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Easy Bunny Cupcakes in a Jar

Easy Bunny Cupcakes in a Jar

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Easy Bunny Cupcakes in a Jar!  Such a cute Easter treat!

It’s the last day of Bunny Week!   I don’t think I’m done with bunnies quite yet though… I have some more ideas stirring around in my head, but I’m not sure if I’ll actually get around to making them! 😉

These Easy  Bunny Cupcakes {in a Jar} are fun to make!   It’s hard to believe that I have never posted anything about cupcakes in a jar!  It’s one of my favorite methods for cupcakes because the cupcakes stay moist so much longer than with the liners.  Plus you can just screw the lid on when they are not in use!  I wanted to top them with an easy decoration and had this idea to just use mini chocolate bunnies (made by Lindt)!  Aren’t they adorable?  Chocolate bunnies are very iconic of Easter candy to me.  You can have the peeps, the jelly beans etc… but I’ll take the chocolate over those any day!  😉 Easy Bunny Cupcakes in a Jar!  Such a cute Easter treat!

For the cake I used a white cake mix, but I used whole eggs instead of egg whites (I like the creamy yellow color).  I put the batter in 4 oz. Mason  jars about 2/3 of the way up, place them on a cookie sheet and baked them as usual.  I then topped them with some store bought icing (Pilsbury Spring) and the sprinkles that came with the icing!  So EASY!   They would make a nice addition to any Easter celebration!  Enjoy!

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Nadine

Friday 26th of March 2021

Are you sure I can bake using mason jelly jars?

melinda

Monday 30th of March 2015

how many does this make?

Rachel Rockwell

Tuesday 31st of March 2015

It makes around 12

Stacey

Thursday 4th of December 2014

Are you able to use baby food jars? I have tons of them.

CTY

Saturday 19th of April 2014

Well I just found this post via I Wash, You Dry and decided to make them for tomorrow (Easter). I filled the little jars just under 1/2 way because I wanted to be able to have space for topping with a cherry filling before icing, but they rose way to high (overflowed quite a bit). I'm not sure if I just had an incredible batter or what. I was really glad they were placed on a cookie sheet otherwise I'd be scrubbing the oven tonight so it was ready for tomorrow's ham. Next time I think I'll make them in 8 oz jars so there is plenty of room for filling (or a scoop of ice cream). I like that the "quilted" jars give the look of baskets. I'll be using some licorice for a basket handle. Thanks for the awesome idea!

Um doce de Páscoa | Let's Party Blog

Monday 14th of April 2014

[…] Os coelhinhos também podem marcar presença de um jeito super fácil: é só usar e abusar dos mini coelhinhos de chocolate Lindt para decorar suas sobremesas de Páscoa. Alguém duvida que vai ficar lindo e delicioso? (fonte) […]

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