Mar 112018
 

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies ought to do the trick. They’re easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Here’s what you need:

  • 3/4 C. Butter, melted
  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 1 tbsp. vanilla extract
  • 1/4 C. granulate sugar
  • 1 C. packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp. baking soda
  • 2 C. flour
  • 8 oz chocolate chips
  • pink jelly beans
  • 12 Wilton chocolate candy melts
  • large candy eyes
  • disposable piping bag
  • small round frosting tip

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Here’s what you do:

1. Start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees.
2. Line an 8×8 or 9×9 baking dish with foil and spray it with non-stick cooking spray.
3. Combine the melted butter egg, egg yolk, vanilla extract, granulate sugar and brown sugar.
4. Slowly fold in the baking soda and flour.
5. Lastly, add in the chocolate chips.
6. Pour the cookie dough mixture into the prepared baking dish and evenly spread using the back of a spoon.
7. Place in the oven and bake 20-25 minutes.
8. Once it’s cooked completely, remove from the oven and let cool completely.
9. Once it has cooled completely, lift the baked cookie out of the baking dish.
10. Use the bunny cookie cutter to cut out each bunny and set aside.

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.
11. Pour 1/2 of the Wilton chocolate candy melts into a microwave safe dish. Heat in 30 second increments, stirring until melted. Let the chocolate cool a few minutes.
12. Attach the small round frosting tip to the disposable piping bag and fill with melted chocolate. A Ziploc bag will work in a pinch if you don’t have a piping bag.
13. Squeeze a small amount of melted chocolate onto the back of the jelly beans and eyes and put in place.

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.
14. Lastly, give each bunny a mouth by forming a double sided ‘J’. Repeat each step with all of the bunnies.

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Using a cookie cutter like the one I used should net you between 4-6 bunnies. Just be sure to cut them very close together.

If you are looking for a fun Easter treat, these Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies aught to do the trick. They're easy to make, super festive and sure to be a crowd pleaser.Hope you get a chance to make some Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies this year, too!

  32 Responses to “Chocolate Chip Easter Bunnies”

  1. That is a super cute idea for Easter! Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen an Easter treat like this. Great job.

  2. I love freshly baked cookies and these cookies came out terrific! I’m wondering how they’d turn out if I used a sheet pan to make more of them?

  3. These are absolutely brilliant. Love how they turned out and how wide-eyed your bunny is: totally looks ready for Easter.

  4. Talk about the cutest dessert for Easter! I would love to make this for my students, a simple clear packaging will do because once they see the bunnies, they’ll go nuts!

  5. Oh this will be so much fun to make with the grandkids. Easter bunnies and eggs they love to do. Not a difficult project which is really nice for the younger kids.

  6. How adorable! My 5-year old would love to help make these for Easter. I think it is a great dessert to make with kids. May even be great with pre-made cookie dough!

  7. That is such a cute idea! We have been looking for fun ideas to make for Easter. My kiddos would love creating these and eating them.

  8. These are totally adorable! I know that my daughter would have a blast helping me make these.

  9. So creative! I didn’t think of making these but I’m sure the family will love them. I think it’s a pretty awesome way to serve cookies this Easter! It would be nice to have these on the table.

  10. YEah, that cute little bunny wouldn’t get eaten here! Too darn cute! Love the smile. And yes, they really wouldn’t last a second over here

  11. A great DIY for the holiday.. Your kids must love you these cookies are so cute. I will use your recipe for great chocolate chip cookies that I can shape.

  12. I love chocolate chip cookies so these are right up my alley. Add the bunny to it and they are even better.

  13. Yum! And cute! So they are Yute! I’ll have to make these with my kids. We love our chocolate chip cookies.

  14. Those bunnies are so adorable! These would be perfect for a family Easter party.

  15. These are the tastiest bunnies I have seen all day. I love a chewy chocolate chip cookie!

  16. Oh my hoppity hop YUM!
    These are the cutest little bunnies ever! I can’t wait to make them with my granddaughter!!

  17. I love giving sweet treats to the kids during Easter and it’s really nice to make something this cute for them. It’s not going to take so much of your time either. Thanks for the recipe and idea!

  18. These cookies are absolutely adorable. The kids will love them for Easter.

  19. This is so creative and adorable! I might make these for Easter!

  20. These are so cute! I need to make them with my daughters. They’re really going to love this.

  21. Chocolate chip cookies are such a classic and always a big hit! But there turned into bunnies make them adorable and yummy, I know these would be fun to make. My kids could even help out!

  22. This is so cute and easy! I can’t wait to make it for our Easter brunch! My son will love it!

  23. Ahhhh! How cute is this??? I love chocolate chip cookies anyway. This would just make them so much more fun. Love it!

  24. Oh my kids are going to love these!!! I have to try these for them!

  25. These are so cute! My kids would love both making them and eating them! I’m going to bookmark for later this month!

  26. These are absolutely adorable! I have got to make a batch of these soon.

  27. I really wish I had thought of this first! This is one of the best recipes I have seen yet.

  28. Lovely looking chocolate bunnies. They look so good and must taste equally good if not better. What a nice dish to make for Easter. Something the kids will really love.

  29. These are really cute! Such a perfect treat for Easter!

  30. These look really adorable! I am going to have to try this for Easter. The kids would love it.

  31. I need to find that cookie cutter so I can make these for an upcoming Easter dinner. They are so cute, I’m sure everyone of all ages will enjoy them.

  32. My kids would absolutely love to make these with me! I think we might have just found something to do this weekend!