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Ice Cream with Chocolate Easter Bunny Ears

  • Prep 30 min
  • Total 45 min
  • Ingredients 5
  • Servings 4

Ingredients

1
cup of dark or milk chocolate, chopped
Vanilla ice cream
Peach ice cream
Chocolate eggs
Decorating gel (pink and green)

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

If you don't want to use ice cream, use this recipe with cupcakes or vanilla pudding.

Easter is one of my favorite times of year because it offers a multitude of possibilities to prepare things for the kids, like sweet and savory treats or fun crafts. My kids loved searching for hidden eggs in the garden on Easter Sunday. It was an adventure for them to rummage through the plants and look in the most unexpected places, but the excitement came in finding their first surprise, followed by the traditional Easter pastries. I almost always make cupcakes or symbolic cookies. I also make decorative egg shaped chocolates or the traditional and colorful Easter bunny. Now I have a new decoration for your pastries. It's made with melted chocolate and a pastry sleeve with a very small tip, but to be honest, I've used plastic freeze bags with a tiny hole at the tip and was able to make the bunny ears with this chocolate. I decorate scoops of ice cream with this so it looks like a hiding bunny. I also decorate the dish with a few eggs, lines of chocolate and a bit of decorative gel. This is a fun and super easy Easter pastry. I only have one warning: move the bunny ears very carefully because they break easily and only remove them from the fridge when you’re ready to serve them, for they will melt in a few minutes.

Directions

  • 1 Draw the face of a bunny on a piece of paper: round face and long pointy ears. Put a sheet of parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat on top of the paper.
  • 2 Melt the chocolate using the double boil method until it has a smooth consistency. Cool a little and pour into the pastry sleeve with a very small opening at the tip. You can use a freezer bag. Cut the tip with scissors so that the opening at the tip is so small only a thin thread of chocolate comes out.
  • 3 Trace the drawing until the border of the face is well defined. Fill the ears. Refrigerate until they're completely solid. You'll need 4 sets of ears.
  • 4 Place a scoop of vanilla and peach ice cream on a dish. Decorate the dish with lines of chocolate, get colors and a few chocolate filled Easter eggs.
  • 5 Place the ears behind the ice cream so it looks like the bunny is hiding behind the ice cream and serve immediately.

Easter is one of my favorite times of year because it offers a multitude of possibilities to prepare things for the kids, like sweet and savory treats or fun crafts. My kids loved searching for hidden eggs in the garden on Easter Sunday. It was an adventure for them to rummage through the plants and look in the most unexpected places, but the excitement came in finding their first surprise, followed by the traditional Easter pastries. I almost always make cupcakes or symbolic cookies. I also make decorative egg shaped chocolates or the traditional and colorful Easter bunny. Now I have a new decoration for your pastries. It's made with melted chocolate and a pastry sleeve with a very small tip, but to be honest, I've used plastic freeze bags with a tiny hole at the tip and was able to make the bunny ears with this chocolate. I decorate scoops of ice cream with this so it looks like a hiding bunny. I also decorate the dish with a few eggs, lines of chocolate and a bit of decorative gel. This is a fun and super easy Easter pastry. I only have one warning: move the bunny ears very carefully because they break easily and only remove them from the fridge when you’re ready to serve them, for they will melt in a few minutes.

Rate and Comment

Morena Cuadra Morena Cuadra
September 28, 2015

Easter is one of my favorite times of year because it offers a multitude of possibilities to prepare things for the kids, like sweet and savory treats or fun crafts. My kids loved searching for hidden eggs in the garden on Easter Sunday. It was an adventure for them to rummage through the plants and look in the most unexpected places, but the excitement came in finding their first surprise, followed by the traditional Easter pastries. I almost always make cupcakes or symbolic cookies. I also make decorative egg shaped chocolates or the traditional and colorful Easter bunny. Now I have a new decoration for your pastries. It's made with melted chocolate and a pastry sleeve with a very small tip, but to be honest, I've used plastic freeze bags with a tiny hole at the tip and was able to make the bunny ears with this chocolate. I decorate scoops of ice cream with this so it looks like a hiding bunny. I also decorate the dish with a few eggs, lines of chocolate and a bit of decorative gel. This is a fun and super easy Easter pastry. I only have one warning: move the bunny ears very carefully because they break easily and only remove them from the fridge when you’re ready to serve them, for they will melt in a few minutes.