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Make Marshmallow Easter Egg Bunnies

Today’s recipe is fun DIY that is very easy to do with the kids - How-to make Marshmallow Easter Egg Bunnies with Cadbury Fluffies.  All you need are Cadbury Fluffies, a Cadbury Dairy Milk Slab, sprinkles, white fondant, some icing sugar and toothpicks.
Course Dessert, Snack
Keyword Bunny, Cadbury, Chocolate, DIY, Easter, Marshmallow Easter Eggs
Author Cat Barker


  • 2 150g Cadbury Dairy Milk slabs
  • 6 Cadbury Fluffies (Marshmallow Eggs) frozen for at least an hour
  • 100 g Modelling Paste / Fondant available at baking shops
  • 6 toothpicks
  • sprinkles any type you have
  • 50g icing sugar


  • Freeze your Cadbury Fluffies overnight.
  • To make the bunny ears, use modelling paste/fondant to shape a cylinder shape and then pinch the ends to make the tip of the ear and make an indent in the middle of the ear to get the shape. Insert a toothpick into the ear while the fondant is soft. Leave to dry overnight
  • The next morning, make a thick paste of icing sugar and a few drops of water. Carefully fill the bunnies inner ear with this paste and sprinkle the sprinkles. 😜 Let dry.
  • For the final step, break up your Cadbury slabs of chocolate. Add to a glass bowl and microwave for 30 seconds, then stir, repeating until the chocolate is melted.
  • Remove your frozen fluffies from their packaging, place them over a cooling rack, with a roasting pan underneath to catch the dripping chocolate.
  • Gently pour the melted chocolate over the frozen fluffies coating well. Dont worry about the flat underside of the Fluffy.
  • Cool at room temp for 15 minutes. Now insert your ears that you made earlier by gently pushing the other end of the toothpick into the top of the egg,
  • Freeze the eggs for 30 minutes to set fast and then eat.


Eggs can keep at room temperature but ideally should be kept in fridge