Bunny Biscuits Easy and Delicious

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Want to make fun easy bunny biscuits? With a roll of refrigerated biscuits, you can make these easy bunny biscuits anytime.  Easy to change up, and my kids still love them to this day!

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What ingredients are needed to make bunny biscuits or rabbit biscuits?

THESE ARE THE INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED

Pick any pack of refrigerated biscuits that you like.  I’m using Great Value brand regular buttermilk biscuits. Keep the dough chilled until you are ready to begin.

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HERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS

Follow the canned biscuits directions for greasing the baking sheet or not.  I greased my cookie sheet and placed the biscuits on the pan.

Half of the biscuits will be the face, and the other half will be the ears.  Cut the ears with a kitchen scissors or knife almost all the way down the middle in half.  

Press the 2 biscuits together like this shape.

Leave them plain or have some fun.  I sprinkled mine with cinnamon and sugar.

Bake according to your package instructions.  Mine were 350 for 10 minutes.

Pull out and let cool completely.

Pull out and let cool completely.

Decorate them with frosting, leave them plain, or sometimes I just add chocolate chips or raisins for eyes and a nose.

Decorate the cooled biscuits with frosting, leave them plain, or sometimes I just add chocolate chips, white chocolate chips or raisins for eyes and a nose, and almond slivers for whiskers.

What else can you use to decorate the bunny biscuits:

  • icing sugar
  • banana
  • coconut to add fur
  • currants
  • mini marshmallow to make paws or even bunny tails
  • add pink icing for a tongue or inside the ears
Want to make fun easy bunny biscuits? With a roll of refrigerated biscuits, you can make these easy bunny biscuits anytime.  Easy to change up, and my kids still love them to this day!

Serve and enjoy!

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How do you make rabbit biscuits?

Use a package of refrigerated biscuits. One biscuit is the head, and cut a second biscuit to create ears. Bake as instructed on the package. Pull out of the oven and cool. Decorate with frosting, chocolate chips, raisins, almonds, or leave plain.

What can kids make for Easter?

They can help with this bunny biscuit recipe. They can place the biscuits onto the pan, older kids can help use the scissors to cut the ears, and kids can help decorate the bunny biscuits when they’re cool.

What ingredients are needed to make bunny biscuits or Easter biscuits?

A package of refrigerated biscuits, and optional decorating supplies like chocolate chips, raisins, almonds, cinnamon and sugar, frosting.

Bunny Biscuit Easy and Delicious Video

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Bunny Biscuits Easy and Delicious

Want to make fun easy bunny biscuits? With a roll of refrigerated biscuits, you can make these easy bunny biscuits anytime.  Easy to change up, and my kids still love them to this day!
Course Cook: Tips and Recipes
Cuisine American
Keyword bunny biscuit
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 5
Calories 263kcal
Author Chas

Ingredients

  • 1 can of refrigerated biscuits
  • Optional decorating ideas include frosting chocolate chips, raisins, almonds, cinnamon, and sugar.

Instructions

  • Half of the biscuits will be the face, and the other half will be the ears.  Cut the ears with kitchen scissors or knife almost all the way down the middle in half.  
  • Press the ears biscuit onto the plain biscuit.
  • Bake according to your package instructions. 
  • Pull out and cool completely
  • Optional – decorate if desired.

Video

Want to make fun easy bunny biscuits? With a roll of refrigerated biscuits, you can make these easy bunny biscuits anytime. Easy to change up, and my kids still love them to this day!
Want to make fun easy bunny biscuits? With a roll of refrigerated biscuits, you can make these easy bunny biscuits anytime. Easy to change up, and my kids still love them to this day!

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14 Comments

  1. These are adorable! You’ve created a family tradition that I think your kids will repeat with their families when the time comes. 🙂

    1. Thank you Linda, the kids were so excited to get them early this year as I don’t always make them as often as when they were little. They were all gone in 1 day lol.

  2. Oh, I love this simple and adorable idea! My kids would love this. I may have to try it soon, even though Easter is now over. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you Amy, and I love that your kids might like them too. I make them all spring, after that sometimes we just make cinnamon and sugar biscuits 🙂

  3. jodie filogomo says:

    These are adorable!!
    XOOX
    Jodie
    jtouchofstyle.com
    #seniorsalon

    1. Thank you so very much Jodie and thanks for stopping by 🙂

  4. Thank you for sharing at #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Pinned and shared.

    1. Thank you so much Marilyn and thanks for Pinning and sharing.

  5. Chas,
    I just love these bunnies. Congrats, you are being featured at Thursday Favorite Things.
    Hugs,
    Bev

    1. Thank you so very much Bev, can’t wait to link up with the next party and see what everyone’s been creating.

  6. That’s really cute.
    We don’t have biscuits like this here in the UK. In fact we call small harder cookies biscuits and we eat them with a cup of tea in the afternoon (well we also eat them at other times of the day too but we really shouldn’t !) I wonder if I could substitute scones (do you have scones? Do you know what I mean?)

    1. Thank you so much Julie. I love that you are from the UK and sharing about your culture, thank you. We were in the UK a couple years ago and had a wonderful trip. I love scones, they’re delicious. I believe this would work with scones as well, and that is a great idea.

  7. Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared.

    1. Thank you Marilyn, you are so very sweet. 🙂

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