Easter Bunny Biscuits

Easter Bunny Biscuits

Easter Bunny Biscuits
Easter Bunny Biscuits

"Want to make some easy biscuits recipes for your Easter brunch? You should try these Easter Bunny Biscuits. This fun Easter biscuit recipe is simple enough that you can make up a batch with the kids or grandkids. Since they take no time at all since they’re made with refrigerated biscuit dough from the store, you can make some up after the Easter egg hunt. You can make these homemade bunny treats for breakfast or brunch. But I bet they'll go great with Easter Ham for dinner, too. These biscuit bunnies make a great snack all year long, too."

NotesUse kitchen scissors to easily cut biscuit dough.

Makes5 biscuits

Preparation Time30 min

Cooking Time10 min


  • 1 (10-biscuit) can
  • 10 raisins
  • 5 maraschino cherry halves
  • 20 slivered almonds
  1. Preheat oven to 450º F. Place five biscuits on 15 x 10 x 1-inch nonstick baking pan.

  2. To assemble bunny biscuits: Cut remaining 5 biscuits in half, pull a little to form ears. Press 2 biscuit halves (ears) under top of each whole biscuit to form bunny head.

  3. In each whole biscuit, press in two raisins for eyes, cherry half for nose, two slivered almonds on each side of cherry half for whiskers. Bake 10 minutes, or until biscuits are done. Serve immediately.

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When my children were small I used to make these on Easter morning. I dipped the biscuit dough in melted margarine then roll them in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar before assembling. They taste more like cinnamon rolls rather than plain biscuits. Even the adults loved them. I had to buy two packages of the dough for our family. They are very cute. If have my grandchild over for Easter I'll have to make some for her.


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