Isn’t he cute? We made him out of pink strawberry marshmallows. He’s almost too cute to eat, but my kids loved picking him apart for a snack.
Supplies for Marshmallow Easter Bunny:
- large and small marshmallows
- toothpick – broken in half
- mini m&ms or other tiny candy
Cut one large marshmallow in half lengthwise and one large marshmallow horizontally. Then cut 3 small marshmallows in half (either way) and one small marshmallow in fourths.
Now assemble. By cutting the marshmallows, their insides are sticky and they’ll stay stuck together. You do need to attach the head and body with a toothpick. Then place on 2 m&m eyes and half an m&m for a nose. Even a half a marshmallow for a tail.
Here’s a few more Easter Bunnies hopping around the internet:
- Easter Bunny Cake Pops by Bakerella – Amazing!
- Rock & Roll Edible Bunny by Little Nummies
- Carrot Napkin Holders by Busy Bee (via Flip Flops)
- Bite Sized Easter Brownies by Designer Girl 007
- Easter Basket Cookies by Bake at 350
Just posted my version of these cute little guys here: http://thegourmetmama.com/diy-marshmallow-bunnies/
These are adorable! I`m going to make them with my kids this week.
These are so cute! Thanks for sharing.
This is so easy, I could definitely handle this project! Thanks for a great blog. I just found you via Cool Mom Picks. I can’t wait to try your ribbon rhythm sticks with my daughter too. If it’s alright, I may pass that idea along on my blog. I’ll be visiting!
Super cute! We will have to make some! My kids will love to eat them, they love marshmallows!
The pink color on those marshmallows are looking cute..Its just the picture otherwise I would have eaten it..lol
So cute! I am going to link to this on LittleNummies.net!
Those are so cute! Strawberry marshmallows!!!
Thanks for the shout-out! :)