Celebrate all things SPRING with these adorable BUNNY COOKIES!!!
Hippity Hoppity Easter’s on its WAY!
As luck would have it, I saw a Jack Rabbit the other day.
WOW, do they have LONG ears!
He was running so fast, I didn’t even get a photo of him.
He was as cute as can be.
I don’t recall ever seeing one before, if I did I don’t think I would have forgotten those ears.
These can also be PERFECT for bunny slipper cookies for a SLEEPOVER, no sleep over should be without cute cookies!
These bunnies are easy to decorate. I used an egg shaped cookie cutters to cut them out. One was 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 the other was mini 1 1/2 x 1. The mini ones are ADORABLE.
The tails got a drop of icing them dipped in nonpareils.
AHHH….they are all hoping to get the giant carrot!
I think these would be great for a sleepover, they look like Bunny Slippers….or at least that is what they remind me of.
be sure to check out my post with the chocolate glaze icing on the bunny cookies HERE
How can I wrap and ship cookies?
I do not take cookies order or wrap and ship cookies regularly. I do happen to do it a few times a year to special friends and this is how I wrap and ship cookies. I bag cookies in small increments either individual or like here 6 at a time. I use food-grade cellophane bags, they are firm and not flimsy and I feel they work well and prevent the cookies from crumbling. I pack the cookies in a bakery-style box, add bubble wrap sheets to the top and bottom of the bakery box, then place that box into a shipping box, typically a flat rate shipping box so that they arrive quickly.
I make sure the cookies don’t move around in the box, if they do, I add something to take up that space, more bubble wrap or tissue paper. The less the cookies move the better they will arrive at their destination when shipped.
- 3 eggs
- 3/4 cup butter (melted and cooled)
- 3 cups flour
- 3/4 cups sugar
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- Whisk eggs and butter together. In a large mixer bowl add flour, sugar, and baking powder, stir well to combine all dry ingredients together. Add the egg mixture to flour mixture along with vanilla. Blend until incorporated.
- Roll out dough on well-floured surface.
- Cut into the desired shape.
- Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes.
- You can roll this dough thick or thin. Adjust baking time accordingly.
- (4) cups powdered sugar
- (4-6) tablespoons water
- (1) tablespoon corn syrup
- (1) teaspoon vanilla extract
- (4-6) drops white Americolor food coloring for white icing, 2 additional drops to a portion of the icing for the pink (soft pink) and reserve a small amount and tint that black for the eyes.
The inspiration for these cookies came via Pinterest
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