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The perfect breakfast for anyone expecting the Easter bunny to pay a visit!

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 2 small slices of streaky bacon
  • butter or oil for frying
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 carrot, cut into thin strips
  • 2 raisins

MethodPrep:3min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:8min

  1. Cook the bacon in a frying pan or under the grill until cooked and crispy.
  2. Heat butter or oil in frying pan over medium-low heat; carefully add the egg so as not to break the yolk. Cook on low heat for 4 minutes, or until the white is done and the yolk is still a bit soft.
  3. Arrange the bacon on a plate to form a V shape for the ears. Place the fried egg on top for the head. Use carrot sticks for whiskers and raisins for the eyes.

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Holidays like Easter are chock full of memories and traditions. I always look forward to holidays because it&rsquos full of so much nostalgia. Now that I am a mom, I love to be able to pass on these things to my own kids. I am pretty positive that the Easter Bunny is going to love these delicious recipes on Easter Sunday!

Of course, a holiday isn&rsquot complete without some of your favorite recipes. This year, try out some of our favorite Easter recipes like Colored Deviled Eggs or copycat Reese&rsquos Peanut Butter cups! Or if you are looking for an alternative to Easter baskets for kids (and adults) of all ages, try an Easter dessert board packed with desserts and treats!

We love to start our Easter holiday with a big Easter brunch or breakfast. Then it&rsquos off to an Easter Egg Hunt. Of course, after Easter dinner, the highlight is always dessert! If you are wondering what to bring to Easter dinner this year at a relative or friend&rsquos house, you will find some of the best Easter recipes to choose from.

If you are dyeing Easter eggs for the first time this year or maybe just looking for a new way to decorate eggs, you will want to read my guide on how to dye Easter eggs with food coloring.


50 Easter Brunch Recipes That Will Wow the Whole Family

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There's nothing quite like a perfect Sunday brunch, and Easter brunch is no exception. Brunch gives you permission to eat all of your favorite breakfast and lunch foods, while also adding in some sweet and savory bites. This Easter, why not play up this underrated meal by creating an easy Easter breakfast menu that encompasses the best Easter brunch recipes.

You can make an Easter brunch that looks incredibly impressive (and tastes amazing) that only you have to know was pretty easy to prepare. Whether it's making some things ahead of time so all you have to do is pop them in the oven or on the stove, or opting for a dish like an egg scramble where you really just throw all the ingredients in a large skillet, there are so many ways to make a fancy Easter brunch that's not too complicated.

And if you happen to live with some picky eaters, fear not. There are Easter brunch recipes on this list that will please even the pickiest eaters. (Plus, when in doubt, you can usually woo them with chocolate chip scones.) Gathering the whole family around the table for an Easter brunch is a heartfelt way to celebrate the holiday and spend quality time with the whole family. And if you're not convinced on brunch being your main holiday meal, consider checking out these Easter dinner recipes and Easter dessert recipes.


Easter bunny breakfast recipe - Recipes

Juicy pieces of watermelon make for some of the best snacks out there. And, because it’s Easter time, we decided to make our watermelon festive by making these super cute watermelon Easter bunnies! This is a great recipe for your kids to help make!

Start by cutting your watermelon tenderloins into thick slices. Then, grab your bunny cookie cutter, and get to cutting! When you’re done creating all your shapes, melt white almond bark until it’s smooth. Have your kids decide which colors they want to have, and get to creating! Mix different food colorings together to get fun colors. Drizzle the various colors over your bunnies, then sprinkle with your favorite Easter sprinkles.

And there you have it! A super simple, very festive, healthy Easter dessert!


This year, I am going to make my life a little easier and set up a mini waffle bar for the kids to make their own breakfast. Of course I will make sure they can make little bunny waffles like we enjoyed over Spring break!

And, you can totally do the same thing! You only need a few things, and some counter space.

  • Mini Waffle Iron
  • Waffle or Cake Mix
  • Cupcake Pick Bunny Ears
  • Whipped Cream
  • Optional – sprinkles

First, mix your cake or waffle mix according to the package instructions. Then, pour it into a small plastic bottle for less mess waffle making.

Next, set up the space. I put the waffle iron on a paper plate to catch any over flow mess. Then, I put the bunny ear picks in a small container next to plates and a can of whipped cream.

I also had fresh fruit out for the boys to snack on while they made their waffles.

Once the waffles are cooked, add the bunny ears to the top, and the whipped cream to the bottom. That’s it! Now you have the cutest little bunny waffles on the block!


Easter bunny breakfast recipe - Recipes

How cute are these little Easter bunny pancakes?! We think these are a great way to start off Easter morning. Your little ones can also help mix the pancake batter and assemble the bunny butt when ready. It’s definitely a festive breakfast, that’s for sure!

These pancakes are super easy to make. You can use your favorite pancake recipe, or pre-made pancake batter. We love the pancake recipe we’ve included. It’s full of creamy buttermilk and they fluff up like crazy. Every bite is an amazing texture – and if we dare say – tastes just like your favorite diner cakes.

Once you have your batter made up, pour it into a pan, into the shapes:

  • One large circle for the bottom
  • One medium sized circle for the head
  • One medium sized circle cut into 2 ear
  • Three small circles for the feet and tail

Then it’s time to assemble! Stack your pancakes to make them look like a cute lil bunny butt! We used slices of banana for the pads of the feet, blueberries for toes and whipped cream for the tail. We also garnished with fresh raspberries, because who doesn’t love even more fresh fruit with their pancakes?!

And there you have it! A super cute, super festive Easter bunny breakfast treat! Be sure to tag us in your creations!


If you’re in Europe it’s best to use fresh yeast but using the dry yeast is also possible (the dough rises a little less). If you’re in the US, I tested this recipe with Fleischmann’s Instant yeast (rapid rise) and it has worked well. Add 7g (1 packet) instant yeast to the bowl and mix with all the other ingredients. The dough needs to double its volume. Milk and butter should be warm (pleasantly warm to your finger), you can warm them up in a small pot.

Yeast conversion: 7 grams instant yeast = 1/4 ounce instant yeast = 2 1/4 teaspoons instant yeast = 21 grams fresh yeast or 1 1/4 blocks (0.6-ounce size) or about 1/2 block (2-ounce size) fresh yeast


Watch this video to see how to make the bunnies. Written instructions follow:

Set the puff pastry out of the freezer for about 45 to thaw. It should be soft enough to handle but still cold. Unfold both pastry sheets. Melt the butter, and brush it over both pastry sheets, leaving about 1/2 inch down each side without butter.

Combine the cinnamon and sugar, and pour it over the butter on one of the pastry sheets (not on the 1/2 inch closest each side). Brush water along the 1/2 inch down each side.

Top with the second pastry sheet, buttery side down. Use a fork to crimp the edges where you brushed water. Press the top sheet of pastry down gently so the cinnamon sugar has a chance to be absorbed a bit by the butter.

Using a pizza cutter, slice the pastry in half, from one crimped side to the other. Slice the top and bottom section in half, repeating until you have 16 narrow strips going from side to side.

Take each strip and twist it twice to make a shape like you see below, with an open circle at the bottom and the two crimped ends pointing up. Make sure when you do this that the strip is on it’s side, so you can see the cinnamon sugar between the two layers of pastry. Place the twisted strips on a cookie sheet that’s been lined with parchment paper or other liner.

Bake in a preheated 400 degree oven for 17-18 minutes until the pastry is golden brown. It’s fun to see how different they look coming out of the oven!

Cool about 20 minutes, and then add frosting tails. Serve right away for the best taste.

Frosting note: You can use homemade frosting or storebought frosting, whichever you prefer. I used the frosting that comes in a tube in the cake section of the store along with a star tip that’s made to go with those tubes. One 4 oz tube was enough to add tails to all 16 bunnies. However, my kids and I think these bunnies taste best with even more frosting on them, so I served them with a small bowl of extra frosting people could dip the bunnies in. If you want extra frosting for dipping, I’d recommend getting 2 tubes of frosting or purchasing a 16 oz container of frosting to make sure you have plenty. To get the pretty design on the tail you’ll need to pipe the frosting through a star tip. If you don’t have one, you could try piping a little swirled tail. Scoop the frosting into a sandwich baggie, snip off one corner, and pipe away.


  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F.
  2. Line a large cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  3. Pop open the cinnamon roll tube and separate the dough into 8 rolls. Save the icing for later.
  4. Unroll one unbaked cinnamon roll and cut into half.
  5. Take one half and cut one-third of it. So you have 2 strips of dough.
  6. Take the longest strip (the half of the original roll) and roll up tightly to form the body of the bunny. Turn the roll in such a way, so that the end of the roll is facing downwards. That will become the bunny's front leg.
  7. Take the smallest strip (one-third of the other half of the original roll) and roll it up tightly to form the tail. Attach the tail on the rear end of the body with some water.
  8. Now take the remaining dough strip (two- third of the other half of the original roll) and roll it up tightly, about the halfway to form the head. Slice the remaining unrolled portion, lengthwise, and fan out the pieces to form the ears. Attach the head on top of the body with the water. Shape the ears by pinching the tips.
  9. Carefully transfer the cinnamon roll bunny to the prepared cookie sheet. A wide spatula or a bench scraper works best.
  10. Repeat the process with the remaining cinnamon rolls.
  11. Once all the cinnamon roll bunnies are prepared, bake at 350°F for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
  12. While the bunnies are baking, slightly thin out the icing with half a teaspoon of milk.
  13. Once the bunnies are out, let them cool off for a couple of minutes and then apply the icing with a butter knife. For a smooth finish, glaze the bunnies while they are still warm.
  14. Place a mini chocolate chip on the wet glaze for the eyes.
  15. Let the glaze harden for a couple of minutes before serving.

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If you would like more Easter recipes, try one of these:

● Bunny Pancakes Recipe – Make these cute bunny pancakes for breakfast today! These easy-to-make rabbit pancakes are a fun and tasty Easter breakfast idea, perfect for kids and adults. If you are looking for cute breakfast ideas for your children, this bunny pancakes recipe will make you smile as they fill you up.

● Easy Easter Cupcakes Recipe – Sometimes, the simplest desserts are the most satisfying. Dress up your cupcakes for a sweet little Easter treat, perfect for Easter brunch, dessert, or to send one in for a school snack.

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Watch this video to see just how they&rsquore made&hellip

You can use canned cinnamon rolls or homemade cinnamon rolls. Simply shape the cinnamon rolls into the bunny by creating two bunny ears with the outside end. Place them on a baking sheet and bake according to package or recipe directions. Halfway through the baking time, remove them from the oven and use the end of a spoon to reinforce the bunny shape. Return them to the oven to finish baking. Once they&rsquore baked, remove them from the oven and drizzle with the icing. Immediately, sprinkle with sprinkles and place two round candies for the bunny&rsquos eyes and one round candy for the bunny&rsquos nose. Ta-Da!

So simple yet so festive and adorable! I hope you get a chance to make and enjoy these with your family this Easter season. A extra fun way to celebrate the holiday!

If you make these Bunny Cinnamon Rolls, be sure to snap a picture and share it with me on Instagram @thebakermama so I can see. I love seeing y&rsquoall make and enjoy the ideas I share. I wish you and your loved ones a wonderful Easter season!

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