Bunny Snacks


Bunny Snacks


Bunny Snacks For Preschool

Bunny Snacks for preschoolers through second grade.


Have the children make their own salad with carrots, lettuce, and dressing. The teacher will put the materials on a plate and the children can place what they want in their salad in a bowl.


Marshmallow Bunnies

These are the ingredients:

1. large marshmallows

2. prepared white frosting

3. shoestring licorice (i used the pull and peel licorice)

4. mini marshmallows

5. assorted candies or sprinkles for decorating

This is the way to make them:

stack two large marshmallows for each bunny, securing some frosting between them to hold them together. Tie licorice around the middle of each stack to separate head and body. Cut some large marshmallows into quarters lengthwise, using two quarters for the ears, attaching them with some of the frosting. Attach 4 mini marshmallows for bunny paws and 1 for a cottontail, again with frosting. Also, use frosting to attach candies, sprinkles, etc. for eyes, nose, etc. Licorice may also be used for whiskers.


Bunny Cupcakes: Bake white cupcakes in white liners. Using either home-made or canned frosting, separate and color a small portion pink. Frost the cupcake with white icing, then sprinkle with coconut. Separate a cameo cookie (long oval crème cookie) and scrape off the crème filling. Frost the center of each cookie with pink. Insert these “bunny ears” into the cupcake 1/3 from the top (if placed too close the edge, the cupcake will split apart). Add two blue M&M’s for eyes, half a pink jelly bean for a nose, and red licorice whips for whiskers.


To make a cute bunny for a snack, place a pear half on a lettuce leaf use a small scoop of cottage cheese for the tail and raisins for the eyes. place small carrot sticks on the sides of the pear for the ears. A cute an nutritious snack.


Bunny Sandwiches

You will need:

Squishy bread

A filling for the sandwich

Bunny cookie cutters

Make a sandwich using the bread and filling.

Press the cookie cutter into the sandwich.  Now, you have a bunny sandwich!


Bunny Jigglers

Make Jello Jigglers according to the recipe on the back of the box.  Use a bunny shaped cookie cutter to make the bunny shaped jiggler.


Bunny Faces

For the base of the bunny face you could use:

Pancakes

Pita bread

English Muffins (for smaller bunny faces)

Or…anything that’s similar to the items above, as long as it is circular.

For the bunny features you will need:

Bananas (ears, eyes, cheeks, teeth)

Blueberries (eyes)

Strawberries (nose)

Carrots (whiskers)

Assemble according to the picture below

Bunny Snacks


Bunny Snacks For Preschool

Bunny Snacks for preschoolers through second grade.

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