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Twinkie Bunny Pops

Posted by  ·  March 24, 2016  ·  Last Updated: March 30, 2019

How about a little fun food for Easter? These Twinkie Bunny Pops are super quick and easy, and will make a darling treat for kids. They would even have fun helping make them.

Are you ready for Easter? If you need some ideas to keep kids entertained during dinner check out these cute Easter coloring pages. If you would like a clever way to wrap up some Easter treats these felt bunny bags are an easy project.

twinkie bunny pop

Twinkie Bunny Pops Supplies

Here are the items we used to make our Twinkie bunny pops:

Hostess Twinkie snack cakes
Royal Icing Eyes (3/8 inch eyes)
Paper Straws
White Frosting
Pink Frosting
Pastry tip 5
Pastry tip 3
Pink Sixlets
twinkie bunny pop supplies

These bunny treats are a fun alternative to Peeps marshmallow candies, and they are grab-and-go cakes kids will find irresistible. They also make cute decorations in your Easter dinner spread. What Easter party is complete without some fancy bunnies?

Here is a quick little video to show you just how these darling pops are made.

How to make  Twinkie Bunny Pops

First, cut a triangle from one end of the Twinkie, about a third of the way down. Leave room to create the face.

twinkie bunny pop cut ears

Use frosting as glue to attach eyes.

twinkie bunny pop add eyes

With a pastry tip (size 3), pipe whiskers onto the cake. Your bunny’s starting to come together already!

twinkie bunny pop add face

Pipe pink frosting onto the cake in the shape of ears and mouth with a size 5 pastry tip. Pretty cute, right?

twinkie bunny pop tutorial

Add a bit more frosting where the nose should go and attach a pink sixlet.

twinkie bunny pop add nose

You have one cute bunny!

twinkie Easter bunny food craft

Make the Twinkie into a cake pop by pushing a paper straw into the bottom of the Twinkie.

twinkie bunny pop easter food

Make sure the bunny stays on the stick by tying a bow onto the straw. The bowtie will prevent the Twinkie from sliding down, and it makes your bunny look like a snappy dresser!

Easter bunny pops

Bunny pops are a super festive treat for Easter! I like to put mine out in a jar filled with colorful Easter grass (that helps to stabilize the straws). We love how much personality each bunny has. They’re sure to generate lots of smiles!

twinkie bunny pops

If you’re looking for more simple and adorable Easter treats, check out our round-up of the best homemade Easter cookies, snacks, and cake creations!


Filed Under: Easter, Recipes, Sweets