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Bunny Cars

Photo: Kate Sears; Styling: Elizabeth Blake
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Bunny Cars will bring smiles to your Easter guests—young and old. These edible treats serve as decoration and dessert.

Ingredients

  • WHAT YOU NEED
  • Necco wafers
  • Black edible marker
  • White Fudge-Covered Oreos (4 for each car)
  • Twinkies
  • Pink bunny Peeps

How to Make It

  1. On a clean serving platter or cutting board, place rows of Necco wafers to look like a road.

  2. Use edible markers to draw wagon-wheel designs on one side of each White Fudge-Covered Oreo.

  3. Using a paring knife, carve a small hole, about the same size as the bottom of a Peep, into one end of a Twinkie. Do not go all the way through. Place a Peep in the hole.

  4. Cut skewers so they're slightly wider than a Twinkie. Using a skewer tip, drill a small hole in the center of 4 cookies on the non-marked sides. Place skewers in holes to form 2 axles with wheels. Place a Twinkie on top. Add a flag in the back, if desired. Repeat with remaining cookies, Twinkies and Peeps.