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Published on April 1st, 2015 | by Kristen Swain

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Chocolate Covered Berry Bunnies

I recently made Chocolate Covered Strawberry Penguins and boy were they cute!

With Easter coming up, I wanted something else to make that was sweet and adorable.

I decided to make more chocolate-covered strawberries. The carrot ones are pretty popular, but I wanted something more unique and fun.

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So, I decided to make some Chocolate Covered Berry Bunnies. I got out my Wilton Candy Melts. These are the pink ones.

I put the whole bag into a microwave safe bowl, and set the timer for one minute.

Once I stirred them well, they took about another minute to get totally warm and melty. Your time could vary since it was pretty chilly here still.

I washed and dried, then took the stems off the strawberries.

Once I did that, I was ready to dip them.

When you dip them, place the wide end down on the tray. I used parchment paper to keep them from sticking to the cookie sheet.

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I used Sixlets, Mini Chocolate chips, and Candy Eyes to make the bunny faces. You can find these items at your craft store, or Walmart as well.

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Use a little bit of the melted pink candy to attach the Sixlets to the face, then add the nose. Use a little more of the melted candy to add the eyes.

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To finish the tray of bunnies, use whatever colors you want for the mouth. If you have tic tacs, you could add them under the cheeks for bunny teeth too, I didn’t have any.

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Use a little cardstock or paper, cut into two bunny ears and then cut a toothpick in half.

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Attach the toothpick half to the bunny ears and insert into the back of the strawberry bunny head.

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Stick the ears in about halfway down the back so that the bunny ears stick up well.

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You could fold one ear down too, it’s cute.

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Each one of these has a different expression, and look.

Too cute!

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Yummy and delicious!

Enjoy!

kris



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