Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Easter Bunny Reese’s Egg Cars

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Your kids are going to just love these fun Easter Bunny Reese’s Egg Cars and these take just a few minutes to make! This is one of my favorite Easter treat ideas that we have ever created.

Wanna make your own Reese’s Eggs? We made a homemade version and they’re so good! We also made Reese’s Fudge – you might want to check that recipe out, too.

Your kids are going to just love these fun Easter Bunny Reese's Egg Cars and these take just a few minutes to make!

Easter Bunny Reese’s Egg Cars

We had some Reese’s peanut butter eggs and my boys wanted to make something fun out of them. We tried to make something the other day and could not stop eating them and failed to get anything done. We did however control ourselves yesterday and came up with these cute Easter Bunny Reese’s Egg Cars!

Usually, I am assigned to make the treats for my sons class parties at school and think I might have to send these in for my 6 year olds 1st grade class. My boys LOVED these and think they are so cute!

I love how easy they are to make. I am sure the Reese’s eggs and M&M’s also have something to do with how much my boys love them! Beep Beep…here comes the Easter Bunny on his way to bring you lots of candy!

Your kids are going to just love these fun Easter Bunny Reese's Egg Cars and these take just a few minutes to make!

Ingredients You’ll Need

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Your kids are going to just love these fun Easter Bunny Reese's Egg Cars and these take just a few minutes to make!

How To Make Reese’s Bunny Cars

Start out by cutting out an opening from the top of the Reese’s egg. Tip: dip your knife in hot water while cutting so you do not break the egg.

Then, attach the regular sized M&M’s on the bottom for wheels using the chocolate cookie frosting. We added mini M&M’s for the steering wheel & head lights, attached with the frosting.

Last, press the bunny grahams in the drivers seat. How super easy is that?! Reese's Easter Bunny Egg Cars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easter Bunny Reese's Egg Cars

Prep Time:
5 mins
 
Your kids are going to just love these fun Easter Bunny Reese's Egg Cars and these take just a few minutes to make!

Ingredients

  • Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs
  • M&M's
  • Mini M&M's
  • Chocolate Cookie Frosting
  • Annie's Bunny Graham Crackers

Instructions

  1. Cut an opening in the top of a Reese's egg. To prevent breaking, run your knife under hot water first.
  2. Attach a regular sized M&M's on the bottom for wheels with chocolate cookie frosting.
  3. Attach mini M&M's for the steering wheel & head lights with frosting.
  4. Press the bunny grahams in the drivers seat.

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34 comments

  1. They turned out so cute! I'm sure the kids loved them:@)

  2. Cuter than CUTE!! I love these, Jill!! My daughter and I both giggled over how funny they are. We will definitely make these! Thanks for the great idea!

  3. So cute. I've not seen those bunny cookies before, but I love them. I must go buy some before Easter.

  4. OMG these are the cutest things I've ever seen!

  5. I love this idea! So cute AND yummy! 🙂

  6. Such a cute idea, I know a few kids that would love these! Thanks for sharing.

  7. aww what a cute blog it is . nice sharing
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  8. How totally cute! I just saw those big Reese's Eggs (yum!) at the store. We might have to make these. Thanks!

    • Just check ahead of time to make sure your son’s school allows peanut butter treats….might have to use eggs with a different filling.

  9. forget the kids! my hubby would go crazy over these cuz he loves reese's AND he's such a gearhead 🙂 LOL

  10. These look super fun and delicious. Perfect kid making Easter fun.

  11. Oh my goodness- these are so adorable! I love them, plus they are made out of Reese's!

  12. These are so cute! Stopping by from Two Cup Tuesday! Pinned! Have a great week.

    Julie @ This Gal Cooks

  13. These are so adorable! I've come across something similar on Pinterest, however they used Twinkies for the cars; your choice of peanut butter eggs for the cars is perfecto!

    Jodie

  14. These are so fun! I have to try them with my kiddos. Would love it if you shared them over at Huckleberry Love's link party 🙂

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  15. These are adorable and are being featured today! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday 🙂

    http://www.flourmewithlove.com/2013/03/featuring-you_27.html#more

  16. These are adorable! I love the position f the bunnies. The crouched position makes them look like they are really serious about the race 🙂

  17. Those are adorable! I think we even have everything we need already. Stopping by from Ginger Snap Crafts.

  18. Those are so stinkin' cute! I might have to make these for my kids!

  19. Thanks for sharing. I am using a bunny theme for the Kids Easter table this year and these are PERFECT!

  20. These are just too cute, what a great idea! Check out our site too, if you get a chance! Hope you have a great weekend all!

  21. Brilliant! These are so stinkin cute!

  22. These are the cutest!!!!! Another amazing idea Jill! Thanks for sharing at Sun Scholars! I am featuring you at this week's For the Kid's Friday link party!!!

  23. These are fantastic what a cute idea!

  24. Nice, This post is stunning
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  25. I'm the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your project! You can see it here:

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    If you have other kid-friendly crafts, we'd love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for an adorable project idea!

  26. How do I make them when I live in Australia and can not get the ingredients

  27. Thanks for the idea. I am always looking for fun easy things to do with the kids. My 9 year old will love doing this she loves crafts and cooking.

  28. Be careful of peanut allergies his class mates might have. They are really cute will suggest this as something the Senior center can do they love their sweets. 

  29. These are adorable. I’d be hesitant taking them to a school however because lots of kids have peanut allergies, my grandson included. Ideas for an alternative for the Reeses egg? Thanks!

  30. Makes me wish my kids’ schools allowed peanut butter! Cute!

  31. I love this idea. My kids are 41 and 37 ( both disabled), but they will love doing this!