Bunny Cupcakes

Continuing on our eating spree we met at my girlfriend's home for dinner. I made this cute cupcake for the kids to celebrate Easter.

Instructions:

cupcakes (I used a boxed cake mix)
white icing ( I used canned icing)
brown mini M&Ms
pink heart sprinkles
pink sprinkles
marshmallows (cut in three equal parts...when you cut them with a knife the marshmallow will be squeezed making them perfect for the ears.)

  • Ice cupcakes entirely with the white icing.
  • Put a round marshmallow for the nose.
  • Dip the ears in the pink sprinkles and place at the top of the cupcake.
  • Turn the heart sprinkle upside down and put a dot of icing to keep it in place.
  • Mini M&M for the eyes.

Very easy to do but with great results. Hope you like them.



24 comments:

  1. Very cute!! Turning the heart sprinkle upside down is brilliant!

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  2. How adorable! I don't think I would be able to eat them because they are too cute!

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  3. this is just sooo cute!!
    i wish i could make some for my kids, i just happened to have broken my food mixer/blender today!! :( sigh
    debs

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  4. HAPPY EASTER FROM SANTA BARBARA! We love those...i will show them to my grand daughter who is coming over to make carrot cake cup cakes...if they turn out good. i will post...best, s

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  5. Awe! Those bunny cupcakes are adorable!

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  6. That looks sooooo adorable. Little bunny family.

    Wittle bunny Wabbits (said in an Elmer Fudd voice)

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  7. VERY Cute!! I have to try them! :)

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  8. Oh, thats just sweet! I bet your kiddies loved them.

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  9. A great way to eat cute little bunny rabbits without feeling guilty! 8-)

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  10. Very cute site. I love all the energy you demonstrate with your cartoonish graphic, very creative.
    We have one thing in common-we both love food! Thanks for adding me as a friend on Food Buzz!

    Yvonne
    Editor, My Halal Kitchen
    http://www.myhalalkitchen.com

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  11. Ohhh, how cute! now I have an idea for next Easter!

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