Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops

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We were asked to be a part of an Easter Extravaganza and are so honored to be included with such talented bloggers. There are so many fun and creative Easter ideas in the group and we are so excited to be a part of it! We decided to make these cute Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops. This is a fun way to get the kids to eat a healthier treat!

Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops Ingredients:

  • Vanilla Greek Yogurt
  • Strawberry Greek Yogurt
  • Chocolate Chips
  • Pink Jelly Beans
  • Mini Marshmallows
  • Pink Edible Grass
  • Popsicle Sticks
Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops

Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops Directions:

  1. Start out by laying out what you need on a work surface.
  2. Cut out a bunny head shape to use as a template from card stock paper. You could also use a larger bunny cookie cutter for this.
  3. Line your pans with wax paper.
  4. Draw around the bunny cut out or cookie cutter using edible marker. Flip the paper over.
  5. Put the yogurt in a baggie and snip off the edge.
  6. Pipe the vanilla yogurt inside the bunny shapes.
  7. Pipe strawberry yogurt inside the ears.
  8. Cut off pieces of edible pink grass for the whiskers.
  9. Use jelly beans for the nose and chocolate chips for the eyes.
  10. Cut a mini marshmallow in half for the teeth.
  11. Place popsicle sticks in the bottom and smooth the yogurt on top using a knife.
  12. Place them in the freezer.
  13. Freeze for about 20 minutes and then you can serve them.
Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops
Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops

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62 comments on “Easter Bunny Yogurt Pops”

  1. I am already following Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons on pinterest. Thanks again for the chances. My sons would love this giveaway as a prize, take care and blessings, dawn g

  2. Thanks! There is no build up around the nose. Just smoothed out evenly. We got our pink edible grass at our local Kroger grocery store here in Atlanta.

  3. Very cute and a nice alternative to chocolate (although WHO doesn't love chocolate?) πŸ™‚

    Couple questions: Did you build up the area by his nose as it looks a little higher than the rest of the face? If so – did you add more yogurt after it was frozen?

    2nd question: Where do you find pink edible grass?

    Thanks.
    Tavette

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  7. These are adorable! I'm excited to make these for Easter. πŸ™‚ I love that they're yummy, healthy, and festive. πŸ™‚ I like how creatively versatile this recipe is too – can make any flavor and any shape for an everyday snack or festive holiday celebration treat.
    Thanks for sharing this great recipe! πŸ™‚

  8. Beth @ Hungry Happenings

    When I got the images from the Easter Extravaganza I couldn't wait to see how you made the pink whiskers on your adorable frozen yogurt bunnies. I haven't seen the pink edible grass, but will need to get some for Easter.

    I haven't tried Chobani yogurt yet, but I do eat yogurt everyday. I'll have to get some.

    1. Robin @ Bird On A Cake

      I thought the same thing about the pink whiskers! Great idea, Jill! These are super cute. πŸ™‚

  9. Carla at Preschool Powol Packets

    I love every Chobani flavor I've tried–especially strawberry and blueberry!

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