I wanted to try baking something fun for the twins for Easter, but almost everything I found had gluten products in it. These brownie bunny bites looked so cute, but they are $10 for 12 of them (not a very frugal purchase) and aren’t gluten-free. After thinking about it, I realized they shouldn’t be too hard to make and I was right!
Start by making your favorite gluten free brownies. Dukes of Indy has Black Bean Avocado Brownies that are delish or you could try Snack Girl’s Black Bean Blender Brownies. You could also use a box mix (don’t forget to check the coupon database before heading to the store!) if your store carries the gluten free mixes. Now, onto the fun part – the kids will love helping here!
Gluten Free Brownie Bunnies
Once your brownies are done, let them cool. Scoop up about 1 Tbsp of brownie and roll into a ball for the bottom. Then roll about 1 tsp into a ball for the top. Repeat until all of your brownie balls are formed. Now, it’s time to melt your chocolate. For this spring recipe I used Wilton Candy Melts in Color Brights, vanilla flavor.
Dip your bottom ball first into the melted chocolate and place it on wax paper. Dip the smaller ball into the chocolate until fully covered and sit directly on to the bottom ball. Once finished just simply dip white chocolate chip morsels into the
white chocolate and apply for ears and cotton-tail.
If you would like to add a face, you can use colored sprinkles/decorating candy to complete the bunny’s face.
These brownie bunnies are bursting with chocolate flavor! The added texture of the hardened white chocolate provides that extra decadence to elevate the sweetness and the fun WOW factor when serving the perfect company!
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