Bunny Butt Easter Cupcakes

Bunny Butt Cupcakes!  These are the cutest Easter Cupcakes ever!  Little bunny tooshies top your favorite chocolate cupcakes!

Bunny Butt Easter Cupcakes

Cute little bunny tooshies top your favorite chocolate cupcakes!  This is such a fun Easter treat!

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These are the cutest Easter cupcakes around!   Little Bunny Butts adorably adorn chocolate cupcakes.  You can use any type of chocolate cupcakes to put these together (homemade, store bought or boxed).

For the bunny body I used a melon baller to scoop out small balls of white cake (you can also use a small ice cream scoop).  Don’t worry if they’re not perfect, the coconut covers any flaws.  Donut holes will also work for the bunny body.

The feet are easy to put together and they do not need to be perfect or exact either!  Mine were 1″ long by just over 1/2″ wide.  You really only need a couple of pink candy melts for the toes.  If you don’t want to buy a whole package for the toes and you don’t have gel coloring to color the white melts, you could use frosting instead.

Bunny Butt Cupcakes!  These are the cutest Easter Cupcakes ever!  Little bunny tooshies top your favorite chocolate cupcakes!

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Things You’ll Need for This Recipe

* melon baller * white candy melts * shredded coconut *

Bunny Butt Cupcakes

Rating 

Serves: 12 cupcakes

Ingredients
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  • 12 Chocolate Cupcakes, baked
  • 6 White or Yellow Cupcakes OR 12 donut holes
  • 12 mini marshmallows
  • 1½ cups fine coconut
  • Chocolate cookie crumbs
  • 1 jar chocolate frosting
  • 1 jar vanilla frosting
  • 1 package white candy melts
  • pink candy melts or pink gel coloring (you will just need a couple of melts)
Instructions
  1. If using white/yellow cupcakes for the bunny body, using a melon baller, scoop out a ball of cupcake for each bunny body (you should be able to get 2 per cupcake). If you are using donut holes, cut a small slice off the bottom so it can sit flat.
  2. Frost each chocolate cupcake with chocolate frosting. Dip into the cookie crumbs.
  3. Place about 20 white candy melts into a small Ziploc bag and microwave about 20-30 seconds or until melted. Snip a small corner off and pipe little feet shape onto parchment paper (2 feet per cupcake plus a few extras just in case). Mine were 1" long by about ½" wide.
  4. Once cool, melt the pink candy melts in a small ziploc bag and pipe toes and the pads of the feet. Let set.
  5. Place ½ cup vanilla frosting in a small bowl. Microwave 10 seconds or until soft and slightly runny. Dip each white cupcake ball or donut hole in the vanilla frosting and then into the coconut. Gently press to adhere. Dip each mini marshmallow into the frosting and then the coconut. Let the bunny body and tail cool.
  6. Using white candy melts as "glue" stick the tail to the body (you can cut part of the marshmallow off if it is too big). With white candy melts stick the bunny butt to the cupcake. Finally use the candy melts to adhere the feet with the toes facing downward.
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Adapted from What’s New Cupcake

Cute little bunny tooshies top your favorite chocolate cupcakes!  These are easy to put together and the perfect Easter Cupcake for any get together!

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Comments

  1. Debbie says

    I have seen lots of bunny butt cakes out there but these are by far the cutest! I can’t wait to try them this Easter. Thanks for such a cute design.

  2. LeaLea says

    I think these are just precious, but one thing I wish you had done would have been to take step-by-step pictures rather than posting 4 of the “end” product. Thanks for sharing such a cute way of doing the Bunny Butt Cupcake!

  3. says

    Holly,
    These Bunny Butt Cupcakes are just adorable! Hope you have a very special weekend and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  4. Lynda says

    On the bunnies bottom how does the coconut stick to it.? Also the top of the cupcake how it looks like dirt, what is it..? cookie crumb on top of the chocolate frosting..? Please help me with this as soon as someone can thank you

  5. says

    My friend made these for a baby shower and they were the hit of the party! Now I know how she did it! 😉

    Thanks so much for sharing your creativity on Show-Licious Craft & Recipe Party! Please join us again this Saturday morning at 8:00 am EST! 😉

    ~ Ashley

  6. Gloria says

    I know everyone is thinking Easter with these cuties..but my sister & I are having a Mad Tea Party….these are PERFECT!!!! Down the rabbit hole….. Thanks for the idea!!!!

  7. Nancy Handley says

    Just found these bunny butts on Pinterest and I’ve got to say they are the cutest and I can’t wait to try these! My husband said ‘that’s just not right’ and then he laughed! Thanks for sharing!

  8. says

    I realy like the bunny butts for the feet i made the chocolate dough I then made a stencil of heavy paper with 6 feet and cut them out it goes fast and can be made ahead of time hanks

  9. karen says

    I’m making these, but in a different version. I made chocolate bowls. Made egg less cookie dough. Put a Cadbury fudge egg in the middle like the rabbit is searching for his treat. Then put a layer of ganache. And topping it off with a light & fluffy whipped vanilla cream. Then I “stole” you’re cute bunny but digging in the dirt (oreo crumbs) absolutely cute idea & thank you very much for sharing your recipe. I know I willmake quite an impression at Easter Dinner.

  10. Phyllis Latterell says

    Love them!!!!!! My daughter is making them as I’m typing. Having a little difficulty getting the feet to look right……I think just practice.

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