How To Make Decorated Easter Bunny Sugar Cookies

Learn how to make some simple Easter Bunny decorated sugar cookies with this royal icing cookie decorating tutorial!!  

Decorated chocolate sugar cookies for Easter - carrots and bunny sugar cookies

Every winter, I live in fear of my computer breaking down. Because that means I will have to take it to an actual person that uses words like “hard drive” and “ram” and “Why is there gold in the card reader?”

But really... my biggest fear is that secretly they will check my internet history and see all of my internet research for "electric pants" and misunderstand my purpose.

Because SERIOUSLY - WHY DO THEY NOT SELL ELECTRIC HEAT PANTS AT EVERY STORE EVER in the winter?! Is it wrong that I just want to be warm?! That I just want to live in a world where I can feel my toes - all day long - and not just in the afternoon?!

Decorated chocolate sugar cookies in Easter designs - bunnies and carrots

And don't even try to tell me that computery-type repair people don't check internet history when they are fixing computers. That's like when you tell your kids that you most certainly DO NOT have ice cream parties every night after they go to bed.

We all know THAT'S a lie.

And if it's are you seriously still sane as a parent?

Please explain.

And then make these cookies.


Step by step Easter bunny sugar cookie decorating tutorial

How to make Easter Bunny decorated sugar cookies: 

Step 1. 

Thin some blue icing to a flood consistency. Using a wide, flat brush, paint the icing onto the center part of each ear. Let it dry for 15 minutes.

Step 2. 

With a medium consistency white icing and a #3 tip, outline and flood the face part of the bunny. Let dry for an hour.

Step 3.

Outline the white area of each ear and fill in the space in between. Pipe a nose in the center of the bunny face with the blue icing. Let dry for an hour.

Step 4.

Use a black food color marker to draw a super-big-happy smile on the bunny and two little beady eyes. Add cheeks with a pink food color marker.

See it in action here.


Get the supplies: Bunny Cutter, Carrot Cutter, Black Food Color Marker, and Pink Food Color Marker. (I used the same cutter for both carrots. I just shortened some of them. Because for some reason I thought short carrots would be adorable. And they are. Ha ha. But then I realized you could also probably just use a strawberry cutter for the same look.)


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