Easter Bunny Bash!

Hop on over to this kid-friendly Easter dessert table full of fun and easy treats!

This Easter Bunny Cake was fun to make and is decorated entirely with SweetWorks candy.  Sixlets and Gumballs adorn this adorable Easter cake!

 

To see how I made this cake, click here.

A big fluffy bunny hug to Wight's Home & Garden for all of the decor for my dessert table.  They have the most adorable Easter decorations and they sure know how to get me looking forward to Spring with the most amazing plants & flowers! Please stop by their Facebook page and give them a like!

 

For step by step directions for these cute Little Debbie fancy cake baskets, click here.

For a full tutorial on how to make these yummy bunnies, click here.

Super cute and elegant Easter dessert. Store-bought meringue cups and bunny marshmallows make them easy!  Click here for step by step directions.

Click here to find my easy instructions on how to make these cute little chicks made from frozen pound cake!

Super easy Easter treat for the kids to make!  For simple to follow instructions, click here.

Bunny truffles that are so cute everybunny will love them!  For directions on how to make these, click here.

White chocolate never looked so cute!  Pudgy little bunnies made from Lindt white chocolate truffles with sliced almonds for ears and feet. Color the middle of the ears pink and lines on the feet black with edible markers. Add a pink candy button nose and a snowflake sprinkle for a tail and attach everything with white chocolate.  Super easy and oh so adorable!

We all leave Santa cookies on Christmas Eve, but what about the Easter Bunny?  I bet he would love bunny food like this!  Bunny Brownie Bites - decorated to look like bunny food!

 

For a full tutorial on how to make this Mini Brownie Garden click here.

No one will be able to resist these little cuties made from Ferrero Raffaello candy and Jordan almonds.  Add white jimmies for ears and a snowflake sprinkle on the top of it's candy almond head.  Black dots made from an edible marker for the sweet little face and everything is attached with melted white chocolate!

Are we too cute to eat?  You decide!

Frost your favorite cupcakes with green icing and push a Sour Punch Straw in for the handle.  Add some jelly beans on top and you have one sweet little Easter basket!

My beagle Kurby was the inspiration for these little cookies.  The cookie is actually a Nilla Wafer.  I microwaved a Tootsie Roll and shaped it into 2 ears.  The nose is a mini black jelly bean.  The ears are white Jordan Almonds with pink icing.  I drew on a headband using a toothpick dipped in melted white candy coating.  I attached everything with melted candy coating.  The eyes are dots made with an edible black marker.

Store bought Rice Krispie treats shaped into little eggs make these cutie patootie chickies.  Dip the egg shaped Rice Krispie Treat into melted yellow candy coating.  Add an orange triangle sprinkle for the beak and black sugar pearls for the eyes.

Itty Bitty Easter Baskets make the cutest cupcake toppers or treats on their own!  Cut the top of a gumdrop and turn it upside down.  Poke the sides of the gumdrop with a toothpick and then stick part of a licorice lace or Rips Whips candy for the basket handle.  Using a little icing, attach tinted green coconut to the top of the basket and add oval pastel sprinkles.

Decorate your cookie with edible pens and make a plaid pattern.  Add a yellow Necco wafer candy and sprinkles for a cute chick cookie.

Make Peep pops by pushing a lollipop stick in the Peep and tie a little ribbon on the stick.  Easy Peasy!

Happy Easter!  Don't forget to check out even more of my super cute Easter treats and a tablescape here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Peep-inspired Easter dessert ideas, click here.