Snow Bunnies DIY Project

Snow Bunnies DIY Project
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I will freely admit, I love making cute things. With all of our busy schedules and to-do lists, it’s sometimes easy to forget that some of the simplest things make our family smile. One of them is enjoying the fact that being an adult gives you permission to play with your food! Some of the cutest projects I have seen on Pinterest and in various books are people taking simple food and turning it into adorable animals, objects, or even themed treats. As someone who loves animals, I couldn’t wait to try making my own adorable project. Of course, with spring right around the corner, I couldn’t resist doing something involving bunnies.  In this simple project, you can make your own snow bunnies at home using only 3 ingredients you likely have in your own kitchen.  Make sure to tell us about your results if you try this super cute recipe!


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Snow Bunnies
A cute recipe to turn ordinary cinnamon rolls into bunnies. This simple & quick 3 ingredient recipe is easy enough for kids to make and will make kids of all ages smile!
Cuisine: American
Recipe type: Breakfast
  • 8 pack of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
  • Raisins
  • Almond slivers
  1. Place 4 uncooked rolls on a baking sheet.
  2. Unroll the remaining 4.
  3. Cut into sections and shape into bunny ears.
  4. Attache shaped bunny ears to the 4 cinnamon rolls.
  5. Bake according to package instructions.
  6. Make eyes and nose using raisins. Use two almond slivers for the teeth.



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20 Responses to Snow Bunnies DIY Project

  1. Dorothy Boucher says:

    lol this is just too cute ;) so cute and edible heheh the children are going to love making these… thanks for share

  2. tj says:

    Super cute. We have been looking for something cute to take for Easter sunday!

  3. Kadie says:

    What a cute idea! It seems so simple as well, which is always a bonus! My little one is due on Easter, so I’m not sure what exactly we will be doing to celebrate but I think this is definitely on the list for next year!

  4. I love this Snow Bunny recipe. I can eaily see myself making these with my nephew whom has special needs. He loves cinnamon buns and raisins. I love the bunny-faces and I’m sure we’ll both love the project and the taste.

  5. wendy c g says:

    This is so cute and simple to do. I will let the kids try make them.

  6. Christina Easter says:

    What a cute idea for Easter breakfast!! We will definitely have to try this! Thanks so much!

  7. lisa says:

    How do you come up with these ideas?These are cute.

  8. Valerie Guerrero says:

    this is just awesome and adorable how did u come up with this its great

  9. Kylie says:

    This is a really good idea! I would love to try and make these they look so tasty and cute! Thank you!

  10. Marcia Lee says:

    The snow bunnies are cute, but what makes them the best attraction is that they are made from cinnamon rolls.

  11. Carol Smith says:

    How adorable. The kids always love it when you make different things with foods. Thanks for sharing.

  12. Laurie says:

    What a CUTE idea! I can’t wait to try this with my kids :) Thank you!

  13. Mai Tran says:

    Such a “cute” recipe! I have to try it out for my kids. Thanks for sharing!

  14. Vania says:

    So cute! I tried make at home with my son and he really love it. Thanks :)

  15. Wanda Tracey says:

    This is way too cute.I am going to make these for easter and get the grandchildren to help.I love the detail of using almond slivers for teeth.

  16. oh so cute going to have to make these recipe I like fast and easy :)thank you for the idea

  17. Shannon says:

    This is a cute recipe, thank you for posting.

  18. M.Clark says:

    This is a very cute idea, breakfast bunnies. I can’t wait to try this, thank you for sharing this recipe.

  19. Ashley says:

    Well, this’ll be appropriate for almost any Minnesota spring. It hangs on and on and just won’t quit. At least we can make it delicious!

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