Bunny Pretzels & Easter Extravaganza

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It’s almost Spring.

I have to keep telling myself that. Because currently, outside my window all I see is a flurry of snowflakes whipping through the air.

But this is the last of it…or at least that’s what ‘they’ keep saying.

If you live in a state where you have four distinct seasons, you hear me loud and clear.

These bunnies though, they scream spring and hint that there really is warm weather around the corner. Never mind the fact that there is eight inches of snow on the ground and snowmen still standing in virtually every neighbors’ yard…

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Enough with that though – do you know Hani from Haniela’s? Well she’s hosting an Easter inspired party where you will find these at!

Keep reading to see all the other Easter treats and crafts that were created by other bloggers!

These bunnies are oh-so-cute are really fairly easy to pull together…

Bunny Pretzels

I used mini marshmallows for the ears. I cut the marshmallow in half diagonally and pressed the sticky side into pink decors.

Just like I did for the Bunny Cake Bites, only using smaller marshmallows.

Then dip the pretzel rod in Vanilla CandiQuik and attach the ears and nose.

For the nose, I used a heart-shaped sprinkle

Hold the ears in place for a few seconds until the coating begins to set.

Once the coating is completely set, draw on the eyes and mouth!

I use the Americolor Gourmet Writer, as it’s the only edible marker that I’ve had success with.

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Happy Easter!

Bunny Pretzels
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Cute bunnies made out of pretzel rods and vanilla candy coating! A fun treat to make for Easter!
Serves: 24
  • Mini marshmallows
  • 1 (16 oz.) package Vanilla CANDIQUIK Coating
  • 24 pretzel rods
  • Pink sugar décor sprinkles
  • Black edible marker or cake writing icing (ex: Americolor Gourmet Writer)
  1. Cut each marshmallow in half diagonally. These will form the bunny ears. Sprinkle with pink decors onto the sticky side of the marshmallow (for best results, press the sticky side of the marshmallow into the sprinkles).
  2. Melt Vanilla CANDIQUIK Coating in tray according to the directions on the package.
  3. Dip about ¾ of each pretzel rod in the coating and place on wax paper.
  4. Before coating has set, press the marshmallow ears on the top of the pretzel, holding in place until set, and press one heart-shaped sprinkle on as the nose.
  5. Once dry, draw two dots for eyes with black edible marker or cake writing icing.

Scroll down to see everything else that is featured at Haniela’s 2013 Easter Extravaganza…

3D Easter Bunny by Marielle – De Koekenbakkers

Chick Cupcakes by Robin – Bird On A Cake

Mrs. Bunny Centerpiece by Myriam – Chapix Cookies

Cheesecake Easter Eggs by Beth – Hungry Happenings

Cho “Bunny” Greek Yogurt Pops by Jill – Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Hidden Easter Eggs by Stephanie – Ellie’s Bites

Easter Egg Cupcakes by Liz – Hoosier Homemade

Easter Treat Pouches by Elena – Just Me

Mini Meringue Cake by Karyn – Pint Sized Baker

Bunny Cake by Kathia – Pink Little Cake

Easter Gumball Machine by Marlyn – Montreal Confections

Easter Island by Laura – A Dozen Eggs Bake Shoppe

Easter Bunny Sandwich by Michelle – Creative Food

Bunny Garland by Sue – Munchkin Munchies

Egg Hunt Pound Cake by Jennifer – Not Your Momma’s Cookie

Dutch Easter Egg by Lorraine – Lorraine’s Cookies

Easter Egg Painting Chicks by Mike – Semi Sweet

Easter Basket Cookies by Amber – Sweet Ambs Cookies

The Carrot Patch Cake by Kim – The Partiologist

Cookie Bunny Pop by Meaghan – The Decorated Cookie

Pretzel Bunnies by Sarah – Miss CandiQuik

I, Robot Egg Cookie by Hani – Haniela’s

Linked to the following parties: Pint Sized Baker, Inside Bru Crew Life, Kitchen Meets Girl, DJ’s Sugar Shack

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