These little cuties are really cake balls but I couldn’t resist calling them Bunny Bum Bons. Actually I think I made them just so I could type those words. Bum Bons. It’s the little things that make me smile.
You can use my Basic Cake Pop instructions for the cake ball base.
Now, I usually dip cake balls using a spoon, but I used toothpicks for these to make it easier and also because I knew I could cover up the pinhole with a tiny tail.
Speaking of tiny tails… Mini marshmallows for the win. To make them look more fluffy, I pressed the marshmallows together a little and then made a few cross hatch marks with kitchen scissors.
When done, you can attach them to the cake balls with a bit of melted candy coating.
See… Sweet Bunny Bums.
Now for the feet.
Just pour melted white candy coating in a small squeeze bottle and pipe pairs of paws. Use a toothpick to help smooth and perfect the shape.
Here’s a template for reference if you need it. I think it helps to get pairs of feet the same size more quickly.
When dry, you can dot / draw on the paws with melted pink candy coating.
Enjoy and Hoppy Easter!!!
P.S. The green candy shred grass and candy coatings are from my Bakerella for Make’n Mold line if you want to check it out.