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Hard-Boiled Bunny Eggs

These hard-boiled bunny eggs are super cute and easy to make too. They'll be a sure hit with kids of all ages, so gather 'round, and let's hop to it!
Cook Time12 mins
Additional Time30 mins
Total Time42 mins
Course: Easter Recipes
Cuisine: breakfast
Keyword: bunny Easter eggs, bunny eggs, Easter eggs, hard-boiled bunny eggs
Servings: 12
Calories: 85kcal
Author: Renee - Kudos Kitchen


  • 12 hard boiled eggs cooked and cooled
  • 1 piece of white lightweight card stock
  • 2 markers pink and black (food safe is best)
  • scissors
  • white craft glue


  • Draw out 24 bunny ear shapes on the card stock, making sure to add fold tabs to the bottom of each ear.
  • Use the scissors to cut out each ear, including the fold tab. *Note - this is easiest to do if you trim the card stock to a smaller size.
  • On the opposite side of where you drew your ear shapes, use the pink marker to color in the inside of the bunny's ear. Do this for all 24 ears.
  • Fold the tab on the ears backward from where you colored in with the pink marker.
  • Place a tiny dab of white glue on the bottom of the ear tab.
  • Press each ear firmly in place on the top of the pointy end of each bunny egg. Continue the same process with all the eggs until each one has two ears.
  • Using the pink marker, draw a tiny upside-down triangle for the nose of the bunny.
  • Use the black marker to draw on the mouth, whiskers, and eyes.
  • If you plan on displaying your bunny eggs in the carton, they came in, add about 1 tablespoon of rice into the back compartments, so they're lifted up a bit higher than the bunny eggs in the front row. *Note - you can also use this method to display the bunny eggs in another style of holder to keep them standing straight.


Serving: 1egg | Calories: 85kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 7g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 187mg | Sodium: 91mg | Sugar: 1g