Easter is around the corner! My grandchildren will be visiting, and I wanted to celebrate Easter Sunday with a fun breakfast. I decided to search out Easter Bunny breakfast ideas and thought I would share my roundup.
I’m not the most artistic person, so I searched for ideas that I could create without too much of a struggle. Here’s what I found:
1. Pancake Bunny 1 – First, I found this adorable little guy at Crafty Morning. Simple to make, 3 pancakes of various sizes and a little whipped cream.
2. Pancake Bunny 2 – Found this bunny on I Heart Publix. Number 2 and Number 8 are the same bunny, except different ingredients were used. Be creative, use what your family will eat.
3. Pancake Bunny 3 – Next, I found this bunny on Fun Kitchen and My Three Sons. This is a crafty blogger who loves to bake. If baking is your thing, you should connect with her.
4. Peeping Chicks – Found this chick on Fun Kitchen and My Three Sons. My grandchildren love scrambled eggs, so this is perfect. You will need kitchen shears to shape the pancakes.
5. Pancake Bunny 4 – In addition to the other great ideas, I found this bunny on Taste of Home. I love this bunny. It’s at the top of my list to make during the Easter holiday minus the coconut. Don’t think I can get the grandchildren to eat it.
6. Bunny Bread – Also, I found this idea on Sweet and Salty. Adorable, but you will have to translate the blog to English or create your own vision. The bunny was so cute, I just had to share.
7. Flower Pot Pancakes – Amazingly, I found this adorable flowerpot and flowers on Jim’s Pancakes. This site is amazing. The blogger specializes in kid’s pancake ideas. Amazingly, there’s turtles, crabs, pancakes shaped like bacon and eggs and the list goes on. So, be sure to check out this blog for creative ideas.
8. Pancake Bunny 5 – So, this is the same bunny as number 2. However, the ingredients have been changed.
9. Bunny Biscuits – My grandson loves biscuits for breakfast. I found the image on Pinterest, but I’m unable to locate it now to give you the URL to the site. However, it uses refrigerated biscuits, half of a cherry, raisins, and slivered almonds.
Also, use a whole biscuit for the head and another cut in half for the ears. I’m going to just use raisins with the slivered almonds, I think chocolate chips will work too. Bake according to the directions.
Finally, I hope you enjoyed my kids Easter breakfast ideas. We hope you found an Easter breakfast idea that has inspired you. Additionally, my grandchildren love fun breakfast treats, and I love making them smile. Dishes like this create wonderful memories.