{Recipe} Bunny Tail Treats!

How to make CUTE Easter Bunny Tail Treats!

Hippity Hop! Easter is on its way! I have had this little idea in my head for awhile but just found time to play in the kitchen! This recipe is super easy too so you can have the kids help you in the kitchen (especially rolling the balls and coconut). I placed my “bunny tail treats” in cute pink and white polka dot treat boxes. They would also be super cute placed on a cake stand at an Easter Party! However you serve and display them they’re cute and oh so tasty.

How to make little Easter Bunny Tail BitesThis really is the cutest and simplest recipe! Hope you love it for Easter!

How to make CUTE Easter Bunny Tail Treats!

Easter Bunny Tail Truffles

Servings 36 1" treats


  • 1 8- ounce package cream cheese softened
  • 4-5 cups powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract you can substitute this for coconut if you want a stronger coconut flavor
  • 2-3 cups sweetened coconut


  • Be sure cream cheese is softened (can microwave for 10-15 seconds to help).
  • Use an electric mixer with paddle attachment to beat cream cheese until fluffy.
  • Add powdered sugar 1 cup at a time until mixture is a thick dough. If dough is able to hold shape in a 1-inch ball, then you're good to go! If it's too sticky, then add more powdered sugar.
  • Roll balls in coconut. If you have trouble with it sticking, just press it in a bit or use a little bit of corn syrup.
  • Enjoy!
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  3. Such a cute idea with the bunny! I have made a few bunny crafts that I’ve hung up with colorful ribbon

  4. So adorable! Wondering if coconut rum added to the mix would work. My family loves rum balls and this would be a great twist. I am guessing I may need to add crushed vanilla wafers to have the rum soak into. Hummmm I have to play with this one and keep it away from the kids!

    1. Hey Donna, I was just reading your comment and would love to know what you came up with.

  5. I can’t wait to try these for Easter this year! I’m just wondering how many you get in one batch? You mentioned they were very sweet, could you use unsweetened coconut to cut it down a bit?

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