Easter Bunny Pudding Cup Treats Kids Will Love

A fun Easter treat for kids, these cute Easter bunny pudding cup treats are easy to make and super cute.

You can use these for class parties or as a fun snack for the kids to enjoy for Easter. They are easy to make and you only need a few ingredients which is the best part.

Easter Bunny Pudding Cups

Easter Bunny Pudding Cup Treats Kids Will Love

Easter Bunny Pudding Cup Treats

Aren’t these Easter bunny pudding cups just adorable? I cannot wait to serve them for Easter and I think the kids will be excited about them!

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What You Need to Make These Easter Bunny Pudding Cups

  • Vanilla Pudding Cups (if you prefer chocolate, you can use chocolate pudding)
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Shredded Coconut
  • Large Marshmallows
  • Pink Sugar Sprinkles
  • Jelly Beans
  • Candy Eyes

We used pink sugar sprinkles for the ears, but you can use different colors. We plan on making some with blue and green sprinkles to change them up.

The same goes for the jelly beans. We loved using red or pink jelly beans, but any color can be used.

When it comes to the pudding, we used vanilla. If you want to use another flavor, you can. Any of your favorite pudding cup flavors will work.

Easter Bunny Pudding Cup Treats

How to Put Together the Easter Bunny Pudding Cup Treats

  • Take off the lids of the pudding cups and sprinkle the top of each one with the shredded coconut.
  • Place two candy eyes on top of each pudding cup so that we can start to make the face.
  • Place a single jelly bean on the pudding to make the nose.
  • On both sides of the pudding, place 3-4 pretzel sticks to make the bunny whiskers. You can push the pretzels down into the pudding just a tad so that they stay still.
  • Take a large marshmallow and cut it diagonally. After you cut them, take the sticky side and dip it into the sugar sprinkles. We like to coat them so that you can see the sprinkles well.
  • Then, stick the marshmallow ears, sprinkle side facing in, into the pudding cups. Push it down just a tad so that they stay in place.

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Easter Bunny Pudding Cup Treats Kids Will Love

Easter Bunny Pudding Cups

A fun Easter treat for kids, these Easter bunny pudding cup treats are easy to make and super cute.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 4 people

Ingredients
  

  • Vanilla Pudding Cups (if you prefer chocolate, you can use chocolate pudding)
  • Pretzel Sticks
  • Shredded Coconut
  • Large Marshmallows
  • Pink Sugar Sprinkles
  • Jelly Beans
  • Candy Eyes

Instructions
 

  • Take off the lids of the pudding cups and sprinkle the top of each one with the shredded coconut.
  • Place two candy eyes on top of each pudding cup so that we can start to make the face.
  • Place a single jelly bean on the pudding to make the nose.
  • One both sides of the pudding, place 3-4 pretzel sticks to make the bunny whiskers. You can push the pretzels down into the pudding just a tad so that they stay still.
  • Take a large marshmallow and cut it diagonally. After you cut them, take the sticky side and dip it into the sugar sprinkles. We really like to coat them so that you can see the sprinkles well.
  • Then, stick the marshmallow ears, sprinkle side facing in, into the pudding cups. Push it down just a tad so that they stay in place.

Notes

We used pink sugar sprinkles for the ears, but you can use different colors. We plan on making some with blue and green sprinkles as well just to change them up.
Same goes for the jelly beans. We loved using the red or pink ones, but any color can be used.
When it comes to the pudding, we used vanilla. If you want to use another flavor, you can. Any of your favorite pudding cup flavors will work.
Keyword dessert

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