Easter Bunny Butts For The Kids

Today on the blog we are sharing a fantastic tutorial for Easter Bunny Butt Oreo Cookies. My daughter Sylvia helped me to make these and we had a lot of fun. I really see a lot of value in cooking and baking with kids. There is the social opportunities, a chance to have fun, develop skills and learn. I think this was a great activity and hope you enjoy the post.

Easter Bunny Butts

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What You Need

12 Oreo cookies

1 Block of white chocolate

1 tube of white icing or tube of white chocolate

12 Cakepop sticks

1 packet of pink bonbons

1 packet of mini mart mushrooms

Greaseproof paper

Easter Bunny Butts

Let’s Make It

Break up the white chocolate into a microwave proof bowl. Melt for 1 minute, stir and then melt for 1 further minute.

Easter Bunny Butts

Open up the Oreo, add a cake pop stick, add chocolate and glue the Oreo back together using the white chocolate.

Easter Bunny Butts

Repeat with each cookie and then place in the fridge to set.

Easter Bunny Butts

 Once the Oreo is set dip and cover in the melted white chocolate.

Easter Bunny Butts

Place the white chocolate covered cookies on greaseproof paper and place in the fridge once more to set.

Easter Bunny Butts

Chill for 30 minutes to allow the chocolate to harden.

Easter Bunny ButtsNow  the cookies are hard, you can begin to make the bunny feet. 

Easter Bunny Butts

Chop the bottoms off the mini mart mushrooms, add melted chocolate and glue into position

Easter Bunny Butts

Repeat this process with the bonbon using this as the bunny rabbits tail.

Easter Bunny Butts

Finally use either a small tube of icing or a tube of white chocolate to draw tiny paw prints onto the bunny feet.

Easter Bunny ButtsPlace the finished bunny butts into the fridge once more allowing the feet and tail to set.

Enjoy

Easter Bunny Butts

Easter Bunny Butts

Easter is a fantastic time to have fun with the kids and create fun food ideas.

Easter Baking With Kids

28 Comments

  1. Omg! These are TOO cute. I’m sure you both had so much fun putting these together! 🙂

  2. How cute!!! I will definitely do these and take them to work (we tun a play centre), thanks for sharing x

  3. Oh how cute do these look??? I think it is a great activity to do with the kids. Only one problem, I love those little foamy mushrooms so there probably wouldn’t be any left to decorate with!!

  4. Such a cute idea – I love the little pink feet. And so easy to get the kids involved too! Such a great easter idea!

  5. This is such a cute Easter bake and really original too. I bet little ones will love making them and eating them!

    1. thanks. I don’t make all the recipes on this blog, some are made for me…but i’m so proud of this one.

  6. oh I think we will certainly be trying these out ourselves over the Easter holidays the kids will just love them for sure

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