Morning every BUNNY!! Today we have an adorable Easter treat recipe for you!! Vegan Easter Bunny POP TARTS!! Because who in their right mind doesn’t love a pop tart?? Welp, this version is a bit healthier and the kiddos will LOVE icing these this pop tarts (so you can enjoy your rosé in peace!). Before you kick this off, I have a few tips with you below that might come in handy!
- Make sure to use a sharp paring knife to get an accurate bunny shape, or use a bunny shaped cookie cutter!
- Add lollipop sticks for a fun twist (and photo opp … obviously!)
- Make sure to use the tiniest bit of colouring for your icing to make it pastel!
- Use whatever fruit is in season for the filling!
Recipe adapted from Minimalist Baker
There you have it!! Have you tried making your own pop tarts before?? If so, how did they turn out? Also, if you have any recipe tweaks or tips, comment below!
First off I just want to say your such an inspiration and just a real mama in this crazy world! I am thinking about making the transition to vegan ?! I just finished watching “what the health” and all the things I thought were healthy for my family turns it to be terrible ?. How was the transition? Any recipe books you could recommend to get me in my way? Of course I don’t expect this to happen overnight.. and convincing the hubby and kids will be a challenge but.. I’m up for the challenge! Anyways any tips or tricks or recommendations you could send my way would be fantastic!
OMG Yess!!! I have SO many posts about going vegan, my journey, Justin’s journey, my fave cookbooks and SO MANY great recipes, just search “Vegan” on my site! XOXO
I am looking for a vegan dessert recipe for my daughter so this is fabulous. My daughter cannot have much fruit, only greener banana to be honest… due to some medical and dietary conditions. Could the filling be banana or pumpkin? What are your thoughts?
Thanks and Happy Easter!
Hmmm I had a big Jillian Harris food fail lol…. somehow I only ended up with 6 bunnies and they weren’t as cute ? gonna try again