- Powdered Sugar Mini Donuts
- Jet-Puffed Stacker Marshmallows (I purchased mine at Walmart)
- Bunny Cookie Cutter
- Red Food Coloring
- Q-tips or Small Brush
- Lollipop Sticks
- White Chocolate Chips or Almond Bark
- Piping Bags or Regular Zip-Top Bags
- Small, Round Pink Candies
You will need two ears for each bunny pop you are making.
Carefully insert a toothpick through the bottom of each ear, as shown. Note: If you are making the pops for very small children, I would recommend using the flat variety of toothpicks rather than the really pointy ones I used here.
Mix about 2 tablespoons of milk with 2-3 drops of food coloring, until you achieve a color that is your desired level of “pinkness.”
Now, use a Q-tip (or a small brush) to paint a nice, pink center on each ear, as shown. Allow your milk “paint” to dry completely.
While your ears are drying, melt 1/4-1/2 cup of white chocolate chips (the amount needed will depend on the number of pops you are making) in a microwave-safe bowl at 50% power, stopping to stir every 30 seconds, for about 1-1/2 minutes total.
Dip you lollipops stick in your melted chocolate, and insert a stick through the bottom center of each donut.
Pour a bit of the melted chocolate into a piping bag (or a zip-top bag), and pipe a small amount at the center of each donut, as shown. Use this as the glue to adhere a pink candy nose to each pop.
Finally, insert your ears on the top of each pop, as shown. Finish your pops with a ribbon bow-tie, if desired.