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Mar 06

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Bunny Buttons

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Bunny Buttons are one of the easiest treats to make.  Maybe it’s my Central Pennsylvania roots, but the sweet and salty combination of the pretzel and chocolate is superb!

 

Bunny Buttons recipe by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

You can make these treats in any color combination for any holiday or festivity.  I love the spring colors for Easter.

 

Bunny Buttons recipe by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

Directions

 

1.  Layer pretzels and melts on a baking pan.

2.  Place in oven at 250 degrees for 4 minutes.

3.  Take out of oven and place M&M’s and festive sprinkles on top.

 

See what I mean?  Easy!

 

Bunny Buttons recipe by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

 

Oh look… Mr. Peepers decided to stop by and supervise.  Did I do a good job making these, Mr. Peepers?

 

Bunny Buttons recipe by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

 

 

Have you seen these adorable Sweater Sleeve Easter Cups from Susan at Organized 31?  What a fun DIY to make with these Bunny Buttons to give to your Easter Hostess!

 

Organized31 - Sweater Sleeve & Yogurt Cup Easter Baskets

 

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What is your favorite Easter treat?  Would love to hear from you!

 

Love, hugs and hippidy hoppedy Easter’s on its way!

 

Holly

 

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  1. Cindy Eikenberg

    Holly, these are so cute and I love things that are sweet and salty! I have to be honest, I am hooked on Starburst Jelly beans – I’ve bought 2 bags for projects and already eaten them both! You’ve inspired me to get started on some Easter and springtime treats. Thanks for sharing and pinned! Have a wonderful Thursday! xo

    1. Holly

      Hi Cindy – I saw the Starburst Jelly Beans at the Commissary yesterday, but I didn’t have a coupon so I decided to wait another week to purchase. Love them too and can eat them by the bagful! Hugs, Holly

  2. Mika

    Very creative! Kids would eat this first and adults too!

    Coming from All Things Thursday Blog Hop! Come-by my blog and say hi! Thank you!

    1. Holly

      Hi Mika – Thanks for visiting and sharing! Hugs, Holly

  3. Alexis AKA MOM

    Super cute :)

    1. Holly

      Hi Alexis – Thanks! And yummy too! Hugs, Holly

  4. Susan

    Lo-ove these! And what a cute name you’ve come up with. Guess what I’ll be making this weekend with the kids?!

    1. Holly

      Hi Susan…. Hummmm….. Bunny Buttons??? Hugs, Holly

  5. Kristen Hewitt

    It’s bunny time! Love this….and pinning. Great ideas…stopping by from SITS!

    1. Holly

      Hi Kristen – It seems like we jump from shamrocks to bunnies in a split second. Thanks for pinning! Hugs, Holly

  6. Corinne

    We make something similar at Christmas using Hershey’s kisses and red M&M’s. What kind of melts did you use for the pink? Are they the melting chocolate disks they sell in the cake decorating section?

    1. Holly

      Hi Corinne – I used the leftover pink Wilton melts from the PLC party for the Bunny Buttons. Hugs, Holly

  7. Mommy on Demand

    I love these, cute name!! Thanks for sharing at The Weekend Retreat, Hope to see you back next week!

    1. Holly

      Hi Mommy on Demand – Thanks so much for visiting! Hugs, Holly

  8. The Tablescaper

    So cute! Thanks for bringing your creativity to Seasonal Sundays.

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

    1. Holly

      Hi Alma – Thanks so much and thanks for hosting! Hugs, Holly

  9. Kristina & Millie

    Cute buttons, cute hostess cups and super cute peep!

    1. Holly

      Hi K&M – Mr. Peepers says thanks! Hugs, Holly

  10. Natasha in Oz

    Thank you so much for linking up to my Say G’day Saturday post. I just shared this cute idea on Pinterest-I love it!

    Hope you can join in with this week’s party which has just started!

    Take care and best wishes for a wonderful weekend,
    Natasha in Oz

    1. Holly

      Hi Natasha – Thanks so much for pinning and glad to party with you again! Would never miss one! Hugs, Holly

  11. T'onna Peters

    These treats are so colorful and look delicious! Thank you for sharing at The Submarine Sunday Link Party!

    1. Holly

      Hi T’onna – Thanks for hosting! Hugs, Holly

  12. Barb @ A Life in Balance

    I love these! Sweet and salty are always a great combo for me. I’m a bit fond of salted caramel.

    Thanks for sharing these at Pinterest Foodie!

    1. Holly

      Hi Barb – I’ve been seeing a lot of salted caramel but haven’t been brave enough to try it – I should! Hugs, Holly

  13. Allie

    Yum, this looks super easy! A must do! Thanks so much for sharing this on Worthwhile Wednesdays!
    ~Allie @ http://thecraftiestallie.blogspot.com/

    1. Holly

      Hi Allie – Thanks for hosting a fun party! Hugs, Holly

  14. Megan Walker

    Bunny Buttons!!! What an adorable name. I also love pretzels and chocolate together, so these are right up my alley. Thanks for sharing on Hump Day Happenings!

    1. Holly

      HI Megan – My pretzel and chocolate sister!!! Thanks for stopping by. Hugs, Holly

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