Monday, March 21, 2016

Bunny Pudding Pies


My little girls are so delighted when I make their food cute, that it is hard to not come up with something cute for each meal. This little bunny pies are a favorite Easter dessert and they get major bonus points for being so simple to make! No baking required.

You will need: 


  • Small Pie Crusts
  • Vanilla Pudding 
  • Shredded Coconut
  • Large Marshmallows
  • Pink Sprinkles
  • Pink Sixlets
  • Wilton Black Sparkle Gel


Fill your pie crusts with the vanilla pudding and top with a small handful of shredded coconut to make the bunny "furry."


Cut the marshmallows in half on a diagonal to form the ear. Dip the now stick part into pink sprinkles to make the ears. Nestle them into the top of the pudding.


Add two chocolate chips upside down for eyes and a pink sixlet for the nose.


Use the gel to add whiskers to each side of the nose and you have a darling little bunny that is almost too cute to eat!


What fun treats do you make at Easter?

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25 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I order my treats from the bakery, but I doubt they will be as cute as these. Absolutely adorable!

Amanda Love said...

Those are really cute indeed and I can see my daughter just devouring these. This year I'll probably just order some stuff since I don't have the time to bake anything.

blythe32 said...

These little bunnies are adorable. Almost too cute to eat.

Skye McLain said...

Um these are adorable!! And I love pudding - it is a secret obsession of mine ha! :)

Kait said...

These are absolutely adorable! They're the perfect dessert for Easter..and almost too cute to devour!

rayrayl81 said...

How can one eat something that is this cute? Great project for the kids.

Laci Carlson said...

These are so cute ! Definitely going to try my kids will love this !!

Michele said...

Your step by step instructions are so clear and easy to follow I know mine will look just as fantastic as yours do! Thanks for sharing!!

Karissa Ancell said...

These look like so much fun. What a cute adorable little dessert.

jillconyers said...

Your bunny pies are so cute. My daughter would love to make these.

Roxanne Ferber said...

Wow is this adorable!! It looks so simple and easy to make too! Any kid would love to help in the kitchen with this cute project!

Author TP Keane said...

this is a great idea for the kids, both big and little... my husband loves coconut.

krystle cook said...

Just darling. Bunny anything is in right now with Easter this weekend. Almost too good to eat.

ana de jesus said...

I want a bunny treat! You always make ne envious of your awesome craft and baking skills!

Sheena Tatum said...

How super easy and how super cute! I wouldn't even have to mix up pudding! haha A great idea for the kiddos!

Toni said...

How cute! I love the convenience and size of this. Multiple kids can help with different roles for putting them together.

Southern Made Blog said...

These are so adorable! My son would just love to make this! Thanks for the great idea!

Heather said...

These are adorable! And look delicious! I am going to have to make these with my kids!

Laura - Eye Candy Creative Studio said...

these are so cute and who wouldn't love these for easter. I love the fact that they are the perfect serving size for everyone

Veronica Pototska said...

They are so cute! I remember when I was a kid, I couldn't eat anything so cute as I wanted to keep it as a masterpiece for myself to enjoy owning it

Jennifer Corter said...

Oh my gosh, these are just too cute! I'm working on bunny cupcakes today for my son's kindergarten class!

Kristen said...

These are so cute! My daughter would just love these as she loves all things with bunnies!

Koninika Patel said...

They are lovely, creative, crafty and cute! These ideas really help kids to innovate and learn different skills!

Yona Williams said...

This has got to be one of the cutest ways to decorate a cream pie that I've seen in a while. It's so cute, I'd be sad to eat it.

Stacey D said...

Love these pies! My youngest would have fun making them for our family gathering! Thanks for the inspiration.

 
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