Easter is less than a week away! Easter goodies are everywhere at the stores and the kids see them and want them. BUT you don't have to buy all that sugary stuff when you can make your own treats at home for little time. It's easy with only a few ingredients and less than 10 minutes of your time.
No baking required makes these the best Easter treat ever!
You can find these little bunny molds at Walmart or online. Or use another mold of choice. This recipe makes a dozen little bunny heads. Aren't they the cutest thing?!
Once hardened place them in little mini muffin cups or on a plate. They will not melt at room temperature but will soften some. You could also place them right inside Easter eggs for your kiddies to find!
So pretty right? And to me they taste better than white chocolate any day which is saying something!
Other Easter Desserts you might like:
- Mini Citrus CheeseCake Bites
- No Bake Chocolate Coconut Balls
- Naturally Sweetened Dark Chocolate Truffles
- Chocolate Covered Strawberries
- Flourless Fudgey Brownies
- Crock Pot Peppermint Fudge
*IF you'd like to make these into a Chocolate Bunny check this recipe!
No Bake Coconut Butter Easter Bunnies: [NO Sugar Added, Dairy & Gluten Free]
- 1 cup softened coconut butter
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon vanilla liquid stevia
- In a microwaveable bowl melt coconut butter with coconut oil.
- Stir in vanilla extract and stevia.
- Pour into silicone bunny molds.
- Refrigerate or freeze until hardened about 30 minutes to an hour.
- Store at room temperature or freeze or refrigerate until ready to serve.
I think I did something wrong. The coconut butter melted nicely. When I added the stevia drops it seized up. Any ideas? Mixture is tasty though.
Was your stevia in the fridge?
I was hoping to use this recipe in an article we are doing on Healthy Easter Snacks. Would it be possible to use one of your images in the article? We would then cite you as the source and link to your site for the instructions and ingredients.
Yes thank you!
Many thanks, I will send you details of the article by email.
I'm so grateful for this recipe. My grandson is not only allergic to all dairy products but also allergic to peanuts and chocolate products. To make matters worse for him, he was born micro-preemie and one of his kidney's did not mature so he just had it removed a few weeks ago and is still recovering. He is going to turn 5 next month and now he cannot have sodium added to anything and has to watch fat content since he only has one working kidney now. With Easter here tomorrow it's been a hard blow for a toddler to deal with and I wanted to help make this Easter a lot more enjoyable for him since he spent the last month in intensive care in a children's hospital. I am so thankful for finding this recipe. Thank you for sharing it.
I'm so happy, what an amazing story of your little grand son! I hope he likes them!
Hi! I love these sorts of recipes where the kids can still eat a treat but avoid the sugar and other less-than-healthy ingredients of conventional candies. Thank you!
One question. I have seen homemade white chocolate recipes similar to this but they call for cocoa butter, not coconut butter since the base for both chocolate and white chocolate is cocoa butter. Do these actually taste like white chocolate without cocoa butter?
I've never tried cocoa butter in a recipe yet so I can't compare the too. I love the way these came out.
Dawn @ PricklyMom
I'm so happy you shared this recipe! My 5-yo LOVES white chocolate, but I hate giving it to him because it makes him so nutty. This is going right to the top of my to-make list.
I just came across your website the other day while searching for some sugar-free recipes that my kids will enjoy as well as myself and my husband (when he gets home from Afghanistan that is, I plan to WOW him with all of these new yummy recipes I have been practicing while he is away:)..anyway, I have a question about coconut oil and coconut butter (may seem like a silly question), but does it actually make your food have a coconut flavor? I have read over and over of the health benefits, but have hesitated to spend that much money on a new ingredient that I might not even like because I do not enjoy the flavor of coconut at all:( God bless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I don't notice a coconut flavor since the vanilla extract masks it pretty well.
Thank you! Happy Easter!