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Simple Bunny Marshmallow Pops

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Simple Bunny Marshmallow Pops
We made these fun Bunny Pops using marshmallows that we had on hand and left over heart candy (which I am sure a lot of you still have).

To make one of these you need…

2 Large Marshmallows
2 Square Marshmallows (the s’mores kind)
2 Mini Marshmallows
Pink Heart Candies and Mini Black Circle Candies
2 Edible Eyes
White Cookie Frosting and Chocolate Cookie Frosting (you could just use a hand full of chocolate chips)
Lollipop Sticks

We pushed our 2 large marshmallows on the stick. We cut the two square marshmallows in half. Cut around 2 halves with kitchen scissors and make the ears. Cut around the other square halves and make the feet. Dip the sides in a little bit of sugar if it is sticky. Decorate the feet and ears with the candy with your white frosting. Attach the ears on the head and the feet on the body with the frosting and let dry. Attach a pink heart candy on the face for the nose. Cut a mini marshmallow in half and attach on the face. We also attached a small white heart candy for the bunny teeth. Attach on the edible eyes. We piped whiskers onto wax paper and let dry and attached those. Ours were a bit big, I am sure you could make them look a little better. We attached on some arms on the sides from scraps. Attach the mini marshmallow on the back for the tail.

Side view…
Simple Bunny Marshmallow Pops
Back view…
Simple Bunny Marshmallow Pops
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How fun! Thanks for linking up to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." We love having you and hope you'll be back next week! -The Sisters

So cute! I'm going to make these this Easter. I'm so excited I found the eyes and hearts online at treasured birthdays and just ordered them, so I'll be all set to make them when Easter rolls around! Thanks for the cute idea! Jill

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