Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Bunnies PLUS Free Printable!

Last year, I showed you how to have the best Easter Egg Dyeing party ever! One of the fun things I did for the party was have the most adorable treats for the kids. I mean, what’s a party without fun treats, right?

chocolate dipped marshmallow bunnies

These chocolate dipped marshmallow bunnies took little time to prepare but definitely were a hit at the party.

Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Bunnies

You will need:

Melt your white chocolate per instructions on bag. Once you have a little bit melted, dip your paper straws in the melted chocolate and insert them into your bunnies. While the chocolate is continuing to melt, place your bunnies in the freezer so they stick better to your paper straws.

Once your chocolate is fully melted, dip your bunnies! Make sure you let the excess chocolate run off or you will have chocolate dripped all down your straw.

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Before the chocolate hardens, add a jelly bean for the tail!

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Let your bunnies dry! You can place them in the freezer to speed up the drying time.

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You can either display these for your party or you can hand them out as favors! I created these fun treat bag toppers just for our little bunnies.

Download Your Free Printable “Peeps for my Peeps!” Favor Bag Topper

Free Printable Peeps for my Peeps! Favor Bag Topper

This printable set includes two “Peeps for My Peeps!” Favor Bag Topper. Download your free printable “Peeps for My Peeps!” favor bag topper file, print the pages on heavy cardstock, cut them apart, and you have instant Easter favor bag toppers!

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Looking for more Easter Fun? Make sure you check out my 5 tips for hosting an Easter Egg Dyeing Party!

5 Tips for Hosting an Easter Egg Dyeing Party

And while you are in the Easter Egg Dyeing mood, check out how we dyed eggs this year with Kool Aid!

how to dye easter eggs with kool aid

If you little ones dyeing eggs this year, make it easy for them by using a wisk to help them dye easter eggs!

dying easter eggs

What the Peep Blog Hop & #Giveaway! #Win a Target gift card!

Marshmallow Peeps are everywhere! We’ve got 14 bloggers with all kinds of recipes and crafts for marshmallow Peeps! Looking for more fun ideas? Check all these great ideas:

White Chocolate Peeps Pops from Foody Schmoody
Peeps Ideas for Easter from Organized Island
Peeps Edible Play Dough from By Trish Sutton
Festive White Chocolate Pies from House of Faucis
Smores Peeps Pops from The Bitter Side of Sweet
Marshmallow Peeps Hair Clip from The TipToe Fairy
Peeps Brownies from My Big Fat Happy Life
Peeps Easter Bunny Pudding Cups from For the Love of Food
Easter Peeps Bunny Bags from Nap Time Creations
Peeps Baked Lemon Cake Donuts from The Foodie Affair
Peeps Easter Basket Cupcakes from One Hoolie Mama
Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Bunnies with FREE Printable from A Grande Life
Peep Tarts Martini from An Affair from the Heart
Peeps Cotton Candy Easter Sundae from An Alli Event

We can’t wait for Easter with all these Peeps ideas! Now you can enter to win a Target gift card so you can make all these fun ideas! Enter below. Good luck!

What the Peep Blog Hop & #Giveaway! #Win a Target gift card!

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*This blog hop and giveaway are not associated with Target or Marshmallow Peeps. All gift cards will be sent electronically.

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  1. Love the colorful ‘tail’ added to the chocolate bunnies. You are one brave mama to host a party that involves kids and dye! (o: Sounds like a fun party! Oh and thanks for the fun printable.

  2. Fantastic pictures… And I love your whole presentation. I get so intimidated sometimes trying to pull stuff like this off because I feel like it never looks as perfect as the pictures. Honestly though, this looks really approachable and beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

  3. Love the peeps idea! I’m definitely going to do this with my daughter (along with your kool-aid dyeing trick!). Easter is shaping up to be quite a fun time for us, thanks to your tips! Stopping by from #shinebloghop 🙂

  4. What a cute idea! I don’t love Peeps, but they make such a great gift! And dying eggs with Kool Aid is so smart. I’m always intimidated by egg dying; mostly because I don’t want to get the coloring everywhere, haha!

  5. How cute! I love their colorful little jelly bean bunny tails. The kids are going to love these. Thanks for linking up at This Is How We Roll Thursday.

  6. Hello!! Just wanted to let you know I will be using this in a round up (posting soon) from the Teach Me Tuesday party! Very much appreciate you linking up with us 😉

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