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Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free

Easter is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with these charming Easter Bunny Biscuits! Picture this: a delightful combination of gluten-free arrowroot biscuits, creamy white chocolate, and an array of colorful toppings that come together to create the cutest bunny faces. These treats are not only a joy to make but will also bring a smile to the faces of everyone who indulges in them. Perfect for Easter gatherings, school events, or simply as a fun family activity, these bunny biscuits are sure to be a hit.

Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free
Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free

Why Easter Bunny Biscuits are a Great Idea

Not only are these Easter Bunny Biscuits adorable to look at, but they also make for a fantastic Easter activity that the whole family can enjoy.

The process is simple and allows for creativity, making it a perfect project for kids and adults alike. Plus, these treats are a sweet addition to any Easter gathering, adding a touch of fun to your celebration.

So, gather your ingredients, round up your loved ones, and get ready to hop into Easter with these irresistibly charming Easter Bunny Biscuits. With every bite, you'll be savoring the joy and sweetness of the season! Let's Begin!

Watch How to Make them

Helpful Tips and Suggestions

Work in Small Batches: Instead of coating all the biscuits at once, work in small batches. This ensures that the chocolate stays melted and workable for each row.

Use a Spoon or Spatula: When applying chocolate to the first row of biscuits, use a spoon or spatula to spread it evenly. This allows for better control and helps in achieving a smooth and uniform coating.

Have Decorations Ready: Before starting, have all your decorations (marshmallows already dipped in the 100s and 1000s for ears, candy eyes, skittles for noses) laid out and easily accessible. This way, you can quickly place them on the chocolate-coated biscuits without delay.

Storing: To keep your Easter Bunny Biscuits fresh and adorable, store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator or a cool dry place in the pantry.

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Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free
Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free

Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free


Makes 20

Prep15 minutes



200g (1 packet) Arrowroot Biscuits @ledaglutenfree

150g White Chocolate, melted (optional dairy-free)

20 large white marshmallows

1/4 cup 100s and 1000s

40 candy eyes

20 skittles lollies



1. Prepare ingredients: All ingredients need to be prepared in advance. Have set out the candy eyes and Skittles noses.

2. Marshmallows: Pour the 100s and 1000s in a shallow bowl. Slice or cut each marshmallow in half diagonally and dip the sticky side into the sugar. Set aside.

3. Arrowroot Biscuits: Arrange Arrowroot Biscuits on trays lined with baking paper.

4. Prepare the Chocolate: Place the chocolate in a microwave-proof bowl and heat at 30-second intervals, stirring the chocolate to ensure it is evenly melting. Be cautious not to overheat as it can burn the chocolate. Alternatively, use the double boiler method*

5. Coat the biscuits: Using a spoon place a dollop onto each cookie and spread.

6. Create the bunny face: Add two marshmallows on top of each biscuit for ears, add two candy eyes below the ears, and a skittle as a nose.

7. Serve: Refrigerate for 10 minutes or until the chocolate sets and serve.


*Double Boiler Method to Melt Chocolate:

1. Fill a saucepan with a small amount of water (about 1-2 inches) and bring it to a simmer. Make sure the water doesn't touch the bottom of the bowl you'll be using.

2. Place the heatproof bowl on top of the saucepan, creating a double boiler.

3. Add the chocolate to the bowl and stir occasionally as it melts. The steam from the simmering water will gently melt the chocolate.

4. Once the chocolate is fully melted, remove the bowl from the heat.

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Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free
Easter Bunny Biscuits, gluten-free

Recipe and Photography Margaret Pahos @CreateCookShare 


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