Are you the parent that wants to celebrate every single holiday? I seriously love holidays, and even though I don’t care much for receiving gifts, I love giving people things that make them smile! Now that RJ is getting a little older he’s into getting creative! This past Christmas was the first time he was excited about making cookies for Santa and the reindeer! SO of course now, I want to do all the holidays!
I think people have a love/hate relationship with Peeps. Is it just me or do all the colors taste different even though they’re pretty much the same exact thing? I used to be able to bust some Peeps DOWN when I was younger but now I can handle like one or two before I can’t do it anymore, too marshmallowy! This super cute idea for Peeps Bunny Cupcakes is kid friendly even for preschoolers! Super easy and you don’t have to be a master baker (of which I am not!) to make this cute Easter Treat! I use box cupcakes (though my mom could probably bake up something amazing for this!) and can frosting because my kids don’t care about the specifics THAT MUCH.
Kid Friendly Easter Peeps Bunny Cupcakes
- 2 dozen white cupcakes, unfrosted
- 1 can vanilla frosting
- blue food coloring
- 24 Peeps Bunnies
- Small zippered bag
- Wilton 1M Open Star Piping Tip
- (optional) sprinkles
- Put 3-5 drops of blue food coloring into the frosting, stir well until all of the frosting is colored.
- Put frosting into a piping bag.
- Pipe frosting onto the cupcakes.
- Insert a toothpick into the bottom of the Peeps Bunny
- Stick a Peeps Bunny in the center of frosted cupcake.
- Add sprinkles if desired.
Voila! I really love how simple they are and how my boys can assemble them with very little assistance. Blue is our favorite color around here, but you’re free to use whatever flavor, or version of peeps you love! I’m sure these would also be super cute with the chicks!
What are some of your favorite kid friendly easter treats? Are you a Peeps fan?
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