Thursday, April 5, 2012

Easter Bunny & Flower Cupcake Decorations from Marshmallows

We spent the day making flower and bunny cupcakes, using marshmallows! it's an old trick my stepmother taught me when I was little, that seems to be cropping up all over the internet lately. I altered the concept to make BUNNY cupcakes, and even a little DAFFODIL. :D Take a look, maybe give it a try, it is an easy and cheap activity to do with the kiddos! 


Bag of mini marshmallows

Colored decorative sugars, divided by color into little seal-able sandwich baggies
Food scissors

1. Cut each mini marshmallow in half on a diagonal. you will end up with 2  'petals' from each marshmallow.

2. Place the 'petals' into a bag of decorative sugars, and give it a little shake. The sugars will only stick to the part of the marshmallow that was cut!

3. If you let them 'rest' for a few minutes, they will puff back up.

4. Carefully place your marshmallow 'petals' onto your cupcakes! They look great with little candies in the center, or you can make a daffodil by using a whole mini marshmallow in the center. Just evenly cut the end off, and make tiny cuts lengthwise on the marshmallow, then roll in yellow sugar. 


  1. What great cupcakes! These will be so fun to make with my little guys. :) Thanks for sharing with us at Real Housemoms for Fabulous Fridays!

  2. Oh, these are so cute!! So creative. I love those little bunnies. Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent. Just pinned these cuties. :)

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  4. Hello! Very cute recipe!!! Thank you for sharing it our Sunday Luncheon Link Party! Don't forget to have some of your people vote "like" so you can win next weeks featured recipe! Thanks again and all are welcome to submit a recipe and vote their favorite!

  5. Love these marshmallow cupcake toppers! Thanks for linking up! I hope you come back next week, too :)

  6. I love dipping my marshmallows into sprinkles! Thanks for sharing at Two Cup Tuesday at Pint Sized Baker.