It is so easy to make these cute OREO Bunny Butt Cookies for Easter using Mega OREO Cookies, Candy Melts, and candy bunny feet and tails. These cute treats will make a great addition to your Easter baskets.
These Easter cookies are super simple to make and look so incredibly cute. Don't you think?
I know it seems a bit odd to make an edible bunny bum, but seriously how can you resist the cuteness factor of these Bunny Butt Cookies? I'm all about cute and just love these Easter treats.
Plus, I'm not opposed to eating anything that tastes as good as these white chocolate-dipped OREO cookies even if they have a bunny tail and feet attached.
Over the years, my obsession with making cute bunny butt treats for Easter has grown. I've also made Bunny Butt Cupcakes, Bunny Butt Ice Cream Cones, Chocolate Bunny Silhouettes, Bunny Bum Cupcakes, and Brownie Bunny Butts.
Are you ready to make some cute OREO Bunnies? Let's get started.
- OREO Mega Stuf Cookies
- white compound chocolate (Candy Melts, melting wafers, almond bark, etc.)*
- Bottoms Up Bunny Decorating Kit (candy feet, tails, and white jimmies/sprinkles).
*Compound chocolate contains palm kernel oil or some other vegetable fat. If you use pure white chocolate to make these Easter treats, you will need to temper the chocolate (heat and cool the chocolate to specific temperatures). See my chocolate-making tips page for tempering instructions.
- If you can't find the cupcake decorating kit, you can follow the instructions on my Pretzel Bunny Butt tutorial to see how to make bunny feet using candy melts.
- You can make your own tails using marshmallows, candy clay (modeling chocolate), white malt balls, or fondant.
- Buy white jimmies to sprinkle over your OREO Cookies.
paper straws or lollipop sticks
parchment-lined baking sheets
Step 1 - Melt the bright white candy melts.
Pour the candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl. Heat on high power for 30 seconds, remove and stir. Repeat this process until the candy melts are completely melted.
Candy Melts won't look melted until they are stirred, so it is important to stir them often so that they do not get too hot. White candy melts can burn easily when they are overheated. If this happens, don't just scoop out the burnt part, throw it all away and start over.
Step 2 - Insert a paper straw into an OREO.
- Pour the melted white chocolate into a tall glass or coffee mug.
- Flatten about an inch on one end of a paper straw.
- Dip the tip of that flattened straw into melted white candy melts.
- Insert the dipped end of the straw into a Mega Stuf OREO Cookie.
- Set aside until the candy dries.
- Mega Stuf OREO Cookies are stuffed with so much filling that the straw can be easily inserted.
- If you use a traditional OREO Cookie, you might need to split the cookie open and spread some of the candy melts on the filling before re-assembling the cookie, otherwise the cookie might fall off the stick when you dip it in the candy melts.
- Double Stuf OREO Cookies have a little bit less filling than a Mega Stuf OREO but will work better than a traditional OREO.
- You can also use lollipop sticks if you prefer. They are thinner and can easily be inserted into a Double Stuf or Mega Stuf OREO Cookie.
Step 3 - Dip your OREO Cookies into white chocolate.
- Dip the cookie into the melted candy melts.
- Remove and allow the excess candy to drip off.
- Set on a parchment paper lined baking sheet.
- Immediately attach one candy tail near the top edge of the cookie and two feet hanging off the bottom edge of the cookie.
- Sprinkle white jimmies over top.
- Chill in the freezer for 5-10 minutes just until the white chocolate hardens.
- Allow the candy coating to dry completely before lifting the OREO Bunny Butt Cookies off the parchment paper.
Store your bunny cookie pops in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 6 weeks.
There is no need to store these in the refrigerator or freezer. If you do, it is possible that the white jimmies will lose some of their shimmer and color.
You can package these cookies in clear cellophane bags. This will allow you to add them to Easter baskets or give them as gifts. They are also great to sell at a bake sale or craft show.
Watch the video to see how you can make these quick and easy Oreo Bunny Butts...
See all of my Easter recipes, here.
Turn white chocolate-dipped OREO Cookies into adorable bunny butt cookies. They are perfect treats to add to your Easter baskets or Easter dessert table.
- 18 ounces bright white candy melts
- 12 MEGA Stuff OREO Cookies
- ½ cup white jimmies
- 12 candy bunny tails
- 24 candy bunny feet
Pour the bright white candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl.
Heat the white chocolate wafers in the microwave on high power for 30 seconds.
Remove the bowl and stir the wafers.
Repeat this process of heating and stirring until the white chocolate is melted.
Pour some of the melted white chocolate into a tall glass or coffee mug.
If using paper straws, flatten about 1 inch on one end of each straw.
Dip the flattened end of a straw or a lollipop stick into the white chocolate and insert it into a MEGA Stuff OREO Cookie.
Let the white chocolate harden for about 5 minutes.
Then, holding onto the straw, dip the OREO Cookie into the melted white chocolate.
Lift the cookie out of the chocolate and allow the excess to drip off.
Set the cookie on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet.
Immediately add two candy feet and one candy tail and sprinkle the white jimmies over the top.
Repeat until all 12 bunny butt cookies are decorated.
Chill in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes just until the white chocolate hardens.
Extra White Chocolate
You will have extra white chocolate but you need it all so you have enough to easily dip your cookies. You can spread it out onto a parchment paper-lined baking sheet, chill to harden and use it for another project. Or, sprinkle in OREO Cookie pieces, stir, spread, and chill. Break it into pieces and enjoy some Cookies and Cream Bark.
Store these bunny butt cookie pops in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 6 weeks.
Will you make these OREO Bunny Butt Pops for Easter? Let me know in the comments below.