chubby bunny krispie pops for Easter

Sooooooo, remember yesterday when I shared the recipe for coconut vanilla krispie treats and told you that you may want to make a double batch?  Now, you can cut them into squares and they will be delicious and your world will go on turning.  BUT!  Cut them out into cute little bunny shapes, stick them on a polka dot straw and tie them with a bright Spring ribbon?  Your world will be rocked with cuteness!

So first, you’ll need to whip up a batch of those coconut vanilla rice krispie treats.  Next, use a bunny cookie cutter (mine is 3.5 inches long) to cut bunny shapes from your pan of treats.  I could squeeze in 7 bunnies by careful cookie cutter placement :)  Spread them with melted white chocolate and press shredded coconut and white sprinkles onto the chocolate.  Allow to cool.  Here is what mine looked like:

Now, to make the even more adorable chubby bunny krispie pops, you’ll need polka dot straws (I found mine at Target in the seasonal Easter section), small cello bags and ribbons.

1.  Cut each straw in half and gently insert the cut end into the bottom of each bunny krispie treat.  You can squeeze the krispie treat around the straw to secure it.
2.  Place the pop in the cello bag.
3.  Tie it closed with a pretty piece of brightly colored ribbon.

These would be so cute to pass out to teachers, for a class treat (if your school allows homemade treats) or to tuck in an Easter basket!  How about a few more Easter ideas?

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  1. Oh, so yummy looking and festive, definitively pinning!

  2. Ahhh how cute are these! So much better than the chubby bunny I played in grade school!!!

  3. These are so cute.

  4. love this keri!!! pinning now. :)

  5. How stupid cute are those??? Very, I say…very!!!

  6. These are adorable… Bet they taste adorable

  7. How adorable! Must make these for Easter! Thanks so much for sharing! :)

  8. Sweeeeet! Love these little bunnies! :)

  9. These are adorable!

  10. Adorable Easter treat idea! ^.^

    Btw, I’m hopping by from Whimsy Wednesday and hope you’ll join my Bunny Blog Hop fun, too.

  11. These are adorable!!! Love the name… makes me laugh :P

  12. Oh good gravy, these are ADORABLE, Keri!! LOVE.

  13. Adorable – definitely want to try these!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing
    Visiting from HOMEWORK :)

  14. Thanks so much for linking up to Project Inspire{d} ~ these look so delicious (and chubby) ~ pinning to the party board as well.

    Have a great week.

    Hugs, Mary Beth

  15. LOVE THESE! SO CUTE! I’d love for you to come link this up at my Tuesday Time Out!

    Tuesday Time Out @ Reasons To Skip The Housework

  16. These are so cute! Visiting from Dukes and Duchesses Project Inspired!

  17. Love this idea for little ones. Did you put the white chocolate on just one side or on both sides? Too cute for words. Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Annabelle! I just added chocolate on one side but you could certainly dip the whole thing! Thanks so much for stopping by!


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