Today I’m sharing a simple way to make a simple and fun Easter dessert with very little effort. It can be fun to change things up and make these cute Easter cookies for your Easter brunch instead of loading up on candies. These are easy to make and you can even get the kids involved by decorating their own bunnies. This post contains affiliate links.
This worked perfectly with my schedule because I had an accident with my eye last weekend and that put me out of commission for a couple of days. I am healing slowly and thanks to the ability to zoom my computer settings, I am getting back to work. I am very thankful that my eyesight is coming back and for the wonderful support I received from friends.
I love putting Easter gifts together for friends and family too. I remember it was so exciting as a kid to open up the Easter basket and go on egg hunts in the backyard. Then we would get dressed up in uncomfortable ruffle dresses, tights and patent leather shoes from J.C. Penney for church. Now, these days, I love getting dressed up, but thankfully they are making clothes much more comfortable than they did when I was a kid.
This fun Easter dessert is very simple to do and even simpler when you use a store-bought cookie mix. All you is cookie dough, icing, and some lollipop sticks. I prepared the dough for rolled cookies about 1/4 inch thickness and used a bunny cutter. before baking the cookies, I inserted the sticks into the middle of the cookie.
You want to insert the stick about 1/2″ into the cookie. I like these sticks because they are colorful and longer.
Once the cookies have baked and cooled completely, I frosted them and uses candy eyes for the face.
They can be put in cellophane bags and tied with a ribbon, placed on each plate.
Or you can arrange them into a fun centerpiece. This also makes a fun gift for friends or relatives.
Buttercream Frosting Recipe
3 cups Powdered Sugar
1/2 cup butter, softened
1/4 cup Heavy cream or milk
Mix softened butter, milk and 1 cup sugar in a bowl.
Gradually add remaining sugar and blend well after each cup of sugar is added,
A stand or hand mixer is recommended for making this frosting.
If needed, add more milk or sugar for desired consistency.
Frost cooled cupcakes with a knife or using a decorating tip.
Easter Dessert – Assembling Bunny Cookie Pops
Sugar cookie dough – I have a great easy sugar cookie recipe here.
bunny head cookie cutter – I like this one.
Buttercream icing – recipe below.
Pink or Red food coloring
Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
Prepare cookie dough per recipe. You can also use a prepared dough.
Before baking, insert a lollipop stick into the base of each cookie (about 1/2 ” from the edge)
Bake cookies per directions.
Let cool completely.
Frost with buttercream icing (recipe below) and decorate faces.
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