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Monday, March 29, 2010

Yummy (And Easy) Chicks and Bunnies for Easter!

I saw this great idea from The Popcorn Factory as a yummy and totally adorable Easter Treat.
But, rather than pay and arm and a leg for it, I decided to try and make my own! And If I do say so myself, they turned out great!

To make my bunnies and chicks I drew them on some wax paper to be my templates.
I flipped it over of course so I don't get Sharpie in my chocolate, then I used a piping bag full of melted and tinted white chocolate and just made my little animals. It was totally easy.
While they sat and hardened I made some rice crispy treats.
Once it was all cool and hard I covered the rice crispy treats with more melted chocolate. before the chocolate hardens I lightly pressed each chick and bunny on to my treats. I put them on smooth side up so no one will ever see all the imperfections on the bottom..

The next step is to decorate. . . I used half a mini marshmallow for each bunny tail, I used a toothpick with milk chocolate to make my chicks eyes. Another piping bag with some orange chocolate made my little chicks beaks and feet.
Let it all cool, cut, and enjoy!

Aren't they cute?!
And they taste as good as they look!





8 comments:

Crazy Daisy said...

2 Cute! Thanks for stopping by the Tuesday Tastes Party. I think you forgot to grab your party favor button - head over and grab one when you have a chance.

Heather@ My Frugal Family said...

They turned out great!

Kim said...

Such a great idea!! Will be using this one!

MrsJenB said...

How CUTE!!! I wouldn't even want to eat them, they're so darn sweet looking! :-)

LuckyStarErin said...

Oh my gosh..so cute! I love them! My kids would love to help make these. Thanks for sharing at LSL:)

Lisa @ Another Day Today said...

They look great! I will have to try them. :)

One 2 Try said...

Oooh I would buy yours! Thanks for participating in Friday Follow. I am catching up to the links. Rita @ One 2 Try.

Soasada said...

Conoci tú trabajo a través de un foro donde participo, me encantó la idea.
La traducción no es muy buena, pero es fácil entenderlo.
Gracias por mostrar tu idea, me encanta
Saludos desde Canarias, España
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