Easter Bunnies Biscuits

Bunnies with chocolate eggs

Here is a simple recipe to make delicious and terribly cute little Easter bunnies biscuits! You better make them just before you want to serve them because they are going to disappear fast!!!

My bunnies are holding small coloured chocolate eggs. You can also use almonds, marzipan carrots or whatever you think is suitable. Just remember to add it after having baked the bunnies!

To stick the chocolate eggs and draw the eyes of the bunnies I used a widely available sugar based writing pen. It’s a coloured sugar glaze and works fine as glue as well. You can also make your own glaze mixing lemon juice and icing sugar.


Easter bunnies cookies
Easter Bunnies Cookies with coloured chocolate eggs

Sharing the recipe here below with you. Did you notice, that it’s interactive? You can mark the ingredients and print it out.

Also if you want to save it on your Pinterest Boards for next Easter, simply hover over one of the pictures until the Pinterest Logo appears on the upper left corner, then click save and it’s on your boards!

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Bunnies cookies holding chocolate eggs
Cute Easter Bunnies Biscuits

AuthorLaura
DifficultyBeginner

A simple recipe to make cute and delicious Easter bunnies biscuits!

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Bunnies with chocolate eggs

Yields1 Serving
Prep Time40 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time55 mins

 150 g flour
 100 g cold butter
 50 g icing sugar
 1 qt egg yolk
 1 pinch salt
 1 tsp vanille extract
 20 qts chocolate eggs
 glaze or writing sugar pen

1

To make the dough mix all ingredients (flour, cold butter in cubes, icing sugar, salt and vanilla extract) until it all comes together.
Let the dough rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.

2

Pour some flour on your kitchen counter and on your rolling pin and roll out the dough (not too thin, 3 mm is fine).
Use the cookie cutter to cut out the bunnies and place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper.
Repeat until you use up all the dough. Make some simple thumbprints cookies with the leftovers.

3

Preheat the oven at 170C (fan).
Fold the arms of the bunnies, so that it looks like they are holding something.
Bake the cookies for approximately 12 minutes or until golden.
Let them cool down.

4

Now use a glaze or a coloured sugar writing pen (I used brown) to make the eyes of the bunnies and as a glue to stick the chocolate eggs. You can use almonds or marzipan carrots or anything you like instead of the chocolate eggs.
Enjoy and Happy Easter!

Ingredients

 150 g flour
 100 g cold butter
 50 g icing sugar
 1 qt egg yolk
 1 pinch salt
 1 tsp vanille extract
 20 qts chocolate eggs
 glaze or writing sugar pen

Directions

1

To make the dough mix all ingredients (flour, cold butter in cubes, icing sugar, salt and vanilla extract) until it all comes together.
Let the dough rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.

2

Pour some flour on your kitchen counter and on your rolling pin and roll out the dough (not too thin, 3 mm is fine).
Use the cookie cutter to cut out the bunnies and place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper.
Repeat until you use up all the dough. Make some simple thumbprints cookies with the leftovers.

3

Preheat the oven at 170C (fan).
Fold the arms of the bunnies, so that it looks like they are holding something.
Bake the cookies for approximately 12 minutes or until golden.
Let them cool down.

4

Now use a glaze or a coloured sugar writing pen (I used brown) to make the eyes of the bunnies and as a glue to stick the chocolate eggs. You can use almonds or marzipan carrots or anything you like instead of the chocolate eggs.
Enjoy and Happy Easter!

Easter Bunnies Biscuits

Looking for something savoury? How about my Ricotta and Spinach Pie?

Or if you are still searching for Easter Inspiration, you can see a selection of recipes here.

I wish you and your family a fantastic Easter! Lots of chocolate and good weather!


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