These Peeps Bunny Cupcakes are easy to make. And let’s not look over the fact that they’re so darn cute!
Y’all, how is it already March? This is year is flying by so quickly and there doesn’t seem to be much chance of slowing it down. Kids are on Spring Break, baseball season is about to kick off and then, before I know it, the school year will be over.
Lets say it all together…SLOW DOWN already!
When I’m feeling stressed and pulled in different directions, it helps me to plan ahead. I’m big on writing out lists and being able to cross things off of said lists. When I have everything written down, it helps to clear my head and allows me to focus on what needs to be done right then.
I’ve had a huge box of Peeps sitting in my office for a couple weeks now and I finally had some time to get in the kitchen and get creative. That’s how these Peeps Bunny Cupcakes came to life.
I know it’s only March, but April is just around the corner and Easter will be here shortly. It’s never too early to start your planning, y’all. My life runs much more smoothly when everything is planned out.
These Peeps Bunny Cupcakes were easy to make and decorate.
Bunny Cupcake Tips
Once your cupcakes are out of the oven and are completely cool, you can get to work with the decorating. The decorating doesn’t take long at all, and if you work in an assembly line of sorts, you’ll be done before you know it.
I lined all my cupcakes up on my counter top before preparing the icing. I read that Royal Icing dries fairly quickly, so I wanted to be able to get them all done before it dried. I also thinned the icing out a bit so that it would be easy to push through the decorating bag.
I didn’t have the proper Wilton tip for grass, so I made it work with the star tip 22. I worked quickly in an up and down motion to create little puffs that kind of resemble grass. I started out by going in a circle around the cupcake, and then finished by filling in the circle.
Once I had iced all the cupcakes, I assembled the bunny pick so that I could securely attach them to the cupcakes. I’m sure there are many ways to do this, but I used what I had on hand, and that was toothpicks. I placed a toothpick through the bottom half of each bunny while I let the icing harden a bit. Once each bunny was ready, I simply placed it in the middle of the cupcake using the rest of the toothpick.
See, I told you it was easy!
There is so much you can do with Peeps. I’ve got some fun things I’ll be sharing up until Easter, but you can search the #PeepsTreats hashtag on Twitter and Pinterest for instant gratification.
Want more Easter inspiration? Check out these posts:
Peeps Bunny Cupcake Recipe
Other items needed:
Peeps Marshmallow Bunnies
Leaf Green Icing Dye
Star Tip 22
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