Easter has always been one of my favorite holidays. Dying eggs, baskets, candy, Easter dresses, bonnets…what’s not to love? We used to dye eggs every year. My sister is the artistic one in our family and would make the prettiest eggs. Mine never turned out so great so I would always have her finish my eggs. I would try to take the credit, but I am not a very good liar:)
We used to make Bunny Tails every year too. These were my favorite because even I could make them look good. You don’t need to be an artist to make Bunny Tails. They are easy to make and so stinkin’ cute!
To make Bunny Tails you only need three ingredients-marshmallows, white chocolate, and coconut. I told you they were easy! And of course they taste good too! You can’t go wrong with combining sugar, chocolate, and coconut.
All you have to do to make a Bunny Tail is dip the marshmallows in melted white chocolate and sprinkle them with coconut. Let them dry and you are good to go!
Bunny Tails are so fun to make with the kiddos. I tried to have Caleb help me, but he got distracted. Caleb and Josh (my other child) started playing catch with the marshmallows. Caleb thought they were balls:) Marshmallows were flying everywhere! I guess they the boys didn’t appreciate the cute little bunny tails. Where was my sister when I needed her? 🙂
Set aside some time to make Bunny Tails for Easter this year! They are a fun and easy treat! You can package them up and add these cute and free Bunny Tail tags and give them as gifts. They would also be a great addition to an Easter basket!
These Bunny Tails are adorable. I think Peter Rabbit will even be jealous of these bushy bunny tails! 🙂
- 12 Large marshmallows
- 1 cup white chocolate chips melted
- 1 cup sweetened coconut flakes
- Dip half of a marshmallow into the melted white chocolate. Sprinkle coconut over the chocolate. Place the marshmallow chocolate side up to dry.
- Note-bunny tails can be stored in an air-tight container for 3-4 days.
Have you tried this recipe?
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These are the cutest things I’ve seen. I can’t believe how easy. Thanks for sharing.
Looks like there will be a lot of Bunny Tails around this year.
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I’m not a big marshmallow fan but these are cute. I might try dipping thick banana slices in white chocolate and coconut instead. An other ideas for a marshmallow substitute?
Those are adorable – and a perfect pre-Easter activity with my grands! Thanks, Maria!
wow – so cute and easy!
My kids will love these!
My boys would love these!
Peanut butter eggs
I’ve recently become re-obsessed with coconut! Love these bites!
they are so precious! I need to try them!
These bunny tails are adorable and so easy! Awesome!!
Can’t wait to try this delicious looking recipe….marshmallows are a favorite
Love your blog and H&D one of my favorites – Moose Crunch!!!
Those bunny ears are absolutely adorable, Maria! What a fun project to do with the kids.
I follow Two Peas on Pinterest!
These are super cute! 🙂
These are too cute!
What a fun basket! All that chocolate, and fruit for health!
I raised 3 boys – I can just envision the marshmallows flying around the room. Cute recipe – looks good.
Very sweet 🙂
Those bunnies are so cute!! I am making these this weekend!
What a fun idea! We are SO making these. 🙂
I would love to make these out of mini marshmallows – maybe even the pastel colored ones, so you could just pop one in your mouth. Cute!
These sound so easy and they look really good!
Those look so cute and so simple to make! Will give it a go! Happy Spring!!
These look so cute and so delish! love them!
Such a fun, super easy idea.
malted eggs, yes, that’s what I meant. yum, malt…
Love these bunny tails! Fave Easter candy? I am trying UNREAL candy this year.
Those are seriously so cute! My girls would not only love making them but of course eating them too 🙂
Great giveaway! I love how easy these little bunny tails are, too!
Great giveaway + I love the name of these sweet treats 🙂
I love the easter bunny tails and their great for mr since I’ve had back surgery I can’t stand and cook like I use to and I so miss it and these I can make with the kids,Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I love Two Peas In a Pod!
I love fun and easy to make treats! That basket looks delish!!
These are so cute and easy to make. I love them!!
my dad makes these but dips them in melted butter and rolls the whole marshmallow in (sometimes colored) coconut. I’ve never seen them anywhere else. love your “bunny tail” take!
These look and sound delicious. Might have to make them this weekend!
These are soooo cute Maria!!!
Maria – A substitution for coconut? One of my grandchildren does not like. Thanks.
These are super cute! My kids are going to love making them.
Thank you! Happy Easter to you both! 🙂
Great to do with kids as well!
My favorite candy is Cadbury’s cream eggs
these bunny tails are so cute!! i love how easy they are to put together too if you’re having an Easter spread. love it 🙂
My kids would love these on Easter! So simple…but classy!
They are going in my Easter baskets! Great (and easy) idea! Thanks –
So adorable Maria.
This is so cute! Such a great idea.
Adorable! My little man is going to love making and eating these! Thank you for such a cute idea 🙂
This looks like something I can actually “do” with my little 3!:)
These remind me of Australian marshmallow bunnies covered with coconut! So good!!!
Too cute and not to mention easy!
I had never thought of this! They are so cute. Love them!
Love coconut! Cute idea for Easter.
The bunny tails are so cute! I’m going to try this with my boys this Easter. Thanks for posting!
Now htis is a great idea to do with my grandson
These are too cute!!!
Cutest bunny tail ever! And it’s edible, so that’s a bonus 😉
I absolutely loove coconut!! These bunny tails are too precious, what a cute idea 🙂
I like Reeses peanut butter eggs
These are absolutely adorable! Love em!
Oh my gosh! These are so adorable! My kids will love them!
Great giveaway! I love Harry and David
So cute! I wish my daughter like coconut!
Everything looks so pretty and good. Yum!
Making these today! Thanks
Oh my goodness, Maria, these are precious!
Marshmallow bunnies dipped in dark chocolate!
I love these, so creative! haha, ben’s my big kid and would end up doing the same. boys…
Such a cute idea and I’m sure they taste amazing! I love all three of those ingredients so I’d have a hard time not eating all of them =).
The bunny tails are so cute!! I love the white coloring on them. This is adorable!
Too cute. I love it.
Thank you cannot wait to try these. .Happy Easter