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Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait

  Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait

 Check out this recipe for Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait. It’s a really fun recipe to make with the kiddos and comes out tasting so yummy! Both kids and adults love this bunny bait.  Whip up a batch and watch it disappear before your eyes. Everyone will love munching away. 

 

 

 

Every year around this time I try to think up something new and fun for the whole family to make together.

This year it’s Funfetti Bunny Bait.

What’s not to love about this sweet and salty treat? I can’t think of any. It’s the best of sweet and salty in one bite. 

Crunchy salty popcorn with crispy pretzels, then melted white chocolate and M&M candies.

On top of this being fun to make a so yummy, it looks so pretty.

Makes a lovey edible gift idea too.

Wrap some up and give to the people you love. They will love it and you. 

Happy Easter!

 

Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait

 

 

 

What Goes Into Making Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait?

 

 

Here Are The Fun And Yummy Ingredients:

  •  popped microwave popcorn, not buttered
  •  white melting chocolate such as Ghirardelli, Wilton, or Almond Bark  (Wilton and Almond Bark found at craft stores and Walmart or Amazon. Ghirardelli found at some grocery stores or on Amazon. Highlighted found on Amazon. White chocolate chips will not work for this recipe)
  •  any light color melting chocolate (I used pink by Wilton or use all white) 
  •  crunched up pretzel snaps or sticks
  •  Easter M&M candies or any pastel colors
  •  funfetti pastel sprinkles or nonpareils 
  • full printable recipe with amounts below in recipe box

 

 

 

Setting up in the pan until we are ready to break up and munch on!

 

Ready to break up and eat!

 

How Is This Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait Made?

 

 

 

Here Are The Fun And Easy Directions:

  1. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside
  2. Pop popcorn as per package in the microwave, measure 7 to 8 cups and place in a large mixing bowl making sure you take out any unpopped kernels. Add in pretzels and toss.
  3. Melt candy melts together in the microwave for 25 second increments. Stir between each heating. When completely melted pour over popcorn. Toss gently to coat all the popcorn.
  4. Pour onto prepared baking sheet. Quickly toss on M&Ms and sprinkles. Gently press into the popcorn. Let set up on the counter for about 1 1/2 hours. Break up into large and small clusters.  Now, go ahead and dig in!

 

Enjoy the sweet and salty deliciousness!

 

Here’s a few more fun and yummy Easter Treats to enjoy…

Easter Egg Krispies Treats

Easter Hugs Pretzel Snaps

Bunny Peeps Race Cars

 

 

Print recipe below

Funfetti Easter Bunny Bait

For a fun and yummy treat on Easter, this bunny bait is just perfect. Whip up a batch and watch it disappear before your eyes. Everyone loves it. Enjoy!
Course Dessert, Easter Desserts, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword Bunny Bait, Easter, Easter Desserts, Easter Sweets, Popcoarn, sweet and salty
Author Pam

Ingredients

  • 7-8 cups popped microwave popcorn, not buttered
  • 1 1/4 cups white melting chocolate such as Wilton or Almond Bark
  • 1/2 cup any light color melting chocolate (I used pink or use all white) such as Wilton or Almond Bark
  • 3/4 cup crunched up pretzel snaps or sticks
  • 1 1/2 cups Easter M&M candies or any pastel colors1
  • 1/2-3/4 cup funfetti pastel sprinkles

Instructions

  1. 1.Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside

    2.Pop popcorn as per package in the microwave, measure 7 to 8 cups and place in a large mixing bowl making sure you take out any unpopped kernels. Add in pretzels and toss.

    3.Melt candy melts together in the microwave for 25 second increments. Stir between each heating. When completely melted pour over popcorn. Toss gently to coat all the popcorn.

    4.Pour onto prepared baking sheet. Quickly toss on M&Ms and sprinkles. Gently press into the popcorn. Let set up on the counter for about 1 1/2 hours. Break up into large and small clusters. Now, go ahead and ENJOY! 

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