What’s inside: Easy Bunny Butt Pretzels Easter recipe perfect to make with kids.
Looking for easy Easter themed recipes and crafts to make with the kids this spring? Then you’ll love these adorable Bunny Butt Pretzels! (Or “Bunny Bum” if you prefer).
I love this recipe because kids of all ages can pitch in, and they’ll love building their bunnies! Almost as much as they’ll love eating them!
These Bunny Butt Pretzels are also perfect for East parties or holiday treat gifts for family, friends, and teachers. They’re just so cute and delicious! Read on for the simple instructions.
Bunny Butt Pretzels Ingredients
- 24 mini pretzels
- 24 large white melting wafers
- 24 mini pink marshmallows
- 48 Easter Bunny Feet Icing Decorations
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Evenly spread pretzels on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
TIP: We love these silicon baking mats for almost all of our baking projects — they’re reusable and non-stick!
BUILD YOUR BUNNIES:
Place a white melting wafer in the center of each pretzel. Place cookie sheet into the oven for 3 minutes to soften the wafer. (Watch carefully because you don’t want it to melt completely!)
Use your fingers to lightly compress the marshmallow, then place the marshmallow into the center of the white chocolate wafer.
Press bunny feet into the bottom sides of the white melting wafer. Be sure to work quickly while white chocolate wafers are still soft!
TIP: Work in smaller batches to prevent melting wafers from re-hardening before you’ve finished placing marshmallows and bunny feet.
Allow to let sit on tray for 30 minutes until white chocolate hardens. Enjoy!
You might also love these fun Easter recipes too:
And be sure to check out this super easy DIY Easter Egg Wreath craft!
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