Easter Bunny Cake Bites Recipe
Easter is such a wonderful time to get together with family. We always have a huge Easter celebration for our family. There’s always lots of food, fun and Easter egg hunting! Be sure to check out our 6 Tips on How to Host an Easter Party for Kids. You’ll want to be sure you have some of these cute Easter bunny cake bites for the kids too! Learn how to make them below!
What’s your favorite Easter recipe?
Easter Bunny Cake Bites
Yields: 40 cake balls
- 2 12 oz. packages of white chocolate chips
- 1 box white cake mix (plus required ingredients)
- ½ cup vanilla or cream cheese frosting
- 1 bag large marshmallows
- 40 mini marshmallows
- Pink sugar sprinkles
- Pink heart shaped sprinkles
- ½ cup chocolate chips
- Prepare and bake cake as directed on box. Let cool completely.
- Crumble cake into a large bowl. Add frosting and mix thoroughly (it may be easier to use fingers to mix together).
- Roll mixture into 1” balls. Chill in the refrigerator for approximately 1 hour (or freezer for 30 minutes).
- Cut the edge of a large marshmallow diagonally in the shape of ears. Place the sticky side of the marshmallow into a bowl of pink sugar sprinkles.
- Roll mini marshmallows in hands to create a ball that will be the bunny tail.
- Once cake balls are cooled, melt white chocolate according to package directions. Using a fork, dip and completely coat cake ball. Let the excess drip off and place on a wax lined baking sheet.
- Quickly, before white chocolate dries, place 2 marshmallow pieces (ears) on top of the cake ball, and hold in place until the coating sets. Then stick one heart-shaped sprinkle on the front of the cake ball for the nose, and a mini marshmallow tail on his behind. Repeat until all cake pops are used.
- Melt chocolate chips in microwave. Place melted chocolate in a bag with a very small round frosting tip. Draw two dots for eyes.
Will you be making these cute Easter bunny cake bites for your Easter celebration?
Jennifer Heintz says
I love the look of those easter bunny bites. I am pinning the recipe for my daughter, as she is the baker. If I tried with these tired hands, I am not sure they would look like bunnies!
mary czerczyk says
This doesn’t look hard to make at all and it turns out so cute. I love this recipe.
nicole dziedzic says
These are just too cute not to make, awesome for Easter treats, perfect for baskets.
Alaina Brown says
Almost too cute to eat! =]
Those are so cute. I love seeing all of these creative dessert recipes. I could never come up with something like that.
denise low says
These are just sooooo cute. I will have to show these to my grown-up kids. Thank you for the recipe.
Dianna Davis says
ih these are sooo cute!! I love the pictures– it really helps to see what needs to be done to get the final bunny. Thanks so much —I love it
Lisa Ehrman says
These are really cute! Thanks for sharing the step-by-step directions. I’m sure I couldn’t do it without pictures 🙂
Lisa Coomer Queen says
These are so dang cute! I have already pinned it! My grandchildren will love these.
denise low says
Thank you for the recipe. They look to cute to eat. I love this one.
Rita Corey says
That is so incredibly cute! I’m going to pin it.