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Kid’s Party Food Ideas: Easy Easter Bunnies

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  2. Get set for Easter with these great Amazon affiliate links gathered by the crew at Spaceships and Laser Beams.
  3. Don't miss more fun Easter Ideas perfect for kids.
  4. Don't miss these 23 Adorable Easter Desserts...

I am so excited for Easter! We have family coming in from out of town and I am looking forward to our time together. As with any gathering, I’m now looking for cute Easter recipe ideas that the kids will love. I’m a big believer that no shindig is complete without fun snacks and desserts for kids. Who am I kidding? I love themed foods for any occasion, party or not! These easy Easter bunnies made from Twinkies are SO SIMPLE to create and so much fun to serve.

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I love it when an uncomplicated dessert adds to the decorations. I can picture using these bunnies in several ways:

  • Cute snack at a classroom party
  • Easy idea for a Sunday school class
  • Starring on an Easter Bunny themed dessert table
  • Surprise for your little one after an egg hunt
  • Fun after school snack
  • Welcome-to-Spring-break treat
  • Great addition on a woodland themed party dessert table


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Kid's Party Food : Easy Easter Bunnies

5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 1 hour 9 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 9 minutes


  • Hostess Twinkies
  • Candy Eyes — two for each Twinkie
  • Pink Candy — one for each Twinkie
  • Candy Melts in Pink and Purple


  • 1. Using a sharp knife, cut a Twinkie in the middle, just shy of halfway.
  • 2. Melt your candy melts — I use small sandwich bags. Just place the candy melts inside {pink and purple should be in separate bags} and then place in hot water to melt. Massage with your hands to make sure they’re melted evenly.
  • 3. Using the pink, snip the corner of your candy melt bag and pipe on pink for the bunny ears over the area that you cut.
  • 4. Place a dab of pink for the eye and nose as well to help them stick on, then put on the candy eyes and nose.
  • 5. Use the purple to pipe on whiskers.


Calories: 326kcal | Carbohydrates: 66g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Sodium: 2mg | Sugar: 46g
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Voila! They’re so easy to create and look almost too cute to eat… notice I said almost! I hope they’ll make a way onto your Easter party food table this weekend.

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