Little Bunny Bites: 7 Toddler-Friendly Easter Treats

Photo by: Spoonful
Easter Bunny Cupcakes
So sweet! This is a fun recipe that you could do with your toddlers.

Ingredients

A cupcake (baked from your favorite recipe), white icing, shredded coconut, ... more 
Photo by: Spoonful
Easter Bunny Cupcakes
So sweet! This is a fun recipe that you could do with your toddlers.

Ingredients

A cupcake (baked from your favorite recipe), white icing, shredded coconut, pink decorators' sugar, jelly bean nose, chewable Sweet Tart eyes, a large marshmallow, mini marshmallows

Directions
  1. Frost a cupcake (baked from your favorite recipe) with white icing and sprinkle on shredded coconut fur.
  2. Cut a large marshmallow in half widthwise. Squeeze each half slightly to give it an oval shape, then decorate the sticky side of each one with pink decorators' sugar and set them in place for ears.
  3. Add a jelly bean nose and either jelly bean or snipped Sweet Tart eyes, and mini marshmallows for cheeks. For a finishing touch, draw on decorators' gel pupils or whiskers if you like.
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Thu, Mar 28, 2013 4:02 PM EDT
We don't really celebrate Easter in our family - although we definitely celebrate the coming of Spring's rebirth and renewal in a traditional Anishinaabe way. We also practice the coming of the Easter Bunny. I mean, obviously.With that comes candy. Treats. So much yumminess everywhere. While I fully support letting one's toddler have a first taste of chocolate or candy in the spirit of the holiday…I also support finding and making sugar-free options to feed our little sweethearts. I'd like to think that babies should be able to partake in the treat having, even if it is in some small way. Which is why I've curated (and made), a selection of recipes to suit a wide array of sweet-tooths and dietary allowances… By Selena Burgess



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