Cute Chick Cake Pops dressed up as Easter Bunnies. This cake pop tutorial is easy to follow and perfect for your Easter celebration.
Here comes Peter “Feather” Tail??
Waddling down the Easter Trail???
But, they are so cute, who could complain?
Wanna know what else is impersonating a bunny?? Check out Hoopla Palooza’s post. I think she did a great job with those carrots!
To make these chicks, I decided to cheat a bit. I used these soft Carrot Cake Cookies from the grocery store.
I simply crumbled them up in a food processor and added some vanilla frosting until the crumbs held together when pressed into shape. This is perfect if you don’t have time to bake a cake!
Once you have the cookie crumbs at the right consistency, it’s a simple matter of shaping them, dipping them, and decorating them.
To decorate them, you’ll need:
- jumbo sprinkles for the eyes
- mini rainbow chips for the beaks
- fall leaves for the wings
- flowers for the feet
- white Jordan Almonds for the ears
Dip the cookie pop into some yellow candy and tap off the excess. While it’s still wet, add the eyes, beak, wings, and feet. I use needlenose tweezers to help pick up the small sprinkles.
Sometimes the coating dries a little faster than you can work. If that happens, simply add a dot if candy and attach the decorations. If you look closely at the center chick, his right foot has some “extra” candy around the flower sprinkle.
Stand up to dry.
Once dry, put a small amount of white candy into a baggie and snip off a small corner. Add the headband and place the Jordan Almonds on top. Hold in place until the candy dries.
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