White Chocolate Easter Bunny Candy #easter

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I have always enjoyed the winter holiday season. The stretch from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve has always been one of my favorite times of the year. But now that I have kids, I find myself enjoying other smaller holidays just as much. I like a reason to get crafty and make cute things with the kids. And I also welcome a good reason to bake up some goodies in the kitchen! And Easter is a great reason to make White Chocolate Easter Bunny Candy! I think these little bunnies will be a hit at our family Easter get together!

White Chocolate Easter Bunny Candy #easter

 White Chocolate Easter Bunny Candy

What you need:

What you do:

  1. Melt Wilton chocolate in a microwave safe bowl stopping and stirring every 30 second until melted.
  2. Let cool 1­2 minutes.
  3. While the chocolate is cooling, add enough Easter/Spring nonpareils to cover the bottom of each candy mold.
  4. Once the chocolate is cool enough, pour into each candy mold until full.
  5. Place in the fridge to set (about 1­2 hours).

Once the chocolate is set, the candies the candies will pop right out of the molds. Super fun and really easy to do with the kids!

White Chocolate Easter Bunny Candies #easter

What I love about these is that you can easily change them up. By choosing a variety of sprinkles and even different colored candy melts, you can create a whole rainbow of fun Easter bunnies this year! Wouldn’t they be darling as part of an Easter place setting?

What sweet treats do you enjoy around Easter time?

Comments

  1. Laura J says

    Oh how cute! They really look yummy and Carter just loves to help make things like this! Anything with Sprinkles! :)

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