Bunny Face Cookies

Just in case you’re wondering, I am totally aware that Easter is over.  But if ol’ Willy Wonka can do it, so can I.  I’m getting ahead.  Or maybe just catching up.  In any case, I made these cookies and took lots of pictures.  I could’ve saved them for next year, but if I don’t share them now by next Easter I will have noticed every single flaw.  Twice.  Then I’ll change my mind about posting them period and will have wasted two hours of my life taking photos I never used.  A very dire situation indeed.

So, here they are.  Easter bunnies, a week late.  It’s a good thing late bunnies are as cute as punctual ones.

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To make these cookies you will need:

Begin by outlining and flooding the cookie.  Give it a little time to dry.

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When the base is dry {at least to the touch} add cheeks.  To do this, place a large-ish dot of white flood icing on one cheek.  Let dry for 20-30 minutes then do the same to the other side.

Bunny Face Cookies SweetSugarBelle 2Once the cheeks have dried use pink 20-second icing to add the nose and ear detail.

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Finish up with eyes and fwiskers {fake whiskers}.

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Make them now and people might think you’re weird, but make them next Easter and everyone will love you!

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Seriously though, I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter!

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    Lora says:

    So is there a secret I am missing to getting the nice smooth curves that you get? Maybe my piping icing is too stiff, but it seems to not “flow” around the corners that well and my circles or curves end up wonky. I am sure more practice would help, but I only make cookies like this a handful of times each year. I sure do love your cookies, though, it’s such a treat to see each morning!

  2. 12

    I have another Easter set I was wondering the same- too late to post and I may not like them by next year. I did make similar bunnies the day before Easter and got those posted in time for the Easter Bunny. I just love the cheeks.

  3. 13

    Don’t think of them as Easter bunnies, just spring bunnies. Also, people can just file these instructions away for next year if they want to follow them. I can’t imagine where you see flaws in these cute little critters.

    Congratulations on the TV spot, I caught a link to the YouTube video that someone posted on FB.

  4. 14
    Lizy b says:

    So adorable, as always!!

  5. 15

    Love ‘em!

  6. 16
    Sue says:

    I’m working on Christmas ornaments now. It’s all good!

  7. 17
    brantcookies says:

    I love those cheeks and they gave me an idea of how I’m gonna make my “male” cookies parts for an order I have to do this afternoon! LOL

  8. 18
    Jodi Dunbar says:

    Aw, stop it. They’re just too cute!

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    Janice Hansen says:

    Thank you so much for such helpful explanations and ideas :-)

    I made these today, and they turned out really well. I’m just getting started at this cookie thing, and it’s very encouraging to get good results thanks to your guidelines. I wouldn’t have bothered to attempt it without the inspiring posts here and in other helpful blogs. Thanks!

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    Brenda Sanchez says:

    You may want to see that someone is using your pictures without tag you, personally I think it’s a bad thing to do….




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