Bunny Donuts

Bunny Donuts

Easter is one of my favorite baking holidays, it's at least the cutest. Bunnies, chicks, lambs, oh my!

For these you can use whatever donuts you want. I found that other donut batter recipes don't work in my little mini donut maker so if you have a mini donut pan, instead of a maker that has a recipe included, here is Sprinkles Bakes recipe for baked mini donuts. You could also just buy premade donuts and make them full size bunnies. 

 

WHAT YOU'LL NEED
20 mini donuts
8 ounces bright white candy melts
2 ounces black candy melts
2 ounces pink candy melts
coconut oil
cooling rack
parchment paper
10 mini marshmallows
#2 piping tip
#1 piping tip
piping bags

Once you have your donuts, take your bright white candy melts and melt per instructions. Add a little coconut oil, like a pea size amount. It makes the candy melts a little thinner and easier to coat evenly and smooth. You can add a little more coconut oil if you don't think that was enough. Once you have your candy melts at the right consistency, dip your donuts in halfway and place them on a cooling rack over parchment paper.

Bunny Donuts | Sarah Makes Stuff

Then take your mini marshmallows and cut them half with scissors that you have dipped in water. The water makes it a lot easier to cut. Place them on the donuts before they have dried. 

Bunny Donuts | Sarah Makes Stuff

Then once dried, use the same white candy melts (you may have to reheat) in a piping bag fitted with a #2 piping tip to make the little ears.

Bunny Donuts | Sarah Makes Stuff

Then melt a little bit of black candy melts, and in a piping bag fitted with a #1 piping tip pipe on the eyes. And lastly, with melted pink candy melts in a piping bag with a #1 tip, pipe on the the pink inside of the ears on top of the white ears you made, and the little nose. 

Bunny Donuts | Sarah Makes Stuff
Bunny Donuts | Sarah Makes Stuff
Bunny Donuts | Sarah Makes Stuff
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