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Easter Bunny Brownies are a festive treat for Spring! Add frosting, festive sprinkles and a chocolate bunny for a festive Easter dessert!
Brownies are an easy and yummy treat that almost everyone loves, which makes them a perfect base when wanting to bake something festive for holidays. With just a little bit of icing, festive sprinkles and a chocolate bunny you have a fun Easter/Spring treat that is perfect for the Easter dessert table, Easter Egg Hunt, or school treat.
Ingredients needed for Easter Bunny Brownies:
- Brownies, prepared, cooled and cut into squares
- Frosting, colored green
- Festive Sprinkles, we used these
- Chocolate Bunny Candies, we used these but sometimes you can find chocolate bunnies at the Dollar store too
How to Make Easter Brownies
- Prepare your brownies according to box instructions. Let cool. Cut into squares.
- Color your icing green. (We just buy store bought icing to make this easy peasy!)
- Add icing to top of brownies. Top with sprinkles
- Add chocolate bunny to iced brownies.
What kind of icing do I use?
We love to use store bought icing when making simple treats like this. We grab a favorite can and add a pop of food coloring in whatever color we are looking for. If you want to use a homemade frosting recipe see our recipe card below. This is a smaller batch for icing but you will most likely still have extras.
Where do I find Chocolate Bunnies?
I found my chocolate bunnies at Walmart and Dollar Tree. They are the Palmer brand but any chocolate bunnies would work!
- 1/2 cup butter softened
- 2 cups powdered sugar plus 2-3 Tbsp additional if needed
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- 1/2 Tbsp. milk
- food coloring in desired color
- In a large mixing bowl, mix together butter and 1 cup powdered sugar.
- Add vanilla extract and milk and slowly add remaining powdered sugar. Mix until combined.
- Continue to add either milk or powdered sugar until desired consistency is met.
- Add drops of food coloring until desired color is met
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