We have made Marshmallow Bunny pops before, but we wanted to do something different this year by adding pipe cleaners. We made some Curious George cake pops using pipe cleaners and they turned out so cute! We came up with 3 different fun and easy Easter Bunny Marshmallow Pops that they kids can help make as well!
Easter Bunny Marshmallow Pops
Regular, Jumbo, Stacker, & Mini Marshmallows (Jet-Puffed)
Orange Star Burst (for carrots)
Green & Pink Edible Grass
White Cookie Frosting (Betty Crocker)
Black Sprinkles (or edible eyes)
Pink heart candies (or sprinkles)
White Pipe Cleaners
Decorative Straws or Lollipop Sticks
For this bunny we started out by decorating a regular sized marshmallow. We cut a mini marshmallow in half and attached them on the front using the white frosting. We also attached black sprinkles for the eyes and a pink heart sprinkle for the nose. We cut a stacker marshmallow in half and cut around the edges to make ears. We attached them with white frosting. We wrapped a white pipe cleaner around the top of the straw leaving a opening at the top for the marshmallow. Cut off a piece of pipe cleaner to make the arms. We looped it at the bottom to make feet. We put a orange Starburst in the microwave for 8 seconds and then shaped it into a carrot. We pressed pieces of green edible grass in the top.
We also made a bunny tail with the pipe cleaner that looked like this….
For this bunny you want to use a jumbo marshmallow. Decorate the face using mini marshmallow halves, black sprinkles, pink edible grass, & pink heart sprinkles. Leave a opening at the top to wrap and loop the pipe cleaner into bunny ears….
We did the same with this bunny as the first, but added another regular sized marshmallow for the body. We wrapped a pipe cleaner around the middle to make the arms. We also cut a stacker marshmallow in half to make bunny feet. This bunny is holding jelly beans….
We also attached a mini marshmallow to the back for a bunny tail….
Here are my 2 older boys with their friend holding their Easter Bunny Marshmallow Pops! They loved them!:)
You can check out all of our other fun edible Easter creations HERE!