Friday, February 25, 2011

How to Make Marshmallow Bunny Pop

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Check out these marshmallow pops. Isn't it the perfect dessert idea for the Easter? Ok...I know it's still far far away from Easter, but I just can't wait to show you these bunnies I made last night.











- The little red spots on the face were drawn with food coloring and a toothpick.
- Forget about the teeth if you are planning to make lots of bunnies
- Check this post for another marshmallow bunny idea and tips for making marshmallow treats.

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25 comments:

  1. Adorable! I am already looking forward to Easter.

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  2. Thank you Angela. I'm looking forward to the egg hunt!

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  3. What a super cute idea! Your always so creative! I'm sorry about your Disneyland disaster. I hope you are all better!

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  4. These are adorable! Very creative and so simple to make. Love it!

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  5. Hi Jenni and Stephanie, thank you so much for the comments. So happy to know that you like it! Happy weekend :D

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  6. may I ask? How did you stick the ears, eyes, chicks and teeth on?
    Thanks.

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  7. Hi辣妈, I used white cookie icing to glue everything on the face. Take a look at the second picture, I cut open the marshmallow to insert the ears.
    Thank you for dropping by, and have a nice Sunday!

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  8. So stinking cute! My kids will love this!

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  9. Such a cute idea and great for Easter too! Definitely bookmarked :D)!

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  10. By the way, how did you stikc the eyes, nose, cheeks, etc? Thanks in advance :).

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  11. Thank you Susan!
    Cooking Gallery, thank you. I use store bought white color cookie icing as glue.

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  12. I Janifer, sorry that you didn't like this bunny. Thank you for dropping by thouth :D

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  13. Those are DARLING! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

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  14. Thank you so much Rachel. Can't wait to see them on One Pretty Thing ^^

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  15. these are great. sorry to bombard with questions ... but I tried tonight unsuccessfully and so I thought I would ask a few questions as they are so cute that I want to master !! ha ha.. I am also having trouble with the cookie icing sticking the marshmellow togethor - how long does it usually take?(can I check that you face the powdered face of the marshmellow outwards - ie. have the gooey side from cutting facing the back? which means you stick powdered side of ears to gooey side of back of head?) Also how long do they keep ? I assume best to keep out of fridge in airtight container?

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  16. Hi Jackei,
    The ears are not glued on the head. They are inserted into the head.
    Please take a look at the second picture, I cut an opening on top of the head. Also check this marshmallo bear post: http://www.cutefoodforkids.com/2011/01/marshmallow-pop-teddy-bear.html You can see more clearly how do I keep the ears on the head. Hope this helps.
    Since this bunny is made from only marshmallow and icing. It can be kept for a long long long time in room temperature. Put it in a airtight container will keep it from drying out.

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  17. Just stopping by to let you know that I've featured your craft on Family Fun Crafts! You can see it here:
    http://funfamilycrafts.com/marshmallow-bunny-pops/


    If you have other kid friendly crafts, I'd love it if you would submit them. :) If you would like to display a
    featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above.

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  18. Hi, may I know what brand of marshmallow you used. Cos my marshmallow can't stick the chocolate or icing when it dry. Maybe too much sugar on the surface of marshmallow.

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    1. I used no name brand.
      Marshmallow from Wal mart won't work!

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    2. Forgot to mention, you can use cookie icing as "glue"

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