Funny Bunny Nutter Butter Cookie Pops

Normally when I look at Sue’s blog I sit back and think “Man, why can’t I do that?!”  She is amazing and so talented when it comes to baking and decorating the cutest cookies ever.  Then I saw this post and thought “holy smokes, I can do that!”  I was so excited!  I’m always looking for fun treats to make for my kids (and some of my co-workers.)  These were perfect.

Funny Bunny Nutter Butter Cookie Pops 
* Nutter Butter Cookies
* Vanilla bark
* Popsicle sticks
* pink M&Ms
* black food marker
Melt the vanilla bark following the directions on the package.  (I cut it up into small pieces and microwave it in 30 second bursts, stirring after each one, until it’s smooth.)
Open the Nutter Butter cookies and place a blob of the white chocolate on the end of a Popsicle stick.  Place it on the inside of the cookie and place the other cookie on top to close.  Let the chocolate cool.  (This keeps the stick from falling out.)


Holding onto the Popsicle stick, dip the cookie into the melted chocolate.  Tap off any excess.  Add a pink M&M for the nose.  You can place the sticks at this point in a styrofoam block.  I just layed them on a piece of waxed paper to harden.


When the chocolate is hard, use your black food marker and draw on a cute bunny mouth.  Mine aren’t as cute as Sue’s but my kids loved them!


You can add a bow with a glue dot or a small dab of melted chocolate or tie a ribbon around the stick.
Aren’t the adorable?!



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  1. Erin, your cookies turned out so cute and I see the kids loved them!

  2. How cute! I will be making these for sure, I have to bring cookies to my little ones Easter party and I think these would be perfect for 4 year olds 🙂

  3. Erin, You are too hard on yourself! Your cookies turned out perfectly DARLING, and I love the pink m&m noses:). Looks like your kids are having so much fun with them. Thanks so much for sharing your cookies with me, and for your kind words!

  4. yes, yes, yes, I’m doing them this weekend and then getting them in the mail to grandkids. They are so cute.

  5. These are super creative. I need to check out that blog too. Your kids look like they are having a ball. Thanks for linking them up to Friday food frenzy this week. have a great weekend.

  6. Hi Erin,
    Your Pop’s and you little ones are just adorable! Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  7. So much fun!! Super cute!

  8. These are so cute and funny!

    Thank you for sharing this at Cook, Craft, Create! at The Purple Pumpkin Blog.

    Look forward to seeing what you link up next!

    Happy Wednesday 😀
    Michelle xx

  9. I am one of those people who think “man, why didn’t I think of that” also! These are too stinking cute and I can tell the kids really loved them!

    Thanks for linking up to the In and Out of the Kitchen party! See you next week!

    Cynthia at

  10. These are so cute!! I love them! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!