How To Make Bunny Cupcakes

Next week I plan to share some fun, spiritual Easter activities we can do with our children – but today I’m featuring Janelle from Comfy In the Kitchen and her adorable bunny cupcakes!

She writes“I found a photo of these cute cupcakes on the Betty Crocker website a few years ago. As soon as I saw them, I couldn’t wait to make them for an Easter play date we had scheduled! The children at the play date went crazy when they saw them! Ever since, I have made them every year around Easter. I give each of my children a cupcake, individual ingredients, and I show them step by step how to turn their ordinary cupcake into a cute little bunny…they have so much fun!”

Make cupcakes as directed on the box. This particular mix used eggs, oil, and water.
I chose Funfetti because of the colors. You can use any cake mix you like.
Place in 12 jumbo cupcake liners or 24 regular cupcake liners. Bake as directed. I baked mine for 18 mins at 350.
When cool, frost all cupcakes with pink frosting, then using white frosting, make a circle for the bunny face.
To make the ears, cut a marshmallow in half lengthwise and cut a slit 3/4 of the way down. Dip sticky side into pink sprinkles like so.
Place ears on top of cupcake
For the eyes I used decorators frosting. However, I have used sugar dots attached to paper in the past…I couldn’t find them this year. The frosting worked just fine.
A jelly bean nose
Twizzler Pull n Peels (you may use black if you wish) for the whiskers
No sneaking into those jellybeans! LOL!
Cut the Twizzlers into small pieces
Here you have it…a cute little bunny

Love, Janelle

Thank you Janelle!!!!

Walk with the King!

If you are in need of some fresh new recipes – then visiting Janelle’s blog at Comfy In the Kitchen is a must! She also has a Feasting In Fellowship Friday Link-Up Party happening right now – join the fun!!


  1. says


    I am new to your blog. Just started participating in your Wed Link Ups. . .I so love seeing all the posts that get linked up. . there are so many that I am interested in each week. I just thought I would let you know that if you are looking for additional activities to teach your kids the true meaning of Easter, I have several on my blog. These are the activities we do with our 5 kids (ages 5 to 14). You can check them out here:

  2. kimmya says

    As soon as Reagan saw these on the screen she got so excited and wanted to know how to make them! I think I know what treat we are taking to easter dinner. (for the kids of course;))

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