“I love no BUNNY BUTT you!” What an adorable sentiment. Bunny butts seems to be everywhere on Pinterest these days. I’ve put together nine of my favorite bunny butt recipes and crafts for you just in time for Easter.
First up, Bunny Butt Cupcakes from the Spend With Pennies blog. Aren’t they adorable? I’m definitely making these for my kids for Easter.
Or maybe I’ll make a big Bunny Butt Cake. This Betty Crocker recipe couldn’t be easier. The shredded coconut is the icing on the cake . . . literally.
There’s no baking at all with these Backside Bunnies from Hungry Happenings. Just a little melted chocolate, vanilla wafers, and mini marshmallows.
Pillsbury makes these Bunny Butt Cookies easier than ever to make. Start with refrigerated sugar cookie dough and ready-to-spread frosting.
Here’s another great recipe from Hungry Happenings. Brownie Bunny Butts use your favorite brownie mix and adds peanut butter cups for the feet. I’m definitely making these, too.
This Little Pig Stayed Home . . . and made Bunny Butt Pancakes. Mix up your favorite pancake batter and make some pancakes the given sizes and shapes. (You have to scroll down the page a little to see how they’re put together.) What a great way to start Easter morning.
Are you a crafter? I love to make greeting cards. This Bunny Butt Easter Card was made by Linda from Craftaholics Anonymous. She used a Silhouette cutter to make her bunnies and letters, but you could simply cut them out of paper and get the same effect.
Here’s another card called Down The Rabbit Hole from Crystal at Rustic Daisy Studio. She tells you just what sizes and shapes you need to make the bunny. If you don’t own paper punches, you could just cut shapes out of craft paper with your trusty scissors.
Oh, No Bunny! is just about the cutest bunny butt craft I’ve ever seen. Red Mommy Crafts gives great instructions that I’m definitely going to use. I just have to get out my bag of pom poms. What color bunny will I make? Probably a white bunny, a gray bunny and a brown bunny at least!
I hope you try a couple of these Bunny Butt ideas. Any one of them would look great on your Easter table. If you need a tablecloth underneath all that cuteness, make sure to visit Bright Settings for all your table linen and napkin needs. Also, check out our blog posts on Festive Easter Tables and Ideas For Your Easter Table for even more ideas. Until next time, “Abadee abadee abadee, that’s all folks!”