Bunny Face Cupcakes Step x Step

Silly and sweet, these Easter Bunny Cupcakes are perfect for the kids table and can be easily made with storebought ingredients. Candy eyes, candy noses and foam ears make this project quick to complete and great opportunity for little hands to help. If you don't prefer storebought cake and icing, opt instead for our Vanilla Cake Recipe and Brenda's Bakery Icing for a burst of homemade flavor.



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Mini Silver Foil Baking Cup-Set of 45
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3/4 oz Yellow Gel Paste Food Coloring
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Paper Rabbit Ears - Set of 10
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Large Black Matte Pearls - 1.5 oz

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Pink Foil Baking Cups - Set of 30
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Light Yellow Sanding Sugar - 4 oz.
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# 10 Round Decorating Tip
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Red Candy Sixlets
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STEP 1: ICE CUPCAKES AND DIP IN SUGAR

Tint the buttercream light yellow with a touch of food coloring. Mound icing on each cupcake and smooth a best possible with a spatula. Place them in the fridge until the buttercream is firm.

Dump the sugar into a bowl and dip the chilled cupcakes in the sugar, rolling them around as necessary to cover the entire tops.

STEP 2: PIPE CHEEKS, ADD EYES, NOSE AND EARS

Place some additional buttercream in a piping bag fitted with a #10 tip. Pipe two round balls for the bunny cheeks. Then, dip your finger in water and gently tap down any peaks in the icing.


Place a red candy for the nose and two black pearls for the eyes.

Cut the gum pieces into smaller squares with a craft blade or paring knife to create the teeth and insert into the cheeks.

STEP 3: ADD FOAM EARS

Bend and tweak the foam bunny ears and insert into the large cupcakes.

For the mini cupcakes, use scissors to cut-out two small ears from one large foam ear. Bend and insert.


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