Bunny Cookies…kids in the kitchen

Happy St. Patrick’s Day Friends!

Hope you all had a Fun weekend…We enjoyed amazing weather Saturday…perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day Parade and carnival and then playing outside as late as possible…and then it snowed Saturday night.  I kind of liked the Spring teaser…Bring on the 70 degree days!  

I know it’s St. Patrick’s Day and you’re all eating green shamrock shaped food…

But Easter is coming up and you might need some fun bunny shaped foods…

Maybe these yummy Bunny Cookies you can make with your kiddos!


Chocolate Covered Bunny Cookies
Get kids to have fun in the kitchen with these festive bunny cookies!
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  1. Peanut Butter sandwich cookies (I used Nutter Butter)
  2. Almond Bark or chocolate chips
  3. canola oil
  4. miniature marshmallows, cut in half diagonally
  5. ball shaped chewy sweetarts
  1. Melt Almond Bark in microwave in microwave safe bowl.
  2. Stir in 1 Tbsp. canola oil.
  3. Dip 1 cookie at a time into melted Almond Bark.
  4. Quickly press 2 marshmallow pieces onto top of bunny for ears.
  5. Press 1 round candy into bottom of cookie to make the tail.
  6. Allow to cool and set.
  7. Enjoy!
  1. I used 6 squares of Almond bark for 18 cookies and had some left over.
  2. Kids may not be able to dip into the hot chocolate, but they will have fun decorating the bunnies!
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We started with these yummy supplies…It was a challenge to keep enough for the cookies…

My boys wanted to snack along the way!


I cut most of the marshmallows, but did let the older boys cut a couple.


They’re almost too cute to eat…at least that’s what I thought!  My boys could hardly wait for them to cool!


Hoppy Easter…Hoppy Spring!


Hope you all have a week filled with sunshine, laughter, and a few sweet treats!



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      onekriegerchick says

      Thank you Winnie…I truly adore you and look forward to your sweetness every Tuesday! Hope you enjoy the rest of your week!

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    coffeewithus3lucy says

    These are so cute!! I bet my children would love making these! Thanks for sharing at our Easter Party!! Pinning.

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      onekriegerchick says

      Thanks so much…My boys love helping in the kitchen! Thanks so much for featuring them in your round-up too!


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