When I learned how to make Easter bunny poop, I enjoyed giving it to the kids for Easter each year in their baskets.  Of course, it isn’t REAL Easter bunny poop. No one would want that in their Easter basket.  Easter bunny poop is actually candy with a cute rhyme attached to the bag. If your child is young enough, you can really convince them that the candy is Easter bunny poop.  At least it is fun to try.

How to make Easter bunny poop

How to Make Easter Bunny Poop

You can vary the contents of the Easter bunny poop bags depending on the age of the child and their food sensitivities. If you have a young child, you may want to skip the candy and instead use something like raisins.  If you allow candy, you can use dark chocolate chips, chocolate covered raisins or jelly beans.  You can use Whoppers as well but those are not gluten free so be careful if you have a child with allergies.

Materials required:

How to make bunny poop

Directions for Easter Bunny Poop Bags

  • Print out the printable Easter bunny poop header being sure to resize it to the appropriate size to fit your plastic bag.
  • Cut out the headers and fold them in half.
  • Fill each plastic bag with raisins or candy of your choice.
  • Seal the bag.
  • Top each bag with the printable Easter bunny poop header that has been folded in half.
  • Staple with one or two staples depending on the size of your bag.

Place them in your child’s Easter basket or leave one at the table on Easter morning.  Explain that this is Easter bunny poop that the bunny left for them and see if they believe it.

Have you ever made Easter Bunny Poop?

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April 17, 2014

How to Make Easter Bunny Poop

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  1. Jamie

    April 17th, 2014 at 5:12 pm

    Oh now that is priceless – I am laughing so hard right now it hurts!! Love it!! Pinned & tweeted and might be using this idea this weekend!! ha/ha

  2. Ellen Christian

    April 17th, 2014 at 7:15 pm

    Thanks, Jamie! It’s always been popular here!

  3. Dawn Pruitt

    April 17th, 2014 at 10:29 pm

    Very cute! My kids will love this!

  4. Ellen Christian

    April 18th, 2014 at 7:51 am

    Thanks, Dawn. It’s a fun Easter craft.

  5. Mag@GirlyCreation

    April 24th, 2014 at 2:26 am

    This is so funny, can’t help laughing.

  6. Ellen Christian

    April 24th, 2014 at 6:51 am

    I’m glad you liked it!