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My husband and I hosted Easter this year and I wanted to make a few treats for the kids that I haven’t made before. I’ve used candy melts to coat cookies balls many times and also to make candy bark. These little bunnies were inspired by the candy bark, they are easy to make and kid approved!
All you need is a bag of candy melts and some sprinkles. I bought this silicone bunny mold at Walmart, but have seen it at Michael’s too. You can usually find one for every season!
Start by asking sprinkles to the mold. I used the Spring/Easter themed mixes I found but you could also use solid colored sprinkles to match a theme if you make these for a party.
I usually melt the wafers in a double boiler, but for this recipe it’s easier to melt them in a sandwich bag in the microwave. Just follow the instructions on the package, then snip one of the corners so you have a piping bag. Before you add the candy melts to the mold, place it on a cookie sheet. The mold is very flexible so this will make moving it easier once filled. Fill the mold then tap the cookie sheet on the counter until the melted wafers are smooth.
You can put the sheet in the refrigerator if you need them to dry quickly, otherwise you can leave it on the counter until the wafers harden again.
These treats can be made for seasonal parties, or birthdays too. Add a few to a treat bag and tie with a ribbon for a party favor. The kids will love them and you will love how easy they are to make!