Thursday, March 28, 2013

Easter Treats - Bunny Cupcakes (2 Ways - Same Cupcake)

Now for the treats for Cole's class.  He and his friends always ask me to make cupcakes so cupcakes it is.  I found these really cute Bunny Cupcakes on Paris Pastry's website.  I loved the ones with the faces and the one that only had the ears and the nose was so cute too (before you put the eyes and whiskers on).  I thought the younger kids would love the face ones and the older kids would love the ones with just Ears and Noses.  Remember Cole's class is 3rd - 5th Grade so you do have some older kids in there.

I made a Yellow Cupcake Recipe I found on Women's Day's Website.  Sorry no pictures on me making the cupcakes I was running around like a mad woman Tuesday night around 10pm making these so I'll leave you with the recipe link .. lol.

The cupcakes are super easy to make and decorate, hope you give these a try!

What you Need:
Cupcakes (Bake or Buy)
White Frosting (Make or Buy)
Marshmallows
Pink Sugar
Orange Circle Candy
Black Gel 
Black Shoestring Candy (Wilton's)

Instructions:
  1. Take marshmallow and cut in half, I cut diagonally to make it look like ears. 
  2. Push the sticky side of the marshmallow in pink sugar (you can use whatever color you want).  
  3. Take a cooled cupcake that you then frost with white frosting.  
  4. Add Ears to the top of the cupcake.  
  5. In the middle put a miniature orange candy for the nose. 
  6. Draw the whiskers and eyes on with black gel frosting. (I used Wilton's Black Shoestring Candy for whiskers) 
  7. Optional - If you want to do the other version, skip the black gel for eyes and whiskers.


I think they came out so cute!  And pretty darn easy to make.  The longest part was making the cupcakes.


Easter is Sunday what is on your plan to make?

13 comments:

  1. Both cute, but I really like the one with the whiskers! They came out awesome.

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  2. These are fabulous! Thank you for sharing them!

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  3. Those came out really cute. I like the whiskers! I already made my Easter dinner, it's called reservations :)
    Have a blessed Easter.

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  4. I like the whiskers the best but they are both adoreable.

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  5. I can't decide which one I like better! I think we're gonna do a ham on Easter, but I haven't decided yet.

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  6. nothing yet. just waiting for our girls to come home and then saturday we are taking them and grandma out for dinner at old country buffet before she goes home.

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  7. They look too cute to eat. I love the pink sugar on the marshmallow ears - it's like adding a Peep - even betta!

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  8. Both ways are really cute. Looks yummy!

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  9. Super cute whiskers!

    Thanks much for sharing this idea....... :)

    Happy Easter to you and yours….
    hugs x
    Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

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