The Bunny Butt Oreos are such a fun Easter cookie idea. It’s a no-bake cookie perfect for Easter brunch that everyone thinks is just so adorable. Just a handful of ingredients and a silicone mold is all you need for perfect chocolate covered Oreo.
Bunny Butt Oreos
The key to making these – and to making any chocolate covered Oreo – is this round silicone mold. It is way less messy than trying to dunk them into warm chocolate and the chocolate coating is smooth and silky. Plus, they just pop right out of the mold with no problem.
Here is what else you’ll need to make these:
- Oreos – regular, double stuffed, golden (whichever kind you prefer)
- Small Marshmallows (for the bunny tail)
- Pink Melt ‘Ems – you can use white chocolate bark and color it with food dye as well if you can’t find the shade of pink you’d like.
- Bunny Paw Icing Decorations – I found these at my local Kroeger. If you can’t locate them at a store near you, you can find some similar on Amazon here and here
How To Make Easter Bunny Butt Chocolate Covered Oreos
In a glass bowl or measuring cup, melt some pink chocolate. Make sure not to overcook it or you’ll have to dump it and start over.
Pour a layer of chocolate into your silicone mold and immediately place an Oreo over it.
Pour another layer of chocolate over the Oreo to cover it.
Place the mold in the fridge to set the chocolate.
Once it is completely cooled and firm, remove the Oreos from the fridge and pop them out of the mold.
Using a bit of melted chocolate (or a dot of vanilla icing) “glue” the bunny tail and bunny paws onto the cookie.
Keep the cookies refrigerated until you are ready to serve them.
PRO TIP: to keep the cookie from beginning to melt onto the plate while you work on attaching the decorations, place a plate in the freezer for a few minutes to chill before decorating the cookies.
Bunt Butt Oreos
- Round Silicone Mold
- Pink Melt 'Ems
- Mini Marshmallows
- Bunny Paw Icing Decorations
- In a microwave safe bowl, melt chocolate.
- Pour a layer of chocolate into the silicone mold.
- Place Oreo into the mold and cover with another layer of chocolate.
- Put the mold into the fridge to set; approximately half an hour.
- When the chocolate is hardened, remove from the fridge and pop out of the silicone mold.
- Use a drop of extra chocolate to attach two paws and a marshmallow as a tail onto the cookie.
- Keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
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