wonder if it would go better with a chocolate chip coconut cookie on the bottom in place of a chocolate cookie. Definitely a great idea for Easter!

  46. The fluffy bunnies look adorable! This is definitely a fun and delicious idea for Easter. Thank you for sharing the recipe. We might swap out some things like having a sugar cookie or chocolate chip coconut cookie in place of the chocolate cookie underneath the cupcake.

  47. super cute! my nieces and nephews would love these!

  48. These are so adorable. What a fun treat for Easter.

  49. My granddaughter Julia would love this treat, Very easy to make!

  50. These are so cute. Thelma almost look like stuffed animals.

  51. These are so cute. They look like real stuffed animals.

  52. These are so cute. They look like stuffed animals.

  53. These are cute but they look like too much work for me!

  54. These are adorable. I’m going to make them with my grandson. He loves to help in the kitchen

  55. These are so cute and they look reproducible. My kids get really disappointed when “That does NOT look like the picture, Mom!”

  56. great ideas, thank you so much for the coolest bunny ever, my kids will love these

  57. Oh My gosh! TOO CUTE! I will have to take a crack at making these :)

  58. G..whizzzzzzz..:0!!! THE LITTLE CUTE BUNNIES LQQK 2 ADORABLE 2 EAT..nottttt! I CAN TASTE THEM NOW…((yummmm))…:P! thanQ 4 sharing this wonderfully creative recipe..My Kids Will B haPpY 2 taste these..thanQ:D!

  59. Yum,yummmmm! can hardly wait 2 try my hand at making these delicious little bunnies! thanQ

  60. Omg I love these they’re so cute gonna make some for Easter ty :)

  61. How cute! Thanks for sharing! :) I’ll have to make these ASAP!

  62. Wow, what an awesome recipe! I made these this afternoon and they turned out phenomenal!! I am also going to make these for Easter as they are sure to be a hit!

  63. Ohhh Yummy and adorable! Just in time for Easter!!

  64. These are SO cute! I just pinned them on my Pinterest. My wife is going to try to make them tomorrow!

  65. These are so cute. The kids would love this. Nice idea to try.

  66. seems like alot of fun, would be great to do some day.

  67. Aww, these bunnies are so cute! They actually look soft and fluffy! Almost too cute to eat! (Notice I said almost! lol) Thanks for the great recipe and idea!

  68. These bunnies are cute. It would be fun to make these reats.

  69. These bunnies are cute. It would be fun to make these treats.

  70. cute the kids would love them

  71. Very Cute I really like the teeth lol I pinned this recipe, your hard work shows . Thank you. Jerri Davis

  72. Too cute. I just love those teeth.

  73. These little cupcakes are so cute. I am pinning this because my daughter will love it. She wants to make something cute for easter. Thanks for post.

  74. Oh wow, these are so cute! I wouldn’t want to eat them..wait..yeah I guess I would.. LOL

  75. These are adorable! I am not sure I have the time or patience to make these, But, I will try!

  76. How cute! Somehow I doubt my bunny would turn out as good but I’m gonna try! It’ll just be the bunny’s country cousin from the south…a true redneck to explain why he’s gonna look so …. um…different ;)

  77. love these!!! they’re so adorable!!!

  78. I pinned this recipe, it is just too adorable not to try! Thanks

  79. So cute!! Passing this on to my daughter so she can make for granddaughters for Easter! Thanks for sharing

  80. such a cute idea.. i know my brother n sister will have fun making these :3

  81. This looks adorable and yummy! My kids would love this. Thanks for sharing. : )

  82. these are so cute and look easy to make

  83. These are so cute. and they sound rather easy to make. I think I can do it. thanks

  84. This is by far the cutest cupcake ever! Plus anyone can do it! you don’t have to have all the decorating tools or the expertise. LOVE IT!!!

  85. This is so adorable, but would satisfy sweet tooth, lol.

  86. Those little bunnies are way too cute to eat! I love how you made them and I bet the kids will love them too.Have a happy easter.THX.

  87. If I made one, I’d never want to eat it. They are just so cute! I love this sweet idea.

  88. I am so glad I found this! I was looking for something special and cute to make for Easter and this is perfect!

  89. OMG these have got to be the cutest things ever! I think I might attempt to make them for easter dinner dessert. Thanks for sharing!

  90. My grandkids will be very happy – I am planning to make this for Easter. Thank you for sharing this/

  91. Too cute. I do wish there was a good alternative to coconut, though. I *REALLY* hate coconut!

  92. These are just the cutest! Almost too cute to eat!

  93. Thanks for sharing this festive recipe, almost too darling to eat them !

  94. Love the look of these fluffy bunnies!

  95. These are so great! We are so into cupcakes right now! They look like they would be so hard to make, but yet they aren’t!! Thanks for this wonderful Easter treat!

  96. Such sweet bunnies!! Cannot wait to make these for my grandchildren!! Thanks for sharing!

  97. This is so cute, I’m gonna make this for the kids.

  98. This is cute, I’ll be making this for the kids.

  99. when i read the ingredients I thought that’s weird lol but they are adorable thank you Vicki

  100. I so have to try these they are adorable and while they look like they were hard to make it sounds pretty simple COOL

  101. Oh these are just too cute. Might be a great recipe to do with my grandie, he loves to bake and he’s so creative, this could just fit the ticket!

  102. These are great looking. I have to try these for Easter. No baking required I see, how much easier can it get.

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  103. Have you made these? They are very cute. Thank you for taking the time to find such fun recipes.

  104. These are adorable. I’m going to make them for my grandson’s preschool class

  105. Such a wonderful time to spend with your kids making these!

  106. these are so darn cute, thank-you.. i love collecting recipes shared with family

  107. so cute my daughter would love these so much!

  108. I just pinned your recipe, it is so cute! I would have never thought of this. It looks so real. Anybody would love to have something like this done for Easter especially kids! I think I will make these for Easter this year. Thanks for the recipe!

  109. These are just TOOOO adorable! I wish I was creative enough to make them, but I may give it a try anyway! They’re too cute to not try making them… and I love coconut!

  110. I love this. It’s darling. I may make one for my grandchildren for Easter!

  111. What a fun recipe. Will try this for Easter. Kids will really enjoy it!

  112. Those bunnies are so adorable. I will definitely make a list of all the ingredients and go shopping today. I was going to buy pastries but this is so much cuter. Almost too good looking to eat…. NOT…I’ll be the first one to lop off an ear. LOL

  113. These are just too cute! And if I were to see the at a Party I don’t think that I would dare eat it!

    Thanks again for the Post, Picture, and the Recipe!

  114. Those bunny cupcakes are so cute!!! My daughter will love them.

  115. Those are so cute. I would, but wouldn’t want to eat it. I have to make these.

  116. These are getting pinned to my cake and cupcake board on Pinterest. I’m always looking for more creative dessert ideas.

  117. Wow!! Looking at the picture it does not look like something to eat, it looks like a stuffed animal. Congratulations, you do awesome work!! Thank you for sharing this recipe

  118. This looks like so much fun! Pinning this for this easter for my little one :)

  119. This is just adorable. I want to make these for my niece and nephew.

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