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.
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!
Ingredients You’ll Need
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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?!
Easter Bunny Reese's Egg Cars
- Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs
- Mini M&M's
- Chocolate Cookie Frosting
- Annie's Bunny Graham Crackers
- Cut an opening in the top of a Reese's egg. To prevent breaking, run your knife under hot water first.
- Attach a regular sized M&M's on the bottom for wheels with chocolate cookie frosting.
- Attach mini M&M's for the steering wheel & head lights with frosting.
- Press the bunny grahams in the drivers seat.
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